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Old 04-22-2022, 02:24 PM   #1
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What stocks are you shopping?

What individual stocks are you looking to buy during the Bear Market?

Iím buying NVDA if it drops another 25% to the $150 area, BLK ($640) under $500, and BRK.B ($335) around $275.
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I added more Vanda the other day at $10.85. It actually didn't drop at all today even though the market was down 1000 points.

Probably something to do with the $600m market cap, $450m in cash on hand, no debt, and $260m a year in revenue, $60m in profit.
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Looks like Vandas earnings are dropping quickly - expected to half NTM and further decline from there. Haven’t looked too much but I’m guessing they have stuff going off patent and nothing to replace it. That said, $7 in cash on hand on a $10 stock is quite unusual for a stock at least at this point still making money, even if declining.
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Yeah stuff going off patent but they are spending a good chunk of that $260m in revenue trying for other indications which hopefully will extend the patent life.

They had a big fail with Tradipitant, otherwise they would be trading at $25. Still, it is a ok play for me with as you say, $7 in cash on a $10 stock, with $3 a year currently in revenue. Even if they only manage to stagnate on that for the next 4 years, they should be at $11 in cash for a $10 stock by then.
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I have my eye on NVDA. I bought a few GOOG and a couple TSLA today.
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GE, F, MSFT, CSCO.... (Not necessarily in that order) Also keeping an eye on XOM and CVX
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Too soon for my liking as the FED has a few interest rate increases coming up.

I'll keep my energy equities: XOM, FENY, EPD, WMB, etc. I also have a slug of VZ I've had for a good while and I'll hold that or add to it if it drops into the $40's. The VZ is long term and pays a good dividend.

I sold my bond funds around the first of the year. As the FFR goes higher, I'll start adding one or two year treasuries.
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Nothing yet.

Too soon for my liking as the FED has a few interest rate increases coming up.

I'll keep my energy equities: XOM, FENY, EPD, WMB, etc. I also have a slug of VZ I've had for a good while and I'll hold that or add to it if it drops into the $40's. The VZ is long term and pays a good dividend.

I sold my bond funds around the first of the year. As the FFR goes higher, I'll start adding one or two year treasuries.
I am waiting a bit, too. Donít want to start nibbling too early.
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What individual stocks are you looking to buy during the Bear Market?

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Who says we are in a Bear Market?
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Old 04-23-2022, 04:24 AM   #11
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I nibble monthly. Just bought a little more T. Sold the spin off WBD.
Going to pick up some HQH once the rest of my dividends come in at the end of the month.
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Will keep an eye on TFSL and may add a bit.
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May add to SCHG, SCHD, SPYD, T.
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I'm looking at BX BAM BLK SPOT
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Iíve picked up some TSLA and COST, along with SBUX.
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In taxable account I bought T, SCHD, ENZL, and some cash to SWVXX money market.

In Rollover IRA I bought VXUS.

I'm leaning more to index ETF's these days.
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Bought 1000 shares of MSFT and 2500 shares of XOM today just before the market closed... I tried to buy 1500 shares of CSCO too but I missed it by 1/4. We will see.
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Bought 1000 shares of MSFT and 2500 shares of XOM today just before the market closed... I tried to buy 1500 shares of CSCO too but I missed it by 1/4. We will see.
Those are some big dollar purchases!

Hopefully, the PPT will be back on the case tomorrow and get this correction over with!

I sold a few Put options on Ford and XOM.
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I added to my MSFT, INTC, COST, F, TSLA and MCD.
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Those are some big dollar purchases!

Hopefully, the PPT will be back on the case tomorrow and get this correction over with!
Yep, for me anyway, I just couldn't resist... MSFT hit it's low for the year today and XOM and CSCO have been good swing trades for months now.
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