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  • Originally posted by Singuy View Post
    The day someone thinks fvrr is going down to zero is the day it goes up 10%. First few dips you think it's a misunderstanding by the market and it'll recover. The last few dips make you think maybe you had the misunderstanding and should just cover your losses.

    This is why having full understanding of the company makes you rich, not having that understanding will leave you in the dust.
    I don't get fvrr entirely, but EVERYONE i talk to keeps telling just use fiverr. Just get your website up and running. Hire a contractor for a website design. Or anything else. EVERYONE just throws it out like that's the new thing. I think long term a lot of people will be doing that small contract work through it. growth will be exponential. And covid just accelerated it.
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    • I bought more FVRR at 128 and 120 last week. Hopefully, we've seen the bottom.

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      • Originally posted by parafly View Post
        I bought more FVRR at 128 and 120 last week. Hopefully, we've seen the bottom.
        So that clearly wasn’t the bottom as it’s now dipped under $100. What are everyone’s thoughts? I’m sure many are sitting at a loss now.
        Steve

        * Despite the high cost of living, it remains very popular.
        * Why should I pay for my daughter's education when she already knows everything?
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        • Originally posted by disneysteve View Post

          So that clearly wasn’t the bottom as it’s now dipped under $100. What are everyone’s thoughts? I’m sure many are sitting at a loss now.
          Holding strong. Nothing in the fundamentals has changed, and I still see strong growth in the coming years.

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          • Bought some at 120 and 110 myself. Rocky road ahead? Maybe..but who cares..

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            • Originally posted by parafly View Post

              Holding strong. Nothing in the fundamentals has changed, and I still see strong growth in the coming years.
              This I also bought more. I just think this is it long term. I think the writing is on the wall for people to have these types of jobs and cobbling together work than full time permenant employment.
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              • FVRR lost 71% value since ATH

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                • I'm not overly concerned, and actually just put in an order to pick up more shares this morning. Long term, they still seem to be in a great position of growth, so I'm happy to pick up the shares on sale.
                  "Praestantia per minutus" ... "Acta non verba"

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                  • Is FVRR part of VOO?

                    We've sold all our holdings except for passive index funds and TSLA.
                    Last edited by Scallywag; 01-10-2022, 06:37 PM.

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                    • what a fascinating Ride to watch! (both the stock, and the hold/sell/buy actions being described in here)

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                      • Well today I am now down 33% on FVVR, I want but also hesitant to buy more. Would love to bring down my costs from the stupidity I had buying some of it over 200. And when it gets over 200 again to sell out the higher priced shares. lol.... I'm just wondering where the heck is the bottom? It's been going down since like November...

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                        • Originally posted by jeffmem View Post
                          Well today I am now down 33% on FVVR, I want but also hesitant to buy more. Would love to bring down my costs from the stupidity I had buying some of it over 200. And when it gets over 200 again to sell out the higher priced shares. lol.... I'm just wondering where the heck is the bottom? It's been going down since like November...
                          Same here. $85 could be a great opportunity, but I thought that at $90 and $95.
                          Steve

                          * Despite the high cost of living, it remains very popular.
                          * Why should I pay for my daughter's education when she already knows everything?
                          * There are no shortcuts to anywhere worth going.

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                          • Originally posted by disneysteve View Post

                            Same here. $85 could be a great opportunity, but I thought that at $90 and $95.
                            Well I picked up one share just 30 minutes ago at 84.58 but just one share. one share at a time I guess. lol. I refuse to buy too many right now.

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                            • I bought more. I am debating putting another $6k
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                              • Maybe I’m a sucker but it’s only money. I picked up a few at $84.29.
                                Steve

                                * Despite the high cost of living, it remains very popular.
                                * Why should I pay for my daughter's education when she already knows everything?
                                * There are no shortcuts to anywhere worth going.

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