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I don't keep the $PLTR+0.0% palantir, but I do check it now and then. Today, we may see a significant jump based on reports that the company will be cutting dozens of jobs. In other news, C&A and Palantir are developing an artificial intelligence model to optimize the product sourcing and replenishment process.

PLTR

Palantir

PLTR
$22.97 -$0.62 -2.63%
Capital Structure
Market Cap
50.1B
Enterpr. Val.
48.2B
Valuation
P/E
263.8
P/S
21.9
Dividends
Yield
-
Payout
-

Is anyone still holding $PLTR+0.0% stock here, or has that interest waned?


I don't own $PLTR+0.0% stock and I don't know what business they're in. The upside has been huge the last month and after earnings it absolutely shot up. Somehow I've been missing every train lately ;)

I'm holding them and it's great news, finally the gain is worth it 😀

Thanks for the update. I don't have the shares, but I am interested in the company and the shares so I am keeping an eye on it.

I'm watching them too, they could be an interesting company in the future, but at the moment I'm still not tempted.

Awesome, I'm currently holding a green position of around 20% after a long time, so I'm glad I was able to push the buy down :D

How much did you invest for the first time? :D

first time maybe 24, but when I look at the transactions I have the highest and 29 :D but that was for a few bucks, small, I created the position during the fall.

The growth is great, but it's been a lot in such a short time...

Hmmm, short?

Hmmm, maybe🤣

I don't hold shares, but today I accidentally came across a venture fund in connection with another company that provided them with capital from the beginning. If you know anyone who knows In-Q-Tel, maybe the only VC that is run as a non-profit:) The shareholders probably won't be surprised, but the main source of money for the fund is currently one of their main customers and it's none other than the CIA:)

Wow, I had no idea.

Well I also came across In-Q-Tel today when I learned that they funded Keyhole, which then became Google Earth:)))

Are shareholders really not surprised? :-D Most of them jumped in at a time when everyone was talking about Palantir and suddenly everyone else had it in their portfolio.

Honestly, I wouldn't be surprised if some shareholders have no idea what the company actually does, so then they probably don't even care who their customers are;)

I don't hold shares, but today I accidentally came across a venture fund in connection with another company that provided them with capital from the beginning. If you know anyone who knows In-Q-Tel, maybe the only VC that is run as a non-profit:) The shareholders probably won't be surprised, but the owner of the fund is currently one of their biggest customers and it's none other than the CIA:)

Who bought downstairs, so cg. But as you write, I'll check it out occasionally too, but I don't think I'll go for it just yet. The AI is cool, but I'm getting a bit crazy about it. Maybe a mistake, but I'm still expecting the market to go down and 2023 to sign sideways. :) Anyway, interesting info.

We can wait for a downturn, but it doesn't have to come, the main thing is to be invested and to buy regularly, that's the key.

I'm invested, but I'm also holding something, I'll see if it's wrong. I want to wait to buy more until there is some news on the US debt.