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I made a significant amount on UAL, took the profits before they dropped again, then sunk it into Exxon.  Its down a litte right now, but I expect it to go up within a year or two.  In the meantime, they pay a nice dividend.  Also bought a company called Mitek, but I am beginning to think that one wasn't a wise purchase.   

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14 hours ago, Squirrel said:

Cha-ching great day.

 

Carnival up 40%

Ford up 5% today for total gain 58%

Duke up 2 % for total gain of 16%

Walgreens up 6.7% for total 15% 

 

Still have

 

kmi down 13 %

Wfc down 8%

 

Can't complain though 

 

hope you sold all that yesterday lol

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On 11/9/2020 at 9:17 PM, Squirrel said:

Cha-ching great day.

 

Carnival up 40%

Ford up 5% today for total gain 58%

Duke up 2 % for total gain of 16%

Walgreens up 6.7% for total 15% 

 

Still have

 

kmi down 13 %

Wfc down 8%

 

Can't complain though 

 

Wfc up 31%

Walgreens up 38%

Sold ford at 70% gain 

 

Need to find another stock invest in. 

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15 hours ago, Davidson Deac II said:

Sold all my Exxon stock this week, made a decent profit overall.  Haven't decided what to get into next.  

Green energy stocks and EV plays. 

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4 hours ago, hepcat said:

Green energy stocks and EV plays. 

I don't tend to buy types of stocks, (green, oil, financial etc...).  I look at specific companies.  Are they under valued, over valued, well managed, poorly managed etc...  I bought UAL at 20 or so per share, sold it at 41.  Bought Exxon at 35-40 per share, sold it at 44.  Bought both because I felt they were undervalued and would eventually bounce back.  Sold them when I made some money and didn't want to stick around for the long haul.  I would consider buying green stocks, if I find the right company.  But I may hold off on buying anything for a while.

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