S&P 500 ^GSPC 5,071.63 +0.02%
Tesla TSLA $162.13 +12.06%
Nvidia NVDA $796.77 -3.33%
Amazon AMZN $176.59 -1.64%
Apple AAPL $169.02 +1.27%
Alphabet GOOG $161.10 +0.74%
Meta META $493.50 -0.52%
Microsoft MSFT $409.06 +0.37%

If there is something in between, that something goes up and something goes down, then we are something in between, but that's how it always is :D

Yeah, but we all have a view, don't we? .D

I admit I really don't know :D I had a feeling before that it would go down, but now I really don't know,because the economy is going so I don't know why it would go down so much :D

It changes often and I often see it differently. I mean, I see it as something in between.

yep, volatility does its thing, but as I wrote here, at least it's fun :D

That's right, at least we're not bored :D

The question is what markets America is drowning in problems I said about them at the beginning of the year so America is not surprising that it is not much of course not every EU stock market is boring relatively nothing with potential or ideas that should move something European economy will go down slowly and vw concern will be the culprit

Now probably the most interesting market is Asia, India, Arabia. There are things there that have potential and on the US I see the sense to currently buy max Tesla nothing else from the stocks that have been around for a long time have much to make such a boom :/

I agree with you that the Asian markets you mention are the most interesting to me right now, there are a lot of nice titles there, what do you see the most potential in?

I am oriented to the Arab markets, I don't like to go with the crowd and it pays off a lot. the biggest potential I see in DEWA, Elm co. and ALANSARI

It's interesting how it changes from week to week. But completely. I'll probably be mostly bear by the end of this year. That doesn't mean there's nothing to buy, quite the opposite.

Yeah, it's a massacre, we're still in a very volatile market...

Something in between :-D I really don't know... every week it looks different... but I'm looking forward to it :-D

You're right, the mood changes all the time, at least it's fun ;)

When you really only put what you can "lose" on the market, it's fun... but I wouldn't want to be the guy who took out a loan for X hundred thousand on some guaranteed hit and now he's praying and hoping at some chart :-D