ACCORDING TO GOLDMAN SACHS, RETAIL INVESTORS HAVE SOLD ALL OF THE STOCKS THAT THEY BOUGHT IN THE LAST 2 YEARS.

  1. Still holding shares of AMD and TSLA plus a fat autumn call on NFLX. Also jumped in the short term gambling on AMZN and have realized profit on the calls.

  2. I gotta say it’s really quite nice. My normal dumpster job only cost me $12 yesterday instead of the normal $20 because of the increased competition among dumpster attendants… and if you gotta ask what a “dumpster job” is, you can’t afford it.

  3. Retard here. I always read about “investing” for retirement but never read it explained just how exactly one funds retirement with investments they’ve accumulated. Ok so, I’m investing and will hold long. Then, when I’m old AF I sell shares every month to fund my lifestyle? Is that what “investing for retirement” means? Is that what your comment touches on?

  4. Retard here. I always read about “investing” for retirement but never read it explained just how exactly one funds retirement with investments they’ve accumulated. Ok so, I’m investing and will hold long. Then, when I’m old AF I sell shares every month to fund my lifestyle? Is that what “investing for retirement” means? Is that what your comment touches on?

  5. OMG what are you guys smoking. That is the biggest misinterpretation of a chart I have ever witnessed. This shows that retail investors started liquidating some of their positions, they are nowhere near liquidating their entire portfolio's. This data is also likely only representative of GS clients and not all retail investors.

  6. Also, if this meant that retail investors had sold everything they purchased, wouldn’t there be an equally huge gray hump to the net negative side of the zero line? This chart looks like it just shows that net buying peaked and fell and is just now at an equilibrium of 0 — equal buying and selling.

  7. Some conflicting information I guess. The other week I saw something about retail still buying the dips and institutional investors being the ones divesting.

  8. Goldman Sachs - the firm that left us as bagholders when they tanked the global economy and then got a hefty bailout. Yeah, like I trust them for anything.

  9. Goldman Sachs doesn't want to admit it's boomers cashing out for retirement and that they're stuck in this madhouse with a bunch of apes.

  10. I’ve been buying the last few weeks and just cracked 1% back into the green today, was down 40% most of this year. Persistence and patience is key. I’d be happy to break even until eoy23 when the bear market ends.

  11. Aka just pointing fingers...Goldman is as corrupt as it is incompetent. These dumb mfers were on the "transitory" train mantra too.

  12. AKA The government pumped and dumped citizens during the time the "world" was going through a pandemic and locked everyone down. And retards STILL think this is a democracy. HAHAHA

  13. There has been a marked increase in FUD lately. Especially in the form of gaslighting. Tells me the ship is preparing for lift off.

  14. And can you have them if you don't sell? I tough zero was a hard floor. Are you buying oil or something like it that can go negative?

  15. See now this is the only chart you need. As soon as they've scared off the chumps things will start going up to lure in more chumps to be milked. The way to beat them is to hold on so long you become 6 chumps and they have to throw change at you and PAY YOU to set up camp away from their front entrance.

  16. As long as they know the retail degenerate gamblers haven't gone anywhere...except maybe to run to the nearest Wendy's dumpster to secure some more capital for tomorrow's YOLO on some far OTM weeklies that u/ trustmebro assured us absolutely can't go tits up

  17. They want you to think retail sold. They sold and now they need retail to sell so they can buy the dip.

  18. That's funny I have double down on the stocks that I had just 2yrs ago. I'm a Retail trader that doubled up just in this year alone from 2019. Oh well Goldman Exlax must not surveyed me. Their loss.

  19. Goldman Sachs is designed to fuck you by nature. Whatever they say, do the opposite. They have likely secured a net long position (hence trying to promote this as 'the bottom') and want people to pump their positions.

  20. So apparently retail investors bought the Rip. Sold the dip, and then burnt all there savings so their fucked. Tell me more how banks and politicians should be trusted with more money because reta investors are asshats

  21. Our firm did similar studies. Not too uncommon for them to wait until retail is out then institutional investors buy in again … and the cycle repeats itself

  22. The real question is why do they have access to this data. Retail trading is like playing poker with your cards showing

  23. One reason of high employment rate, wait for few months and they will be back again with their earnings from Wendy’s and MCDONALD

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