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GME - GameStop

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**tl;dr -** Took out a $50k loan from a LOC and credit card cash advance and yolo'd it into GME call options back in Nov/Dec at $17. Peaked at \~$7.5M (incl. withdrawals), almost $8M if I include my wife's $5k investment. Cashed out some for a house. Diamond handing the rest for future generations. 💎🙌 ​ \--- ​ I'm no DFV, but I created a new throwaway to post my proudest (financial) achievement. I had to wait 2 months for submission requirements, then this keeps getting removed because "A Gain/Loss/YOLO should be a picture of a closed gain, a closed loss, or an open position > $2,500." which I think this clearly qualifies for. Maybe it's because it has to be a picture submission? Let's see if this works. ​ **Background:** I wasn't a trust fund baby, we grew up relatively poor and I was always hungry. I started working in high school to support my family, and worked 3-5 jobs through college, graduating with loads of student debt. While I have a steady job now, there's no way I would be able to grind my way to financial freedom. The system is too broken for that. ​ **At the Beginning:** I read DFV's DD on GME after their last Nov earnings. I told everyone about GME when it was at $17, and at $14, but as many apes here know, it's hard to convince people even when the DD and facts are out in plain sight. I recognized it as a once in a lifetime opportunity, so I dumped the rest of my gambling money (roughly $15k from an original $30k borrowed from a LOC) into GME options. Lost most of it over the next month or so, but then saw this $1.4B company make $1.7B in profit, so I took a $20k credit card cash advance and kept playing. At my lowest, I was down from $50k to $15k, and then the money started raining. ​ **The Rollercoaster:** Like everyone else, I checked the price constantly. Post-market until 8pm, read DD until midnight, and watching the German / pre-market prices a few hours later (Thank you German apes!). I saw the price go up to $480+ and \*knew\* it was going up to $1k. Then the manipulation started. I held on at first, but then even IB restricted purchasing (options). Even though my heart told me to hold, I knew rationally the momentum had been stopped. With a heavy heart, I sold around $330 and told my wife to do the same. Better to accept defeat in battle and to fight another day.Over the next few weeks, we saw the price crash. I bought at $150 in premarket a few days later, and again at $120, $100, $80, $60, $50. Before I knew it, I was (almost) all in again. The price was wrong, and naturally, it shot back up over $300. I had peaked around $2.5M before dipping back down to under $1.5M. At the $340 peak, I saw my account surpass $5M, and felt that was "good enough". I sent the screenshot to my wife, and followed the very wise adage of "Good enough to screenshot, good enough to sell" and cashed out 1/3 of my holdings. I was lucky because within 5 minutes, it started crashing hard, to below $200. What a deal, I jumped back in the next day. ​ **Performance Summary:** I've stopped going all-in with FDs after learning from the brave souls who have gone before me here on WSB (and from my own previous bankruptcies). Instead, I've been selling calls to reduce my risk, while providing a solid income that I can use to buy more shares (and sometimes more FDs, because who can resist tendies?). I cashed out on June 19th to buy a house at $7.2M + $300k previously withdrawn, at peak wealth at around $7.5M, which is why the graph stops here. My wife's initial $5k investment went up to around $350k at its peak.The remaining is still in GME shares/options. I've been bleeding out, down over $1M (again) since then, but that doesn't matter. Shorts have to cover, and I'm already buckled in. I'm holding for my grandchildren and their grandchildren. To the moon. 🚀🌔 ​ **Bonus Graph:** We Canadian apes get a TFSA where profits don't get taxed. While I played various option strategies on my margin account, I mainly bought and held long term options and shares in this account. My double down of $19k in January went here, which eventually grew to $6.5M. Tax free. Come at me, CRA (jk, plz don't).
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"There once was a ship that put to sea, the name of the ship was GME...."
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I made 20$ with GME. I supposed I did it wrong.
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Thanks for rubbing it in, I’m still crying over what I missed. I bought 1000 GME, and 10 $25 calls the day before it started ripping and sold @$40-ish. I was right there and coulda had the big win, but I knew nothing of DFV, and had no conviction or knowledge of why it went up like it did.

AMC - AMC Entertainment

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I didn’t read past “started selling naked call options on AMC”
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The fact that some people think AMC is going to get a boost off earnings is honestly hilarious
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People on here talking about Clov business model being nothing special when the whole movement for AMC and GME was based on their short interest and not actually the business model. If we traded AMC based on that we have a company which almost went bankrupt and share dilution was their only way of survival. Just cause it pumped once and dumped and is trading low doesn’t mean it can’t pump again based on the FTDs and a lot of naked shorting still going. And some dodgy asf short interest statistics which doesn’t account for darkpool.
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If retail would of rallied behind CLOV like they did with AMC it would of ran to $100. They claimed it was a citadel pump and “distractions” instead. LOL
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Sometimes when I’m bored I check out the AMC thread and it amazes me how many people actually think AMC is going to thousands in share price.

CLOV - Clover Health Investments

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I love how out of all these stocks even big ones, CLOV is everyones discussion. So excited for tomorrow. 🥺
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$Clov 🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀
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$Clov LFG 💎💎🙌🙌🍀🍀🚀🚀🐋🐳
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I have all the stocks mentioned, especially large position for WISH, CLOV, and SNDL. Expecting blood bath, but will still hold.
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If retail would of rallied behind CLOV like they did with AMC it would of ran to $100. They claimed it was a citadel pump and “distractions” instead. LOL

VIAC - ViacomCBS

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VIAC to Pluto!
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Actually a solid play. Hope WSB can get behind this. Been loading $VIAC since April - good luck OP!
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It's time for $VIAC to be a meme stock!!!! Undervalued as hell, redditors can easily take it to its fair value +100$

CLNE - Clean Energy Fuels

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Im bullish on whoever produced the amphetamines OP is spun on And also CLNE
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That was an entertaining way to get me interested in $CLNE. I'm a little worried about your brother...and you. But you seemed to have a good point mixed in with that nonsense. Good job.
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so all in CLNE?
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Great DD OP! Infrastructure bill is a huge win for CLNE and the Amazon deal is going light the methane fueled fire! 🐄💨🚀🌕
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I made 40% profit from CLNE buying at 8 late May, selling retards 13c for June, and then exiting my position the next week right away. I love the stock and how it treated me. I feel the same tingling sensation that the same play can be played for August-September.

MRNA - Moderna

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Pray to every God that my MVST, SOFI, & BABA calls make me money…. AND that my MRNA puts don’t wreck me.
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Know MRNA is my best investment last 14 months by a long shot. 🎯🎰💎📈 Bought more on dip below $400 on Friday. Am thinking thats the plan from now on and that is My final answer.

MVIS - MicroVision

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More MVST. Also MVIS, AAPL, ABML.
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I need MVIS to hit $18-20 tomorrow
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MVIS is breaking out. Huge announcement with confirmation of being in the Hololens 2
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MVIS to 20 this week
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Tempted to load up more MVIS calls, but not sure which to get 🤔

NKLA - Nikola

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True story, NKLA nearly ended my marriage
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Hi. Im in for about $50,000 worth of shares at an $11 average. I also gave some delicious looking calls for Jan 2022 and Jan 2023. But did you all know about the ACT EXPO HAPPENING AT THE END OF THE MONTH 🚛. This could be huge. Also HYLN already has real prototypes on the road in Canada (I’m looking at you Nikola!) and they have been quietly building social media profiles that are empty shells at the moment but poised to detonate with positive info. See their IG account. I can post my share accounts if anyone needs proof I’m an investor. This and SLI are my ONLY holdings outside of AMC. I like this stock. EV trucking is a dream I hope comes true, but this is a reality. ALSO THEY CAN GO 75 miles ELECTRIC ⚡️ IN CITY LIMIT ZONES FOR DELIVERIES SO THEY PLACATE EV GOALS SET BY LARGE CITIES LIKE LA AND SF…WOW!!! EDIT: I was a SHLL investor who sold high 50s and bought back in just after merger and name change. Been following their hiring news too. They are expanding and hiring rapidly. I almost sold out during the power grid outage in TX but glad I’m in still. If AMC goes I’m going all in here and SLI with my profits 50/50. I also made a bunch on NKLA before the merger. CCIV I held like a greedy idiot through the spike. That was a mistake. I like that company but they need more delivery for me to be interested again.

BABA - Alibaba Group Holding

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Pray to every God that my MVST, SOFI, & BABA calls make me money…. AND that my MRNA puts don’t wreck me.
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The shitshow known as BABA added rape investigation to the list. Since I realized my losses already, I say good riddance
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Hang Seng gobbled the BABA dip. $205 EOW.
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Damn BABA can’t catch a break, going to be ugly hopefully no one is holding it
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Hope no one is holding BABA. That's gonna get ugly tomorrow.

CLF - Cleveland-Cliffs

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CLF 🚀
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I love CLF and continue to add on dips. Great analysis.
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$CLF gang
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Great times ahead for CLF. Holding multiple calls, 27 Aug. - 24 Sept. range, 24$ - 30$ strikes. Great DD. Bullish AF 🚀

AMD - Advanced Micro Devices

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AMD last two weeks
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loading more MVST and MVST warrants tomorrow. next AMD and ROKU giga growth stock baby
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I will forever kick my own ass for not buying the og; AMD. You dweebs told me so much but i just didn’t listen. Well actually i did listen, i had an 80 leap that i paperhanded when i lost $500 on it. Wont even dare to look at what the price of it is now.
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Love AMD. You buy anymore on Friday's dip?
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What about AMD options? And what do you think the share price will be when they merge?

PLTR - Palantir Technologies

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$TSLA 800c 8/13 $TSLA 1000c 8/20 $TSLA 1000c 9/17 ​ After I take some monster profits from that I'll be looking at PATH, PLTR, and HOOD. I'll also be chillin on St. Kitts.
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PLTR 21.98 by eow
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How bad are your PLTR bags and how excited are you for solid earnings...followed by a sell off?
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Is PLTR drilling on earnings already priced in?
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Bag holding CLOV, RKT, PLTR, WISH. It's either LOBSTER or Ramen this weekend.

HYLN - Hyliion

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Wow this is garbage DD and I like HYLN
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Hyllion buys components (low margin business) from suppliers, puts it in a wrapper and then the magic happens when they put in their BMS management software into it. Let me remind you we gladly pay 2x or 3x for an iphone than an Android. Or we pay 2x+ for an Apple laptop than a Dell. Apple is a software company that makes money selling hardware with its software in it (this is the secret sauce of HYLN). You could in theory build your own iphone hardware, but you can’t do that software. Your iphone clone would be worth way less. That’s similar to HYLN products (excluding the battery/BMS). You could buy all the same hardware and build a hypertruck or hybrid, but without HYLN software, it just won’t be that good. Same with the battery/BMS as the BMS is like the OS for the battery. Managing the LTO batteries is not easy. But if done right, they work really well for our applications and the wrapper (the ERX Truck is the only available long haul solution when considering infrastructure, power and density, economics and the clean emissions) with the SAAS software Bullish and with the low float this is primed be liftoff with earnings, 3 ERX trucks on the road with HYLN ERX Council already and a major trade show where HYLN has a big presence showing off the goods. Less then 15 days ago they just got an offer for 300 trucks and that's tip of the iceberg. LFG.
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Hi. Im in for about $50,000 worth of shares at an $11 average. I also gave some delicious looking calls for Jan 2022 and Jan 2023. But did you all know about the ACT EXPO HAPPENING AT THE END OF THE MONTH 🚛. This could be huge. Also HYLN already has real prototypes on the road in Canada (I’m looking at you Nikola!) and they have been quietly building social media profiles that are empty shells at the moment but poised to detonate with positive info. See their IG account. I can post my share accounts if anyone needs proof I’m an investor. This and SLI are my ONLY holdings outside of AMC. I like this stock. EV trucking is a dream I hope comes true, but this is a reality. ALSO THEY CAN GO 75 miles ELECTRIC ⚡️ IN CITY LIMIT ZONES FOR DELIVERIES SO THEY PLACATE EV GOALS SET BY LARGE CITIES LIKE LA AND SF…WOW!!! EDIT: I was a SHLL investor who sold high 50s and bought back in just after merger and name change. Been following their hiring news too. They are expanding and hiring rapidly. I almost sold out during the power grid outage in TX but glad I’m in still. If AMC goes I’m going all in here and SLI with my profits 50/50. I also made a bunch on NKLA before the merger. CCIV I held like a greedy idiot through the spike. That was a mistake. I like that company but they need more delivery for me to be interested again.

RKT - Rocket Companies

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Bag holding CLOV, RKT, PLTR, WISH. It's either LOBSTER or Ramen this weekend.
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Watching SDC, UPST, WISH, RKT, SOFI mainly. The more volatility the Better. 🚀
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So what I'm getting from the comments here is buy AMC, WKHS, FUBO, NIO, CLOV, PLTR, WISH, RKT, SOFI, WEN, ELY. Did I miss any?
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**why not sell RKT. And buy UWMC**

AAPL - Apple

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More MVST. Also MVIS, AAPL, ABML.
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Gold down -3% again lol If you want an inflation hedge buy AAPL

CRSR - Corsair Gaming

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Ready for CRSR to drop below $26 for no reason
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Uhmm.. you're making it sound like it's a fact Eagle tree is the one holding CRSR down, but I'm not so sure about that. I would say it's more of a Wall Street valuation not on the same page kinda thing or perhaps even something else Edit: Eagle tree is (hopefully) smarter than that and wouldn't really want to sell all that much below fair value/at this valuation. I think that they are more in the play when CRSR is trading above $35

BB - BlackBerry

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I'm in around $15 or 15.50. This is something that I think actually serves a purpose. I'm holding long on Nokia, Sofi and BB. No more naked, microvision, semiLed, clov and cln shares for me.. (Wish I was joking, but find the top 50 worse stocks and that was my portfolio) Anyways, I Took my - 90% return and invested all 10% into Sofi.
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BB all day ⚫️🍓
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More BB, still to cheap
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BB all day ⚫️🍓
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SAVA - Cassava Sciences

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Comments from a SAVA shareholder, with medicine/biochemistry knowledge, as to why I have taken a small-to-medium stake, and will likely to continue to add to the position: * Alzheimer costs the world an estimated trillion dollars a year. What is the market cap for something that can either reverse it or slow it meaningfully enough that the sufferers pass from other natural causes? My impression is that it is more than the $\~3.8B market cap of SAVA. * It is a focused play. Their test for Alzheimer, while mild interesting, is not enough for me to invest. I feel it is the treatment that is the value. They own their drug outright, with no partners yet to dilute. There are no other big hopes-and-wishes in the SAVA pipeline for me to have to review and speculate upon. And really, doing any early stage pipeline stuff of something else would be not in anyone's interests if it takes away time from what they already have now. * I reviewed the Eli Lilly data, and the Biogen data of their candidates and am underwhelmed with both. Side effects like brain swelling are a hurdle, making one like SAVA that seems safe so far, open to adoption. I feel that the SAVA drug if confirmed by phase 3, will be a blockbuster. * SAVA's last attempt at a drug, Remoxy, shows that the executive team knows the approval system and can get something to late stages. The politics of the time (an opioid that is less abuse-resistant) alas ended up being right at the time when OxyContin suits were underway from a drug that was marketed as less abuse resistant, followed by lawsuits about contribution to an opioid crisis. So I don't think that FDA people wanted to wade into that lawsuit crossfire by approving Remoxy, even though looking at the data, I feel it probably was less abuse-resistant than existing competitors at the time. Conversely, the current politics is that Alzheimer treatment is very political friendly: seniors go vote, Alzheimer costs taxpayers a lot, and Alzheimer devastates entire families. A viable cure is one that nearly everyone would want as part of their legacy, as seen by Biogen that was waived through without as compelling as results as seen by SAVA's. So if phase 3 works out, I feel it will be a go from FDA for SAVA. * Finance snapshot for SAVA is around $200M in the bank and zero debt. I feel phase 3 trial price will be under that, on the latest conference call there was a side comment of $100M. Pretty thin expenses otherwise since already have the drug candidate built just need to test it. However, they will be having to hire a lot of folks each year if things go well, and started with spending $21.9M in cash to pick up two buildings for housing everyone ([10-Q statement last week, search the document for 'building'](https://sec.report/Document/0001069530-21-000045/)). The conference call also suggests to expect a non-dilutive infusion of cash from someone interested in curing Alzheimer. My best guess would be the the NIH (National Institute of Health) since they granted SAVA in past, with dark horse bets on the Gates Foundation due to past history, and 10,000:1 odds on Julianne Moore (got Oscar for Still Alice, a movie about Alzheimer). Caveats: Not an advisor and certainly not your advisor. Biotech is high-risk, high-reward, and Alzheimer in particular has burned so many billions of R&D that many publicly listed drug firms simply quit trying. SAVA as an all-in bet on Alzheimer cure/treatment in particular is either penthouse suite or cardboard box. Good luck to all.
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CEO said on the call he had some great information coming in a few weeks. Seems like SAVA may be a decent hold

NIO - NIO

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NIO and MVST calls at open fireeee
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So what I'm getting from the comments here is buy AMC, WKHS, FUBO, NIO, CLOV, PLTR, WISH, RKT, SOFI, WEN, ELY. Did I miss any?
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I believe this market sets up nicely for writing CSPs. I have been doing it successfully for awhile w good premiums made. Going on vacation and already levered at a good clip, but will sell one on $NIO tomorrow and eyeing a few others. Also if you sell them on margin, you don’t need the capital and they don’t charge you interest. Infinite returns when successful.
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USA - Liberty All-Star Equity Fund

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Did ya'll see that as soon as the US passed china in gold medals they started counting Hong Kong and Taiwan's in their count too. LMAO USA! USA! USA!
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Lol, Team USA was trailing China for most gold medals by about 3-6 medals for most of the games, but we ended up in 1st in the final tally. 39 to 38. Xi raging rn
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Counterpoint: low interest rates are bad for low income people, including POC, so fed, regardless of JPOW or successor, will taper. Counterpoint for my own point, the rest of the world is QEing like their life depends on it, and the USA is not existing in a vacuum, and will be forced to QE like their life depends on it. Dems fail to push their spending agenda leading up to 2024, but Biden gets reelected, and agenda advances helping the less fortunate in his second term.
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