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    My pick, FIVE, sure was a stinker in 2019.
    Math doesn't lie, but people do.

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    Mine, CTL, ditto. I was prematurely counting on 5G. OOPS!

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    Same here for NIO. I was counting on them being a viable business. 😉

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    Note that the leader, by a substantial margin, is not even a member of the group.

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    I guess the lesson for Antioch (and perhaps most of us here) is to listen you his Dad, rather than the group he hangs out with here.

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    and my weed play continues to crash to the bottom too! (Great product but lousy stock pick.)

    I hope everyone had a great year (with their quality of life as well as portfolio).
    While 2020 sounds a bit science fiction futuristic to me I am excited to see what the future brings!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWolf View Post
    Same here for NIO. I was counting on them being a viable business. 

    NIO is up 85% today as of about 2PM in the East.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    NIO is up 85% today as of about 2PM in the East.
    At this rate, I might just finish the year only 50% down. Where is the world am I going to find a stock that good in 2020? 😳

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWolf View Post
    At this rate, I might just finish the year only 50% down. Where is the world am I going to find a stock that good in 2020? 

    How about sticking with NIO? I don't know about their execution, but the idea is good. Selling electric cars in a country where people walk downtown streets wearing surgical masks because of the pollution?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    How about sticking with NIO? I don't know about their execution, but the idea is good. Selling electric cars in a country where people walk downtown streets wearing surgical masks because of the pollution?
    Oooh, you just gave me an idea! Maybe I can find a Chinese surgical mask manufacturer. Do you think they put lead and Strychnine in their surgical masks like they do their dog food and diapers?

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