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Old 11.01.2021, 18:32
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I suspect this may be a decent exit point.
Today GoPro has gone up nearly 13%. Another reason for listening to inner whispers of one’s instinct.

I presume to hold is a strategy here and let’s hope they will get their house in order one day.
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Today GoPro has gone up nearly 13%. Another reason for listening to inner whispers of oneís instinct.

I presume to hold is a strategy here and letís hope they will get their house in order one day.
It's up about 5% since my post, which is about the same as the Nasdaq at large. I'd still get it sold lol
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Old 24.01.2021, 21:44
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Anyone has got any experience with Lombard loans from SQ? Sounds like a tempting idea when stock market yields returns higher than 3%.

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Anyone has got any experience with Lombard loans from SQ? Sounds like a tempting idea when stock market yields returns higher than 3%.
Very dangerous ground. For one borrowing to invest will attract the attention of the taxman. Secondly we do appear to be in late stage bubble territory and I imagine a correction is coming.
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Old 25.01.2021, 02:32
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Very dangerous ground. For one borrowing to invest will attract the attention of the taxman. Secondly we do appear to be in late stage bubble territory and I imagine a correction is coming.
General guideline:
https://www.moneyland.ch/en/swiss-lo...ading-compared

Regarding the taxman, as long as there will be a distinguishing factor between private and professional trader, according to this:
https://www.moneyland.ch/en/stock-ma...ofits-tax-free

What bubble? The US stock market hasn’t even started booming to its full scale in 2021 yet and there’s still more to go.
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What do you folks think about ABB? It’s just a lazy Swiss stock generating hardly any profit over the years.
Very inclined to sell it pretty soon.
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General guideline:
https://www.moneyland.ch/en/swiss-lo...ading-compared

Regarding the taxman, as long as there will be a distinguishing factor between private and professional trader, according to this:
https://www.moneyland.ch/en/stock-ma...ofits-tax-free

What bubble? The US stock market hasnít even started booming to its full scale in 2021 yet and thereís still more to go.
Does anyone have actual experience of whether a simple reinvested Lombard loan triggers taxman interest?

It seems to potentially be incompatible with point 4 in the list of things to check (You use your own assets to finance the purchase of securities. Or: Taxable returns like interest and dividends are higher than interest owed on loans), but then so does my mortgage so that seems a fairly weak check.
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Does anyone have actual experience of whether a simple reinvested Lombard loan triggers taxman interest?

It seems to potentially be incompatible with point 4 in the list of things to check (You use your own assets to finance the purchase of securities. Or: Taxable returns like interest and dividends are higher than interest owed on loans), but then so does my mortgage so that seems a fairly weak check.
Nobody?

There are plenty of posts on EF asking about what level of leverage is acceptable, exactly which types of options may or may not be allowed, and what level of loss can be written off - but nobody has done a simple Lombard and lived to tell the tale?
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