Arshak Andriasov

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Options Trading – Twtr Trade 7/6/17

Options Trading – Twtr Trade 7/6/17. Yesterday, on July 5th, I did some options trading. By chance, I accidentally saw the stock price of Twitter. Amazingly, this was such a wonderful occurrence. Knowing that Twitter is an undervalued company, and even more so their market value, I jumped  ...

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Stock Market Euphoria Not Over?
Finance

Stock Market Euphoria Not Over?

Stock Market Euphoria Not Over? This stock market rally has been done for the elite to have more money. Print more money, take more of it, keep the poor in bad condition, and quickly eliminate those in the middle. That is the tactic done to be able to buy companies, create projects that will  ...

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Twitter Trade 6/21/17
Finance

Options Trading – Twtr Trade 6/21/17

Options Trading – Twtr Trade 6/21/17. How many times have I posted about Twitter on YouTube and Facebook? Plenty! The stock price is ridiculously cheap. It has such a wealth of information that investors in the stock market just do not see. But I do! Twitter is still cheap and not buying  ...

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Ali Baba Trade 5/31/17
Finance

Options Trading – Baba Trade 5/31/17

Options Trading – Baba Trade 5/31/17. I am partially happy about this trade made today. I saw that the Nasdaq overextended itself and was due for a slight correction. Seeing that last week Baba, during their earnings report went from 114 to 124 in a single day, I saw a moment to buy puts.  ...

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Apple Trade 5/30/17
Finance

Options Trading – AAPL Trade 5/30/17

Options Trading – AAPL Trade 5/30/17. Today, I bought 24 Aapl 155 June 2nd call options @ an average of .47 price, trading around $1,130 worth. The average price of the stock was about 153.79. Apple has been my Achilles heal some of the times. Due to the fact that I wanted to make a quick  ...

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Credit Card Debt

The best way to pay off debt, if you do not have the funds to pay it all off, is to do a balance transfer. There are moments in life when you have to pay for something that you cannot afford. It can include student loans, food, and other important material things. Once you do this without  ...

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