• Ninja_SGNinja_SG
      ·08:59

      Next Squeeze: AVPT

      AVPT is Microsoft partner. Strong earnings rally. Dont miss it again. I predicted many squeezes, the most recent is QS.
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    • QuesaraQuesara
      ·07-11 00:45
      $Intel(INTC)$  intel is undervalued compared to its chip peers.$Advanced Micro Devices(AMD)$  $ARM Holdings Ltd(ARM)$ $Micron Technology(MU)$ are all doing better stock price wise Altho Intel is on par when you look at its fundamentals. Its revenue grows each quarter, exceeding analysts expectations with many putting a Buy call on Intel given the number of big tech firms that use intel chips. Its current $34 price is a steal imho and I think it will hit the expectations of $70 as soon as its next quarterly results. Get ready for the moon!
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    • nomadic_mnomadic_m
      ·07-10 18:21
      My mid-year results indicate that I underperformed the Nasdaq benchmark. To adjust my approach, I plan to: - Boost my automatic investments to implement a dollar-cost averaging strategy in $Invesco NASDAQ 100 ETF(QQQM)$ and $SPDR Portfolio S&P 500 Growth ETF(SPYG)$ - Limit active trading to:    - Buying during 10-15% market dips    - Selling at 10-15% profit targets This revised strategy aims to improve my performance in the sec
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    • RkidRkid
      ·07-10

      Jeff Bezos selling more AMAZON shares

      THE JEFF BEZOS $200 AMAZON WALL Jeff Bezos just filed for his sale of 4.3 Million shares of Amazon $AMZN bringing in ~$863.5 Million (Pre Tax)$Amazon.com(AMZN)$  $S&P 500(.SPX)$  
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    • TigerHulkTigerHulk
      ·07-10
      Yes, trading can potentially outperform a bull market, but it requires a combination of skill, strategy, and risk management. In a bull market, the overall trend is upward, and many assets tend to increase in value. However, traders can aim to outperform the market by: 1. Identifying specific stocks or assets that will outpace the broader market. 2. Using various trading strategies, such as momentum trading, swing trading, or options trading. 3. Actively managing risk through stop-losses, position sizing, and diversification. 4. Timing entries and exits to capitalize on short-term price movements. Some traders may employ strategies like: 1. Long/short equity 2. Trend following 3. Mean reversion 4. Statistical arbitrage Keep in mind that outperforming a bull market involves higher risks, an
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    • inv3stinv3st
      ·07-09

      TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR.

      Find out more here:TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR. Join me to discover exciting features with me on Tiger Trade & win $1,010 worth of rewards!
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      TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR.
    • RkidRkid
      ·07-09

      Nancy Pelosi updated stock holding

      NANCY PELOSI UPDATED HOLDINGS: In order, her top 5 positions are: $NVDA, $AAPL, $MSFT, $AVGO, & $GOOGL. She bought more $NVDA and $AVGO last week while selling $TSLA.$Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  
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    • orsiriorsiri
      ·07-09

      Can You Really Beat a Bull Market? Here’s How to Try

      Understanding the Bull Market I've been scrutinising the current bull market, and one question keeps popping up: can you really outperform these buoyant conditions? July 2024 brings a cautiously optimistic outlook with the S&P 500 hitting new highs and the Federal Reserve staying accommodative. The cautious optimism is likely due to concerns about potential interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve to combat inflation. But if you dig a bit deeper, there are opportunities that could potentially outshine the broader market. Bull market surge: Charging towards new heights Key Metrics to Watch To get a handle on the market’s pulse and spot potential out-performers, I’ve delved into some crucial financial metrics. Take the S&P 500 Real Estate Sector, for instance. Its price-to-earnings
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    • AndgeeAndgee
      ·07-09

      TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR.

      Find out more here: TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR. Join me to discover exciting features with me on Tiger Trade & win $1,010 worth of rewards!
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      TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR.
    • muahaha18muahaha18
      ·07-08

      TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR.

      Find out more here: TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR. Join me to discover exciting features with me on Tiger Trade & win $1,010 worth of rewards!
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      TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR.
    • BC1970BC1970
      ·07-08

      TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR.

      Find out more here: TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR. Join me to discover exciting features with me on Tiger Trade & win $1,010 worth of rewards!
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      TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR.
    • MaverickWealthBuilderMaverickWealthBuilder
      ·07-08

      Small Business SOS: Is the US Job Market at a Tipping Point?

      The U.S. labor market is at a critical inflection point, a change that will not only affect economic trends, but will also have a profound impact on monetary policy and asset pricing.Labor market status: clear signs of inflection pointLatest data reflect cooling labor marketNonfarm payrolls increased by 206,000 in June, higher than the expected 190,000The unemployment rate rose from 4.0% to 4.1%, higher than market expectations of 4.0Average hourly earnings rose by 3.9% year-on-year, with the rate of growth continuing to slow downThis data is somewhat contradictory. The job market is relatively strong but the unemployment rate is rising, although lower market expectations amid weaker-than-expected employment data in April and May are also key factors and therefore add to the signs of a coo
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    • CSOP AMLCSOP AML
      ·07-08

      CSOP USD Money Market Fund Wrap-20240708

      Last week, Fed’s June FOMC meeting minutes were released and revealed a more dovish economic analysis, based on recent data on inflation and labor markets. This was supported by the initial jobless claims for 29th June rising to 238k, slightly higher than the consensus of 235k, and seem to be settling at a higher range than earlier this year. Furthermore, continuing claims for week ending 22nd June rose to 1858k (vs 1832k prior), the highest since November 2021, indicative that unemployed workers find it hard to get new jobs. Besides that, composite services ISM fell to 48.8 in June, its lowest since the 2020 recession. This is the second time this year where it has fallen into contractionary territory, which is rare in its 28-year history, and a signal that the economy’s post-pandemic gro
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    • AqaAqa
      ·07-07
      $SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust(SPY)$ and $Invesco QQQ(QQQ)$ are definitely good investments. SPY share price has increased 85.83% over the last 5 years, and QQQ has appreciated by 159.70%. Both these two index funds give competitive returns with extremely low risk. They need no monitoring thus incur only very low costs. These index funds are most suitable to individual investors that do not aim to beat the market.
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    • SamlunchSamlunch
      ·07-07
      Your biggest enemy in trading isn't the market. It isn't some shadowy cabal of hedge fund short sellers. It's not the Fed. It isn't high frequency trading algorithms. It's your ego. You have to defeat that first before you can worry too much about the rest.
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    • highhandhighhand
      ·07-07
      if cannot stock pick, then buy qqq and spy. since qqq is more volatile, allocate smaller portion to it. if not, buy tech companies, like the big techs to outperform the market. these growth companies typically will grow faster than rest of sectors like financials, consumer, healthcare.
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    • IykykIykyk
      ·07-07
      You can do both. Etf and own stock selections 
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    • icycrystalicycrystal
      ·07-07
      I would most probably invest in both. index and hedge funds. I would look for those hedge funds that have a proven track record. @LMSunshine @GoodLife99 @Universe宇宙 @rL @HelenJanet @koolgal @Shyon @Aqa @SPACE ROCKET @TigerGPT If you d
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    • icycrystalicycrystal
      ·07-07
      I would most probably invest in both. index and hedge funds. I would look for those hedge funds that have a proven track record. @LMSunshine @GoodLife99 @Universe宇宙 @rL @HelenJanet @koolgal @Shyon @Aqa @SPACE ROCKET @TigerGPT If you don’t,
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    • Ninja_SGNinja_SG
      ·08:59

      Next Squeeze: AVPT

      AVPT is Microsoft partner. Strong earnings rally. Dont miss it again. I predicted many squeezes, the most recent is QS.
      53Comment
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      Next Squeeze: AVPT
    • orsiriorsiri
      ·07-09

      Can You Really Beat a Bull Market? Here’s How to Try

      Understanding the Bull Market I've been scrutinising the current bull market, and one question keeps popping up: can you really outperform these buoyant conditions? July 2024 brings a cautiously optimistic outlook with the S&P 500 hitting new highs and the Federal Reserve staying accommodative. The cautious optimism is likely due to concerns about potential interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve to combat inflation. But if you dig a bit deeper, there are opportunities that could potentially outshine the broader market. Bull market surge: Charging towards new heights Key Metrics to Watch To get a handle on the market’s pulse and spot potential out-performers, I’ve delved into some crucial financial metrics. Take the S&P 500 Real Estate Sector, for instance. Its price-to-earnings
      3408
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      Can You Really Beat a Bull Market? Here’s How to Try
    • MaverickWealthBuilderMaverickWealthBuilder
      ·07-08

      Small Business SOS: Is the US Job Market at a Tipping Point?

      The U.S. labor market is at a critical inflection point, a change that will not only affect economic trends, but will also have a profound impact on monetary policy and asset pricing.Labor market status: clear signs of inflection pointLatest data reflect cooling labor marketNonfarm payrolls increased by 206,000 in June, higher than the expected 190,000The unemployment rate rose from 4.0% to 4.1%, higher than market expectations of 4.0Average hourly earnings rose by 3.9% year-on-year, with the rate of growth continuing to slow downThis data is somewhat contradictory. The job market is relatively strong but the unemployment rate is rising, although lower market expectations amid weaker-than-expected employment data in April and May are also key factors and therefore add to the signs of a coo
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      Small Business SOS: Is the US Job Market at a Tipping Point?
    • QuesaraQuesara
      ·07-11 00:45
      $Intel(INTC)$  intel is undervalued compared to its chip peers.$Advanced Micro Devices(AMD)$  $ARM Holdings Ltd(ARM)$ $Micron Technology(MU)$ are all doing better stock price wise Altho Intel is on par when you look at its fundamentals. Its revenue grows each quarter, exceeding analysts expectations with many putting a Buy call on Intel given the number of big tech firms that use intel chips. Its current $34 price is a steal imho and I think it will hit the expectations of $70 as soon as its next quarterly results. Get ready for the moon!
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    • CSOP AMLCSOP AML
      ·07-08

      CSOP USD Money Market Fund Wrap-20240708

      Last week, Fed’s June FOMC meeting minutes were released and revealed a more dovish economic analysis, based on recent data on inflation and labor markets. This was supported by the initial jobless claims for 29th June rising to 238k, slightly higher than the consensus of 235k, and seem to be settling at a higher range than earlier this year. Furthermore, continuing claims for week ending 22nd June rose to 1858k (vs 1832k prior), the highest since November 2021, indicative that unemployed workers find it hard to get new jobs. Besides that, composite services ISM fell to 48.8 in June, its lowest since the 2020 recession. This is the second time this year where it has fallen into contractionary territory, which is rare in its 28-year history, and a signal that the economy’s post-pandemic gro
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      CSOP USD Money Market Fund Wrap-20240708
    • nomadic_mnomadic_m
      ·07-10 18:21
      My mid-year results indicate that I underperformed the Nasdaq benchmark. To adjust my approach, I plan to: - Boost my automatic investments to implement a dollar-cost averaging strategy in $Invesco NASDAQ 100 ETF(QQQM)$ and $SPDR Portfolio S&P 500 Growth ETF(SPYG)$ - Limit active trading to:    - Buying during 10-15% market dips    - Selling at 10-15% profit targets This revised strategy aims to improve my performance in the sec
      356Comment
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    • TigerHulkTigerHulk
      ·07-10
      Yes, trading can potentially outperform a bull market, but it requires a combination of skill, strategy, and risk management. In a bull market, the overall trend is upward, and many assets tend to increase in value. However, traders can aim to outperform the market by: 1. Identifying specific stocks or assets that will outpace the broader market. 2. Using various trading strategies, such as momentum trading, swing trading, or options trading. 3. Actively managing risk through stop-losses, position sizing, and diversification. 4. Timing entries and exits to capitalize on short-term price movements. Some traders may employ strategies like: 1. Long/short equity 2. Trend following 3. Mean reversion 4. Statistical arbitrage Keep in mind that outperforming a bull market involves higher risks, an
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    • koolgalkoolgal
      ·07-07

      Can I Outperform A Bull Market?

      🌟🌟🌟Can I Outperform A Bull Market?  The answer is Yes if I invest in plain vanilla ETFs long term.  Take for example $SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust(SPY)$  It recently closed at its all time high at USD 555.05!  SPY is now up 17.3% year todate and in 2023, SPY has jumped 26%.  However  if we look at its performance 5 years ago, it was up 85%.  Since its inception on January 22 1993, SPY is up a whopping 1162.27%! The power of compounding works best when we hold our stocks long term.  I have invested in $SPDR Portfolio S&P 500 ETF(SPLG)$ since I started my investing journey with Tiger Brokers in 2020.  SPLG is a mini vers
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    • RkidRkid
      ·07-10

      Jeff Bezos selling more AMAZON shares

      THE JEFF BEZOS $200 AMAZON WALL Jeff Bezos just filed for his sale of 4.3 Million shares of Amazon $AMZN bringing in ~$863.5 Million (Pre Tax)$Amazon.com(AMZN)$  $S&P 500(.SPX)$  
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    • UltrahishamUltrahisham
      ·07-07
      How to Outperform a Bull Market Investing in a bull market can be both exciting and challenging. While many investors enjoy the rising tide that lifts most stocks, outperforming a bull market requires strategy, discipline, and a bit of savvy. Here are some strategies to help you not just ride the wave but potentially beat it. 1. **Understand Market Cycles** To outperform a bull market, it's essential to understand where you are in the market cycle. Bull markets don't last forever, and recognizing the early, mid, and late stages can help you make more informed decisions. The early stages often present the best opportunities for significant gains, as undervalued stocks begin to rise. In the late stages, the market may be overheated, and finding good value can be more challenging. 2. **Focus
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    • Tiger VTiger V
      ·07-06

      Tesla’s Rollercoaster Ride: Can It Surpass the Bull Market?

      Overview: Markets at a Glance This week has been a whirlwind for Tesla $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  , the world's most valuable automaker by market capitalization. After a seven-day rally that erased all its year-to-date losses, Tesla's stock saw a volatile session on Friday. The overall markets remain robust, driven by a mix of optimistic earnings reports and economic data that continue to fuel the bull market sentiment. However, Tesla's recent performance raises the question: Can it continue to outperform in an already booming market? Tesla: A Surge in Valuation In the latest surge, Tesla's stock soared over 30%, adding more than $200 billion to its market cap. The rally was primarily driven by the company's second-quarter delivery numbers,
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    • inv3stinv3st
      ·07-09

      TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR.

      Find out more here:TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR. Join me to discover exciting features with me on Tiger Trade & win $1,010 worth of rewards!
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      TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR.
    • RkidRkid
      ·07-09

      Nancy Pelosi updated stock holding

      NANCY PELOSI UPDATED HOLDINGS: In order, her top 5 positions are: $NVDA, $AAPL, $MSFT, $AVGO, & $GOOGL. She bought more $NVDA and $AVGO last week while selling $TSLA.$Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  
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    • AndgeeAndgee
      ·07-09

      TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR.

      Find out more here: TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR. Join me to discover exciting features with me on Tiger Trade & win $1,010 worth of rewards!
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      TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR.
    • muahaha18muahaha18
      ·07-08

      TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR.

      Find out more here: TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR. Join me to discover exciting features with me on Tiger Trade & win $1,010 worth of rewards!
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      TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR.
    • BC1970BC1970
      ·07-08

      TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR.

      Find out more here: TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR. Join me to discover exciting features with me on Tiger Trade & win $1,010 worth of rewards!
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      TIGER ROARS, DECADES SOAR.
    • AqaAqa
      ·07-07
      $SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust(SPY)$ and $Invesco QQQ(QQQ)$ are definitely good investments. SPY share price has increased 85.83% over the last 5 years, and QQQ has appreciated by 159.70%. Both these two index funds give competitive returns with extremely low risk. They need no monitoring thus incur only very low costs. These index funds are most suitable to individual investors that do not aim to beat the market.
      3151
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    • SamlunchSamlunch
      ·07-07
      Your biggest enemy in trading isn't the market. It isn't some shadowy cabal of hedge fund short sellers. It's not the Fed. It isn't high frequency trading algorithms. It's your ego. You have to defeat that first before you can worry too much about the rest.
      144Comment
      Report
    • highhandhighhand
      ·07-07
      if cannot stock pick, then buy qqq and spy. since qqq is more volatile, allocate smaller portion to it. if not, buy tech companies, like the big techs to outperform the market. these growth companies typically will grow faster than rest of sectors like financials, consumer, healthcare.
      230Comment
      Report