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NVDA + DELL + SMCI: What’s Next for AI?

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Join David Prince LIVE as he breaks down: -What’s next for Dell (DELL) after earnings -Why Super Micro (SMCI) is getting pounded so hard -Why there is only one Nvidia (NVDA) -What today’s Viking Therapeutics (VKTX) news means And MORE!

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Trading Success: Making Money vs. Being Smart

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You can focus on being smart. Or making money. These are NOT the same thing. David Prince of T3 Live’s Inner Circle explains.

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David Prince: Trading Strategy Update

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David Prince of T3 Live’s Inner Circle updates us on his trading strategy into June of 2024. David goes over: How to view the underperformance if IWM vs. SPY Why options buyers could be disappointed by Dell’s (DELL) earnings on May 30 Why Dell outperformed momentum favorite Super Micro (SMCI) How he played tricky solar […]

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The Bull Case for Viking Therapeutics

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The weight-loss drug market is booming as you see with $LLY and $NVO.@epictrades1 explains why $VKTX is one to watch, and why it could be taken over. ⭕️ https://t.co/XT0fy7n48t to join David pic.twitter.com/vZ3Z4rhbcY — T3 Live (@t3live) May 1, 2024 David Prince has been a long-term bull on Viking Therapeutics (VKNG) for some time as […]

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The FTX Collapse: A Love Story

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The FTX collapse and associated mess in the crypto market isn’t the first disaster of its kind.  And it won’t be the last.  Richard Feynman said “The first principle is that you must not fool yourself—and you are the easiest person to fool.” I tell my Inner Circle traders it’s better to be humble than […]

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The 7 Unbreakable Rules of Bear Market Trading

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A bear market can leave you broke, angry, and feeling like a fool. The bear doesn’t just want your money. He wants your sanity, confidence, and self-respect. In a bull market, you get rewarded for taking risks. And the bigger the risks, the bigger your profits.  Remember 2020 through early 2021? If you bought stocks, […]

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