I share a couple nice SPY trades, one day trade and the other a few day swing. I also cover some of my other favorite stocks I have been watching the past few days.
Good morning everyone and sorry about the lack of updates the past few weeks. It’s been a busy while for me between the various endeavors I have going and a GI bug brought home by the baby again. I haven’t really taken many trades since the RBLX long I shared recently as it was a • Read More »
Well that was fast, I am easing up on the RBLX trade as two days after entry it has hit my target. As you can see, the high volume node provided a wonderful support zone for this to consolidate on and then rally back up. My position is long July monthly $78 calls, and I • Read More »
I know it’s been awhile since I have posted on here and I am much more active on Twitter, but eventually this site will be updated a few times a week. I am trying to hammer out some classes so I can finish a degree by the end of summer, as I have found it • Read More »
Take a look at a chart of the IPOs I am watching for this week, along with some key points/metrics on each.
I recently was browsing eBay for a broken pair of Galaxy Buds that I could salvage some pieces from to make some nice wooden Bluetooth speakers. eBay is loaded with these buds, either with one or both not working or an assortment of other issues. So I found a decent pair for like $12 and • Read More »
As I write this, we have been watching a major rotation of capital out of the high growth, speculative stocks, and even the high market cap tech stocks. This capital has been moving into value stocks with lower P/E rations as more people realize inflation is taking hold and start to follow the heard. Yesterday • Read More »
I have always argued that the best antivirus, antilmalware, anti-whatever is common sense. Prior to Windows 10 and the built-in Windows Defender, I tended to avoid most antivirus products, mainly because they were system resource hogs and if I was downloading torrents or visiting sketchy sites, I would use Linux in a VM to ensure • Read More »
Of all the computers I have had to reinstall Windows on over the years, not a single one has had all of the factory drivers on the manufacturer’s website. There is always at least a couple drivers or that one utility that is missing and requires a search across the internet to find. That trend • Read More »
As I have been writing about recently, I have been in the process of upgrading the hardware for my home lab. I might not have been super clear in explaining what the process of migrating everything has been, so I will start by covering that. I’ll then explain how I imaged the SSDs in my • Read More »