Well, today I decided was a day to completely change my holdings on robinhood. Everything that I used to hold from my last post, I sold. Why? Eh, time to try new things I guess. I profited off all of them so I was happy. I'm sure they'll continue to get higher, but gotta move on right?
Here's what I bought.
With Coke, they weren't growing as well as some of the other stocks I had. Don't get me wrong, they made me the largest amount, but if I'd invested the same amount into some other stock like SNAP, I'd have made a lot more. Plus, people are more and more turning away from soda. They have other things, but eh. Took the profit and sold off.
I just sold Bank Of America and SNAP to be able to afford 2 shares of Nintendo. They recently announced the new Switch and I'm sure sales of that will help them out(targeted more towards kids, I don't wanna give my switch to young kids just cuz of how fragile it feels) upon launch.
ATT is just ATT. Sold them too. Helped fund Nintendo.
I bought MSFT because they've been growing a lot recently and I wanna get in on that growth. Theres the big "break up big tech" going on, but I don't think that'll happen, or if it does it'll be far off in the future. I plan on holding them long term, but might have a few sales of it in between.
I'll also be attempting to find a good amount I can set up as a reoccurring monthly deposit onto robinhood. Got that setup with acorns and its nice to see it grow there. I don't like it to be automated as I like to have control, but it's easy enough to deposit. Plus they've got instant access to money up to a point before it even goes through so thats another good thing about robinhood.
Took a little loan from @neoxian yesterday to help pay for some crypto related servers, without needing to put in from my card, hopefully SBD rebounds to $1 by the time I owe him so I just need to pay 100 SBD.
Remember, none of this should be taken as financial advice. I'm just a random dude talking about his own investment and you shouldn't do what I do unless you are fine with losing some money.