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  1. #611
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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    Jiesen, I'm quite a ways past 65 now. You know I like UTHR and I've been threatening to buy Jack Dorsey's Block (SQ) for years. This might be the time.

    Yeah, there are lots of tech stocks on sale right now... and Block is solid, too. Next week will be a good time to do more bargain hunting, so I'm going to take a look around and see what else is out there.

  2. #612
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    Sep 2003


    Quote Originally Posted by jiesen View Post
    I'm home sick and bored today, and SNAP happens to have taken a huge dump, so I picked up some SNAP shares here at $10. I've been eyeing this one for awhile, and think it just might be a good time to jump in for a quick 10-20% on this one.

    If you use Snapchat, you know... this company has a very sticky platform, and will be around for awhile.

    I chickened out today, and sold SNAP for 10.2 (still made out with about a 2% profit tho). I am going to put that money into an I-Bond instead, and pocket at least 4.8% interest over the next 6 months on it. That's a safe bet, and SNAP, although tempting, isn't so safe. I still figure it's due for an $11 price sometime soon, but seeing it drop to 9.5 first, with my cash in it made me question my choices there... SNAP is cool, but do I really want my money riding on this new-fangled tech? Why, when I can make a safe return of 9.62% annualized backed by Uncle Sam? Well, now you know why I am a chicken in this market.

  3. #613
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    Sep 2003


    11! See? Now why did I have to chicken out like that....

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