Recently learned about feral horses in Australia. Who do you think would win if a feral horse were to face-off a red kangaroo in the wild.
This is no longer a bull market.
This is no longer a bear market.
We are now in a Kangaroo market.
Many will try to fight the kangaroo, but today I have officially decided to join the Kang Gang. Who's with me?
A kangaroo market is a very rare phenomena. Usually happens when shit is being all out of wack and gay. But let me put this entire phenomena in the simplest terms.
I don’t fucking know
Dear Kang Gang,
We must unite and gang up against the bulls and bears. This market is for us kangaroos only, let the game of thrones begin! Us kangaroos and Robinhood Traders have created new definitions in the lexicon of finance. Let's do this 20chans.
The 2020s to 2029s will be ours for the taking. No matter who is elected we will be the third party animal stepping in to take the Crown of Jewels from big institutions, HFT traders and hedge fund managers. We are the strongest animal there is and not even Animal Planet can stop us. What we did to HERTZ shows our strength and tenacity.
Raise our fists to kick the bears and bulls out of the market and show who's in control. VIX option trades will soon outnumber regular stock trades. This isn't their market anymore!
We have more liquidity than BlackRock and Renaissance Technologies combined because of Robinhood and JPOW stimulus
When we jump we can suspend ourselves in the air, prolonging winning tra
For reference Monty Python's The Spanish Inquisition
The market makers want to condition you all to buy the dip. We will see one or two more selloffs. These will recover just as it did today. It will give everybody a false sense of security. "I can just buy the dip. It has always worked. There is no need for hedging." When all of you are feeling comfortable in Kang Gang, Vix has declined and nobody is holding puts at the bottom of a dip anymore, thats when we finally drop to new lows. This way retail investors are left holding the bag, diamond handing their positions and finally selling at the bottom.
Play the Game, while it's still on. But beware, when the tune changes.
Warning: This is not financial advice, I'm retarded.
All right retards listen up, I'm frankly disgusted by the bitching and moaning I've seen on here the last week. You fomo'd into puts at the bottom, and then into calls at the top. Every step you make is the wrong one, and there's a secret back door in your computer that tells the fed which direction to make the stonks go just so that they can personally fuck YOU of all people, the guy with $300 left from the $20k you had back in January.
Well you're in luck! The King of Kangaroos is here to teach you to recover successfully from a rug pull, and how to negotiate that loss into some tendie sauce.
Market Background Information
Look around you. This market is easily the most fucked pile of steaming garbage the world has ever seen. Zoom, a video conferencing app, has almost the same valuation as Goldman Sachs, a hedge fund; a company that has not built a single product skyrocketed to 23B market cap (lookin' at you NKLA); an... keep reading on reddit ➡
So tonight I was driving on my street and I hit (got hit by) a massive kangaroo. Fortunately I was only doing about 50km/h and it was mid jump when we hit so the kangaroo was fine, I actually think it was just its tail that hit my car. Myself and passenger are also fine however my car wasn't as lucky. picture Im really hoping someone can advise me what to do based on the image, like do I need to take it to a mechanic or a panel beater? I feel like an idiot but I'm so clueless and stressed. The car still seems to run fine but obviously I don't know a great deal. I hope this is okay to post here and I'm quite new to this and freaking out so I apologize if it's a mess.
Update: so I left it with the smash repairers (who have also both hit kangaroos on my street) because they said it's not safe to drive, the radiator is bent in and there seems to be a fair bit of damage. Waiting for insurance to approve my claim but thank you all so much for responding!
There needs to be large scale,visible protests at this.
Couldn't be a better time.
They're most likely going to make two black,low paid workers take the fall for wealthy powerful paedophiles.
Everyone has heard about Hertz by now, but Hertz is only one of many strange stocks that people are buying despite their risks. Denny’s, Lowe’s, Colgate, and O’Riley auto parts all have a huge amount of debt but are still trading ok. So many people are investing in these stocks, I think there must be some theory to the madness. If I ended the post here, everyone would just comment ‘money printer goes brrrrr,’ ‘buy the dip,’ and ‘stocks only go up,’ so I wanted to highlight one stock and what analysts are saying about it to highlight what I mean.
I am going to talk about Denny’s [DENN] because it exemplifies these strange trends. Analysts are recommending buying this stock, but I do not understand why. Denny’s was not doing great before the pandemic hit. Denny’s debt has been increasing slowly since 2015. Denny’s debt increased by an average of 3 million dollars a month between 12/31/2014 and 12/31/2018 . The... keep reading on reddit ➡
This is trash DD yeah I know but it’s late and I’m lazy. They make sense to me so hopefully they make sense to you. Put gang FTW until Wednesday when the printers Pow ordered come in.
VALE: Iron ore mine in Brazil. Brazil is the second hardest hit country in terms of new cases of corona behind the USA, but they’re growing at a way more rapid pace. They already had to shut down one of their mines, which accounts for 12% of production. Corona is gonna get way worse there before it gets better, which means they would have to close more mines = less revenue.
VALE $10 Put 12/18
BHP: BHP Group - Australian iron ore mine. Australia has pretty much gotten rid of corona, with only 19 new cases over the weekend.. Iron ore is their biggest export, and China needs a fuckload of it as they continue to take over the world. BHP is the largest producer of iron ore in Australia. Australia also announced they’d spend $1B+ USD on infrastructure, including the expansion of BHP’s Olympic Da... keep reading on reddit ➡