- Mar 27, 2018
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- Cleveland Browns, Tony Ferguson
Any smaller ones publicly traded? Draftkings has had it's run IMO ($18B marketcap), as has Pointsbet ($2B cap despite barely anyone using it).Got a couple US bookmakers on the radar. Mainly DraftKings, they have fingers in the right pie with UFC/NFL deals. Can only see online sports betting being legalised in more states in the future, once it does it will just take off and they will start printing money.
similar to what PointsBet has done in the short time it’s floated.
When shooting yourself in the head, once is never enough, particularly if you are still conscious. I decided to have another crack at BBUS, 120 more at 1.78.
One day their market will have a dip.
**** knows when, but one day ...
Has there ever been a period of low interest and QE like this in history? Hard to see anything tanking it short of a major disaster.S&P back above pre covid highs, surely this call will eventually come good for someone!
Money as cheap as ever + continued vaccine news + stimulus in the US almost a guarantee. There's a lot left to prop this up but it feels like the top is in doesn't it? People are far too bullish considering;Has there ever been a period of low interest and QE like this in history? Hard to see anything tanking it short of a major disaster.
geez that’s a lot of gambling. I’m a conservative investor, but I’d be pulling out of half of those unless you have an abundance of cash.
I don't know what most of them even are but if you need to ask randoms on the internet for advice, you haven't done your research OR you need more confidence in it...
Lols did you just buy everything that anyone ever mentioned on here.
I am looking at CRO as well because their business model looks attractive but there recent financials were a turd.I don't know what most of them even are but if you need to ask randoms on the internet for advice, you haven't done your research OR you need more confidence in it...
It also depends on your entries. If you got into SBR at 0.002 as opposed to 0.020 that's a massive difference for example...
OAR is in a hot sector and a neighbour to ADN I believe? I'd hold
IXR is also in a good sector. The rare earths ETF is rising & had a decentannouncement. I'd hold
CRO sounds good long term but they'll need another raise soon. Option conversion won't fund anything yet. If you're down on it I'd cut losses personally but we all have different risk tolerance. That's why asking randoms for advice shouldn't be of importance...
Of your list I hold
CRO (in at 0.011 and freecarrying)
IXR (average 0.012)
As NP said, that's a lot of gambling. Best to get pro advice if you're serious about it. All depends on your entries and risk tolerance though, so none of us can answer this for you
Oil is trending very nicely (as is coal). Energy in general is very sexy atm. I'm stuffed to the ******* gills in a junior oil explorer so I hope it continues.I think oil will still go up a lot more. It reminds me a bit of golds recent rally with how obvious it seems.
Picked up some WBC at around $15 this year. Was confident they would be a great yield play when the sector returns to some normality.Travel stocks are flying.
May have missed the boat on the big 4 banks.
LTR appears to be breaking out of it's symmetrical triangle however I would be careful given it doesn't have much volume. CRO is quite good fundamentally for a speccy.
Ah, a non-binding MOU. Aka a piece of paper. That is generally a reliable precursor to an unsustainable rally IMO.Good result selling out of AQX today and still very confident in NZS despite a bad day so far brings me to my next tip PM1 - Pure Minerals Limited A good story this one with a good announcement today. Will be a longer hold than both AQX and NZS though In at 1.8c And will top up along the way...www.bigfooty.com
expecting rockets today with this mornings announcement