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capital market

PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2018 2:18 pm
by Fixed Cross
A tread for identifying good investments, and general talk about he stock market.
This afternoon I am looking at marijuana stocks. pretty hard to get a handle on this.
Here's a link with a big list of existing companies.
http://marijuanastockstowatch.com
ABcann Global (TSXV:ABCN) OTC #ABCCF

Alliance Growers (CSE:ACG) OTC #ALGWF

Aphria (TSX:APH) OTC #APHQF

Aurora Cannabis (TSX:ACB) OTC #ACBFF

Canadian Bioceutical (CSE:BCC) OTC #CBICF

Cannabix Technologies (CSE:BLO) OTC #BLOCF

CanniMed Therapeutics (TSX:CMED) OTC #CMMDF

CannTrust (CSE:TRST) no OTC found

Canopy Growth (TSX:WEED) OTC #TWMJF

Cronos Group (TSXV:MJN) #PRMCF

DOJA Cannabis (CSE:DOJA) OTC #DJACF

Emerald Health Botanicals (TSXV:EMH) OTC #TBQBF

Emblem (TSXV:EMC) OTC #EMMBF

Friday Night (CSE:TGIF) OTC #VPGDF

Future Farm Technologies (CSE:FFT) OTC #FFRMF

Global Cannabis Application (CSE:APP) OTC #FUAPF

Global Hemp (CSE:GHG) OTC #GBHPF

Golden Leaf Holdings (CSE:GLH) OTC #GLDFF

Harvest One Cannabis (TSXV:HVST) OTC #HVST

High Hampton Holdings (CSE:HC) no OTC found

iAnthus (CSE:IAN) OTC #ITHUF

InMed Pharmaceuticals (CSE:IN) OTC #IMLFF

International Cannabis (TSXV:ICC) OTC #ICCLF

Isodiol International (CSE:ISOL) OTC #ISOLF

Lexaria Bioscience (CSE:LXX) OTC #LXRP

Lotus Ventures (CSE:J) no OTC found

Liberty Health Sciences (CSE:LHS) OTC #LHSIF

Liberty Leaf (CSE:LIB) OTC #LIBFF

Marapharm Ventures (CSE:MDM) OTC #MRPHF

Maricann (CSE:MARI) OTC #MRRCF

Matica Enterprises (CSE:MMJ) LOTC #MQPXF

MedReleaf (TSX:LEAF) OTC #MEDFF

MYM Nutraceuticals (CSE:MYM) OTC #MYMMF

Naturally Splendid (TSXV:NSP) OTC #NSPDF

Newstrike (TSXV:HIP) no OTC found

Nutritional High (CSE:EAT) OTC #SPLIF

OrganiGram (TSXV:OGI) OTC #ORGMF

PUF Ventures (CSE:PUF) OTC #PUFXF

Quadron Capital Corporation (CSE:QCC) NO OTC found

Radient Technologies (TSXV:RTI) NO OTC found

Scythian Biosciences (TSXV:SCYB) OTC #SCCYF

Supreme Pharmaceuticals Inc. (CSE: SL) OTC #SPRWF

TerrAscend (CSE:TER) No OTC Found

Tetra Bio-Pharma (CSE:TBP) OTC #TBPMF

THC Biomed (CSE:THC) OTC #THCBF

Tinley Beverage (CSE:TNY) OTC #QRSRF

Valens GroWorks (CSE:VGW) OTC #MYMSF

Veritas Pharma (CSE:VRT) OTC #VRTHF

Vodis Pharmaceuticals (CSE:VP) OTC #VDQSF

WeedMD (TSXV:WMD) OTC #WDDMF

Wildflower Marijuana (CSE:SUN) OTC #WLDMF

Funny developments around Elon Musk and Tesla, his emotional interview about lack of social life and reliance of Ambien for sleep drove the price down some 20 percent. Its the most shorted stock around so a lot of people made money from that drop. Probably Musk or someone he likes had a big short position on his own company. Why else would he go to the NYT to speak of drug dependencies? Or maybe he was just fucking with the shareholders who probably annoy him.

The crypto market is dead, it seems, since this winter.
Im not familiar enough with the war industry to pick good weapon stocks.
It seems a lot of money is still to be made with retail companies that havent complete an online platform yet.

other venues Id like to discuss:

Natural resources
Forex
Sound cancer treatment methods that are finally appearing in the mainstream, such as fresh blood therapy and armed nanobots.
Any Chinese companies that come out well during this trade war thing
Industries aimed at securing nuclear energy, with seems to be the future, given "clean energy" is dirtier than browncoal...

Just scraping the surface here, ultimately I hope to get this to be a thread that makes some people some money.

Re: Stocks

PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2018 2:26 pm
by Fixed Cross

Re: stocks and market play

PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2018 2:32 pm
by Fixed Cross
http://eoddata.com/stocklist/OTCBB.htm

(for end of day & historical stock data)

Re: capital market

PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2018 6:53 pm
by Destiny
Money is evil.

Re: capital market

PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2018 12:03 am
by Fixed Cross
List of Nuclear Energy Stocks

Ameren Corp (AEE)
Areva (ARVCF)
Brookfield Business Partners (BBU)
Cameco Corporation (CCJ)
China General Nuclear (1816.HK)
Dominion Energy Inc (D)
Duke Energy Corp (DUK)
Exelon Corp. (EXC)
FirstEnergy Corp (FE)
General Electric (GE)
Global Power Equipment (GLPW)
Global X Uranium ETF (URA)
IBC Advanced Alloys Corp (IAALF)
International Isotopes (INIS)
Kansai Electric Power Co Inc (9503.T)
Korea Electric Power Corp ADR (KEP.KS)
Lightbridge Corporation (LTBR)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd (7011.T)
PG&E Corp (PCG)
Public Service Enterprise Group Inc (PEG)
Siemens (SIEGY)
Silex Systems Limited (SLX.AX)
Toshiba Corporation (6502.T)
UR Energy, Inc. (URG)
VanEck Vectors Uranium+Nuclear Energy ETF NLRiShares S&P Global Nuclear Energy Index (NLR)


for example
https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/CCJ/
the largest Uranium salesman on the market is in a clear bottom range

Re: capital market

PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2018 6:20 am
by Mr Reasonable
NOC
LMT
RTN

Those are the warmonger stocks. American weapons companies. When the world needs to be set ablaze, these are the shareholders who get paid.

Re: capital market

PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2018 3:20 pm
by Fixed Cross
Awesome, thanks.

Re: capital market

PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2018 6:50 pm
by Fixed Cross
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/trump-ri ... 11336.html

He's a genius this kid.

Ending the quarterlies will reduce stress on companies by a factor far greater than any tax relief. Capital can move much more freely and larger investment and restructuring can be made viable. The power of statistics will decrease quite a bit in favour of the power of serious forethought. Quarterlies are also a crutch for bad CEOs, an excuse to hand the responsibility to the accountants and senselessly take gains and cut losses by a metric that simply isnt respectful to the 60 trillion dollars in play. To cut the burden of administration by half is a wise idea. A bigger pond of time space for fish that have grown really massive.

Re: capital market

PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2018 7:00 pm
by Fixed Cross
Also they cause stupid turbulence in the market. it's just not healthy for the company to live under this short of an anticipation span.

A longer period of time to account for itself gives the company greater freedom to focus resources on industry that would otherwise be spent self-profiling. Its like a philosopher meeting fewer people along his walk, more depth and more significant encounters. Meaning that the springs and earnings will have a freer relation to each other and less to the government and the neurotic investor.

Re: capital market

PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2018 8:04 pm
by MagsJ
Mr Reasonable wrote:NOC
LMT
RTN

Those are the warmonger stocks. American weapons companies. When the world needs to be set ablaze, these are the shareholders who get paid.

Re: capital market

PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2018 6:52 am
by Mr Reasonable
Eliminating quarterly reporting will make it harder for individual investors like yourself to know what's going on with a company's financials. So it takes information away from you to your detriment. Volatility is the trader's friend. No one ever got rich buying and holding shares of blue chip companies. If you've got wealth, then sure that's a great place to store it. But if you want to generate some, then you need ups and downs so that you can trade and have a chance to profit on a shorter term.

Re: capital market

PostPosted: Fri Aug 24, 2018 12:26 am
by Fixed Cross
Mr Reasonable wrote:Eliminating quarterly reporting will make it harder for individual investors like yourself to know what's going on with a company's financials. So it takes information away from you to your detriment. Volatility is the trader's friend. No one ever got rich buying and holding shares of blue chip companies. If you've got wealth, then sure that's a great place to store it. But if you want to generate some, then you need ups and downs so that you can trade and have a chance to profit on a shorter term.

It will mostly take away some of the volatility that is useful to insiders Id say, the market will always be full of rapid developments.

By the way look at this Facebook chart and tell me what it is going to do.

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Re: capital market

PostPosted: Fri Aug 24, 2018 9:10 pm
by WendyDarling
Facebook's stock is climbing when millions of its user base have quit using it? Many Western young people have lost interest in it since their parent's overtook it.

Re: capital market

PostPosted: Sat Aug 25, 2018 3:02 am
by Fixed Cross
A drop in the bucket.

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FB is adapting to a higher standard, becoming less trashy, after having hit rock bottom. Not by any virtue of Zuck, just good reporting and popular pressure. The Cambridge Analytics scandal has ruined Cambridge Analytics but it has been a edifying slap for Facebook.

Still, the stock is hovering precariously above a very consistent trend line, which is likely just some logarithmic of the Dow.

Re: capital market

PostPosted: Sat Sep 01, 2018 11:52 am
by Mr Reasonable
One thing that I always find interesting is that people tend to think that the stock market rising as a whole is inherently good and therefore an indicator of a "good" economy.

But think about it this way...

If I can get a share of a stock that pays a 1 dollar dividend and the shares are 50 bucks, then I can get a 2 percent return on dividends alone for as long as I hold it. But if it goes to 100, and I'm being a responsible investor and buying set dollar amounts in routine intervals, then my return, at least the guaranteed part is cut to 1 percent.

Higher stock prices mean that it's more expensive to retire, and tend to correlate with weaker currency. Fuck tje cost of a gallon of gas going up a few cents, or the price of a loaf of bread. When the blue chips and tje dividend aristocrats are up, it's harder for people to accumulate shares and retire.

Re: capital market

PostPosted: Wed Sep 05, 2018 1:57 pm
by barbarianhorde
How big can the weed market get?
A few trillion maybe. As it will replace most of big Pharma over next decenniums.

But what is the percentage now of how big it will get?

Which are good weed stocks?
NYSE listed are Cronos, Aurora, Canopy, Tilray, all up.

Re: capital market

PostPosted: Wed Sep 05, 2018 5:02 pm
by Jakob
Fixed Cross wrote:Twitter shares dropping like a brick today on the hearings, but all thats happened in technical terms is a restoration of the price to the trend.

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The power of statistical predictions makes life unfair to those that don't use them.

Re: capital market

PostPosted: Mon May 20, 2019 12:32 pm
by barbarianhorde


Tesla why is it dropping all the time, its sales are many times higher than in 2014 and the stock price has sunk back to 2014 levels... seems like a perfect time to get in... with the Chinese gigafactory upcoming maybe opening this year, and basically no competition yet from other companies and a whole 1st world which wants to go electric...

Re: capital market

PostPosted: Tue Jun 04, 2019 12:06 pm
by Jakob


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