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By s3nthl, February 12, 2020

I have heard folks say ” all it takes is that one right stock”. ” All in” stock is a very strong buzz word. Makes me think how much is fact-based substance and how much is hype. Either way, I am interested.

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caegan
caegan
7 months ago

Today’s pick was TSLA. Picks also include SHOP, APPN today also; TTD, ZM, WORK, NVTA as new stock pick. [Independently, I have positions in TSLA, TTD, ZM, and NVTA. I trade SHOP sometimes, but for options trades, it can be tricky.) The current Tom and David picks are solid companies. I trade both stocks and options. I now wonder if The Foolish subscribe to Ophir Gottlieb’s CMLviz, which I cannot recommend highly enough. Ophir is easy to check out by searching him on Twitter. I keep his page and also Ihor Dusaniwsky’s, for anyone interested in trading high short interest stocks.

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tanglewood
7 months ago
Reply to  caegan

Hi caegan; thanks for mentioning Ihor Dusaniwsky and Ophir Gottlieb. I looked at their websites. Are you just following them on Twitter or do you subscibe to their services? I am especially interested in Dusaniwsky, he tracks short interest but I think he may be looking for ‘squeeze’ situations.
This market reminds me of the excesses of the .com era (1999-2000). Sure revenues are increasing but most of the ‘momentum’ stocks have negative earnings, negative EBITDA and negative cash flow. Lately, I have been buying JAN 2021 expiration ‘out of the money’ put options on #OKTA, #SPLK, #SHOP and #TWLO and am prepared to withstand potential losses to offset gains . I have also just shorted Carvana #CVNA on 2/10/2020 at $88.50.

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Zanne
Zanne
7 months ago

This is most likely also TTD, which Travis solved recently recently in another discussion titled “According to Motley Fool, there is 1 company that Netflix really fears.” Same quote from the CEO, Jeff Green.

erichzlanabitnig
erichzlanabitnig
6 months ago
Reply to  Zanne

what is the name, please? TTD comes up as a trade desk

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ronwill
ronwill
6 months ago

Of course it is hype. They just want to catch your attention to try and get you to subscribe to a service. Motley Fool recommends owning a minimum of 15 equities saying that 30 or more is better.

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erichzlanabitnig
erichzlanabitnig
6 months ago
Reply to  ronwill

The Fool is rated the best stock newsletter four years in a row! And looking at their track record, which you obviously don’t know, it makes total sense to buy a few shares of TTD!
Being a cheapskate, you can get their stock picks on this site, without having to pay for it! Just show a little more appreciation!

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rene6985
rene6985
6 months ago

If you pick TDOC at $11, you are 1000% ahead, you could have missed NVDA but TDOC you should
have bought

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sarahc
sarahc
6 months ago
Reply to  rene6985

B”H
Dont see where to ask Travis a question… Does anybody have information about Matt McCall’s Microcaps? (Inseego) or Louis Navallier’s 2020 Breakthrough Summit- Top 5 for 2020 (Repro Med)? Just read the transcript. It went down 10% most recent trading day! even though it had gone up previously. Are these pump & dumps??? Thanks! Would appreciate Travis’s input.

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