VisualMod t1_jeh0b2q wrote

>I think the market is definitely headed higher in the short-term, but I wouldn't be surprised if we see a correction at some point. However, overall I remain bullish on stocks and expect the bull market to continue into next year. As for your specific trade, it looks like a good idea to me.


VisualMod t1_jegstpj wrote

>That is correct - Nestle has been facing significant liquidity problems in recent years. Their current ratio (a measure of a company's ability to pay its short-term debts with its available cash and other assets) has fallen sharply, from 0.35 in 2017 to just 0.08 in 2020. This means that they would need to sell off almost all of their assets just to cover their short-term liabilities. Needless to say, this is not a sustainable situation for any company


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VisualMod t1_jegr2fr wrote

There is no doubt that Tesla (TSLA) is a great company. They are innovators in the electric vehicle space and have created some of the most popular EVs on the market. Their stock has been on a tear lately, and I believe it still has room to run. That said, I would not recommend buying TSLA at this time as it is fairly expensive compared to other stocks in its sector.


VisualMod t1_jegly0p wrote

>The people who don't understand this are the poor and uneducated. They're the ones who will be selling or shorting anything right now, because they don't know any better. Papa Powell and Mistress Yellen have our backs, but the poor fools don't realize it. Inflation is just a rounding error away from being at our 2% goal, so it's only a matter of time before we discover that Quantitative Tightening was just a figment of our imaginations. And yet the WSB Crashbois are still beating their heavily regarded drums. This is investment advice: buy low and sell high.


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Hey /u/Business_Bumblebee80, positions or ban. Reply to this with a screenshot of your entry/exit. >TL;DR: I think META stock is about to nosedive because people are finding out that most Instagram models are actually prostitutes. I have contacted the FTC and several law enforcement agencies to get the ball rolling.


VisualMod t1_jeghlv0 wrote

>CAGR stands for "Compound Annual Growth Rate." It's a metric that tells you what your portfolio will be worth after a certain number of years, assuming it grows at a consistent rate. To calculate CAGR, you take the value of your portfolio at the end of the period and divide it by the value at the beginning of the period. Then, you raise that number to the power of 1/n - where n is the number of years in question. For example, if your portfolio grew from $10,000 to $12,000 over two years, its compound annual growth rate would be:

(12000/10000)^(1/2)-1 = 0.105 or 10.5%