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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    Cramer's "stay at home" top ten stocks if one can't/don't want to go out: ZM TDOC RNG MRNA ETSY SQ SHOP NVDA ADBE TTD
    I donít agree with him much, but those are excellent recs in my book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWolf View Post
    I donít agree with him much, but those are excellent recs in my book.

    1/2 of them are up right now (TTD TDOC ZM ETSY NVDA) despite the slide

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    1/2 of them are up right now (TTD TDOC ZM ETSY NVDA) despite the slide
    As of today, I own all if the above except for TDOC, a stock that I love and want back into as soon as I see a buying pattern. I had a double position in TDOC previously. I did a lot of trading this morning, I will post my latest in the Stocks For The Long Term thread.

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    Li'l Lana. After this week I need somebody to dance under MY architecture:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKYYVrrs2oY

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    Can't quite decipher why V and MA are down 15% from their recent highs and AXP 20%.

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    Louetta, MA is a great buy at this point. Too bad I don't have any $$$.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    Another stock I used to flog regularly in my old thread was STOR. This is a Buffett stock (or his lieutenants Todd and Ted). It's a REIT which specializes in strip mall type businesses which are by their nature immune to being internet-ized. Schwab lists restaurants, early childhood education centers, movie theaters, health clubs and I envision barber shops, pool halls, etc. Pays about 3.5% before the Section 199 tax break (thanks to Donald) which is less a payout than it was, as the stock has been rising. Hard to recommend it strongly at this level but it's worth a look.

    Got back into STOR. Down 15% in two weeks, pays 4%+ at this level. Nice looking ascending chart except for the past few weeks.

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    Thought I might take a crack at IEO in the morning, the iShares US oil and gas exploration and production ETF. Assuming it goes down somewhere near the 20% oil is down right now. Of course by morning everything may be back to normal in which case I will forget about oil for another 5 years or so. IEO is down 37% so far this year, distribution is about 3% depending on what price you use and said price changes almost daily. Trust Blackrock stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    Thought I might take a crack at IEO in the morning, the iShares US oil and gas exploration and production ETF. Assuming it goes down somewhere near the 20% oil is down right now. Of course by morning everything may be back to normal in which case I will forget about oil for another 5 years or so. IEO is down 37% so far this year, distribution is about 3% depending on what price you use and said price changes almost daily. Trust Blackrock stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    Thought I might take a crack at IEO in the morning, the iShares US oil and gas exploration and production ETF. Assuming it goes down somewhere near the 20% oil is down right now. Of course by morning everything may be back to normal in which case I will forget about oil for another 5 years or so. IEO is down 37% so far this year, distribution is about 3% depending on what price you use and said price changes almost daily. Trust Blackrock stuff.
    People are saying oil in the low 30s is a "bull trap" which certainly sounds odd. Figure to hold off on IEO till oil gets into the mid 20s. If it does.

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