We wanted the dash cam to be able to loop, record on as SD card and turn audio on or off. We keep our audio on off normally also low $$ outlay. We don't want the dash cam to record our saying "look at that stupid driver" and then get hit by him.
I don't trade for retirement security as my retirement pay and SS, with my medical and drugs covered by TFL, makes my stock plays rare. My first was Tesla, but I knew everything about them from 2003 on and Musk from a year or two earlier. I did and do USAA funds that are like watching paint dry. My opinion of day trading and cost averaging is that my funds and real property investments do that quite well. My Teslavwas $25k, then taken off the table keeping most of my then 800 shares that I built back to 1000 shares with an inheritance of 200 shares. So my initial investment of $25k there turned into $348k.
My MJ market plays are only my second and third individual stock buys. I remain in funds and doubling up on real property once we find our Colorado perfect final home, and cash out of this five acre and three year old home. By then I'll have lost my money, or made quite a bit with my little $37K play between Aurora 5000 shares and the 1000 shares of NBEV.
If I lose it I am not in debt or injured in any way except for pride. We both know the most likely bad scenario, despite already tripling the NBEV money, would be to break even.
Aurora will be listed on the NYSE next Tuesday, 23 October, 2018. Then we'll see what happens in the next couple of quarters.