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    $Windmill(01850.HK)$ those who short will need to buy back at the end
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    $Windmill(01850.HK)$
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSWf6NRQZoM&t=44s
    "Hope has the power to fill our lives with happiness.
    We learn to cultivate hope the same way we learn to walk one step at a time.
    There must be times when we must make a courageous decision to hope even when everything around us condicts this hope."
    There are some ways forward.
    1) Sell and move on. At least recover some for future investment.
    2) Hold and monitor for months or years and probably suffer emotional stress.
    Honestly speaking, the fundamental of stock investment is always the same, put stop loss. Without putting stop loss, the person can hold endlessly and there are histories of stocks being delisted. Personally, I agree with most here that it is a lesson. I sold late, but I have sold nonetheless. Each of us have to make our own decisions, but regardless of what we decide, I honestly wish everyone who had been negatively impacted to recover your emotional turmoil and heal from it. To me, that's the high order bit. I've been recovering slightly, and I hope I can fully and confidently move on within 2 weeks to 1 month.
    I decided to learn the lesson, and move on. We may be Sob sad, disappointed, devastated, moreover, we need to find closure emotionally and move on. That's the most important part of life, i.e. healing our spirits and then we can strengthen our spirits to take on new challenges. Money is a huge part of life, but it might not be our totality. This lesson also taught me something, that I have been a bit too fixated on money, and need to allocate more importance to values and relationship that are worth more. Losing "enough" money allowed me to see past the value of money. I don't want to be "toxic" positive as I lost a fair bit. But I think this is a good lesson for myself. A setback worth about 1 year or my working time, but an "expensive" and "memorable" lesson nonetheless. I hope those who sell or hold will be able to "recover" back their spirits and learn on risk management, stock analysis, seeking alternate opinion / professional advice and appropriate placement of trust (not blind trust), which I believe are important lessons from this event. Once we recover and become stronger, I believe we can get over this setback by making prudent investment decisions.
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    $Windmill(01850.HK)$ We made a mistake, should cut loss if drop 10% from our buying price. That's the max losses for any stock trading.
    What's your view 10% as cut loss if it didn't work out.
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    $Futu Holdings Ltd(FUTU.US)$ Lesson 101, always put stop loss and never go against the trend to chase after dropping stars. Small capacity stocks and stocks that have lost supporters will never see a substantial rise. I'm going to out out, not because I don't believe, but I will take it as my lesson to put stop losses and move on. True that money is hard to earn, but the emotional turmoil is worse. There are so many other big stocks that have potential. These lessons will prove to be very useful throughout the future of investment years.
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    Patience - Key lever for winning in stock market

    Key success in the stock market is being PATIENCE… Do your research 100x before investing and once you’re IN, believe in your DD and stick to your belief and play ypur game. MMs and Hedges knows how to play with people emotion and scare them. Their success is your fear. Dont give your hard earned money for others game. Stay strong when market goes red and believe in yourself… $Meten Holding(METX.US)$ $InflaRx(IFRX.US)$ $ChemoCentryx(CCXI.US)$ $CorMedix(CRMD.US)$ $Kintara Therapeutics(KTRA.US)$  $Deciphera Pharmaceuticals(DCPH.US)$ $MoneyLion(ML.US)$ 
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    $Tesla(TSLA.US)$ Elon is just showing and proving his distaste for wallstreet ,investment bankers and Hedgefonds.they had to play this stupid quarter to quarter game ,like so many in USA,but not anymore.company and share have their own velocity now .
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    ColumnTech Roundup: Chipmakers and car companies hit the road together

    Semiconductors, automobiles and the potential for tie-ups between the two industries took the spotlight in the tech sector with seemingly everyone from$Apple(AAPL.US)$ to $Qualcomm(QCOM.US)$ getting behind the wheel this week.
    Let's start with $Apple(AAPL.US)$ which said...Absolutely nothing. But, reports that the company has developed a semiconductor "breakthrough", and will produce a fully autonomous electric car within four year were enough to send just about everyone wondering what companies might benefit from Apple putting a so-called "iCar" on the road.
    Other chip companies involved into automotive industry actually did have a lot to say during the week. One of those was $NVIDIA(NVDA.US)$, which got a big boost on Wall Street following its better-than-expected earnings report. Nvidia (NVDA) also said it was still pushing ahead with efforts to acquire British chip-technology company Arm Holdings despite more governmental inquiries into the proposed $40 billion acquisition.
    $Qualcomm(QCOM.US)$ wouldn't be outdone, as it said it secured a deal to provide its chip technology to BMW for a new generation of the automakers self-driving cars. Qualcomm Chief Executive Cristiano Amon also touted the company's automotive plans as part of its efforts to diversity into new industries for its chip products.
    If that wasn't enough, $General Motors(GM.US)$ also said it was working with Qualcomm and other chipmakers to supply semiconductors for its vehicles in an effort to get around chip industry supply shortages.
    Back to Apple for a moment. Chief Executive Tim Cook said Apple employees should plan on returning to the office, at least part time, on February 1. Apple also started up a new service program that will let consumers perform their own repairs on some Apple products.
    Streaming TV companies weren't being quiet this week, either. $Netflix(NFLX.US)$ unveiled a new website where it will show its top-rated TV shows and movies every week.
    $Disney(DIS.US)$ said it is raising the price of its Hulu Live TV service by $5 to $69.99 a month, but will include ESPN+ and Disney+ as part of the streaming package.
    $Roku Inc(ROKU.US)$ took a hit after analyst Michael Nathanson cut his rating on the company's stock to sell due to slower advertising growth on the Roku Channel. There were also reports that Roku is developing more than 50 original shows for the Roku Channel.
    After a bidding war between some of the largest TV broadcasters and streamers, $Comcast(CMCSA.US)$managed to renew its deal to carry games of the English Premier League for another six years.
    For people who use $Uber Technologies(UBER.US)$ a lot, the ride-sharing leader unveiled its new Uber One program where, for a monthly or annual fee, subscribers can get discounts on ride and free food and grocery delivery from Uber Eats.
    Tech Roundup: Chipmakers and car companies hit the road together
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    $BioNTech(BNTX.US)$ Vaccine stock getting some momentum. Calls above $275
    $Novavax(NVAX.US)$ Novavax, Serum Institute Of India Receive Emergency Use Authorization For COVID-19 Vaccine In The Philippines
    $Advanced Micro Devices(AMD.US)$ Seeing some unusual activity in this stock.  stock should move higher with NVDA. calls above $156
    $Home Depot(HD.US)$ stock breaking out on reported earnings hitting all time high. Calls above $406.5
    $Microsoft(MSFT.US)$ Stock in an uptrend. CO recently received analyst upgrade price of $400. Calls above $343
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    $Novavax(NVAX.US)$ I am hopeful and long in this. NVAX will cross their 53 week high in the future.
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