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Gird up thy loins, Samwise Gamgee 🐮

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It took a massive f*king dump, stopping me out, then proceeded to rise again.

Like I've said for ages on this forum now, it's far better to buy a call option if you're long-term bullish on a stock and don't want to buy it outright.  But IG make it really f*king difficult to do so.

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Well really, the problem was that I got in too late.  :)

 

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Interesting one to watch from tomorrow on, after a nice big gapping open, pullback then resumption of upward move🤠

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Trade a reversal, if one appears - or go short if you are comfortable shorting an uptrend 🤯

 

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Well sweetheart, it's still going strong and offers ~5% dividend yield 😻

 

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