What happens if it gaps up 10-15% ? There is always risk, IMO buying/scaling in (dollar cost average) will always be king. If you want gamble on some options during an event.
Good Luck The more it goes down the more I own/buy etc. Its a win win
I would rather have that lump sum of cash on hand....then buy up some better assets or pay down debt so once things fire back we have lots of options. Either strategy isn't terrible but in this market cash is king now.
Never thought I would see this above .75 to be honest.... Congrats I missed the boat here. Given all the buying we should have a ton of millionaires on this board!
that windfall will send share prices up 20%+ Plus Carlyle Group has every interest to support TPLM. In fact they have to take on BX and BX is dominating. TPLM is in a sweet spot
no....it really shouldn't....they are only expecting a growth rate of around 5% ......well below market averages. In fact the p/e needs to be near half of the S&P and they will be fully valued.
AXP is a good company just a terrible stock.. Stay away
to his defense....he has to make a call every day/hour. My track record would be terrible too commenting on every stock. HOWEVER.....this analysis of AXP is odd.
AXP is so cheap because we get a swipe fee, then collect interest/annual fee as well. Its more than double dipping. They just need to show costs are being lowered and loan provisions decreasing= 90-100 handle quick
terrible prediction, but I fear that this will not be a swift recovery and will test the will of many. Lock in @ a decent price and keep adding. If it goes bust it goes bust. I highly doubt it based on their biz model/assets
You can't predict intraday prices. A fools game, it could be up 10% and then down 10% on monday. Today is proving Friday meant nothing. Brace for the worst in 1-3 months. Then pick up the pieces.
Lots of bleeding needs to occur unfortunately. Not a V shaped recovery and I suspect we get one more whacking to make everyone give up then the bargains begin.
How do you figure? Actually if you could do any accounting you would realize they will post a massive gain based on estimates so low and Costco expiring in a year. Guidance is key, but basically as long as they don't say they will collapse it will beat by 15 miles.
Think AAPL when they were suppose to go to 0
say a merchant accepted 5k in cash and turns out to be counterfeit? Yeah I would rather take the 3% guarantee and move on to the next.
if you pay your bills it doesn't matter. Your 2% cash back means nothing if you max out your cards every month. Logic.....many have none