Long term holds (Portfolio breakdown)
I will be breaking down my top 10 positions in my portfolio and explaining why im planning to buy and hold for the next five years. Here are the stocks I plan to make the post from.
(Not in a specific order)

$ENPH - Solar
$PLTR - AI Data
$XDNA - Healthcare/Gene-editing
$RKLB - Space/Rockets
$TSLA - EV
$MP - Materials (Treating it as a gold play)
$NVDA - Semiconductor /AI/SD (self driving)
$CRWD - Cybersecurity
$PSIL - Psychedelics
$ETHE - Ethereum (Crypto Play)
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All relevant, interesting corners of the market. Sounds like you have a well diversified set of holdings. Looking forward to your post!
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Rocketlab catches booster midair
As a big fan and shareholder of RocketLab I thought I’d share with the community something really cool that was achieved today.

Rocketlab successfully launched a payload into orbit and the booster rocket that got it there which normally falls back to earth and into the sea was caught midair by a helicopter.

Apart from being more sustainable and not adding to ocean garbage the hope is the booster can be reused further cutting costs to the business for payload launches. $RKLB

Here is a CNN article about it that explains it a bit further.

That is really cool and a differentiating process that could be huge for them! Thanks for sharing! I know it says they dropped it in the ocean right after catching it but it’s a huge step in the right direction! Do you know when their next launch will be and when they can try another helicopter catch?
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Are SPACs Back? My thoughts on a SPAC Picker’s Market.
Since SPAC sentiment hit it’s peak in February with the announcement of the CCIV and $LCID merger, it has been quite popular for mainstream financial media and financial Twitter alike to bash SPACs, and for good reason. Companies like $NKLA, $RIDE and $MNTS have left a sour taste in the mouth of investors for promising massive growth opportunities and downright lying in same cases. However, just like it has been a stock pickers market for all of 2021, I believe that there are absolutely some diamonds in the rough within the SPAC ecosystem.

Four companies I like moving forward include: $MP (Complete de-SPAC) $LCID (Recently went through PIPE sell off), $ASTR and $RKLB. These companies represent the various stages of a SPAC life cycle and offer very different investing/trading opportunities.

$MP is a rare earth materials mining company located in Las Vegas, Nevada that owns and operates the Mountain Pass Mine, the only currently operation rare earth minerals mine in the Western Hemisphere. MP Materials looks to grow the rare earth materials supply chain and return it to the United States after China has taken over 90% of the worlds supply chain. With the adoption of batteries for electric vehicles, increased use of wind turbines and other applications, look for this $6 billion dollar market cap company continue to make moves to the upside. Current analyst price target average: $45 (32% upside)

$LCID Lucid Motors is most certainly a household name for all investors by this point, engulfing retail traders in excitement and anticipation for the announced merger with CCIV in February, after which coincided with the significant drop we saw at the end of February and into March. Consistently labeled as the $TSLA killer, Lucid has yet to deliver a single car. Rightly so, there are a lot of questions about its high valuation just over $37 billion. While $37 billion is a high valuation for a company with 0 deliveries (this will change in October with the first vehicles slated for delivery), $LCID, like $TSLA, is a technology company. Batteries in development currently have over a 500 mile range and there are talks about licensing and manufacturing these batteries for other legacy automakers looking to get involved in the EV trend. With deliveries incoming, there are many positive catalysts on the calendar over the next few months. Current analyst price target average: $28 (22% upside)

$ASTR is a company I made a post on recently, with its recent earnings report along with its first commercial launch conducted for the DOD and Space Force. While the launch was not a complete success, getting to space is extremely difficult. I believe that the space sector of the market will only continue to grow its important and prevalence in our society. With possible contracts in the pipeline and a successful commercial launch on the horizon this stock has the ability to move. Current analyst price target average: $13 (36% upside - only one analyst initiated coverage)

Lastly, my current personal favorite - $RKLB. The only publicly traded direct competitor to SpaceX, Rocketlab has been named the “highest quality space asset to enter the public market so far.” With a proven track record of successful launches under its belt, $RKLB will look to continue building out its “Satellite-as-a-Service” business model along with its contracts with NASA and other government agencies. Perhaps most exciting is the mission planned to the moon for NASA’s Artemis mission later in 2021. With a rocket in development, the Neutron, a direct competitor to the Falcon 9, a mission to Venus and a mission to Mars, this company is a leader in the space sector. However, the lock up expiration period will end on the 22nd of September, so there may be movement to the downside over the short term. Yet, with missions planned for September 30th and throughout October, I will continue to DCA. Current analyst price target: $24 (37% upside)

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