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re: Brand New Bear Market Starts Today - whitefoot
[quote]Bullshat. Husss makes this a market. We have people thinking it is going up and people thinking it is going down down. I want to hear what everyone is thinking. [/quote] You found something particular useful about his post? He's calling the end of the bull market because of how things tra...
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re: Brian Thomas Jr 4 SEC team battle - whitefoot
Sorry, I thought this was the Brian Thomas Jr thread [img]https://i.imgur.com/VsX07cZ.gif[/img]...
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re: AT - Small Cap Discussion Thread ( NEW. ) - whitefoot
[quote]What is the target price of VDRM[/quote] Are you really asking for a price target on a 2 cent stock?...
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re: Thoughts on the ARK* (ARKG, ARKF, ARKK, ARKW, ARKQ) family of ETFs? - whitefoot
[quote]Like tsnp, they do flooring and blockchain[/quote] :lol:...
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re: When will Tsnp crash?? - whitefoot
[quote]Well hopefully everyone makes a fortune and gets rich before it falls off. I played the momentum for awhile and recently bailed. Reality is, nothing makes sense. A $8 billion company does not reverse into a stale OTC with 4.5 billion shares outstanding, then turns and issues half a billion...
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re: TSNP is turning me on - whitefoot
I think the point you're missing is that HUMBL just took over Tesoro for the purpose of going public. This was not really a spac merger. https://microcapdaily.com/humbl-payments-the-tesoro-enterprises-inc-otcmkts-tsnp-reverse-merger/128778 They didn't leave any money on the table. ...
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re: TSNP is turning me on - whitefoot
[quote]If you’re worth $6.5B as a company, you don’t go public via a penny stock merger,[/quote] Where are you getting that HUMBL had a $6.5 billion valuation when they merged with Tesoro? They were basically an idea, a handful of agreements and a beta app "coming soon". That's right. When they mer...
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re: TSNP is turning me on - whitefoot
[quote]My first buy was .2, the remainder drew me up to .4, but damn I dont really know how to do this. My conservative self wants to cash it out and add to my mutual fund balances.....but I am riding with you nuts[/quote] Full disclosure, AT picks are a tiny portion of overall investment portfolio...
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re: TSNP is turning me on - whitefoot
[quote]Etrade won’t let me buy either[/quote] I'm on E-Trade. They definitely let's you buy TSNP. As others have said, limit order somewhere above the ask price. It's possible it's a funding issue, though. You have enough money available for withdrawal to fund the order? It's possible they don't le...
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re: TSNP is turning me on - whitefoot
[quote]I jumped in at 0.75[/quote] .1698 here AT is so :pimp:...
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re: Ancient Tiger - Words of Wisdom - whitefoot
[quote]Thats not what he asked[/quote] That's because the answer is zero. These damn fools are determined to make this board unreadable. Gumming up every thread that AT is in with childish bull shite. This ain't the OT fellas. Be cordial or GTFO. Meanwhile, I'm up over 600% in a couple of week...
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re: LSU makes top 7 for 2022 OT. - whitefoot
[quote]Can LSU carry the 3 remaining spots into next years signing class?[/quote] We can, but won't, I'd bet. Orgeron hasn't saved a single spot for the following year since he's been HC. It's like he's got a compulsion to use them all every year. ...
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re: Paging AT - broker recommendation for OTC stocks - whitefoot
I haven't had any issues buying AT recommendations on E-Trade...
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re: Cole Lourd 3 star QB 2021 - whitefoot
[quote]Probably wants to give the appearance of a real signee. No reason to ruin his moment.[/quote] Alabama does every year, which is why 247 always has walk ons as actual signees and their numbers look so inflated. ...
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re: '22 LA 4* OT Will Campbell commits to LSU!!! - whitefoot
So, can someone go back through this thread and tell me who lost the pissing match about who knew Will's family better? ...
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re: Early Enrollees - whitefoot
You don't even have to check for icons. 247 has the class broken out into enrolleees, signees and commits. https://247sports.com/college/lsu/Season/2021-Football/Commits/...
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re: GME seems to be rebounding a bit.... - whitefoot
[quote]y'all are just bound and determined to make this board unreadable. there's like 8 GME threads on the first page already [/quote] Seriously. I keep coming to this board like... [img]https://thumbs.gfycat.com/ConcernedUnhappyKagu-max-14mb.gif[/img]...
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re: LB coach has been hired - whitefoot
[quote]He was actually let go in January[/quote] Dude...:casty:...
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re: 401k Investment Strategy - Target Date vs Growth - whitefoot
[quote]Seems counterintuitive that target date funds of 30 years out would not be the absolute most aggressive. [/quote] They're the most aggressive for the target fund group, but that group in general is pretty "safe". The idea that funds being safe is kind of absurd, though. It's possible th...
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re: 401k Investment Strategy - Target Date vs Growth - whitefoot
I think your thinking is correct. The target date options seem like they're for people who don't want to do any research or put any thought into their retirement accounts. I was one of these people when I started working 20 years ago and really regret not having everything in growth or index funds...
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