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post #10726 of 11190
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Are there any that don't, in some fashion?

Some are bigger offenders than others.
post #10727 of 11190
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I prefer appreciating assets 😉

Porsche 911R seems to be appreciating right now.
post #10728 of 11190
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Originally Posted by Texasmade View Post

Porsche 911R seems to be appreciating right now.

I don't have THAT much excess cash 😅
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I don't have THAT much excess cash 😅

Just cash out a bit of your VRX stake.
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I know this will probably sound silly, but where can I find out when a company is doing their quarterly report? I've realized I should probably mark down those dates for the ones I'm holding

Also stock related, I bought some TSLA between 200 and 197, sold about half of it today just under 105 and am holding the rest in anticipation of this 'announcement' tonight. If it jumps up I'm selling it off, if it drops I'll double down and be back at my original position on average.
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I know this will probably sound silly, but where can I find out when a company is doing their quarterly report? I've realized I should probably mark down those dates for the ones I'm holding

Also stock related, I bought some TSLA between 200 and 197, sold about half of it today just under 105 and am holding the rest in anticipation of this 'announcement' tonight. If it jumps up I'm selling it off, if it drops I'll double down and be back at my original position on average.
Most public companies will have a shareholder information page that will provide that information.
There are a lots of sites that will aggregate such info into an earnings calendar of some sort, but if you want reliable information I'd just look up the company info one-by-one. Most of those aggregator sites just have a bot indiscriminately scraping public sources and can have scrambled or dated info or are clickbait trying to lead you into ad-infested garbage sites or subscription services.
post #10732 of 11190
lmao at biotech bernie patrolling the mean streets of Wall St and singlehandedly tanking biotech stocks with his tweets.

Fuck him.
post #10733 of 11190
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lmao at biotech bernie patrolling the mean streets of Wall St and singlehandedly tanking biotech stocks with his tweets.

Fuck him.

Putin hacked his account. After yesterday everything's Putin Putin Putin.
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lmao at biotech bernie patrolling the mean streets of Wall St and singlehandedly tanking biotech stocks with his tweets.

Fuck him.

Democrats are clearly signaling that they're going to scrutinize biotech / pharma more closely. I was wondering what the play might with those ETFs you mentioned other than buying on the dip.

I hold a fair bit of VGHCX so follow loosely the headlines related to healthcare/bio.

Along those same lines but on the REIT side, does anyone have any thoughts on OHI? They focus on longterm assisted care facilities and have offer a 6% yield that looks pretty sustainable.
post #10735 of 11190
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Democrats are clearly signaling that they're going to scrutinize biotech / pharma more closely.
Haven't they been clearly signaling that for a couple of decades now?
post #10736 of 11190
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Haven't they been clearly signaling that for a couple of decades now?

The public outcry over price gouging of orphan drugs and niche drugs (for no clear reason) seems very new to me.
post #10737 of 11190
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The public outcry over price gouging of orphan drugs and niche drugs (for no clear reason) seems very new to me.
I was at least half-kidding. But while that particular hiccup of outrage is new, they come and go. Biotech/Big Pharma have been a rhetorical punching bag for a while.
But I agree with you that whether or not any meaningful change in the regulatory landscape is coming (unlikely in my non-expert opinion) the big talk will likely on balance act as something of a drag on market sentiment for the sector for a bit.
post #10738 of 11190
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Haven't they been clearly signaling that for a couple of decades now?

They have momentum on these things though since the passage of Obamacare.
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They have momentum on these things though since the passage of Obamacare.
So the big shoe that hasn't dropped in the past seven years is liable to do so any day now?



Pretty sure the industry gives money to both parties. Not that there's any relevance to that, just an idle observation.
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So the big shoe that hasn't dropped in the past seven years is liable to do so any day now?

Obamacare turns out not to be "free" healthcare for all and you know why? BIG PHARMA is why! Greedy bastards.

Seriously, it's like turning the Titanic. It takes time and patience. Barrack got Obamacare done and the next Dem will build on that. Millennials like the thought of others taking care of them, and as they move more into voting and becoming actual legislators, it's going to happen.
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