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What was the reason for the US rally?
I picked up some ASB shares today for $2.530.
They got a few contracts to US coast guard. And who knows with what goes on in the world (Solomon’s) maybe time to diversify my portfolio.
Day 90 waiting for AZL to get BLM APPROVAL. Heading into the nervous 90s now. Hopefully I end up like AGAR In England hehe (cricket fans where you at)
Damn it's quiet in here. So, has anyone bought any stocks the last week, and I mean long, not inverse ETF's?
Got another small parcel of our favourite dog VML. Fuck it… why not!
I flipped LKE for a tidy profit today
Few hundred or a few thousand
I want to say I bought chicken stock to make chicken and sweetcorn soup the other night.. but it was actually chicken bone broth so I can't.
You made the right call. Bone broth > stock
Isnt it pretty much the same thing?
Grabbed some TLG at $1.100 yesterday
Purchased RIO yesterday. Yes…booooring I know.
I got it too in the last week. 93.29.
I may even purchase BHP or MIN in the coming day/s. They all seem quite cheap. It’s either that or DCA VAS. Yes yes. Booooring.
Got S32 yesterday for 3.45. Should of got today. Friday was the day but didn't have the cash.
I’ve been eyeing S32 for a while. May sell a couple stagnant stocks and load up on some earth diggers. Dividends are quite decent with S32.
Bought back into TLG and RNU.
Still keeping powder dry for a bit, but looking at getting back into PLS and AKE soon.
But not sure if I should wait for the inevitable crash or buy in every four weeks until I reach my goal (likely four months away). That way if it does crash I can wait longer, and if it doesn't I won't have been left behind too much.
Wouldn't like to hear other strategies though!
I think AKE and PLS will both post stellar earnings reports, and their PE ratios are currently below the large cap miners that generally sit at PE \~6. So question is does the market care or not for Li, see too much downside risk, are waiting to see the actual results, and/or waiting to sell into the news? I'm currently all in, but that might not be the best option given the current market shitfuckery that we're seeing.
Yeah expecting something decent tomorrow from AKE.
Definitely shitfuckery going on. Definitely a disconnect with the spot prices being so high for so long and share price being smashed.
Maybe overall Li was a bit frothy and needed to cool off, but not as much as it did.
Feeling that being a producer will hold them both in good stead for the next wee while while prices are so high
Would Monsieur care to sample a speccy explorer in a 3rd world country about to undertake wildcat drilling? It comes highly recommended from our degenerate gamblers
Ill let you dig in my backyard for as long as you want
Perfect. I live in an apartment with no backyard so the rights are yours. Also that's insane
Do you watch The Boys?
You had me at 3rd world country
Everyone needs some excitement in their life
Oh it's IVZ isn't it
How did you know? It's such a well kept secret
How was that 1pm Li rug pull today, fark!
um...what the hell happened? I looked online for news...and just tesla going on about the need for lithium...so...??
I think it was more to do with macro events based on:
Looking into copper plays while copper is shitting itself.
Other than that just holding my quiver of lithium dildos and uranium speccys and topping up when I can afford to gamble.
I'm thinking only fans. Oh the striping that's going to be happening. I will need another coffee jar.
Last night it looked like Cu futures might trend back towards US$3.5, woke up to a completely different chart this morning.
Tech sector has some nice recovery potential from the downward dip all year. But where to start? So many options. Which one is the next Afterpay? 🤣
Any tech stocks you're specifically looking at?
NXT, MP1, XRO for the big boys. Whole sector has dropped so you really could really just pluck your favourite; just not APX (shudder). I'm already top heavy with Tech stocks with 4DS, AXE, BRN, APX and WTC so hesitant to add too much more. You could go smaller Techies; but risk increases with that whole recession/ inflation crap. 🤷🏽♂️
I bought some CIO which is the speccy-est of all speccy tech companies
Gives DXN a run for it's money, but I think DXN still reigns as champ.
What's the short version of what CIO do? Do they have a moat?
Internet of things.
Edit: Just checked, they have a moat yes
bought into DDH today; have mostly just been adding more to my boring MTS position over the last few weeks and DCA'ing into a couple of other existing holdings here and there 🤷♂️
not going much harder until this earnings season reveals itself & get a sense of the language used in some of these reports in each sector
SFR for that fine copper recovery play.
might as well just mentally prepare for the market going sideways / nowhere special at least until interest rate rises plateau after (maybe) the end of the year
unless there are some unexpected 'positive' occurrences in the meantime like peace in Ukraine or a China recovery from Covid it'll likely be a slow burn for quite a while from here imo 😴
Market sidways? I'm currently on a 15% overall gain for this financial year. Buy the dip, if it dips harder, buy more. The time is now...or later. There are opportunities out there.
I mean congrats, but you're talking about a less than 3-week sample size & doesn't change the fact that the market is up less than 2% or so
Yup; small sample size like my penis. ASX 200 is at 1% atm; we don't play on the 200 here. No profit species all the way! 🤣
buying opps all around still
agreed about buying, have been buying myself
just not expecting to see massive increases any time soon barring unforeseen circumstances
To be fair most of my gains this year have been a recovery from my 30+% loss last year. 🤣🤣🤣
Got two infringement notices for speeding
7km/h at the same place… Just submitted request for review. Hopefully it can be downgraded to a warning… :(
Tell them you were checking on your dog stocks while driving
How does a review work? I just paid a fine for going 6kph over 😥
You need to have clean driving record first and speeding was less than 10, then you can request review at fines Victoria at least that’s the case for Victoria. This is just an attempt not guarantee.
Interesting. Mine was a red light/speed camera thing with photographic evidence (WA). It was $100 and no demerits so I just cbf and paid it. No matter, we'll have noodles and water this week thanks WAPOL.
I am extra cautious with those crossing cameras. Mine was taken by a unmarked police car when I was driving downhill. Really sneaky.
You know police cars don’t issue the camera generated tickets right? Those camera cars are private run for the govt and the admin is handled by the police. All the $ go to the govt!
For real? Fuck I paid thousands each year for road yet still getting ransomed by those nonsense shit.
In Victoria, ACT and NSW I can categorically state this is how it works. Everyone rags on the coppers for camera fines, but the fixed and mobile cameras are 100% privately owned and operated on behalf of the state Govt and all the police do is print the fine for the private company and mail it. Nobody would give a shit if CameraCorp mailed you a fine would they?
I’m pretty sure QLD is the same and strongly assert SA and WA will be. No police force is gonna pay some Senior Connie 100k a year to sit in an unmarked car an photograph people when they can pay the local dero half the price to do it.
I think I found it, it’s called approved mobile camera locations, yeah in the name of saving lives giving thousands of tickets to drivers for speeding a few kph. What a hypocrite.
one was for a specific 20cm stretch of road, the second for a different 20cm stretch
\-0.12% - another low volume day, beating the market at least
WHC up 5% today, and over 20% in the last 7 days.
All aboard! Ha, ha ha, ha....
Oil and Gas making way for coal. Who would've thought.
Someone made a pledge yesterday to eat their own ass if IVZ didn't release an announcement today. They released a application for quotation of securities today... Does that count as an announcement? I hope not...
Ape sad, BHP not made ape many bananas yet
Ape need help
BHP = Bananas = Lambo = Bananas = BHP
Fuck off with that lame ape shit, this isn’t WSB
Fuck, what a zinger. Nice one bro
Damn, only just noticed those 23 downvotes
Reckon the mods will ban me if I keep going? Kinda want to see what happens.
I love seeing some decent green on a reddish sorta day. Strike and Woodside carried me today.
Come on, VML! Cast "Finish Grey" or something!
yeah, i think their catch phrase is "end day, red or gray, thats the VML way"
It's at least up 1 pip from where it started the week, so green for the week (so far)
Less than 200 comments in the daily thread.
Turns out everyone was beyond their personal risk tolerance.
Everyones just focusing on their actual jobs now the market has confirmed we all suck at this! 😂
All hail Chris Gale
Probably lol, I was for quite a while too. Maybe also its just the period whilst people are on holidays. Kinda shows as DD on new companies is light and the winds come out of the sails on hype sectors quite a bit.
I guess as a "bets" subreddit for the assx if speccies aren't doing much the opportunity to bag in short time frames is closer to nil or can take a year. Options over in WSB land, options gives people infinite opportunity to make a big yolo gamble for 100% swings every day and maybe the lack of excitment has taken people out of the market.
Options trading over at wsb looks like the true casino people describe. See some pretty depressing losses though that put zip to shame.
This is why I’m [perhaps a tad brutal](https://reddit.com/r/ASX_Bets/comments/w128jq/_/igjoqcn/?context=1) to folks thinking options is all fun and games.
Im tolerant as fuck.
I would like to know who put all my pernnies into hyper sleep though??? They better not slip into a black hole.
Meanwhile, any news on AVZ???
Hypersleep or a full on coma?
Cant afford getting fired at this time compared to last year.
I'm lurking. And I'm still a retarded degenerate.
Dudes keep emailing me and then coming over to talk about their emails...
That's called a meeting
I don't attend meetings. I think I have found the problem though.
Next up. How to avoid everyone at work but still be seen as a "team player"
The best thing about working from home was being able to actually work on tasks without interruption. Now I start a task, get distracted by some idiot coming to chat about something that should be an email. I then have to email them what my understanding of the conversation is. Then, flow disrupted, I give reddit a quick check before getting ready to start a task and repeat the loop.
A quarter of my day in the office is taken up by pretending to be interested in what the chatty person must say
My inner bull can't be killed off so quickly. Just laying low, waiting for my rockets to come.
Username checks out! ;)
Just waiting for all my Zimbabwean dreams to come true. Waka waka.
I've been trying to comment more but this day job is getting in the way
Or we are all banned.
like a three legged stool, a three sided shed is most sturdy 🤰🏾
It ain't over https://imgur.com/a/RtlSLS2
Someone just purchased $200,000 worth of MAYO in one hit , that’s a lot of MAYOnaise
They can convert and sell on market tomorrow for 14% gain.
You can’t convert that fast, takes a couple weeks
Very risky then, they are going to have a quarterly come out showing a decline in revenue. Those options will be out of the money real quick.
still grey >.<
People are wild, I've felt like throwing up over some of my trades in the past at much smaller amounts. I slightly obsess over my 15k in MAY
Bet big to make big I guess
I kind of want to really go back to uni and get another Bachelor's (double degree). My plan is to work full-time with the benefit of a few hours a week of paid study leave, and do two units at a time. I have an irrelevant degree for my current work and I'm managing alright, but I just feel like doing some structured learning again...
But this would take me 8 years of part-time study??? Idk. Downvote me if this is a very dumb idea ahhhh
Overall the advice is against! Another Bachelor's wouldn't be worth it, and a lot of advice that online and short course certs/qualifications would be more meaningful and much less costly
I appreciate this sub for pushing me back away from this haha, when all I'm doing is arguing with myself in my head I tend to push myself further and further into less desirable choices 😂
You only really need one bachelors degree to enables you do to any career, because you can do a masters. Some unis let you do a 2-3 year masters full time which is like 4-6 part time and thats a higher level quailification than a bachelors so likely to get you into the same door as a 3-4 year undergrad degree.
A bachelors loses a lot of value quickly because typically they are a graduate degree fresh outta uni so I'd take a look at masters if you want a qualification in a different field. But as zemadfrenchman said depending on where you want to go you could try get an industry qualification.
Degrees don't really change your value as an employee. Your ability to solve problems for the business is what really matters. It's irrelevant where you gain those problem-solving skills (except for arbitrary recruitment screening purposes)
Ask yourself this:
What skills can you gain that help solve the most valuable problems in your industry/business/role?
And then what is the fastest path to gaining those skills?
The answer to the second question is rarely a university course unless you are like a doctor or scientist or something. For most careers, there is some relevant industry certification that can be done in a matter of months not years and cost a mere fraction of a full-on degree.
Yeah after responding to and reading a lot of the comments, I'm now thinking (again) of giving short online courses another try (again!)...
I wasn't prioritising speed, I was more leaning towards what I'd find more enjoyable, but I guess the financial and time cost should really be giving me more pause
I saw your other reply where you said you do statistical programming and learned it all on the job...
Have you thought about doing a coding bootcamp around Python and R lang? That's pretty damn relevant for anyone interested in data science / stats (especially for the sciences)
Or skill up in big data frameworks in order to be able to participate more in the data pipeline construction / management side of things
Or skill up in frontend frameworks so you can build cool visualisations for your data, dashboards, etc
Or just take on a generalist programming course that will teach you those fundamentals you probably missed as a self-taught programmer?
I use SAS/SQL, but I feel like it's more straightforward than other languages? I picked it up pretty quickly despite zero programming experience, but it's far from the best haha
I've played around with R a bit, but then a senior from a different team then said Python might be more relevant - but I got so overwhelmed trying to work out where to even start 🥲 another person from a different team said I should have a look at Python Pandas? My own team just uses SAS
I've also heard PowerBI, hadoop(?) and other things like that, and it feels even more overwhelming. A generalist course sounds great! I think I also wanted to get that out of a uni course e.g. spending a semester on different things to get a taste of everything, and hopefully get a proper list of resources for each to work with. Rather than flailing about googling things and not knowing which things are worthwhile or not.
Do you have any recommendations for generalist online courses?
You need to gain some definitions first start by reading this https://www.freecodecamp.org/news/aspiring-data-scientist-master-these-fundamentals-be7c54350868
From there I would experiment with a few of the skills that interest you eg coding, data, math, design, etc. Find a free beginner course (freecodecamp is a good resource) in each skill, spend a few weeks on it and then move on to something else. This will give you a great foundation and give you insight into what you might want to go deep on.
Whichever one you enjoy most go find a 3-6 month course that's well recommended (probably paid) and try to get to at least a reasonable level of competence in it and start applying that skill in the real world (applied learning is often the most valuable). That might involve pursuing a job or role change to allow you to get really good.
Hope that helps :)
Hmm, what is your planned double degree? I work full time and study 2 units a semester however its for a Masters, honestly it is a fair amount of work and I wouldn't sign up for 8 years of it. Since your doing undergrad you will be able to do summer sems and save 6m-1y however I still wouldn't do it.
I did a dual in Management/Comp Sci for undergrad, I took a programming job. Although the management half isn't that relevant to my job now, it was still worth it. However, it wouldn't have been worth it if I was doing part time. You give up electives and minors which makes it much more of a grind.
I would talk to the uni and see if you can do a Masters with your work experience (if you plan on doing something related to your work). 4 years is much less of a drain on your life and I will say it definitely fills the structured learning itch.
Bachelor of Science (Maths major)/Computer Science at Monash is what I had in mind. If I had to choose a single I would do CompSci with maths electives at RMIT.
My bachelor was in Economics and I currently do a lot of statistical programming all day every day, but I'm very not confident in my general Maths skills and applicability of my programming skills (I learnt everything I know on the job, and it's quite specific). So I'd feel better starting from scratch with a Bachelor's then delving into a Masters (I also don't think I can get into a Master's of CompSci even if I try to leverage my work experience anyway)
I've gotten into Masters of Econometrics at Monash in the past but dropped out before starting, but CompSci is something I'm keen to pursue
Ok since you want to go tech that opens up a lot of doors.
Have a look at the Data Science Masters if that interests you. It has a good combo of maths, programming and statistics. At my uni the Masters has many electives, so you can pick and choose what you like. You can do more maths, programming, stats or even econometrics if you desire. Worth checking out.
Otherwise, if you are deadset on a bachelors degree then I would do the CompSci with maths electives. CompSci already has a fair bit of maths, mostly discrete and algorithmic. This is less general however you should be able to find electives which can fill that void. Make sure to plan your degree around summer unit availability if you want to go down that path.
In general, I would recommend against a bachelors. For general maths I would reccomend something like [Organic Chem Tutor](https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEWpbFLzoYGPfuWUMFPSaoA) on Youtube. I personally am not the biggest fan of pure maths and am forced to do this stuff at gunpoint, this guy has been getting me through the two Math courses I am being forced to do.
Also have a look at [MIT OpenCourseWare](https://www.youtube.com/c/mitocw/videos) they have both maths and CompSci on there. It is modelled like the MIT subjects, so it has that structured learning vibe if you have the discipline to do it weekly.
Honestly programming is not really that hard. A few of those types of lessons and Youtube can help you have cleaner and more efficient code. The first few semesters will be them teaching people how if statements and for loops work in Python. Waste of your money and time imo.
Python is your best bet to start out, especially if you've been doing statistical analysis.
DataQuest also gives a very nice walkthrough for around $400 or something a year, if you want fundamentals of core libraries like numpy and pandas this is it. It also has R stuff but I haven't used it. Sounds expensive until you figure out what your HECS debt will be. I pay that much back a month in HECS.
There is also stuff like Google Courses and LeetCode. I recommend them a bit less. Leetcode is nerd shit and better for interviews at hardcore tech companies rather then more niche stuff like economic analysis. Google Courses might be a bit below your paygrade, check em out if you'd like.
TL;DR If you are desperate for uni I recommend Masters of Data Science for a general mash of programming, stats and maths and the flexibility of focusing wherever you want in those three areas. Otherwise your bachelor of Comp Sci with electives is a good pick.
If you just want structured learning look at the MIT OpenCourse stuff, supplement with videos like Organic Chem Tutor and Khan Academy.
For programming you have structured stuff like DataQuest & Google Courses, or doing your own projects and general Python tutorials.
Thank you so much for the advice resource list! I worked out that you can save a comment just to keep tabs on this haha
I get pretty overwhelmed when trying to work out where to start and with what. I think I'll just choose something and just do it and stick with it...I could have probably made some decent-ish progress just doing something than obsessing over choice 😅
Try out DataQuest and see if you like it, it might be what your are looking for from the programming side.
I went back to uni to do another degree (engineering) because I didn't like the career pathway of my first. I did full time study, lived in a share house, got the AUS Study allowance and worked 2 part time jobs on top (around 25hrs a week), then just worked full time during breaks.
From memory with my jobs and the study allowance I was getting around $500-$600 a week and that was no worries to live in the house, have a gym membership, go out on weekends etc. I studied at least 5 hrs a day on weekends to keep up which I didn't mind at all.
Have a look into the AUS study allowance, makes a massive difference for mature age study.
I've worked for Centrelink before and I'm so antsy about the idea of being on payments, I've seen what can go wrong when Service Officers make blunders 😂 I'm very glad the study allowance supported you though! It did what it was supposed to do
I'm keen to keep working full-time or drop to 4 days a week but no less with my current role, and I could sell stocks if I needed more money
I did a part time masters, was a massive time drain and not particularly worth it considering I don't really use it...
A bachelor degree may also not give you what you want either. If you don't feel like you're struggling with your current work, I'd suggest more targeted training or specialist courses instead of another bachelor degree
I've completed some free online courses previously and I reckon comparatively an actual course would force me to pay more attention/take notes/engage.
Work can pay for smaller online courses, but I'm reluctant to ask given it'll probably end the same way as other online courses for me 🙁 that's just for the programming side of things. I also wanted to study stats/maths since I bludged through the few maths units I had in my first degree, and I feel like uni would be better than an online course for that? Maybe I'm not looking in the right places for online material
It'll also be nice to start something new and be around new people. I feel like I'm stagnating a bit WFH so much, so on-campus learning would be fun
I also don't have an exact career goal in mind, I'm just thinking about what I want to learn. Ah I'm rambling, I'll keep thinking 😩
It sounds like you are also looking for something or someone to make you accountable. I would get your employer to fund some study where you need to commit to using whatever you learn in the next 6 months.
Depending on your study area of choice, you may find that you can do short term courses in person rather than just online, nor will you then have to commit to a full degree either...
GradDips and GradCerts could also be an option! But from what I can see those are at full fee rather than commonwealth supported like a Bachelor's/Master's, despite just being a few exact same units as the Master's (at least at the unis I've looked at). But then also I could think of it as paying more to save time 🤔
I just finished my masters in Phrenology. 🧘🏻♂️
Oh what, I thought Phrenology was debunked, there's a Masters in it? 😮 I've looked into it a bit before and read some articles around how it has been used in the past. Definitely an interesting concept to learn about and its context
If you think he is serious I think you definitely need some structured learning but not at a uni level which is a waste of time and especially money
I was trying to be polite, I'm a sickeningly agreeable person 🙃
I've tried online courses but the amount of online resources drives me crazy and I don't feel accountable for completing anything. So I figured uni would keep me grounded. I also miss campus vibes and tutorials believe it or not. I know there are much more effective/efficient methods, but I'm leaning towards uni making the most sense for me, despite all the drawbacks
I for sure understand it's not the most ideal option and uni sucks your money, but with my salary and work perks it's not as huge of a hit for me. I've been deliberating for a while now
I’m also a multi millionaire 🧘🏻♂️
Big money in Phrenology?
Used to be, i get paid in $LUNA
8 yrs of part time study, and you will have a positive, relevant result? Fkn do it.
You reckon? I know a few people at work studying, but they're all doing Masters (is it just me or is everyone doing/has done a Masters of Data Science???), so I feel like a dummy being so keen on an on-campus Bachelors which is lower level and will take me significantly longer. But I feel so keen! Applications open soon through VTAC so I think I'll just apply (pay the application fee) and just have the offer there and defer if needed maybe maybe
Do you reckon it's useful for their roles, looks good on paper, or makes someone stand out? I think I read something that Data Science is a relatively newer craze and can be a bit of a mishmash of courses depending on the uni, but I guess it also comes down to how employers view it. I think content wise I'm leaning towards focusing on a more technical CompSci degree
Real world experience always comes first over any education. Employers will match relevant experience. And then look at school. Depends on your career path really. What do you want to do? Then learn that / build up your experience with doing that be it data or programming. Side gigs will become your new norm. I don't like working outside work so I'm a Business Analyst at a bank. 🤣
"What do I want to do?" is a question that haunts me 😂 as much as I personally try to live a life outside of work, work always ends up such a big part of my life...I just want to enjoy what I'm doing and be interested in it. Which I know is not a real answer. But learning something to the extent of being able to make it a side gig sounds fun! Idk if I'll ever get that good though 😮
The short version: So US Li stocks have a decent run overnight, meanwhile during the ASX open, Russian state owned gas behemoth Gazprom retroactively announces *force majeure,* as likely political / economic retaliation for the world supporting Ukraine.
So one might think the world would want to move faster towards green energy, Li powerwalls and EV's etc to offset our fossil fuel dependence, I'm sure Sri Lanka would agree. But what actually occurs on the ASX is AKE, PLS & IGO all take a dump, can't make this shit up...
People spensing all their disposable income on imported LNG can't afford a new electric car
Just signed up for the gym, time to pump these red days away
You mean pump dicks in the showers right?
a little column A, a little column B
A little my column c
Just like yesterday ( for me) started green held for most of the day then red all the way...
Shorts covering on LKE?
Too cold for shorts
I would say the run is in anticipation for a fluffy announcement that they have successfully installed the 4th side of a shed and a cardboard box has arrived (the demo plant). Was supposed to be the 20th right??
Shorts making sure they're covered before that 4th wall goes up
4th walls gotta be worth a couple pips.
The fourth wall being installed will be a MAJOR CATALYST!!! Enough to warrant a SIGNIFICANT RERATE!!!! Shorters and downrampers are SCARED that LKE will be ON TRACK do deliver a SHED!!! Proves that LKE is worth a BILLION DOLLAR market cap AT LEAST!!!
Sentiment: Buy my bags
Disclosure: Bag Holder
or before the next webinar
Energy up 2%+
MAYday MAYday we have an energy stock down
Back up the truck boys. We have a code 138, tree shake in progress.
I found $5 on the street while walking early today, so stoked to realise some gains.
Celebrated by buying 2 litres of premium fuel.
Hopefully MAY and IVZ find a shit-ton of oil and pump it louder than your uncle burps, the degenerates can get rich and cheaper fuel prices for all, Winning.
and some poor cunt is realising losses today
Impossible, efficient market theory states that if there were $5 on the street, someone else would've picked it up already.
I had an idea years ago to randomly drop significant cash (say equivalents to $20, $50 and $100) in public places all around the world then time how long it took for someone to pick up the dosh. Even thought about the title for the article "time - effort value of money; or how we gave away bags of cash for science".
I bet who lost it had a Z1P wallet.
RF1 upped the dividend they're paying I think by like 5cents. Huge.
LSA just keeps slowing chugging up 5% a day lately. Not sure what that's on the back of, but I'll take it.
Still need it to go up around 120% so I can break even
Low volume again rinse and repeat .
SLC up 25% from its low, looking for another 25% after results.
I missed the very lows, lost faith... am breakeven now though.
Today I moved some financial tax instruments onto my personal balance sheet.
By that I mean I lost $100,000 🤡💩
Congratulations and....*screech* wait...what?!?
Fucking thing SUCKS!
I hold 19 companies (including options) and am currently in the green on just five of them. That feels suboptimal. How about you degenerates?
24 open...only 7 are green. And that's why I'm proudly in the bottom 10% of SelfWealth with a F rating. 🤡🤷🏽♂️😭
19 open, 7 green, 12 red. up 10% overall.
Three current holdings. Two green one red.
3 green, 2 red, 1 grey. Up $10. Winning.
I have 7 Green and 31 Red, but the Green have been solid gains so I'm only down 3.61% over the last 12 months! Mind you I was actually up 70.6% on 15 Nov 2021.
Love that diversification. Got to catch them all! ❤️
Yep, bit annoying really. Too many to keep up with. I'm thinking of consolidating. Something like the top 10 most high conviction.
4 green, 3 grey (incl ANZ in t/h) and 1 red.
Edit: yeah so I’m clearly having a reading comprehension fail day as I read that as red/green for today. Overall I’m 4 green and 4 red from 8.
Green on 2 out of 8.