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It's an off-topic section of the forum, so I guess I'm allowed to post things like this.  I'm only trying to help fellow XRP investors to put some extra money in their pockets.  Don't sleep on this one, get in ASAP.  It pops upwards nicely next week, and probably starts running today & tomorrow preceding the run up.

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51 minutes ago, BarryMcHockenue said:

It's an off-topic section of the forum, so I guess I'm allowed to post things like this.  I'm only trying to help fellow XRP investors to put some extra money in their pockets.  Don't sleep on this one, get in ASAP.  It pops upwards nicely next week, and probably starts running today & tomorrow preceding the run up.

Why? What’s the catalyst? Is earnings coming out? Elon Musk is a genius....but TSLA does not turn a profit. 

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2 minutes ago, legomaracas said:

Why? What’s the catalyst? Is earnings coming out? Elon Musk is a genius....but TSLA does not turn a profit. 

They don't currently turn a profit, true, but this is one of those stocks like AMZN that forever didn't turn a profit.  Model 3 production numbers will be announced next week - is the catalyst.

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8 hours ago, NightJanitor said:

Pass.  I bought more WBA.  Amazon's going to kill them, overnight - just like they did with all the grocery stores, after buying WFM. :rolleyes:

 

I'm confused.  Were you being sarcastic?  If you'd have said this morning that you shorted WBA vs. bought more, that would make sense knowing that AMZN was buying PillPack.  Pharm got killed today, as anyone could see was going to happen.  Do you see AMZN being in the market to buy WBA or something?  Granted WBA has a better chance of survival vs. let's say Rite Aid or CVS (both of whom are dead), overall I agree that the Amazon's, etc. will kill them, and yes, virtually overnight.  So did you actually buy more WBA, and if so, why?

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26 minutes ago, RegalChicken said:

I grabbed TSLA for my sons college fund years ago around $150-180. It's been good to us so far. but it's highly volatile and a little speculative. 

Highly speculative & volatile, agreed.  I've owned it for a while as well.  Grabbed up another large chunk last week, knowing they were going to hit their Model 3 production numbers.  Dumped that chunk this morning, giving me a 5% gain in just a few days - not bad.  Will continue to hold my original stake.  I still see $400 - $420 in the near-term, and the demand is crazy, so long-term it might go higher, with the possible worry that eventually the market has to turn bearish as a whole.  Everything that goes up must come down eventually.  But then looking even longer-term (as we do with XRP) things in high demand - things with a good business model - eventually continue to rise in value.

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Lol TSLA bulls. This company hemorrhages money, it’s years behind on self driving tech and its battery tech moat will be eaten before too long. You think Ford, GM and Toyota will have issues making 5000EVs a week?

 

Can Elon Musk borrow enough money to force-build his way into a highly efficient logistical nightmare of a competitive industry, without leaving shareholders holding the bag? Making boutique roadsters is one thing.

 

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11 hours ago, whiteout said:

Lol TSLA bulls. This company hemorrhages money, it’s years behind on self driving tech and its battery tech moat will be eaten before too long. You think Ford, GM and Toyota will have issues making 5000EVs a week?

 

Can Elon Musk borrow enough money to force-build his way into a highly efficient logistical nightmare of a competitive industry, without leaving shareholders holding the bag? Making boutique roadsters is one thing.

 

You're looking at it from the wrong perspective.  IMO, TSLA is more of a tech company vs. a vehicle manufacturer.  Ford, GM, Toyota, etc. will never be classified as tech companies.  Vehicles won't disappear, but tech is the future.  I'd even go so far as to classify TSLA as a software company.  The business model is there, Elon is a genius, and yes he can borrow all the money he wants, particularly since they hit their production numbers and more importantly as the production numbers continue to rise in the future - which they will.  And again, "demand."  Face it, would you rather own a Model 3 or some run-of-the-mill sedan from Chevy or Ford?  Be honest.  The Model T had it's time, and still has collector value, but tech IS the future.  One day, perhaps not in our lifetime, but one day cars will fly (actually fly in the air).  Imagine no traffic.  Who's more likely to come up with this tech, Tesla or Ford???

Plus the companies you mentioned needed bailed out - they couldn't even make it on their own.  Laughable.

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