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LOL. It is .2% of ARKK. It can go to zero and won't collapse the fund. It's .7% of ARKW. .185% of ARKG.

Those funds are long, long term plays.
Think your numbers are off.


As of two months ago, it was 6%.

But she has been accumulating a lot and now it's their largest holding even over Tesla.

The ETFs held over 14 million shares of TDOC on Tuesday at a value of $2.13 billion.

She accumulated another 1 million shares yesterday alone.

So if it was already at 6% of their total in May, became their largest holding in July (6-10%) and added another 7% in shares of the total in shares yesterday, it is a significantly larger stake than .2%
 

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I’m wondering if PFE isn’t overheated now with the extra revenue from Covid vaxes. That won’t happen every year.

Also waiting to dump t and hoping to stash that money for some ugly red days in the fall
 
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Curious, anybody here have Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) in their 401k or IRA? Seems like an interesting aggressive growth alternative since holding actual crypto in a retirement account isn’t yet possible on most platforms. I’m liking this strategy especially if it’s a Roth as that would mean tax free growth. I’m waiting for the SEC to approve actual BTC and ETH ETFs including Fidelity’s but Grayscale seems like a solid option to get a little crypto exposure in a retirement account for now. Thoughts?
 

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Daily, ARK reports updated holdings broken out by ETF. ARK holds a good chunk of TDOC, yet TSLA remains ARK's largest total holding by market value. See all 47 ARKK ETF Holdings
Yeah, Bizwire is where I saw the claim that one of the funds has TDOC as their top holding. It's ARKG. But it's only 7% of the total.

Same site I used. The 6+% is how much of the TDOC stock they own, not how much of the fund it is. The 5.88% weight is spread across four funds.

ARKK Holdings of Teladoc Health (TDOC) - Updated Daily (cathiesark.com)
 
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We started discussing this in another thread so I decided to start a new thread. Would love to know what sectors and stocks people are in, with successes and if you want to share, bad trades or holds. My brief story below:

Traded a lot from 99-01 but volatility of Dot Com Market collapse forced me out with a decent profit. Fast forward19 years, I dove back in at the bottom in March. Had some success trading Comcast the first week, got caught in a bad trade with Citrix. Had an initial wishlist of NFLX, DOCU, Roku and Comcast. Didn’t pull the trigger quickly enough and watched most run away. Roku and Gartner I’ve been in and out of but just can’t seem to win on them. Two big winners have been DocuSign and Five Nine Inc (FIVN). I’m out now except for a small position in DocuSign, as I expect tech stocks to sell off soon and want to be ready to buy on dip.

Stocks Im looking at adding:
MSFT
AMZN
FB
ROKU
TWLO
FIVN
BX (Blackstone)
Tesla
OKTA
PENN
Walmart
CCL (Carnival)
IT (Gartner)
Tesla, especially if below $700. That said, plan on holding it at least 5+ years. Recommend ARK funds as an EFT long term play (probably ARKK if you only want to invest in one ARK fund).
 
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Heavy hitters coming out of the woodworks to speak at Chainlink's SmartCon
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Heavy hitters coming out of the woodworks to speak at Chainlink's SmartCon View attachment 68832
do you think with all the talk of CBDC and pushing everything digital, that LINK and XRP/XDC are the ones to get into and hold? It seems so.

There are others such as sushi, aave, yearn etc
 

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I’m looking for a container ship focused ETF but the old one, SEA, is gone. Suggestions?
 
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I’m looking for a container ship focused ETF but the old one, SEA, is gone. Suggestions?
Not precisely a container ship ETF, yet the BDRY dry bulk futures ETF is in the ballpark. Neither suggesting nor discouraging, just sharing.
 

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21 of the 23 stocks I own were down yesterday, but still ended up pos thanks to Atlassian.
 
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Get yo link while it's still cheap
 
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Sure, but how many bought or also added LINK around $14?
Got more at $13.75, disappointed in myself that I didn’t get a whole lot more! Every crypto was at a huge discount but LINK at a 75% discount was arguably the biggest. It’s my 2nd biggest holding after ETH.
 

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Got more at $13.75, disappointed in myself that I didn’t get a whole lot more! Every crypto was at a huge discount but LINK at a 75% discount was arguably the biggest. It’s my 2nd biggest holding after ETH.
Indeed

I try to buy some, probably should’ve gone harder
 

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Anyone know of an app or website that allows the user to list stocks owned and show trends, stats, pre-market, etc?
 
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What's the purpose of a reverse split?
Reduce the number of shares for a company now its size. They had 8+ BB shares now 1B. They have been selling off businesses for years like GE Capital. Now have shares more in line with other companies their size. Smaller, more focused tech company...
 
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Reduce the number of shares for a company now its size. They had 8+ BB shares now 1B. They have been selling off businesses for years like GE Capital. Now have shares more in line with other companies their size. Smaller, more focused tech company...

i hate when companies waste money on share buybacks.

return it to shareholders as dividends
 
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