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FAST 2020-11-19 17:59:52I gave you $MAPT now $TTCS -.05. Lazar Shell 2.5M float-Now CURRENT. On watch for more filings. This one can go $1's fast hearing several rumors tba. $BRTX $ATVK $ANAS $CNGT $ $DSGT $ENZC $FTEK $DIEN $NPHC $OPTI $SSOK $TPTW $TSNP $FTGI $XMET $TSNP $CHNC $VISM $TSNP $EGOC $QUTR
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FAST 2020-11-19 21:43:39RT @StockRocket1: I gave you $MAPT now $TTCS -.05. Lazar Shell 2.5M float-Now CURRENT. On watch for more filings. This one can go $1's fast…
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FAST 2020-11-20 18:42:54$ncty can move fast. It’s up 16% right now
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FAST 2020-11-20 21:30:47@CNBCFastMoney Hi FM, Can tonight’s energy expert comment on WPRT, it is making some big percentage gains. Does it compete with PLUG? TIA Highlight
FAST 2020-11-20 21:56:10$TMUS and $CLNE through the pivot push it!!!!! @CNBCFastMoney Highlight
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FAST 2020-11-21 14:15:48@BeckyJxo Well I’ll have to continue the solo grind for a bit then to get up there as fast as possible so I’m not longer solo queuing all the time aha Highlight
FAST 2020-11-21 14:15:49RT @wheeinismybaby: Solar is the fastest soloist to get her win with sio, moonbyul is the highest female soloist sales with dsotm, hwasa br… Highlight
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FAST 2020-11-27 18:22:13Has Kimco Gone Too Far, Too Fast?
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FAST 2020-11-28 16:08:43Wall Street Breakfast: What Moved Markets
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FAST 2020-12-01 15:26:47Razer (1337) is an impressively fast growing gaming and fintech business. An alternative to Corsair (CRSR). This is a company that I am interested in, here is my research but please do your own DD. Let’s start with the risk factors and then move on to the exciting bits. Like all companies in this field, components are made in Taiwan and China. However the company is Singaporean company so this may actually be a good thing for their business as the relationship between China and the west becomes more fraught. Razer also heavily relies on the success of the gaming industry, although they are diversifying. Razer is a founder-led company who are developing a strong ecosystem that combines gaming and fintech with impressively fast growth. They also provide banking services specifically tailored for the youth and millennials worldwide. Although people are saying that Corsair is going to boom in price, Razer shows more growth potential than Corsair. They have a slightly lower market cap ($3.2B compared to $3.4B) and revenue ($911M and $1.47B) but their revenue is growing significantly faster (32% compared to 14% predicted for 2021). Most importantly, they are quickly becoming a significant player in the fintech arena. Razer Fintech was founded in 2018, is headquartered in Singapore and Malaysia, and is primely situated to supply many emerging markets. It is a leader in offline to online digital payments, where they pay users directly for geographical information that they subsequently use for advertising. Razer Fintech has submitted its application for the Digital Full Bank License to be issued by the Monetary Authority of Singapore and are considering similar moves in Europe and the US. Razer Fintech will be focusing on the underserved youth and millennials segment for the bid. Razer Fintech is planning to extend its current fintech offerings to digital banking services by building the world’s first global youth bank, Razer Youth Bank leveraging on the strength of Razer as a lifestyle brand synonymous with the youth and millennials. Other key numbers and facts: · Founder holds 35% ownership and there is no evidence of any insider selling in the last 12 months. · Cash balance of $586M with zero debt. · The market leader in gaming peripherals and premium (>$1800) gaming laptops. · Monthly active users of their software up over 45% YoY driven by esports and streaming. · Their Razer Gold gaming subscription service has seen an increase of 125% YoY in total payment volume. · 114% YoY increase in total payment volume of business-to-business and business-to-consumer digital payments in Southeast Asia. · Their operating expenses have fallen consistently over the last 3 years, not just as a percentage of their revenue (which they have, 40% to 24%), but also in absolute numbers ($133M to $115M). Corsair is up over 150% since it’s IPO in September but it looks like people still haven’t noticed Razers potential in gaming, esports, and fintech. Now could be the time to jump in on this stock. Please be sure to do your own DD and feel free to ask questions.   submitted by   /u/Former-Importance-21 [link]   [comments]
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FAST 2020-12-01 21:19:35Nio stock gets upgrade at Goldman Sachs ‘In hindsight, we underestimated’ Nio, Goldman Sachs says Goldman Sachs analysts flipped their stance on Nio Inc., saying that in hindsight they underestimated the benefits that the Chinese electric-vehicle maker would get from breakthroughs such as its battery-swap idea. The analysts, led by Fei Fang, upgraded Nio’s NIO stock to the equivalent of hold, from sell, saying in a note Tuesday that when they tacked on their sell rating in July they did so on valuation. They believed that “the share price at the time reflected over-optimism given no substantial changes to volume/profit expectations.” What’s changed? Mostly, Nio unveiled its battery-as-a-service program, expanding its market. Most households in China lack conditions to install private chargers, especially outside of main cities, Goldman said. The analysts also upped their 12-month target price on Nio’s American depositary receipts to $59.00 from $7.70. Nio launched its battery-as-a-service program in August; service users purchase a Nio car without the battery, “making it more price competitive against existing powertrains, while also providing the flexibility to change battery capacity depending on their needs,” the Goldman analysts said. Existing public charging stalls are often busy, but within “10 minutes, Nio car owners can swap their depleted battery with a fully charged one, which is much more time efficient than the fast charger stall that requires around 2.5 hours.” “In addition, (battery-as-a-service) also represents a systematic solution to the long-existing challenges for EV penetration, including battery degradation, battery upgradability, and lower resale value,” they said. Nio’s ADRs have gained nearly 1,100% this year, compared with gains around 13% for the S&P 500 index. SPX The average rating on Nio of the 13 analysts polled by FactSet is the equivalent of buy, and the average price target on the ADRs is $42.18, representing an 11% downside from Tuesday’s prices. Source   submitted by   /u/Brothanogood [link]   [comments] Highlight
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FAST 2020-12-01 23:47:57Musk to Tesla employees: 'Our stock will immediately get crushed like a souffle under a sledgehammer!' if we don't control costs Tesla CEO Elon Musk sent an email to employees Tuesday warning they will have to control costs in order to maintain the company's streak of narrow quarterly profits. "Investors are giving us a lot of credit for future profitability but if, at any point, they conclude that's not going to happen, our stock will immediately get crushed like a souffle under a sledgehammer!" Musk wrote in the email, which was obtained by CNBC. Tesla shares continue to trade at all-time highs, and the stock will join the S&P 500 later this month. Tesla CEO Elon Musk sent an e-mail to employees on Tuesday warning them that they need to control their spending in order to continue squeaking out quarterly profits, even though shares of Tesla are trading at all-time highs ahead of the company's inclusion in the S&P 500. This year, among other things, Tesla began spending to build a new factory near Austin, Texas, and another near Berlin. The company also embarked on a makeover of its paint facilities, which are part of its U.S. vehicle assembly plant in Fremont, California. "Investors are giving us a lot of credit for future profitability but if, at any point, they conclude that's not going to happen, our stock will immediately get crushed like a souffle under a sledgehammer!" Musk wrote in the email, which was obtained by CNBC. Electric vehicle news site Electrek previously reported the contents of Musk's email. In early 2020, amid sluggish auto sales the world over, Tesla cut some employees' pay temporarily, slashed contracts with temporary workers and fired an undisclosed number of workers after an annual performance review process. It has since rehired contractors and restored employee pay. The Tuesday e-mail echoes previous statements by Musk but does not specify how Tesla plans to mind its budget. On the company's third-quarter earnings call, Musk told analysts and shareholders, "We're trying to spend money at the fastest rate that we can possibly spend it and not waste it." But on that same call, Tesla CFO Zachary Kirkhorn said Tesla plans to ramp up its capital expenditures by $2 billion versus its prior stated plans to $2.5 billion in 2021 and 2022. Among other things, he said, the increased spending would enable Tesla to "in-source" things like some of its battery cell manufacturing. Tesla raised $5 billion in September through an equity raise but needs to pay down about $1 billion in this, its fourth, quarter related to converts. Shares of Tesla were trading above $580 ahead of the market's close on Tuesday. Source   submitted by   /u/Brothanogood [link]   [comments] Highlight
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FAST 2020-12-02 02:53:02think im done with penny stocks! fortunately it was not a costly lesson.....but I think I am done with them. ironically, my biggest win was my first penny stock....made 6k in a couple days. since then, ive lost a few hundred total in the last 5 i've tried. the allure of fast money, etc got to me. so even though im up a little, the crazy swings are too much. I just got into a stock on Friday and monday and was up 2k in a day and then the stock dropped like crazy today. its just too much of a roller coaster and i dont think i have the stomach for it. Need to learn to accept slower gains. I have not made much, but I am minimally up on square, SE, NIO, DKNG, etc....slow and steady i guesss I guess its true that most people arent suited to make a killing day or swing trading. thanks all   submitted by   /u/rammerman123 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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FAST 2020-12-02 03:17:46Thoughts on Greenlane Renewables? Greenlane (GRN) is a small cap renewable natural gas company that removes carbon dioxide from bio methane in gas and create a cleaner, renewable natural gas. This renewable natural gas can be used in infrastructure that generates electricity and can be used as fuel for transport. They have increased their revenues and cash flow Y/Y and have just hit profit last quarter. With EVs being so popular lately, Greenlane's natural gas is also a clean and affordable solution for commercial industries and in preventing waste build up in landfills. They have signed $38 million in contracts this year including one that would build new biogas systems for some Florida dairy farms. I think this company has a lot of growth potential and the natural gas industry as a whole will grow faster than clean renewable energy over this decade due to its efficiency and lower costs. What are your thoughts?   submitted by   /u/goldensn1per3 [link]   [comments]
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FAST 2020-12-02 04:25:59Fastly, Inc. (FSLY) Presents at 2020 Wells Fargo TMT Summit Conference (Transcript) Highlight
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FAST 2020-12-02 14:01:48Wall Street Breakfast: Mass Vaccination Highlight
FAST 2020-12-02 14:34:00: How the U.K. became first to approve the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, and are there dangers authorizing so fast? Highlight
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FAST 2020-12-02 18:16:00: McDonald’s McRib is back, adding to the big names popping up on the fast-food chain’s menu Highlight
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FAST 2020-12-02 23:24:13Walmart Is The Future 📈Walmart Is The Future📈 Buy Walmart! Trust me, You don’t want to miss out Overall: Walmart’s new online Walmart plus service is very enticing and costs little to run compared to Amazon. They could become the future Amazon if the amount of people with Walmart Plus continues to grow. They should make a lot of money online during the Christmas season and pandemic and you should expect very high earnings going forward. Walmart is making a push into the pharmaceutical sector, investing money into the space. They also announced a healthcare/ health insurance program recently. Health is an area of huge potential due to the Pandemic causing focus on the health sector. Walmart is the largest retail store but was not affected to badly by the pandemic. Since they are the largest retail store you can except the stock to rise after the current restrictions on retail stores are lifted without having to worry about it falling with bad pandemic news. Walmart is: - A new online retailer with huge potential Growing in the healthcare and Pharmaceutical industries -Set up to make money distributing COVID vaccines The largest physical retail company in the world. (Physical retail is a sector that goes up a lot with good pandemic news) These types of stocks are all stocks that people look at to find huge potential in growth. Walmart is really innovating and putting themselves in a position to grow a lot as a company over the next few years. There’s a chance that they will become the world largest online retailer and worlds largest Pharmacy along with them being the worlds largest physical retail company. That might seem ridiculous but it is entirely possible. If you think this is bullshit I encourage you to read the three news articles below and my in depth analysis of the stock. Thing to read (references and today’s news): Understanding Walmart Plus Today’s Walmart Plus News 2. Walmart Pharmacy New EVP And Plan Walmart Opening Pharmacies My Findings: Walmart is really pushing their new online store service Walmart Plus. Walmart Plus is like Amazon prime except Walmart Plus offers same day or next day shipping for free on any purchase and same day free grocery delivery. They are one of the only companies in the world that can do this because of their nationwide retail stores. Walmart retail stores near almost every town which allows for the faster delivery than Amazon. This faster delivery will entice people to join Walmart plus and gives them an advantage over Amazon. Faster delivery allows for them to ship perishable goods like groceries because they will stay fresh during the same day shipping. Walmart also can keep costs at a minimum for the service. Unlike Amazon they do not need to pay for huge warehouses and warehouse employees because they have many stores already established. Amazon also has to ship your products across the country first in a semi truck to a warehouse, then from the warehouse onto a separate delivery truck that goes to your house. Amazon has to pay Warehouse costs which include property taxes, upkeep, and the huge initial cost to open a warehouse. They also have to pay employees at the warehouses. They also have to pay for semi trucks, last mile delivery vans and the salaries of the employees driving them (or pay for a service like UPS). Keep in mind Amazon has become one of the largest companies in the world. Walmart offers faster delivery while avoiding the fees for warehouses (they use their stores instead). They also have much lower costs on delivery. (They ship your products straight from your local Walmart to your house). If Amazon has become one of the top 5 companies in the world imagine the money Walmart will make by offering a similar service with faster deliveries with much less operating cost. With the bump in online sales during the Christmas season, and people turning to online shopping, Walmart can expect to gain a lot of new users on its new Walmart Plus service. This makes Walmart a strong growth tech stock that could become the next Amazon. Walmart is making big moves in the pharmaceutical space. They are opening more pharmacies and putting money into their pharmaceutical programs Walmart announced a new Health and Wellness EVP Dr. Cheryl Pegus, the former Chief medical officer of Walgreens. They should be able to make easy money with covid vaccine distribution and start making more in the pharmaceutical space overall. They are looking to take over CVS as the largest pharmacy In America. (They are currently the second largest) Walmart also started a healthcare program looking to capitalize on the health insurance market and take some of the market from companies like blue cross. They are looking to combine their new ventures into health with Walmart Plus and roll out a program to deliver perceptions to your home. There are rumors Walmart could even be able to deliver covid vaccines to homes once they are available. Take that with a grain of salt as it has not yet been confirmed by Walmart. Walmart is the worlds largest retail chain. You would think that that they should have taken a huge hit with the pandemic like most other retail stores. They did not however and actually reported a 6% average grown in overall sales at retail stores. This is due to Walmart being an essential business because they sell groceries and other essential items. People still shopped at Walmart even with the pandemic going on which makes them a very stable stock. Just because they didn’t go down with covid does not mean they won’t go up when it goes away. I expect large gains in the stock once the pandemic is over. That took hours to write so I would appreciate it if you gave it an upvote and commented your thoughts :)   submitted by   /u/keenanodonnell1 [link]   [comments]
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FAST 2020-12-03 09:10:23Positivity for newbies without a lot of $ to invest Hey! I'm pretty new to this, but if you are too and you're anything like me, you've probably seen a lot of people talking about how they've bought 300 shares of this, dropped $2k on that, have six figures in ETFs, etc. I've even seen a couple comments scoffing at people who only have a couple hundred to invest. I dunno about you, but it can get frustrating and disheartening. So I just wanted to take a minute and say: you're doing great just by getting started! It really doesn't matter how much money you have. Sure, the more you can invest, the more you can (potentially) gain, but any profit is profit. If you want to get into trading like a lot of people do here, it's perfectly okay to start with $100, buy a share or two in something that seems reliable yet cheap, make like $5, sell it, rinse and repeat. You can work your way up to doubling or tripling your initial investment by just buying a good stock on a red day, waiting a few days, and selling when it's in the green by a few dollars. It's not as glamorous or fast as people talking about their $10k gains in a day but it is profit, it can be faster than long-term investing when you're just getting started, and it does allow you more money to play with without having to put in more of your own. And if you want to start investing long-term, any amount is a great amount. $100 in a savings account might make 0.20% APY, like what my bank offers. $100 in ETFs could get you ~10% annual returns. $10 in a year doesn't sound like much, but it's a massive improvement over 20¢. (And you'll almost definitely put aside more than $100 year to year anyway, but you get the point.) All in all, any profit is profit, the best amount to trade with is anything you can afford to lose, the best time to start long-term investing is always immediately, and it's perfectly fine if all you're making is a few dollars trading or investing. The important part is that you're getting started, so don't get discouraged! Best of luck to all of us =) p.s. Also, IMO, short-term trading is okay! As long as you know the risks (yes, even of meme stocks) you can treat this as a game or a casino or whatever you want. Like someone else here said, this is /r/stocks, not /r/investing. At the end of the day it's your money, and sometimes stupid-seeming risks will make way more profit overnight than safe long-term investments will in years, and sometimes you'll lose your life's savings in a day and wish you'd just gone the investing route with $VOO or something. Do whatever you're comfortable with, don't listen to anyone scoffing about what investing has become. (Although, I guess, take what I've said with a grain of salt too! I am probably just as new as you ;b Feel free to correct me on anything as well!)   submitted by   /u/sanguineicarus [link]   [comments]
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FAST 2020-12-03 14:03:03Wall Street Breakfast: The Great Delisting Highlight
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FAST 2020-12-03 15:38:25CROWDSTRIKE | OKTA | SNOWFLAKE | CHINA STOCKS ON THE WATCH | FAANG STOCKS & STOCK MARKET NEWS [12-03] Snowflake flops on earnings, while CrowdStrike and Okta spike, Will Chinese companies get delisted from the US? Let’s talk about what happened yesterday in the stock market Hey everyone! So, let’s start with the recap of yesterday as we saw both the DOW JONES and the SP500 up about 0,2% with the SP closing at a new record high while the NASDAQ COMPOSITE trailed and finished just below the previous close, down only 0,05%. We did see a spike in the VIX of almost 2% as this was quite a volatile day with the market dropping at the open before regaining traction in the middle of the trading day. We saw a relatively even market yesterday as 56% of companies were advancing on below average volume as most of the companies continue to trade well above the moving averages. The leading sectors yesterday were Energy and Financials with Materials and Real Estate lagging the market as Small and Large Cap value plays kept the market positive with companies like Boeing being up more than 5% for the day after good news on multiple fronts like Ryanair probably acquiring new planes and the first flights made with the new 737 by American. STOCK MARKET CHART Here is a complete HEAT MAP from yesterday as we saw an even market as I said earlier, with Salesforce being the only big looser in big caps as the stock continued to dive after the Slack news. I think this was a great opportunity to buy the stock in a dip as I doubled my portfolio value on the company from 1,5% to 3% of my portfolio while also getting in more on Boeing, Apple, Netflix and a couple of other companies. We also got the AAII investor sentiment survey yesterday as the percentage of bulls has increased constantly in the last month. This is usually a very bad sign for the stock market as corrections, consolidations or even crashes occur when people tend be over-bullish. I don’t think this will be the case at least for a couple of weeks, though I think we are poised for a small market correction in the near future before moving on even higher. Here is the most interesting economic data that will be released today as we get new jobless claims as well as services PMI and ISM. I expect the jobless claims to continue to get worse sadly for the next couple of weeks at least until the vaccine starts to get distributed with ADP November jobs numbers coming in yesterday shy of forecasts and at the lowest level since July, this is not great news for the jobless claims that will pop up early today. CALENDAR Great news came in this morning as the US is expected to have capability to immunize at least 100 million people by the end of February, that is great news, as specialist believe a herd immunity can be reached if there are about 60-80% of people either immunized or have already developed natural antibodies. We also have a couple of interesting earnings scheduled for Today, as I expect Kroger to beat the estimates, though I didn’t get any action on this, I did get some action on Marvell as I bought the stock about a week ago. While I expected Dollar General to do alright and I think we might see some disappointment in DocuSign just like I thought we would see bad reaction to great earnings with Zoom. [Later Edit: -Dollar General reported a beat on top & bottom line but did not offer guidance and the shares of the company have pulled back in pre-market trading 1,6% -Kroger beats EPS by 0,05$ but misses on revenue by $310M, shares down 4% pre-market] Alongside Marvell which I expect to beat the estimates of 25cents per share and also beat on revenue, I also bought Okta which released earnings yesterday and crushed expectations as recurring subscription revenue grew by more than 40% year over year as well as big increases in operating margins, billings and customers. This led the stock to spike 8% after hours as I will make a good profit on the investment and may even consider holding this position for the long term in the company. Also, one other staple company from my portfolio, CrowdStrike released earnings yesterday and delivered great results as the annual recurring revenue has grown more than 80% year over year while adding over 11hundred new subscriptions this quarter while also improving gross margins by 2%. The company also gave guidance for next quarter way over analyst expectations as that made the stock soar 13% The only big disappointment from earnings released yesterday was SNOWFLAKE as they have suffered the same way as Palantir in the first earnings report as analysts were expecting even bigger numbers after the huge rally the stock has had since the IPO. One Morgan Stanley analyst said that they needed to deliver around a 140% growth of revenue to make a good impact on the stock as the company’s revenue only grew up 102%. If it continues to drop it might find the way to a good entry point, but for the moment I believe this price is to high for the company. We also got news yesterday as the House passed the billt hat allows Chinese companies to be delisted if they do not comply with new auditing rules, as this measure is expected to by signed fast by Trump. I think this is good news for investors in the long-run as I don’t believe big companies like Alibaba will suffer from this, with BABA being audited by established PWC Hong Kong auditors, though this might be a bigger problem for smaller companies that are not able to follow the rules. I still believe Alibaba is a great company to buy at this price point as the company has dropped due to bad news developments in the last 2 months, but I think has a lot of room to go higher, even testing the previous highs of 319$ and surpassing them, especially with this holiday season having great sales numbers. This news combined with the recent upgrade at Goldman was music to the ears of Tesla investors as the stock rose almost 3% after hours and erased the daily losses. Other news came as the House is expected to vote on the MORE ACT, though this will be surely blocked in the Senate, this is still good news for the cannabis sector as states will likely legalize this way before we can a national bill. While Palantir dropped big yesterday after Morgan Stanley warned for a negative-risk reward in the stock as the stock has dropped more than 20% in the last 5 trading days, I sold out of my position on Palantir for a 40% profit recently but I may get back in if the price starts to make more sense. So, with the latest developments, I believe investors should not forget about the FAANG stocks that have brought us back from the depths of the March lows. FACEBOOK still gives small business that will be back when the economy returns the best bang for the buck in advertising, especially with the great platform that Instagram has become. While APPLE seems to be doing very well with the iPhone 12 sales and the new 5G cycle while also growing the services business very fast, that will bring them more and more steady cash flows for the company. Despite missing the latest sub numbers, NETFLIX, is still producing a lot of great content, has the most subs and the most content available for streaming and I believe they will remain the best in business alongside with Disney+ What can you say about AMAZON as they are a death star for every sector they get in… E-commerce is here to stay, and Amazon still has huge room for growth especially in Europe and Asia. While GOOGLE was the laggard for most of the year, with travel & entertainment returning to advertising, this will be very good for the company, as travel is the biggest advertiser usually. This companies will remain great owns for the long run, even if they underperform now, which I don’t expect, in the long-run this will remain some of the biggest winners in this new economy. And don’t forget December is usually a great month for stocks as people tend to not take profits on capital gains at the end of the year, so it is likely that people will keep the winners while also receiving a boost from the stock market Santa Claus effect. Thank you everyone for reading! Hope you enjoyed the content! Be sure to leave a comment down below with your opinion on the stock market! Have a great day and see you next time!   submitted by   /u/0toHeroInvesting [link]   [comments]
FAST 2020-12-03 15:58:14Yields And Inflation - Soaring? Not So Fast Highlight
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FAST 2020-12-03 21:00:26Zoom Is Not Growing Fast Enough To Support Its Stock Highlight
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FAST 2020-12-04 04:38:05Barron's on Electric Vehicle Maker of Trucks and Buses Going Public Another Electric Vehicle Maker Is Going Public. This One Is All About Trucks and Buses. Excerpt: Lion isn’t selling passenger cars. They are carving out a different niche in electric vehicles making school busses and commercial trucks. Lion’s school busses take on traditional school bus makers such as Blue Bird (BLBD). Lion’s trucks take on models from companies such as Paccar (PCAR) and Navistar International (NAV). Many of Lion’s trucks are targeted at applications such as waste hauling and utilities. Most of the traditional products Lion competes with are powered by diesel fuel. But electric vehicles make a lot of sense in commercial, fleet applications. Those vehicles, for starters, are driven more than passenger cars so the benefits from cheaper electricity for charging versus diesel accumulate faster. Also: Lion has had early traction selling its products and says the company has firm orders in place for several hundred trucks and buses in 2021, and sees up to 6,000 orders from its current pipeline. Customers tend to purchase a handful of vehicles at first, test them out in working conditions, then scale up their orders based on that experience. Existing customers include (AMZN), Waste Connections (WCN), and Molson Coors (TAP). And: [Shares of the reverse merger company], which will become Lion, rose 7.4% Monday after the deal announcement. Shares dropped 5.7% Tuesday, but Tuesday was a tough day for many EV stocks.   submitted by   /u/Torlek1 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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FAST 2020-12-04 07:53:26Chuy's: A Fast Growing Restaurant With Room For Margin Expansion Highlight
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FAST 2020-12-04 12:37:50This thought keeps haunting me since I started investing (This mostly refers to the first "general" picking of possible growth stocks apart from any fundamental or technical aspects, please consider this post in that way) When I started screening stocks in the past and also while keeping track of them right now, I had the weird feeling that most real growth stocks had their explosive gains when they were priced at a fairly "smaller" amount (around pennystock to ~$25 range) than the ones priced in the 3-4 digit range. As an example: Stock 1 is priced at $5 and Stock 2 is priced at $500. My mind keeps telling me that it's way easier/normal/more likely for Stock 1 to grow 400% to $25 than for Stock 2 to grow 400% to $2500. Which is basically stupid, because they both had the same growth. On the other hand it just feels to me that there are almost no higher priced fast growing stocks than alot of cheaper priced stocks that are growing rapidly. And this just feels a little bit weird to me, because there are also not that many stock splits happening for those higher priced stocks.. If you think about it, most of the higher priced stocks already had their huge gains in the past (because most of them didn't have an IPO that high and also started as pennystock or in the 1-2 digit range) and they turn into a more "established" stage. Like how could you expect them to grow another 400% in the future?? In conclusion, how could one buy a stock priced $500 (started at $50) with the hope for it to be a growth stock (which is funny, because it already was one) instead of buying a stock priced $10 which didn't have such rally yet and is expected to grow in the future. So, what's the reason, alot of people still buy a highpriced, already well-established and kinda saturated stock, that had it's huge gains in the past, expecting them to have such high gains again? ​ Be honest, would you really buy amazon now with the expection that it doubles again from $3200 to an crazy amount of $6500, while it almost doubled from $1700 since the beginning of this year? Please let me hear your thoughts on that, I'm really curious 😀   submitted by   /u/1x2BettingAcademy [link]   [comments] Highlight
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FAST 2020-12-04 14:01:14Wall Street Breakfast: Drumroll For Non-Farm Payrolls Highlight
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FAST 2020-12-04 15:27:27AMC & PFIZER NEWS | DOCUSIGN EARNINGS | LMND & DISNEY STOCK | STOCK MARKET NEWS [12-04] DocuSign crushes earnings and AMC may go bankrupt. Lemonade spiked yesterday over 20% while Pfizer confirmed delivery numbers, let’s talk about this and everything new in the stock market Hey everyone! So, let’s start with the recap of yesterday as we saw the DOW leading the way up almost 0,3% with the NASDAQ COMPOSITE close behind up 0,23% and finishing at a new record high while the broader market SP500 finished barely down for the day. All 3 of them were trading a lot higher intraday before the most recent Pfizer news popped up as they are only expected to ship half of the doses that were initially planned, but people spooked at this to much in my opinion. This thing was already known, when they published the candidate data in November, they also announced this number, but people runed away way to fast before going more into the data. Pfizer did not cut supply, they just explained why this happened in this latest headline. It is way better for companies to under-promise and over-deliver than the other way around. The VIX also saw a spike around the Pfizer news and finished higher for the day while 59% of companies were advancing with almost 150 new highs and just 3 new lows on below average volume of 11,5 billion shares compared to 11,7 billion shares in the last 20 trading days. CHART The best gaining sectors yesterday were Energy and Real Estate while Utilities finished more than 1% down for the day with small and mid-cap growth companies leading the way while the large-caps where lagging the market as you can see in this HEAT MAP as all the FAANG stocks were down with Microsoft also joining them. While TESLA continued to be red hot and Alibaba has finally regained some momentum. Here is the most important ECONOMIC DATA that will be released today as we will get nonfarm payrolls and unemployment rates in the early morning alongside the trade deficit, with Factory orders numbers coming in a bit latter. The FUTURES are largely higher today not only in the US but also Europe is gaining momentum after Germany manufacturing orders rose for the sixth straight month in October and Asia as the global retail sector saw an increase of 30% in transactions with the whole Black Friday to Cyber Monday period doing very well this year. While yesterday we got numbers on the NOVEMBER ISM as it continued to a sixth straight month of expansion with employment being the biggest gainer in the index with even greater numbers coming in from the PMI COMPOSITE with the fastest growth since 2015 as employment rose at the fastest pace in the history of the survey. Also, the Jobless claims came in whey lower than expected at 712k more than 60k below estimated with continuing claims dropping for the first time in the last 9 months to under 6 million Meanwhile we also got some sales number for October in the SEMI sector yesterday, as sales had big increases Y/Y and M/M with all regions ramping up sales on a monthly basis. This is great news for companies like Nvidia, QCOM, AVGO and many more. Moving on to the auto sector the US light vehicle sales forecast has seen an improved outlook for next year, up around 10% from 2020 at around 15.6 million with US EV SALES increasing over 70% next year, this could be a huge boost to Tesla and other EV ramping up players like GM and FORD. This is great news for Tesla after a big bear on the company just trimmed his short position on TESLA Lemonade had a big jump yesterday after the Motley Fool published a long pitch for this company. I also own this stock and I believe it can become a very big player in the insurance business in the future. At the moment the company still only has a small market cap but I plan to own this for the long-term(5+years) as I expect great things from them. But don’t just rush today in the stock because it spiked 20%, wait for it to cool off, maybe dollar cost average on it. While I am very interested to see what Disney announces next week as they may give new information on how the streaming business is doing and what the plans for the company are looking forward as 30% of the revenues of the company came from parks in the last years. I don’t think that parks are ever going to be such a big part of the company as streaming and content production will lead the way. But I still like this company very much as it is one of my biggest portfolio holdings and I can see this stock rising to 170$ in the near future. A couple of companies released earnings yesterday as DocuSign beat the top and bottom line with billings coming in at $440M way over the consensus of $386M due to many more customers using the electronic signature to close contracts. While they also offered guidance for next quarter of around $404M to $408M also better than consensus at $387M as the stock is up 5% pre-market. While Marvell missed on expectations as the company cited supply issues constraints that are limiting the capability to satisfy demand. Bad news also came in for AMC with Warner’s decision to send all they’re 2021 movies directly to streaming on the same day as the theatrical release. This combined with the fact that AMC is filling to sell around 200M shares, makes me think that this company is going to have the same route as Hertz. The cinema business wasn’t doing so great since 2017, and this might be the final blow for the industry. And one final thought, it might be a good opportunity to get long on Dave & Busters, Chewy, Adobe and Lululemon for next week, as I think they are all poised for good quarterly results. So, I will give all of them a small allocation today as I think there might be some good upside here in a few days, as there is a lot of money still on the sidelines with the most recent AAII asset survey showing that investors have more than 18% in cash on hands that can be pumped in the stock market. Thank you everyone for reading! Hope you enjoyed the content! Be sure to leave a comment down below with your opinion on the stock market! Have a great day and see you next time!   submitted by   /u/0toHeroInvesting [link]   [comments] Highlight
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FAST 2020-12-04 17:23:42NWARF Anyone done an DD on Norwegian air shuttle? Bankrupt COVID airline that is presenting a restructuring plan Monday. Looks as if they tried to grow too fast started struggling before COVID then when bankrupt. Now they have new ceo and are restructuring to be more of a local Northern Europe airline. Somewhere between .04 and .05 cents a share today.   submitted by   /u/camdavis33 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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FAST 2020-12-04 20:40:16Fastly(NYSE:FSLY) possible acquisition by Cisco The stock price seems to be surging when the rumors out this morning. FSLY peaked at $130+ back in October, but the news of TikTok stopped using FSLY service, has caused a panic selling, which resulted in almost 50% drop from it's ATH. Now the stock has slowly gained momentum. Now that Cisco is trying to buy FSLY, which would be interesting because Cisco has been falling behind throughout the years, compared to the meteoric rise of FSLY. As a FSLY long, I am not sure if selling is a good idea, since FSLY by itself is way more promising than joining Cisco to me. Any thoughts?   submitted by   /u/fairytailzz [link]   [comments] Highlight
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FAST 2020-12-04 22:35:00: Billionaires and philanthropy bigwigs want Congress to fix tax laws so charities can get more money faster Highlight
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FAST 2020-12-05 14:31:00How to hedge your portfolio with currency futures options Portfolio hedging is usually done for very big portfolios from hedge funds, institutionals and pension funds that want to cut risks in investing at overseas equities such as Emerging Markets but it doesn’t necessarily need to be so. Today we have multiple instruments that can help an individual investor hedge his/hers portfolio no matter the size. The main reason to hedge currencies is to avoid capital loss in your base currency. As an example note that since February 26th 2020 the SP500 at the time of writing is 7.4% up while in EUR terms it’s down. What this means is that as a European investor even if you made good choices you would still lose money because USD had a massive drop vs EUR and that’s usually all you would care about, that’s the currency you buy apartments, groceries etc. Same goes for an American investing in Chinese equities or the Japanese Nikkei. Traditional theory says that over the long term currency diversification would suffice but that means that you actually have a balanced basket of world currencies in your portfolio and that’s hardly ever the case. Usually an American would have 90% in USD and then 10% in emerging markets or a European would have 60% of his portfolio in USD because of the stagnant European stock markets during the last two decades and the popularity of FAANG stocks. OK enough said, let’s see how someone can do this. Preparing Of course we need a broker that gives us access to futures currency options markets. The biggest trading house is currently Globex. Interactive Brokers work well and also have nice visualization tools to see the graphs of when the options become profitable and actual numbers so you can make your own calculations. DeGiro also offers these services as well as the biggest brokers in USA (TD Ameritrade etc). Different hedging tools Ways to do it include futures and options on said futures, CFD options and shorting the currency pair. Let’s see all of them. Futures A future is a contract that enables the buyer or seller to buy or sell at a specified date and price the said asset (in this case either USD or EUR). That is a bit problematic for small players because these contracts trade at 125K minimums usually so if the expiry date comes you need to have that kind of money available. That also means that in order to hedge your portfolio you must have a big percentage of it available in cash form which kind of defeats the purpose since most investors want to actually have cash working for them either invested or available for new opportunities. Futures Options Futures Options are traditional options that you can read more about on Investopedia and we highly suggest doing that first because that’s a very complicated financial instrument. With options the major advantage is that you don’t need to have a big chunk of your capital that you want to protect available because options work inherently with (big) leverage. This is our preferred tool and you can see more about it on the example section. Shorting Currency Shorting the currency you hold most in your portfolio suffers from the same problem as the futures. If you want to hedge 300K in USD you need to have another 260K (approximation) available so you can hedge the dollar. Some Forex brokers will allow you leverage on this trade but the costs get out of hand fast and it’s not a long term solution. This is a good speculation when you want to actually short a foreign currency with a small part of your portfolio such as Brazilian, Turkish or other currencies in danger at turbulent times, but that’s not hedging risk. General strategy The best planning can be done with futures and shorts because you know exactly the target prices and amounts. With options it’s more of a hit and miss. First you need to chose how far out of the money your strike price should be. Bibliography recommends 5% to 10% OTM puts work best for hedging. Usual practice is to buy them 6 months out so you don’t speculate much on short-term geopolitical problems and roll them over mid-to-end so that you don’t mess with all the Greeks and get best value for money. Options trading specifics are very complicated and our common thinking in Loft Financial is to not compete with trading powerhouses because they are sharks and they will eat you alive. Very few people in the world can determine what’s a good price for a certain currency future option and you are not one of them. Thus, it’s best to roll them over at some point mid-to-late when it’s either at or OTM. The reason for this is that options lose their time value when they are very deep ITM and thus you don’t gain much by rolling them over sooner. Another big question is how much should you hedge for and what does this cover? You can play around and calculate when the options are ITM and profitable (after you deduct the premium) how much of the portfolio you can cover. A simple example would be: Total portfolio value: 100K which is comprised of 70K USD and 30K EUR Base currency: EUR Current EUR/USD: 1.22 Strike price: 1.25 An option for a currency future of the EUR/USD pair is trading currently at $1700 for a 5% increase of the EUR to 1.25 and becomes profitable at 1.26 (because of the premium). Now we can pick a price difference from now. Let’s pick 1.29 that’s 5.7% up. That means that more or less our portfolio will take a hit for 3500. We can see with some online tools (your broker should provide this) that this option will yield a profit around 3000 at 1.29 so we could say that *most* of our USD risk will be covered. As the option goes deeper and deeper the hedge is bigger and starts to also be a profitable investment while between 1.26-1.29 it’s a big on the lower side covering only partial losses. If the option expires worthless that means that either USD was steady and you lost some capital for the premium or it went up so you gained overall. Remember we are not trying to maximize profits but make the risk/reward profile better! How much of your exposure should you hedge? Following the theory that you need to be diversified, if you hedge all your USD portfolio then you would be totally exposed to EUR. We believe a better strategy is to be diversified and leave some USD exposure as well as other currencies. One could hedge for example only half of the USD exposure for best diversification and least expenses on hedging. Costs They are complicated and a function of the difference between interest rates between the currency pairs. It’s also important what the current situation is and if there is market turbulence, recessions etc. There are quite a few ETFs that are hedged and we can see that they are usually at the 2.5%-3.5% mark. They will always get a better price than us due to volume and direct services from banks and clearing houses. This is not a trivial cost and can eat up profits long term so it’s a double edged sword. Currently options to hedge EUR/USD cost around 2% for 6 months. Reads CME Group Managing Currency Hedging with Options Lund University European Investor Currency Hedging Interactive Brokers Mechanics of Overseas Trading P.S If you find value in this article please consider subscribing to the newsletter.   submitted by   /u/aelaos1 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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FAST 2020-12-05 23:14:35For those new to the world of stocks: A few lessons from a gal from her first year of trading Hi all. I have been trading for 9 months- and wanted to share my experience for all those trying to navigate this different world. This is for people like me-- no experience in finance, interested in learning and growing knowledge, and starting out with no knowledge. My background- Registered nurse in a hospital. I have no affiliations or interests in this post that are to sway anyone. I am posting this because I started out by investing time and lots of mistakes, and if I can help another newbie navigate in this community. Initial Investment in march: $3000 Current balance: $6200 Platform: Webull. I chose it by recommendation of a coworker, and I personally like it but I have nothing to compare it to as its the only one I have used. I do like the afterhours trading ability. Just a few of many things I have learned..... Be skeptical of many if not most posters on forums. I went in naive, small town gal who believes in good-- that "wow all these people must be right with their recommendations!" I now take it lightly, note the ticker and do my due diligence. I make sure to look at post history of anyone involved in stock discussions. I ignore anyone tagging multiple tickers, in fact block so they don't clog feeds. Keep a notebook. I write down terms when involved with a discussion that I don't understand to help me further my knowledge. For example, A stock I am investing that I feel will be doing very well very soon-- a discussion had multiple mentions of warrants. So I added to my definition list and went on to understand the companys warrents, what they were and why it is a factor in decisions. I write down definitions, terms I want to research in the future, lists of tickers I want to research, patterns I start to see in certain stocks-- its my little bible. Beware of some (maybe most) of the big pumpers. I learned this watching a notable twitter pumper that people treat like a god. You will and can make money of their suggestions-- but can also get severly burned. They buy in a stock they know just needs volume to make it go. It can be something that is junk. So they buy a ton of shares really cheap-- then pump it so a massive volume influxes it-- however by the time they post the pump its already gone up a little--- the pumper has made his money and exited and you are stuck when the stock drops rapidly due to exits. I say this with admitting you can be smart and make a couple bucks-- but it also comes with risk.... and ethically its a little gross. I saw this notable pumper brag yesterday about a stock he made 800k off of-- and his kingdom of followers are why. So I post this with caution as yes they can get you in the right direction-- but they use you to do it, and it comes at a cost to many people. I have found a few posters who I follow that post facts and always see posts by people as just a start- and its my duty to follow up. Read SEC filings. The website is easy to search, and this will keep you up to date on the companys stock filings. I am still learning and understanding the significance of each document. Find reputable due diligence. I am still developing this skill but so far I read SEC filings, I read releases from the company, history of the company. Websites I navigate are otcmarkets, investor hub, and business news sites. FOMO is huge in the market. I made so many mistakes my first month jumping into a stock by letting people pumping make me believe if I didn't buy it right that minute I would be left behind. This is absolutely wrong. I notate a stock I am interested in, and I watch its patterns. I look at the spread of buy ins too, to make sure I am not buying in at the top. I promise you, if you read social media and are scared of missing out- buying too quickly will lead you to buy too high. Stocks don't rocket as fast as they lead you to believe. Every stock is not about "to rocket" or go to the moon that day. Read the actual contracts. If you see a stock you are interested in- and theres lots of talk of its "going to rocket" due to a contract. Read and understand the contract. Contracts don't always mean immediate rise in stock. Sometimes the contract is contigent on certain things occuring. If I am interested in a stock with a known contract, and its not something immediate-- I write it in my stock bible to follow, that way I can follow the path the company is taking- and then put my money into it when its solid. I have found by waiting, the stock price is relatively the same if not lower, and I then use my money to invest in other things until that point occurs. Learn a little piece at a time. I see the stock market as an easy way to get overwhelmed and I acknowledge how little I know. So I learn a little bit at a time. Understand that no one truly can predict exactly when, or how much because the market has a lot of unpredictable factors... and honestly-- People with the most indepth knowledge of best choices are not going to tell you. I do not ask questions in forums regarding expectations-- I know its my job as an investor to do the legwork, and not for someone to hand me their hard work. It's my hard work. These are just a few of the lessons I have learned and thought I would share- I have many more of course. And I know I will have many more lessons and look forward to enjoying the ride. Cheers!   submitted by   /u/jamiegirl21 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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