r/wallstreetbets 28d ago

Time to quit… goodbye wallstreet bets Loss

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u/Brendawg324 1 day away from 140k 28d ago

How you managed to lose all that money on NVDA calls during its bull run of the century is outstanding :4271:

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u/OneiceT 28d ago

1140 call expired today, he thought NVDA gonna up 30% or something on this extreme high expectation that priced in.

This is more regard than NVDA put

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u/nickwwwww 28d ago

And he probably bought that when it’s already over $1000

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u/Wooden-Prize-4694 28d ago

Nope bought it at 950 and then averaged down when it hit 930… everything bought before earnings

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u/yao97ming I hate BBBY, and all of you. Pump and dump kids 28d ago

Looks like you don’t understand options at all

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u/Mattmoo609 28d ago

The amount of people asking “why is my 1300C red” after earnings is astonishing. Buying into something and having no idea how it works is common place these days.

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u/snerz 28d ago

I have absolutely no idea what I'm doing, but I'm still up about 12k

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u/ProjectManagerAMA 28d ago

Same here except I'm up $24k in the last 12 months with about a $30,000 initial investment. All the gains come from NVIDIA, Microsoft and a good chunk came from that GameStop tweet that I manage to catch early on.

I don't even know what the financial indicators are, no options, etc.

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u/_learned_foot_ 28d ago

That is amazing, now keep moving money into secure long term holds as you make profit. Keep some fun sure, but realize you are on a lucky streak so make it count and keep it safe!

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u/Brad_theImpaler 28d ago

Hey, shut up. I'm trying to see some financial ruin here.

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u/NoCantaloupe9598 28d ago

Don't let this convince you that you're an investing legend or something.

Literally just caught the tech train go wooo at just the right time.

Not that there's anything wrong with that, I did much the same this go around.

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u/quuxquxbazbarfoo 28d ago edited 28d ago

"More OTM == cheaper premium == I just get less return when it moves in the correct direction right?" Lol I think that is the thinking..

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u/Mattmoo609 27d ago

That’s what’s really crazy, I get the newb with 500$ in his account buying lotto options hoping to get lucky, but this guy could have just bought 4 ITM calls and would have made money. Instead he thought it was cool to buy 38 far OTM options and got cucked.

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u/Poppa-Skogs 28d ago

Enlighten that poor soul..

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u/yao97ming I hate BBBY, and all of you. Pump and dump kids 28d ago

Well I hope he knows more about options now after losing 93k

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u/PlayfulPresentation7 28d ago edited 28d ago

OP thinks he "averaged down" by buying more of the same calls at cheaper after the stock price went down.  That's not how options works.  That concept works with stock as the underlying company is still the same company you believe in, the shares just cost less for whatever reason so you want to buy more while shares are cheap. When a call contract drops in price, the fundamentals of the contract have completely changed and thus it has a new price.  A call option that cost $0.01 is almost guaranteed to lose you money, unlike a stock.  You don't pile in to a $0.01 option because you think it's a bargain.

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u/SouthernNewt2190 28d ago

I do appreciate the balls to risk a 100k without even knowing how options work. Stupid, but brave.

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u/FleetingBeacon 28d ago

I think there's around an 80% loss rate on options. Nearly all adverts in the UK have to disclose the rate, and it's something absolutely stupid.

Nobody seems to research before putting 100k on the line. Heck, go do some test trades on a test platform first before putting your money on the line. If you're ever saying to yourself you don't have time or whatever to work with the test market, you shouldn't be using it.

I mean you're well at home on this sub, but you're going to lose.

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u/PremiumQueso 28d ago

It's like an instant student loan. You learn something and lose a lot of money in the process, but much faster.

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u/beardofzetterberg 28d ago

The best way to make a small fortune as a beginning options trader is to start with a large fortune.

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u/ModthisRod 28d ago

Do you know where you’re at? This is WSB! Oh shit! This is WSB right?

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u/Unlucky-Clock5230 28d ago

Not really. You can replace bravery with ignorance at a 1:1 ratio. At a 100% ignorance you'll think it would be extremely funny to sneak up a horse from behind and smack it in the butt.

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u/yao97ming I hate BBBY, and all of you. Pump and dump kids 28d ago

He clearly didn’t know about IV because of earnings lol

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u/madmoomix 28d ago

I suppose the concept of averaging down could apply to LEAPS. If a contract is dated several years into the future, and you believe there will be a price catalyst in the near future, you could acquire the same contract at different prices over an accumulation period with DCA, which could involve averaging down. I've done something similar with a $DNA options play with some $0.5 strike calls expiring in 2026. Got a bunch of them at various prices as I've worked on my thesis.

This obviously doesn't apply to weeklies, or short term earnings plays, or 99% of the options trading people do here. Entrance and exit timing are all that matter for those types of trades.

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u/Prophet_of_WSB 28d ago

Instead of averaging down at all, I find it better to build a calendar spread underneath your strike (or above if it's a put). This way if it goes sideways you treat your original position and the short leg of the calendar like a credit spread and the long leg you can sell or roll out depending on the IV.

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u/arcanition 28d ago

This guy gets it.

If you buy OTM options at (for example) $1 per contract, and a day later it's dropped to $0.20 each, that is not a sign to "average down" on the contract price because it's now much, much less likely to breakeven as it is even more OTM.

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u/GayIsForHorses 28d ago

You don't pile in to a $0.01 option because you think it's a bargain.

You do if you still believe that itll be ITM by expiration. The problem is a lot of glue eaters here dont even know what theyre betting on. If your thesis for the option is still the same, you can absolutely average down your position, its just that derivatives have a lot more variables that can test your thesis.

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u/leviticus04 28d ago

He's learned enough to never do them again

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u/EQisfordummies 28d ago

No. Let him walk away. That game ain’t for him

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u/spitnik11 28d ago

Huge gamble, OP thought the bull run would explode by 5/24 (today) and all in'd. Theta ate all his contracts. So either OP is bearish and thought this will be a short volatile run (which makes no sense for a stock like nvidia) or he doesn't understand options? The real kicker is if he bought these 3+ weeks out he may have saw profit, either way with the stock split shares were the best play for his account if he really was bullish. Maybe a 10 to 1 split of shares to options if he wanted that kind of exposure lol.

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u/dynamic_caste 28d ago

The school of post-options poverty is pretty educational

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u/ChiefChaff 28d ago

I don't understand either because I'm afraid to learn

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u/fattmann 28d ago

Still haven't found a good break down without all the jargon. More likely is my gray matter is lacking...

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u/itsavirus 28d ago

What I use to explain options: You aren't just betting on if a stock will go up and down (and some sort of 50/50 guess) you are also betting HOW QUICKLY that stock is going to get to that price. So you may be able to guess if a a stock is going to go up or down but if it takes too long to get there its worthless.

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u/FrostySquirrel820 28d ago

I don’t understand either.

Which is why I don’t trade options !

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u/SilverbackBruh 28d ago

I badly want to play, but seeing posts like this, and not understanding why we are even able to play stocks this way, is why i do NOT

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u/PlayfulPresentation7 28d ago

"averaged down" on calls?  Lol dude.  

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u/confirmSuspicions 28d ago

This is why people say to diversify. You can bet 1000 93 times with that kind of stack. Crazy to go so hard on 1 thing.

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u/Mylifeisacompletjoke 28d ago

You didn’t average down you just doubled down

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u/AtomicBlondeeee 28d ago

That’s probably the best way I have ever heard it put.

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u/odensleep_530 28d ago

If you bought just the stock at 950 you’d be up 11% right now

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u/ChrisSlicks 28d ago

That's what I did, the prices on calls weren't worth it.

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u/deja-roo 28d ago

You essentially bet $95k on something you didn't understand at all.

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u/StonksGoUpApes 28d ago

He got his internet points though.

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u/thereisnogodone 28d ago

You're making $100k options play with zero understanding of this shit...

You make this kind of play with $500, you don't blow your whole load.

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u/kentalaska 28d ago

What if $500 is my whole load?

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u/StevetheSwift 28d ago

Well, that clears that up 😆

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u/IndependentGene382 28d ago

Don’t quit now, you still have 129.42

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u/Funone300 28d ago

Right if you go to Vegas and win 10 hands in a row and double up every time, Bam 💥 you have you 100,000 back 👍

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u/Funone300 28d ago

Of Blackjack 👍

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u/zaepoo 28d ago

Why were you buying that many strikes otm when you had enough money to buy atm?

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u/Accomplished_Ad6551 28d ago

I can't understand why someone would risk $90,000 on an investment tool without having even a basic understanding of it. These posts boggle my mind... Dude would be rich if he had just bought ATM.

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u/zaepoo 28d ago

Exactly. I bought spreads because that's all I had money for in my brokerage account. If i had 90k I would've bought all the 950c I could afford.

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u/DaddyDanceParty 28d ago

Yeah I'm so confused. $1140 is such a weird price point to target with that much available capital on a 2dte.

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u/HisRoyaleExcellency 28d ago

Averaged down the calls?! 😂😂 bruhhhh

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u/SqueegeeSorcerer 28d ago

It seems like reducing your average did not help you at all. Have you ever thought about not doing that?

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u/EntertainmentFit3288 28d ago

Average down portfolio value

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u/Reasonable-Bet6602 28d ago

I know you reasoning for buying the OTM short exp option cuz it’s cheaper you could average down throughout the day. But with option you lose money if the stock move the opposite ways. So for earning play just gamble 1 or 2 contracts of close to or at the money call or put (although they it’s more expensive) instead of 10 otm contracts. So if the stock move 1 way or another you will either make great money or lose it all. But OTM options will almost always make you lose all your money because IV crush on top of theta decay and most likely expire Out of the money and the small change of you making money is only when the stock move 15-20% move which for a large cap like that it’s hard (although Nvidia did it before) . But that’s just my experience.

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u/Objective-Fortune256 28d ago

so I think you need to do some reading and stuff before you dp options trading, You should think about some long term positions until you learn the ins and outsourcing options

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u/SirLouisI 28d ago

I interpret IV to measure uncertainty of the underlying price... and this uncertainty drives supply and demand. This is why we have IV crush after earnings. The uncertainty is removed by earnings and maybe guidance so IV drops, vega crashes, we lose money if we held options over earnings. Its counterintuitive. Good earnings, higher price in stock, our long calls should increase in price. Afterall, the delta goes up.

This is why we need to compare vega to delta at certain times of a companies life cycle.

Not always black and white with options and this is why they can be dangerous to the uninformed.

IV typically drops 40% after earnings (as uncertainty is removed). Vega, which measures change in price of option for every 1% move in IV, will dump as well... even if it is a blow out quarter (vega is not associated with the underlyings price).

Delta may increase if underlying price increases but vega will dump. when it is vega vs delta, vega typically wins.

never hold options into earnings. buy leading up to earning, sell before and buy them after earnings.

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u/VeryRealHuman23 28d ago

Nope bought it at 950 and then averaged down when it hit 930

I have ocean-front property in Wyoming..will sell for a good price

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u/elk33dp 28d ago

It's like no one's heard of IV crush. NVIDIA had such high expectations even if it hit that strike price you'd still probably lose money because premiums were so high pre-earnings. People expected it to do good and keep going up.

You don't make money on an earnings play if it does what's expected. Your banking on the unexpected.

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u/gekalx 28d ago

I checked Nvidia calls like three weeks ago and the IV was already going up lol. For good profits you weould had to have gottten them like a month ago.

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u/radioref 28d ago

*expires.

There's still a chance. Scared money don't make no money. He's gotta diamond hand this one till the end.

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u/BarRepresentative653 28d ago

Lol who would even buy that shit right now. Most people who played NVDIA earnings got obliterated because of IV

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u/radioref 28d ago

The computer on the other end of this trade was like "SURE I'LL SELL THOSE TO YOU"

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u/Frequent_Finance3904 🦍🦍🦍 28d ago

Exactly!

You SELL those fuckers, you never BUY them

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u/Reasonable-Bet6602 28d ago

If you mentioned iv crush you’re buying the wrong contracts

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u/OddFirefighter3 28d ago

WSB guys always trying to engineer new ways of losing money!

Every wall street firm buying mag 7 stocks - WSB guys buying puts

Stock up 4% on news - WSB guys buy more 0DTE calls just for giggles.

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u/Mountain_Tone6438 28d ago

Seriously.

He sees green profit and thinks it can go up another $100 in 1 day.

That only happened because Earnings call and Stock split. Cmon OP.

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u/gregsting 28d ago

Would have been less risky to buy 100k of lottery tickets

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u/Klutzy_Emu2506 28d ago

OP reads yahoo news

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u/dronegeeks1 28d ago

Or the motley fool 🤣

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u/Smitty_Haggis 28d ago

If he just bought the stock he would have been fine. It’s real easy to lose money with options in any market 🤣

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u/Mededitor 28d ago

Right. The OP started with enough to own 100 shares of $NVDA. That would have been a good move. Post-split, he could run 10 covered calls with almost zero risk.

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u/seviay 28d ago

Hey, when you have the opportunity to buy weekly calls that are 25% OTM on a stock that has tripled in the last 2 years, you absolutely take that bet! 🤣

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u/Joelico 28d ago

Truly regarded, he would have lost less money at the casino

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u/_Cromwell_ 28d ago

Silly me I just bought NVDA and keep making money. No calls or puts needed, just grandpa-style investing. The most boomer boring crap ever. I'm just here in wsb to know what NOT to do.

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u/ThisWorldIsCruel 28d ago

Hey brother!! Join me!

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u/Wooden-Prize-4694 28d ago

I am ready… are there any leftovers for us to eat?

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u/HEYOMANN 28d ago

Who's us? You're fighting him for the remaining scrap. Alpha gets to be the top for flesh pleasure time

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u/Squidonthebeach 28d ago

He'll probably bet there is another hug load of trash coming to the dumpster...

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u/Electronic-Disk6632 28d ago

Don't worry, your gonna get a mouthful soon

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u/fymp 28d ago

To eat? I think you are making mistakes, like that nvda.

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u/dudeatwork77 28d ago

Just swallow the protein after the shake

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u/Raven_eye 28d ago

This better not be the dumpster infront of Wendy’s!!

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u/jimmycarr1 27d ago

Honestly hate it when people brag on Reddit about their privileged real estate.

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u/corey407woc 28d ago

I’ll take a large Baconator with a chocolate frosty

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u/BosSF82 28d ago

based on his massive purchase of $1140 5/24 calls, idk if he's qualified for Wendy's.

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u/Ldawg74 28d ago

Not when you’re placing your “order” from behind the dumpster.

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u/jeditech23 28d ago

Would you like a free handy sample behind the dumpster? It's Dave's bust out special this week

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u/GeeLikeThat 28d ago

Bro they do 50 nuggets buckets at Wendy’s, wydddd

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u/TheRealMelonMusk 28d ago

$1,140 call??? Holy fuck dude get some help

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u/TylerDurden6969 28d ago

Aaaaaannnnd it’s gone!

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u/Spectre06 28d ago

The time to quit was actually right before he bought that insane call

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u/MostlySpurs 28d ago

He took a long shot sucker bet and wagered entirely too much. Basically put the whole stack on the Jets to win the superbowl

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u/lbmit 27d ago

Hi i’m sorta new to this could you ELI5 what a call is?

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u/[deleted] 27d ago

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u/ShesSoViolet 27d ago

Bless you darling, I finally understand wtf a call is, that's a much clearer explanation than most places give

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u/PingLaooooo 28d ago

See you Tuesday with that 2nd mortgage.

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u/zxc123zxc123 28d ago

This. See you next week OP.

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u/zech01 28d ago

You’re almost at 100%! You got this!

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u/AnotherThroneAway 28d ago

Hopefully he spends the rest of it buying a clue

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u/allincallsallthetime 28d ago

He’s probably already there. His options technically had “value” in this screenshot. They are now worth 0

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u/ObergrupenfuhrerChar 28d ago

Ive killed 3 accounts and left WSB 2 times. He'll be back

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u/spaniscool 28d ago

Once in, always in.

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u/Electronic-Disk6632 28d ago

Like your mom's butthole?

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u/spaniscool 28d ago

You don't want to get there bro, trust me.

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u/Electronic-Disk6632 28d ago

its too late, send help.... there are so many of us stuck here, and its so dark.....

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u/Odd-Reflection-9597 28d ago

I’ve had 4 accounts i think

Never left wsb tho :8882:

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u/ObergrupenfuhrerChar 28d ago

Its alot less fun to read when you get your ass clapped by some dumbass vix calls.

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u/siqiniq 28d ago

wsb does have a self-exclusion/ban program like a casino. People should use it more

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u/No-Cut-2788 28d ago

NVDA 05/24 1140 call? I mean did the 10% jump after ER move the needle? I know it’s more gambling than investing here, but buying 20% OTM calls that expires immediately is too pure of a gamble.

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u/tacansix 28d ago

Insane gamble *

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u/ryanv09 28d ago

I think anyone who bought 5/24 1140C's should be able to write off their loss as a charitable donation to impoverished market makers.

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u/arcanition 28d ago

Yeah whoever was on the other side of this trade made some free money off the premiums.

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u/quuxquxbazbarfoo 28d ago

It was almost me, but I sold four 1150 ccs so not me. Made $250 each. Almost risk free money.

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u/fd_dealer 28d ago

It’s not a gamble when you’re guaranteed to lose.

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u/EfficientPizza 28d ago

It did not move the needle

2nd candle is the day after earnings :4271:

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u/GayIsForHorses 28d ago

Would have been an insane win if somehow it miraculously panned out. Intrinsic value for those calls if they were ATM would be like $4.3m

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u/Skylis 28d ago

you could get better odds and ratios just playing a roulette wheel

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u/pareofdocks 28d ago

That chart is a perfect example of why you don't revenge trade

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u/Mindless-Box8603 28d ago

Isn't this where you look for a rich boyfriend for your wife who will support your gambling habit?

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u/Thelast-Fartbender 28d ago

Hahaha see you next w...

Oh wait, 94k?! Yeah maybe take a permanent break from here.

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u/lordinov 28d ago

This looks like a Wendy’s dumpster

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u/Bigballa997 28d ago

If your gonna drop 100k on calls at least know how they work first 🤣 buy options that expire over a year from now and hold it like a diamond handed gangster. Idk how people still don’t know this 🤷‍♂️

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u/HeyHeyImTheMonkey 28d ago

One year?! I feel like that’s for a different sub

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u/Minute_Disk9857 28d ago

Yes, WendysSideAlleyBets are for gangsters who hodl for 1+ years.

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u/eatmoremeatnow 28d ago

One year?

Its my gamble and I want it NOW!

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u/zaepoo 28d ago

You still have to be directionally right so theta doesn't bend you over

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u/BlazinHotNachoCheese 28d ago

Bull Put Spread

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u/BlazinHotNachoCheese 28d ago

The fact that he had 100k to put into the market says something. Most likely that he has a job that helped him save up that much in the first place. He just paid for a $93K lesson. I'm looking forward to what he's going to do with the knowledge.

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u/Aggravating_Bad8428 Learned my lesson 28d ago

Not guaranteed either. I had bought META calls early 2022 when it was still FB. Expired worthless Jan 2024

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u/UnseenMichael 28d ago

A fellow 95+% 🫡

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u/Lawlpaper 28d ago

Dude, why would you leave before you've even looked at taking out a loan? Who cares the interest when you can 300% on one play?!

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u/CortlandNation9 28d ago

Don't say that he's gonna actually do it

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u/arbitrageME 28d ago

He doesn't realize you're joking

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u/fliesenschieber 28d ago

Nobody so far said that they are joking :4271:

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u/arbitrageME 28d ago

That's a horrifying application of Poe's law

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u/TheManWhoClicks 28d ago

Why not work a lot, live frugal with ramen and beans, save a lot and come back here?

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u/Mountain_School_845 28d ago

Ramen too rich, need tinned soup

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u/TheManWhoClicks 28d ago

Tap water with ice cubes maybe?

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u/evlhornet 28d ago

I’m fascinated by these. Was it not time to quit at 50% loss? Not at 60% or 80% even?

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u/spartanburt 28d ago

Same thing when you see someone who's 600 lbs.  Why not stop at 100 lbs overweight?  200 lbs?

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u/evlhornet 28d ago

I’m being attacked

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u/fd_dealer 28d ago

50% is the time to quit, once you’re at 80% loss I’d say there’s no point in quitting. Might as well enjoy the rest of the ride.

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u/fugazzzzi 28d ago

Thats the thing, at 50% loss, no one in their right mind will buy these contracts off of him. He can’t get out even if he wanted to

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u/Wooden-Prize-4694 28d ago

I was about to but something convinced me I am going to back that money back… I was only down 13k when I started getting back into options

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u/asoiaf3 28d ago

Say that last sentence again, but slowly

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u/ra2eW8je 28d ago

mate you have to understand the math of losing:

if you lose, 10% you need to win back 11% to get back to break-even

if you lose, 20% you need to win back 25% to get back to break-even

if you lose, 50% you need to win back 100% to get back to break-even

if you lose, 70% you need to win back 233% to get back to break-even

etc etc (source)

when you're down 20%+ it becomes nearly impossible for the vast majority of amateur/retail traders to get back to break-even so at some point you must draw the line so you're not digging yourself out of an almost improbable hole

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u/fakieTreFlip 28d ago

why did you put the comma in such a weird place in all those

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u/arbitrageME 28d ago

Took me 6 months to dig out of a 30% hole once. Would probably take 2 years to dig out of 50% and forever for anyone more than that

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u/coldpornproject 28d ago

Thank you very much for sharing this OP I really enjoy learning lessons from other people and you have given me a life lesson I will never forget.

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u/anjuna-freak 28d ago

Proceeds to throw money at 0 DTE Spy plays

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u/ParakeetWithTits 28d ago

There is always a small spike of hope before falling off a cliff.

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u/otimanob 28d ago

No it's not. You still got 129 dollars and 42 fucking cents.

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u/MyCupO 27d ago

I used to use that money to get to $20K in one year, but with tremendous luck.

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u/Samjabr Known to friends as the Paper-Handed bitch 28d ago

buy ATM. If you think it's going up. You won't make as much, but you won't lose everything if it doesn't go up as much as you thought. That far OTM is just sociopathic

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u/shoozerme 28d ago

Don't understand what could possess a man to do something this boneheaded...

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u/quuxquxbazbarfoo 28d ago

See: recent post where dude lost over $600k >99%.

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u/All4megrog 28d ago

You haven’t lost $100k yet

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u/ThugLifeGamer 28d ago

Ill see you back on tuesday!

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u/Mountain_Tone6438 28d ago

WHY would you NOT sell those Nvidia calls??!?

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u/jeon19 :) The smile hides my ignorance 28d ago

I still see $284 never give up :)

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u/ezr1der_ 28d ago

That's what happens when you treat the stock market like a casino.

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u/Senior-Vanilla-6756 28d ago

This Looks like a Boeing 737 flight pattern

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u/rain168 Trust Me Bro 28d ago

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u/Haunting_Ad_6021 28d ago

No one likes a quitter.......

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u/Wooden-Prize-4694 28d ago

Last 3 months trading options :)

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u/UncouthMarvin 28d ago

At least, when you win, you win big :4271:

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u/Wooden-Prize-4694 28d ago

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u/theBacillus 28d ago

Well, that sucks.

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u/e7603rs2wrg8cglkvaw4 28d ago

I've seen gains you wouldn't believe. Meme stocks soaring to the moon in after-hours trading. I watched crypto pumps light up the night like fireworks. All those profits will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to log off.

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u/oVividz 28d ago

It’s bc you bought 38 cheap ass calls. If you had bought an in the money call for 12.50+ you would’ve seen profits. All of the may 24 calls got IV crushed, all of the may 31 calls that were in the money BEFORE earnings went up 100-200%. BUY IN THE MONEY, STOP SCROLLING TO THE TOP AND BUYING CHEAP ASS OTM OPTIONS

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u/ManyCommunications Ambatukam ​​​ 28d ago

Mfkr bought NVDA after ER :4271::4271:

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u/Key_Security_1569 28d ago

What a moron way out the money calls got crushed, MM's in their yachts this weekend spending your money on coke and hookers

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u/youngmat 28d ago

NVDA 1140 calls is insane.

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u/dank_summers 28d ago

Makes me feel better about my sorry ass 7k i lost past few months.

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u/AmphibianHistorical6 28d ago

Omg what killed you?

Man you should have just sold puts on Nvidia. It's literally free money. Slow and steady wins the race man. Just win a bunch on easy wins no matter how small they are. Be safe don't be reckless. That is how you build wealth. We all make money from working and saving up not winning the lottery.

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u/PremiumQueso 28d ago

This investing strategy needs its own youtube channel.

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u/TurdPounder69 28d ago

I guess that means it can only go up from here though eh?

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u/Ill-Maximum9467 28d ago

You still have $284.....

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u/good-times- Dumpster, Long John Silvers 🐡🐠 28d ago

See you Tuesday

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u/amesjay123 28d ago

Turn phone upside down

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u/garymacs 28d ago edited 27d ago

How much head pounding , folks here literally beat it in your brains to buy ITM calls! Yes it cost more! But Goddamit you make just as much if not MORE! You buy these contracts with a few days to expiration and at some stupid god Damn price expectancy and think your gonna make money. You’re not! You’re not going to make money ! All you’re going to do is piss away the money grandpa left you. And then cry that the market fucked you. NO! You literally fucked yourself ! I swear it’s post after post after post of the same shit lol. To all you regarded dipshits. Actually read the post in front of you. Put the crayons down for two minutes and read! Reading comprehension is a thing!

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u/Puzzleheaded_Ad2848 28d ago

Thank you for your donation :4267: