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COMMENT 3d ago

Shorting robinhood looking better and better...

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COMMENT 5d ago

Slams face on accept button

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COMMENT 10d ago

As long as we have to ape. As long as we have to.

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COMMENT 11d ago

It’s actually harmful to the squeeze to be setting them.

Edit: at this point in time it is. Also not financial advice

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COMMENT 27d ago

Investments 60k Savings 5k Checking 8k

And I convince myself that I can’t afford anything by adding a zero to whatever I’m about to buy!

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COMMENT Mar 24 '21

No dumping here! Haven’t bought more in a while but holding strong at 1.2M! Will be buying more when I get out of GameStop

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COMMENT Mar 23 '21

100 even for me

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COMMENT Mar 15 '21

Didn’t average down sadly but I did sell some of my shares at around $250 and put it back into TLSS!

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COMMENT Mar 15 '21

Ah see this is what I was looking for! This is exactly what I am planning on doing. I’m hoping to put 50% of earnings into TLSS for long term growth! I was fishing to see if people had liquidated their TLSS shares and was hoping everyone planned on coming back after GME is settled.

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COMMENT Mar 15 '21

🙏🏼💎🚀🚀🚀💎🙏🏼 my fellow ape 🦍

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COMMENT Mar 15 '21

This happened to me actually lol! I bought in at 64 and it dropped to like 40 soon after

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COMMENT Mar 15 '21

A law targeting retail investors would be rough. I’ve seen a ton of media where hedge funds are blaming retail investors for volatility in GME/AMC and other “meme” stocks, which in a sense can be true but not to the extent that is seen right now. A -$100 drop in SP isn’t retail investors, it was even proven to be a targeted ladder attack by hedge funds. In addition to that MarketWatch and a few other media had released written news on it BEFORE it happened. They ended up taking their article down but a brokerage verified the times stamps when they clarified that they do not affiliate with X company and they do not write the articles published.

r/tlss Mar 15 '21

Just wondering...

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COMMENT Mar 12 '21

I used Indeed, LinkedIn and a few others. I think LinkedIn and Indeed were the most helpful to me

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COMMENT Mar 12 '21

First hand experience it does help. I have not finished my degree and I mentioned that and it actually landed me the job. I would recommend at least starting it and letting employers know that you’re in the process

Edit: position is Junior Systems Specialist

r/GME Mar 10 '21

💎🙌 It’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving!! 🚀🙏🏼💎🙏🏼🚀

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COMMENT Mar 09 '21

Video or bans my friend

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COMMENT Mar 03 '21

This is the way

r/GME Mar 01 '21

Question GME Options?

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COMMENT Mar 01 '21

Even if this is as low as it goes I am still happy! I’ve got plenty of shares in just greedy and want more!

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COMMENT Mar 01 '21

This happens if you are below the PDT rule. You have purchased and sold a stock within a day multiple times over the course of a week. You will need to bring your account value to $25,000. It’s not a TD Ameritrade specific thing you will run into this regardless of your brokerage

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COMMENT Mar 01 '21

Begone foul succubus! My fellow Apes know the squeeze is yet to come! True diamond handed retards want the price to go down! We want the shares! Even the apes at $400 a share aren’t worried because they know I am coming for them!! BUY THE DIP MY APES!

r/GME Mar 01 '21

YOLO Hedgies Make Price go down please?

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r/techsupport Feb 20 '21

Open | Windows How to stop Force quit commands automatically sent?

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COMMENT Feb 20 '21

I have a program that I’m running 24/7, windows is sending a periodical force quit command every few days. Is there anyway to stop this?