OMER 1970-01-01 03:00:0026.00 10.81 3.70%
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OMER 2020-11-17 05:09:50$EOLS [15s. delayed]: Issued Press Release on November 16, 22:08:00: SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Pomerantz Law Firm Reminds Shareholders with Losses on their Investment in Evolus, Inc. of Class Action Lawsuit and Upcoming Deadline – EOLS Highlight
OMER 2020-11-17 05:10:49SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Pomerantz Law Firm Reminds Shareholders with Losses on their Investment in Evolus of Class Action.. $EOLS Highlight
OMER 2020-11-17 05:59:04SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Pomerantz Law Firm Reminds Shareholders with Losses on their Investment in Evolus, Inc. of Class Action Lawsuit and Upcoming Deadline – EOLS #StockMarket #Stocks Highlight
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OMER 2020-11-19 01:56:53BioPharmCatalyst updates 11/18/20 $APVO buyout offer +31% AH $CORT patent win +23% AH $PFE $BNTX +4% Covid vaccine 95% effective $CRMD AdCom not reqd +8% Offerings $MGTX $STOK $KZIA +36%; $BYSI -30% Pipe updates $BLRX $CHMA $GILD $GTHX $HEPA $MIST $OMER Highlight
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OMER 2020-11-20 16:56:18Donna Carbell, Head of Group Benefits at Manulife, spoke with @kelseypinkshoe about using data analytics and engagement tools with customers. via Benefits Canada. Highlight
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OMER 2020-11-20 18:57:51$KXIN going out for a run 6 miles - $KXIN sell order set at $10 on 3 accounts $NCTY next BOOMER!!!
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OMER 2020-11-21 13:58:42E OVVIAMENTE il mio biciclettaio apre lunedì pomeriggio ok basta io mi arrendo a questo periodo di merda che non si risparmia un colpo
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OMER 2020-11-21 14:05:10VIDEO - Arriveranno domani pomeriggio i primi pazienti nell’ospedale temporaneo allestito nel V padiglione di Torino Esposizioni, al Valentino
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OMER 2020-11-30 20:44:15DoorDash said to raise IPO valuation to $28 billion DoorDash is said to have increased their IPO valuation target to $28 billion. Other companies in the market cap range include Peloton, Best Buy, and Hilton. DoorDash's closest competitors, Uber (via UberEats) and GruhHub, have a $87 billion market cap and $6.5 billion market cap respectively. DoorDash Quick Facts: The company said it has 1 million Dashers (delivery workers) and more than 18 million customers. DoorDash is the leading food delivery app in the U.S. DoorDash reported $1.9 billion in revenue for the nine months ended Sept. 30 and a net loss of $149 million. ​ Is $28 billion too high or too low? Are you buying?   submitted by   /u/FeCromartie [link]   [comments]
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OMER 2020-12-01 15:50:50TESLA NEWS | NIO SALES | NIKOLA STOCK CRASH | STOCK MARKET NEWS & MORE [12-01] Tesla and NIO shares are jumping after good news, while NIKOLA tumbles after GM goes for a much smaller agreement, the stock market loses ground as investors take profits, let’s talk about this and much more about the stock market Hey everyone and Welcome! So, let’s start with the recap of yesterday as we saw the NASDAQ COMPOSITE finish about flat for the day, the SP500 finished about half a percent down for the day and the DOW INDUSTRIAL was the biggest losers down almost 1% thought all 3 of them were down even bigger intraday. So, both the SP and the DOW finished with record monthly gains, the SP finish up 10,9% for the month above the previous record of 10,2% exactly 40 years ago, while the DOW finished up 11,9% and topped the previous record from 1987 with the Nasdaq also having its best month since the middle of the dot-com boom in 2001. The VIX also finished down more than 1% for the day though at one point it almost hit the 23 mark. Almost 70% of companies were declining yesterday on above average volume, as I believe investors were taking profits after the big gains from this huge November rally that we had. CHART Energy was the biggest loser yesterday as the whole sectors finished down more than 5% while the only 2 sectors in the green were Technology and Health Care as we saw value plays struggling through the day while large cap growth companies were gaining, led by Apple as you can see in this HEAT MAP, which finished the day up over 2% while the whole financial and energy sectors were down big. Here are the biggest economic data that we are expecting today, as we will see numbers from the MARKIT PMI and the ISM INDEX with vehicle sales arriving later in the day. Also only one big company is expected to report earnings today, Salesforce, which is also expected to close a deal today to buy Slack in a cash-only deal. Salesforce is expected to maintain its EPS flat year over year with revenues increasing by more than 16%. I fully expect this to be beaten as this company has gone under appreciated in my opinion as smaller cloud companies have seen the bulk of the stock market gains. If they manage to buy Slack that will be a very positive thing for the company’s future as they will move on to bring a new challenge to the Microsoft bundle. SLACK NEWS Great news came in the early morning today, as the OECD revised it’s GDP contraction up 0,3% with a real GDP growth forecasted at over 4% next year and 3,7% in 2022 as China is expected to account for one-third of the world economic growth next year, it might be the time to get more into that part of the stock market as they are expected to have a GDP growth of 8% next year. Also, despite dropping more than 3% yesterday, Tesla saw it’s shares bounce back after the news that it will be added at full float-adjusted market cap all at once on Dec. 21 due to its ability to accommodate big trades. With other good news coming yesterday also as China finally approved the selling of the Model Y in the country. Also relating to the EV world, NIO just announced while writing this post an increase of over 100% in delivery numbers for November to over 5 thousand cars. As they company keeps it over 100% year over year deliveries increase and are expected to continue the accelerations of production capacity to accommodate the bigger order numbers. While the hydrogen power Nikola seen it’s share drop yesterday after a worse than expected deal with GM, as GM has pulled back from its initial far bigger commitment with Nikola as the 2 companies signed a non-binding memorandum that expires at the end of next year, so things may get even worse for Nikola as they also scrapped plans to build the Nikola Badger electric pickup and will refund order deposits for the truck. This resulted in an over 25% drop in Nikola shares and I expect this to go even lower, as the former CEO Milton will see about 130 million shares unlocked today and a total unlock of 161 million shares, that is more than the current free float shares available for the company at 117 million. If he decides to sell those, that will crush the stock… So, I think a 15-16 $ price in the near future is possible even with Milton selling his shares. Good news for 2 of the biggest 3 companies in the world Apple and Amazon announced that they will team up to offer new cloud computing services for AWS users to be able to create and test apps remotely. This will be a big positive for both companies as Amazon will benefit from more cloud services usage while Apple continues to expand the software and services business. Other great news came for retailers as Shopify announced that sales were up 75% year over year as the Black Friday to Cyber Monday sales are booming, this bolds well for companies like Lowe’s, Home Depot, Amazon and many others. While on the vaccine front, Moderna’s candidate is expected to be review in mid-December. I believe the stock has gone way over it’s head and has passed big players in the pharma industry like Vertex and Regeneron though for Moderna this will be they’re first product to be released to the market, I think this stock is well over-hyped at this price, I don’t believe it’s worth more than 100$ in the long-run as more vaccines will become available with far cheaper prices. The only big company that reported earnings yesterday was ZOOM as they beat expectations by 23 cents. The stock did fall more than 5% in after-hours trading as I expected as the total number of paying customers was only up 17% quarter over quarter with far bigger increases in free users that created bigger bills and drove the profit margins lower to 66% way below the 72% analysts expected. I believe the company faces a though 2021 year as they will have very difficult comps to take on, but I believe this will remain a winner in the longer run. So I sold out of my position on Zoom before this earnings but I will keep an eye on them, if the price drops below 400$ I would be willing to buy the stock once again. Meanwhile Biden has announced his top picks for economic appointments and nominations and I believe this are very friendly picks for the stock market as he has gone with more central liberal picks and hasn’t gone to far to the left. So I still believe the stock market is in a bull run for the moment with lot of great catalysts like the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION being more and more certain, and a very likely split government after the Georgia Senate runoff election. So, with at least 2 vaccines right around the corner and treatments for the illness also getting better by the day, this will lead to a gradual reopening of the economy as less and less industries will suffer and the whole economy will eventually go back to normal. Also, the end of the US-China trade war might be in sight or at least a reduction in the trade tensions between the two biggest economies as Biden is close to taking over the Presidency in the US. Thank you everyone for reading! Hope you enjoyed the content! Be sure to leave a comment down below with your opinion and other thoughts on the stock market! Have a great and see you next time!   submitted by   /u/0toHeroInvesting [link]   [comments]
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OMER 2020-12-01 19:50:19Are there any people here that actually invest in a stock/stocks for 10-20 years or even more. Is everyone chasing the hype and meme stocks? I feel like that the amount of people who try to time the market with their buys and sells is pretty big in this sub. Don’t see that many people with the ”boomer” view on this. I think it’s kinda weird considering that you’ll have a much better chance of succeding if you pick market leaders with good and stable growth, revenue, low debt etc. This made it sound really easy, but you get what I mean. Like, I get it why the companies like PLTR, NIO and SE get a lot more attention, since the biggest and the quickest growth and winnings come from the companies that are new and have a lot of potential, but it still bugs me out that people are doing ”investing” more and more from a trading stand point rather than the traditional buy and hold strategy. People are lacking patience. People can do whatever they want, but if we forward to 10 years in time, how many of us can actually provide solid returns with the constant buying and selling that can perform better than the S&P 500, so about 10% annually. It’s gonna be real hard with timing the market consistantly. Even picking the right growth stock can be really hard eben though Reddit and the amount of speculation does help a bit with it. There isn’t any guarentees that PLTR can be a blue chip company in 20 years. Sure, there isn’t anything sure about AAPL or MSFT either, but at least they’ve proven they can do it on a solid basis. Don’t want to be mean or anything, just wondering if it’s really worth trying to time the market if you can get steadier profits from the already existing market leaders. I do enjoy reading newsand staying informed, but IMO it’d be safer just to stick with the blue chips. The point of investing is gaining wealth steadily, not gambling with it, right? The biggest bonus with growth stocks is probably the possibility of getting huge profits in a short term which isn’t a reality with the blue chips. You can still get tons of profits with MSFT, JNJ or AAPL, it’s just that it won’t happen overnight. I think you should have a healthy mix of both market leaders and growth stocks. I don’t know what I’m trying to say with this. Maybe I just wanted to point this out that you shouldn’t ”gamble” everything when investing amid all this speculation and info you get about any stock here. Thanks in advance.   submitted by   /u/juaggo_ [link]   [comments]
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OMER 2020-12-01 20:54:39Appian is a boring company but crazy rise I bought Appian back when it was $25 a share and now it's about $140. It had a huge run in the last 30 days but now it's a bit shaky. As a software company, they are great and in a lot of demand. But I have no idea why it went up so high. Any thoughts on where it's going? Also, I think Pegasystems (PEGA) and ServiceNow ($NYE) are going to see big growth soon as well. Very similiar software for the enterprise mid to large sized customers.   submitted by   /u/Sklifosovsky20 [link]   [comments]
OMER 2020-12-01 21:01:4412.18 12.09 4.66%
OMER 2020-12-01 21:58:00The Ratings Game: Burlington Stores, which doesn’t sell online, says it will gain as stores shutter and customers look for value Highlight
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OMER 2020-12-02 09:46:37Views on PLTR as a company, not as a meme stock Hi, so i’ve been lurking in r/stocks and wsb for quite some time now, thought i’d start being a little more active. I entered PLTR in the 14/15 range and had always intended to DCA up to increase my positions in the company as a result of my DD. My DD on PLTR looks really positive to me due to the fact that 1) govt contracts are just going to continue increasing (they won a legal battle with the us govt over getting blocked iirc), 2) their commercial software is just taking off, and 3) growth in my opinion is going to be insane considering they only had a mere 125 customers at the time of their last report. What i did not expect was the crazy surge it had. That said, the volatility don’t really bother me as much as I own shares and I truly believe in the business. This much correction was pretty much expected, not to mention potential volatility for the upcoming lockup in Feb. Was wondering what do you guys see this stock at this time next year and when will the stock finally be publicly regarded as not a meme stock due to the people at WSB? Personally I see this at $55-60 this time next year.   submitted by   /u/Lyeanel [link]   [comments] Highlight
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OMER 2020-12-02 14:18:22CRM BUYS SLACK | NIKOLA STOCK CRASH | PFIZER APPROVED IN UK| STOCK MARKET NEWS [12-02] SALESFORCE CRUSHES EARNINGS AND ACQUIRES SLACK, NIKOLA STOCK CONTINUES TO TUMBLE AS WE FINALLY GET THE FIRST VACCINE APPROVAL IN THE UK, LET’S DISCUSS THIS AND MORE ABOUT THE STOCK MARKET Hey everyone! So, let’s start with the recap of yesterday as we saw the NASDAQ COMPOSITE leading the way up almost 1,3%, finishing at a new record high, the SP500 also up over 1,1% and finishing at a new record high, while the DOW had smaller gains but was still up to intraday records before finishing over +0,6% for the day. The VIX rose for the day after opening at 20,2 and as you can see in this HEAT MAP big gains were led by the FAANG stocks with Apple, Alphabet, Facebook and Netflix gaining over 2% for the day while Amazon and Microsoft also were up at least 1%. This pulled the big indexes higher as they account for a big part of them. Over 60% of companies were advancing on average volume while companies moving above important moving averages continued to climb as we are going into a very risky market, as to many companies are trading high at the moment and are due for a correction. CHART The biggest gaining SECTORS yesterday were Communications, Financials and Technology with most sectors being in the green, except industrial, as the laggards from yesterday were small cap growth companies and especially those from CHINA, like NIO, Alibaba and others, that have suffered from the recent news that the US is looking to delist some of them if they do not meet new standards. CHART Here are the most interesting economic events and data for TODAY, as we will see how Mortgage Applications and ADP Jobs are going. Afterwards a couple of FED leaders will speak before we can take a look at how the Petroleum Inventories are going. While GREAT NEWS started to pop in the early morning as the UK has become the first country to authorize the Pfizer vaccine for use. This news are already baked in the market in my opinion as investors were already expecting this to happen sooner rather than later, but this are still very good news to hear, as a confirmation is still great to have, rather than just expectations. I expect the US will soon follow in the next 10-14 days to approve both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine, that might just have a bigger impact on the stock market, but I would be careful until then, as we might get a correction in the stock market after this huge rally before we can move on even higher, as I fully expect this bull market to continue into 2021 and 2022. Well yesterday, as I expected Nikola tumbled again after the insider lockup period expired, as only the possibility of Milton selling his shares has spooked the market after an already bad day with the GM deal disappointing investors. As the original deal is null and void with GM not taking any stake in Nikola or helping with the engineering or manufacturing of the Badger pickup truck. The only good thing in sight for the company is the possible hydrogen fueling station network partnership by year end as announced by the management. I maintain my sell opinion on this stock as I predicted a 15-16$ in the future when the stock was trading over 20, I think it has more room to go down, it might go to single digits in the long run, as the company has become very shady after the fiasco with the misleading tactics and no breaking new fuel cell technology. On the other hand, Salesforce crushed earnings expectations, as they beat the EPS by almost 1$ and had a revenue beat of over 160 million$. They also raised guidance for both revenue and EPS for next year way above the consensus while also maintaining cash and equivalents at over $9B, up 45% for the year. The company also officially announced the acquiring of Slack in a deal worth almost $28B. This will result in the Slack software being incorporated in every aspect of Salesforce cloud offering. This 2 will be the biggest competitors yet for Microsoft. So, I believe after the dust settles, and CRM stock finally gets back on track, we will have a good long term growth opportunity with Salesforce. Slack also reported earnings yesterday after the bell as the company posted a beat of estimates and an increase in paid customers and billings. We also got some numbers from Cyber Monday sales as the spending increase over 15% but, this was not enough to meet all the estimates as holiday shopping has been probably spread through the whole month of November and will continue to go strong in December in my opinion. While on the economic front news were not so great as the November ISM index fell shy of expectations with light vehicles sales dropping by almost 1 million from last month and are way below the year ago period. But we did see some big improvements in construction spending, as the numbers came in about half a % better than consensus and are up 3,7% year over year while the November PMI index saw the biggest improvement in over 6 years. The biggest earnings that will be released today will be from CrowdStrike and Okta, as I expect both of them to turn out a positive EPS, as we might see some momentum in this stocks if they don’t disappoint. I greatly expect the IPO of AirBNB, as this could become a company that will benefit a lot from the reopening of the world in the next year or two. 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]
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OMER 2020-12-02 16:31:25Taking out Profits and Exit Strategies, a short story (and perhaps some advice) ​ In the late 90's we had a similar Tech/Digital stock rally. Back then it was web page development and internet providers, now it's electric vehicles and big data. "Stonks" were only going up, up and up. You heard things like - Dude, its a new economy, this is the new normal. This is the future, you can't use old models to define value. Die all boomers and burn traditional stocks (ok I might be exaggerating on this one) ​ Anyway, I was a finance major at a prominent university in London, UK. I was destined for greatness (and an trainee spot at Deutche Bank's analyst desk). My friend - let's call him Eli, because his name was actually Eli - was a stock genius. Everybody is a genious in a bull market, put some money in to a company in IT and bam! You had LOL GAINS. Eli was good for about 350kUSD at one point. Or I should say, 350kUSD nominal value in stocks. Because, its not money until you sell. Eli learned the hard way. ​ The "dip" came. Eli thought "stonks only go up" I'm gonna "buy the dip". Eli bought and bought, he also had a debt position of about 25% of his portfolio. This increased to 50%. The bank called, Hey Eli - that collateral isn't so hot anymore, pay up dude. Eli paid up. One year later he had -13kUSD on his account for accrued interest rates and trading fees. ​ So what's there to learn. Well, depends on how risk averse you are, but I see a lot of new investors that ask about when and how to take home profits. There is no rule or best practice, but here's at least an idea that I'm using myself. ​ I don't let a stock grow beyond 20% of my portolio, if it does I automatically start scaling back profits I always keep a 10-15% cash position so I can take advantage on dips or other opportunities. This money has had a ridicoulus payback over the years. For every 20% growth I take home 20% of the profit, no matter what. For crazy rockets I might take home more, say half the profit of every 20% growth. ​ So what do I do with my profits? Well, I do two things. ​ I reinvest them in to other stocks, so I make sure I have a short list of alternatives at all times I put them in the cash position so I can be opportunistic (but still max 15%) I buy my wife or kids presents, I pay off mortgate, I get a nice Rolex or refurbish the house. Its money. I have money so I can spend it, use it. ​ Moral of the story. Make money, you probably won't see another opportunity like the one of the past 6 months. Its not coming back for a while. Don't step out of the market, pick your stocks wisely, keep some cash to pounce on some disappointing Q4's and remember its not money until you sell.   submitted by   /u/mcjanzton [link]   [comments]
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OMER 2020-12-02 23:14:29Morgan Stanley downgrade sends Palantir shares sliding Shares of Palantir slid Wednesday after Morgan Stanley downgraded the stock to underweight from equal weight. The firm said the company is trading at a “significant premium” compared with its peers. Its stock more than doubled since it went public Sept. 30. Shares of Palantir closed down more than 12% Wednesday after Morgan Stanley downgraded the stock to underweight from equal weight. The company’s stock slid as much as 17.6% during the day. The firm said Palantir is trading at a “significant premium” compared with its peers, with its stock more than doubling since it went public Sept. 30. “With PLTR up 155% since listing with very little change in the fundamental story, the risk/reward paradigm shifts decidedly negative for the shares,” Morgan Stanley analysts wrote. Co-founded in 2003 by tech investors Peter Thiel and Joe Lonsdale, CEO Alex Karp and others, Palantir provides data analytics software and services to government agencies, including the Defense Department, the Food and Drug Administration and the intelligence community. It also sells to companies like aircraft manufacturer Airbus and energy producer BP. The company last month reported its first earnings announcement since going public. The company said its new contracts in third quarter included a $91 million deal with the Army, a $36 million contract with the National Institutes of Health and a $300 million renewal with an aerospace customer. “While strong 3Q20 results highlighting sustained momentum in the government vertical, accelerating growth in the enterprise and record margins of +25% represented a slight fundamental uptick versus initial expectations – we believe much of incremental move since 3Q20 results (shares +75% over the past 2.5 weeks) are likely related to factors outside of fundamentals, including strong retail long-interest squeezing strong institutional short-interest,” Morgan Stanley analysts wrote. Source   submitted by   /u/Brothanogood [link]   [comments]
OMER 2020-12-02 23:37:46Snowflake shows 119% revenue growth in first earnings report as a public company Earnings: Loss of $1.01 per share. Revenue: $159.6 million. Snowflake said it now has 65 customers contributing over $1 million in product revenue over the trailing 12 months. The company reported $927.9 million in remaining performance obligation for contracted revenue that hasn’t been recognized, up 240% on an annualized basis.   submitted by   /u/coolcomfort123 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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OMER 2020-12-03 02:49:49GameStop partners with Sezzle to offer its top-rated Buy Now, Pay Later option online and in-store Interesting stuff... $SZL (Australia) is doing financing at 3300+ $GME locations + online Local sources in Australia 👇🏻 tell me the terms for $GME & customers are likely quite generous => even more upside to $GME numbers...boom To clarify, $SZL financing is for $GME US locations. Sezzle is a US company listed in Australia This could pump up $GME ‘s already blowout holiday numbers, as it’ll help consumers that are stretched thin who still want to get their kids games etc $SZL takes the credit risk 👍   submitted by   /u/Ecstatic-Ad941 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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OMER 2020-12-03 05:04:13$BIG Value Fundamental Analysis DD Hey r/stocks! Interrupting your regularly scheduled PLTR, NIO, TSLA, CRSR, & GME meme posts to talk about the next BIG thing. That's right I'm talking Big Lots, Inc.($BIG). This is my first time posting a detailed look at a company any notes and criticism are appreciated. Let's face it 2020 left fundamentals and value investing in the dust, but with their earnings being announced this Friday, maybe what your portfolio needs is a pure value investment so here is my DD on Big Lots. They have been undergoing the greatest COVID-19 comeback story that you never heard of, growing sales 31% QoQ and earnings per share 61% but lets focus on the basics. First let's look at the basic Metrics and Ratios: Share Price $52.60 Market Cap 2.05B Sales(12 months) 5.86B Income(12 months) 722.00M Price/Earnings(P/E) 2.88 Price/Sales(P/S) 0.35 Profit Margin 12.30% No that's not a typo! Big Lots which is already up 250% since March low is still trading at a ridiculously low PE of 2.88 But u/taiwansteez PE iSnT EvErYtHiNg!! They must have terrible cash flows and a lot of debt right? WRONG!! They have $0.00 current debt and only $43M long term debt. In the 26 week period from 2/1/20 to 8/1/20 they generated $845M* in Free Cash Flow while paying off $236M long term debt and a $24M dividends(10-Q Statement of Cash Flows). Ending the quarter sitting on $898.56M cash on hand. (*$587M was from the sale their Rancho Cucamonga fulfillment and distribution center) Price/Free Cash Flow(P/FCF) 4.77 Debt/Equity 0.00 Long term Debt/Equity 0.03 Price/Cash (P/C) 2.28 Hol' up. wait. Did you say dividend? Damn straight $24M aka 2.29% yield for my boomers. So what happened? How did they go from losing money in 2019 to 12% profit margins in less than a year? Answer: COVID 19 baby. Like all consumer defensive discount stores Big Lots does well in an economic downturn because people emphasize saving money. Big Lots was late to the ecommerce game and only started focusing on ecommerce and updating their fulfillment centers last year 2019 which is a big part of why they've performed so poorly in the last few years. But with the acceleration online shopping due to the pandemic, they got lucky to have the infrastructure in place to capitalize. The result? 31% same stores sales growth and 61% earnings growth. In conclusion: BIG value. Strong cash flow, virtually no debt, growing same store sales, solid dividend, very undervalued. If you've made it this far and still think this is a value trap let's compare these numbers to their competitors in the discount stores segment. We will be looking at Dollar General(DG), Dollar Tree(DLTR), BJ's Wholesale Club(BJ), Ollie's Bargain Outlet(OLLI), Pricesmart(PSMT), Target(TGT), Walmart(WMT), and Costco(COST). ​ Market Cap Big Lots Inc $BIG Dollar General $DG Dollar Tree $DLTR BJ's Wholesale Club $BJ Ollie's Bargain Outlet $OLLI Pricesmart $PSMT Target $TGT Costco $COST Walmart $WMT Averages P/E 2.88 23.63 27.60 15.02 27.14 32.38 23.38 42.54 21.73 24.03 P/S 0.35 1.72 1.07 0.37 3.44 0.76 1.00 1.01 0.78 1.16 P/FCF 4.77 19.57 10.31 7.52 23.11 16.98 14.65 36.95 34.45 18.70 P/C 2.28 18.22 23.87 119.19 18.34 7.28 14.74 12.70 25.27 26.87 Dividend 2.29% 0.66% none none none 0.85% 1.54% 0.73% 1.44% 0.83% Profit Margin 12.3% 7.5% 3.8% 2.5% 12.9% 2.3% 4.3% 2.4% 2.7% 5.63% Sales Growth QoQ 31.3% 24.4% 28.8% 15.6% 58.5% 1.2% 21.3% 12.4% 5.6% 22.1% As you can see $BIG is almost criminally undervalued, beating every single company in all but two metrics , still significantly below the industry average. So low in fact that to be perfectly honest I have no idea why this stock is so cheap. My guess would be because A) it's a relatively small and obscure company so not many investors have it on their radar. B) It has already performed so well 85% YTD, 250% since March beating every company on this list, so now investors that do have it on their radar are waiting for this Friday's earnings to see if they keep the same momentum This Friday's earnings will be a very BIG deal, if WMT, TGT, FIVE are any indicators I think they will post big numbers and the stock will start to take off once again. From a valuation standpoint alone they should be at least a $10B company. Disclosure: I am holding 250 shares as well as 12/18 60C, & 12/18 62.50C. Be careful if you choose to go with options because IV is already up a lot in anticipation of earnings and the overall volume is very low.   submitted by   /u/taiwansteez [link]   [comments]
OMER 2020-12-03 05:12:36Largest Tv Blackout in History 2 hours ago The deal went down, Dish was too broke to pay Nextar the 1Bn. Blackout for 5.4 million customers. Dish is near a 1 year high currently. As of 7 PM Nextar has taken off , ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC stations in 120 markets across 42 states and the District of Columbia and N America in all markets. prnewswire USA today Tomorrow I might expect to see some price action go negative. I was going to add this to my DD post but it's a huge update on the case so, here it be for anyone to project their magic onto. List of nextar stations gone   submitted by   /u/Incarnegie [link]   [comments] Highlight
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OMER 2020-12-03 06:54:19Is Blackberry $BB worth a look again? Is BlackBerry worth a look again? $100+ at peak 12 years ago before iPhone took most of their market share away causing it to crash below $10 for 8 years. Anyway, they've recently partnered with Amazon in developing IVY. ​ IVY is a cloud-connected software platform that aims to let automakers read vehicle sensor data, improving the performance of cloud-connected vehicles, according to a joint statement. BlackBerry, once known for a popular array of phones, now focuses on its software and security offerings. Shares climbed as much as 65% Tuesday before paring some gains to close up 19%. BlackBerry trading volume was more than 70 times the daily average. Sales of BlackBerry’s QNX, its software platform for cars, could get a boost from IVY, according to Bloomberg Intelligence analyst John Butler. Amazon Web Services’ strong reputation may also “enhance the appeal” of IVY when it becomes available, Butler said. ​ The BlackBerry IVY system is a scalable software platform with deep roots on AWS cloud computing services. This vehicle data platform provides consistent and secure methods for gathering vehicle sensor information, packaging it into a normalized format, and preparing the data blobs for real-time analysis running on the car's own processors as well as deeper dives through AWS-based cloud computing services. BlackBerry's role in this partnership consists of using machine learning tools to collect and normalize data from thousands of parts made by dozens of different manufacturers. In many cases, there are no industry standards available, and BlackBerry IVY will need to build its own data-access models for every undocumented sensor. Amazon's high-powered AWS systems will provide number-crunching muscle on the cloud-based side of the data analysis, augmented by direct access to the vehicle's embedded processing systems. This system provides a standardized tool kit for managing crucial data points such as vehicle sensor data, driver habits, and engine reliability readings. Automakers can then tap into the BlackBerry/AWS system to build their own custom vehicle software frameworks without reinventing the wheel for each new car model. "This software platform promises to bring an era of invention to the in-vehicle experience and help create new applications, services, and opportunities without compromising safety, security, or customer privacy," BlackBerry CEO John Chen said in a prepared statement. ​   submitted by   /u/Flimsy_Card8028 [link]   [comments]
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OMER 2020-12-03 09:15:50$WW + OrangeTheory I randomly stumbled into watching an interview with the Weight Watchers CEO the other day and was pretty intrigued by her message about the extreme shift to closing stores and into digital. Margins should increase significantly & it still has the “name brand” that many people associate with weight loss, even if there is no real barrier to entry into the space. This time of year (post-Thanksgiving, winter) is a big time for health and fitness in general & coupled with the pandemic it seems like many companies are primed to take advantage of the inactivity of Americans. What really piqued my interest though, was while I was watching this interview my wife mentioned how OrangeTheory had recently both called and emailed her regarding how she would feel about a potential “Partnership” with them. From what I can tell, there are at least 1200+ OrangeTheory locations across the country and it is extremely popular at least where I am. They have done a good job of customer service and offering a lot of online stuff to supplement the workouts. They have recently opened studios at 50% capacity where I am. I think a partnership would do a good job of increasing subscribers, even if only on a trial basis. Yet I couldn’t really find any news about anyone talking about this. The stock peaked in 2018 when it brought in Oprah and it still hasn’t recovered from pre-covid levels. It might not, but this seems like a good opportunity to buy low, especially if they can see some success from their digital transformation. I bought some $35 1/15/20 calls the other day on a whim and am already up over 60% on them. What do you think, is there something to this thesis?   submitted by   /u/pj20 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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OMER 2020-12-03 14:52:13Momentus, the first publicly traded space infrastructure company Momentus provides last mile services for space transport, implementing new high-efficiency propulsion technologies for inter-planetary travel and shipping. The Space is age is on us. We’re looking at $415Billion in revenue in the space industry currently, with Bank of America projecting the industry to expand upwards of $1.4Trillion in the near future. Currently, Momentus has confirmed and active partnerships or provides services to NASA, Lockheed Martin, and Space X. They are already confirmed to be participating in the (hopefully) January 14th 2021 first-ever ride share rocket launch in partnership with Space X. They’re launching 4 different times with Space X in 2021 including an already-booked full vehicle in December of 2021. Besides these big names there are many others they have current accounts and partnerships with including Global Ground Station, Relativity, Albaorbital, and others. And just as a little sugar on top, the President of SpaceX prefers the types of space-tugs offered by Momentus over small rockets The president and founder of Momentus is a man named Mikhail Kokorich. This guy was born in Siberia and studied physics in Russia where he finished his degree with honors while simultaneously starting a company. He has formed and headed several successful companies starting at age 19 with one that provided explosives and chemical services to Siberian mining companies. After that he founded and ran a chain of domestic merchandise retail stores, second in size only to Bed Bath & Beyond, successfully scaled and sold one of the largest consumer electronic retail chains as well as one of the biggest timber companies in the world.. He finally moved back to his childhood dream of building a space company. The rest of their team includes people with previous experience in aerospace, propulsion, and robotics as well as others. The one problem is that he is currently fighting with the US government over national security issues related to the technology the company uses. Its a really stupid law about national security. Apparently, even if you invent the stuff yourself, if you're a Russian citizen, you cant use space technology if you're working with NASA. A holdover from the cold war most likely and in reality they'll find a way around this without much issue. The guy is a proven entrepreneur with valid experience and literally invented the stuff himself. Momentus as a company currently has customers for space transportation services including last mile delivery, payload services that will decrease the costs across the board for launching and developing satellites, as well as fixing them up and refueling them *while they’re in orbit*. They have a proven groundbreaking water propulsion technology that is significantly cheaper than any current offerings, is reusable, and is already working since a successful test flight in mid-2019 thats still going to this day. They put their money where their mouth is and shot it into space just to prove they could, and its still going. Currently they have >$90M of signed contracts and 4 confirmed Vigoride (thats what they’ve named their first model) launches on Space X Flacon-9s. They already have a product roadmap with 3 different models to be offered by 2024 providing both small satellite all the way up to 20,000kg transportation. They will have limited commercial launches starting in the first half of 2021 with full commercial launches going live by Q4 2021. They are compatible with Space X, Blue Origin, GK Launch Services, and Relativity with active launch deals signed with all except Blue Origin currently. They’re also in negotiations for over $1.1B of contracts including with NASA and the US government. Companies like Starlink, Amazon, Apple, and Google already have plans to create their own satellite networks and Momentus is the first in line with proven technology to service all of these future plans with big and long lasting tech players. They have a clear path to profitability and >$1B in EBITDA. Lastly, they’re already looking to the future and working on plans for in-space solar energy generation, water and resource harvesting from asteroids and other planetary bodies. The purchaser is a fund raised by Stable Road Capital that trades on the NASDAQ as SRAC, and will become MNTS in early 2021. It’s the same way Virgin Galactic became the first publicly traded human spaceflight company last year. As we’ve seen, a risky firm with a compelling story can also become a darling of individual investors.   submitted by   /u/Enderknights [link]   [comments]
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OMER 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]
OMER 2020-12-03 15:57:52Lululemon (NASDAQ: LULU) Analysis Business Overview Lululemon is a popular clothing brand that designs and distributes apparel. The company relies on suppliers and manufacturers to make their apparel. Lululemon also sells fitness-related accessories (headbands, yoga mats, etc). In the company’s 10-k, the word “sweat” is quoted, referencing the company’s goal to build a community of people through living the “sweatlife.” Historically, Lululemon’s typical customers are women or people with a connection to fitness. Fitness is often referred to in the company’s 10-k. Lululemon is extremely popular among women and there are companies trying to copy them. Lululemon references Nike, Under Armour, Adidas, Gap (Athleta), and Victoria Secret’s Sport Collection. Lululemon operates 491 stores in 17 countries. This is an increase of 128 stores since 2016. The company added 51 stores in 2019 through 2020 alone. Lululemon also recently acquired Mirror, an at-home fitness startup. This is an interesting acquisition and it’ll be interesting to see how Mirror is implemented alongside Lululemon’s mission and what it means for the rest of the business. Competitive Advantages Brand Lululemon has a strong brand among consumers. This competitive advantage could be thought of as similar to Nike’s competitive advantage of having one of the strongest brands in the world. Everyone in the world knows Nike. Most women know Lululemon and possibly more and more men will know Lululemon in the future. Brand can be a strong competitive advantage but can be difficult to pinpoint. Brands can have a strong impact on the competitive advantage of a business when other companies (Athleta) are trying to copy Lululemon but compete on price instead of brand or quality. Economies of Scale Because Lululemon is a big business with relationships with suppliers and manufacturers across the world, the company can negotiate cost savings due to its scale. Lululemon can also employ operating leverage through all of its stores and through its direct to consumer revenue stream. Ecosystem This idea is more out there and probably unrealistic, but Lululemon could have an opportunity to build a community of people obsessed with the brand and cultivate an ecosystem or community of people. The acquisition of Mirror shows that management might be trying to expand into other areas adjacent to their core area of fitness apparel. One quote in the 10-k is “We have a vision to be the experiential brand that ignites a community of people through sweat, grow, and connect, which we call "living the sweatlife." So if Lululemon continues to try and expand into other areas similar to fitness, this could be a glimpse into the future of what Lululemon will look like in 5 years. Tailwinds Digital Fitness COVID-19 has accelerated at-home workout equipment (Peloton) and other startups. More consumers will purchase fitness apparel and could be brought into the Lululemon fan club and purchase a whole closet of leggings, jackets, headbands, or anything else. Digital fitness is a massive market and Lululemon could benefit greatly from this trend by selling more fitness apparel or selling more Mirror equipment. Athleisure This is more of an obvious trend but worth pointing out. Supposedly, Lululemon makes some comfortable professional clothing. The athleisure trend could be shifting into offices in the future. The professional attire market is also big and even just taking a small slice of this market could be meaningful. Direct to Consumer (DTC) One of the most attractive things about Lululemon is its shift to selling products online. This DTC strategy doesn’t rely on stores, has higher margins, and a high growth rate. Many apparel companies are benefitting from the DTC trend. This trend forces companies to rely more on Facebook and Google for advertising but companies can develop a brand image and can own the relationship with consumers from start to finish. For a picture of the DTC revenue line for Lululemon, check out the financial section below. Financials Company-operated stores Grew revenue from $1.7bn in 2016 to $2.5bn in 2020. This is a respectable CAGR of 10.1%. This segment also has operating income margin of ~27% over the past two years. This segment has also had improving margins since 2018. Direct to Consumer Grew revenue from ~$450 million in 2016 to $1.1bn in 2020, an impressive revenue CAGR of 25.0%. This is the most attractive revenue line in my opinion. This segment boasts operating margins of ~42% in 2020, an improvement from 38.8% in 2018. If this trend continues and Lululemon can benefit from operating leverage and pricing power, this revenue segment’s operating margin could continue to improve. Other This line item is sales to outlets, temporary locations, wholesale accounts, and other sales funnels. Revenue grew from $186 million in 2016 to $340 million in 2020. This a CAGR of 15.6%. Still respectable but not meaningful for a Lululemon investment thesis. This segment has operating income of ~21%. Lululemon had total revenue of roughly $4bn with total operating income close to $900 million. Total revenue is growing ~21%. Future Questions If I were to invest in Lululemon, here are some questions I’d want to answer before investing my own capital. Brand Lululemon may put off some people because the company isn’t accepting of all body styles or all groups of people. This could harm the potential customer base and could turn off many potential customers. International Expansion Lululemon has done a good job expanding stores across Europe, China, and the rest of the Asia Pacific region. This could be a huge boost to their revenue and bottom line. From 2019 to 2020, Lululemon opened 51 stores across the world, with 19 coming from Canada and the United States and the remaining openings coming from the rest of the world. Conclusion Lululemon is an attractive company and is actually a 100-bagger since December 2008. Lululemon most likely won’t be a 100-bagger or even a 10-bagger since the company has a market cap of ~$48bn. I know many people (both men and women) who are big fans of Lululemon and oftentimes the best investments have the most dedicated and loyal consumers. Lululemon might fit this bill. I do not have a position in Lululemon. If you want more updates visit If you made it this far, I appreciate you!   submitted by   /u/Career_Regular [link]   [comments]
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OMER 2020-12-03 22:08:23Interest in a Stock Research Management Platform? Hi All - I currently work for a small registered independent advisor (4 employees) and we had a problem where our research on assets (stocks, bonds, etc) was fragmented, lacked transparency and collaboration. I used to work at JP Morgan and BofA (and other big funds) where we use expensive research management platforms like Bloomberg, Sentieo, BipSync and others but they range between 10k-30k a year per user. At my small firm we currently use google docs and shared drives but it does not really fit our need so I created an internal product which solves our problem. Imagine it as any existing Customer Relationship Management platform but instead of “Customers” it would be “Investments”. All real time data on stocks/bonds/etc and allows to take notes, upload files, etc with a group of people. Ability to create due diligence / a thesis and share it (we do this with clients). I thought even a public version could do some cool social sharing here on reddit. I was curious if there would be interest in me making this public for "retail" to use so please do let me know if there is interest from the community. (or if you know of a product like this). I just thought it would be a cool tool for retail users to have access to. I believe equity markets are becoming more democratized and the playing field is leveling. These big institutions are losing their upper hand to real time news, data and inside information. Smaller players, and retail, for the first time can compete but I know for a fact they often lack some fundamental tools to do so. Let me know if there is interest and I can put something out there. Thanks for your time!   submitted by   /u/DaAuMa [link]   [comments] Highlight
OMER 2020-12-03 22:25:33XPO Logistics ( XPO ) XPO is a logistics and transportation company. I discovered them after receiving an ikea furniture delivery from them. Their automated system coordinates delivery by text message very smoothly. Employees were quick and efficient. I was impressed. XPO has been trending up with big buy volume spikes, looks like it is being accumulated. Today XPO bullishly broke out over a significant trend line with high volume, and at the same time bullishly broke out over old resistance (2018) to all time highs. There is a catalyst for today’s jump, XPO just announced they are spinning off their Logistics segment into a separate publicly traded company to unlock value. The analysts love it, 5 analysts just upgraded price targets. Also there is a favourable article in Barron’s today. This stock is buyable right now, I took my position today (long shares). It’s a coordinated double whammy of technicals and this news catalyst. Barrons article: XPO Is Splitting in Two. The CEO Explains Why That Will Be Good for the Stock. -- 2020-12-03, 11:54 AM Stock in XPO Logistics was rising Thursday after the company announced plans to split in two. CEO Bradley Jacobs thinks that will create even more value for shareholders. Based on peer valuations, it looks as if he has a point. And shares could rise further as investors start valuing the company as two stand-alone entities. XPO (ticker: XPO) will create one company dedicated to outsourced warehousing -- a business it calls contract logistics. The other company will be dedicated to truck brokerage and less-than-truckload shipping. Less than truckload, or LTL, refers to trucks that aren't always full and carry freight shorter distances. Old Dominion Freight Line (ODFL) is a large pure-play LTL stock. XPO's truck brokerage competes with the likes of C.H. Robinson Worldwide (CHRW). That business arranges shipping for smaller customers, aggregating loads and matching them with trucking fleets. Any brokerage business, essentially, matches buyers and sellers. XPO's contract logistics includes about 800 warehouses the company runs for customers. That business, according to Jacobs, is booming as e-commerce volumes explode. "There are secular tailwinds," he said. Large customers are accelerating logistics outsourcing as e-commerce volumes explode. What's more, factory automation is driving down the costs for players such as XPO. "You go to our warehouses, you see a lot of robots." XPO started looking at strategic alternatives back in January. "Our [ valuation] multiple was too low," Jacobs said in an interview. "You can't fight the market. You have to accept it. The market valued a complex company less than a pure-play company." In the case of trucking, Old Dominion and CH Robinson trade for about 17 times and 15 times estimated 2021 Ebitda, short for earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, respectively. XPO Logistics trades for about 9 times the comparable estimate. In the case of contract logistics, peers such as DSV Panalpina (DSDVY) and others trade for about 12 times estimated 2021 Ebitda. Roughly two thirds of XPO sales and Ebitda are from trucking. The rest is from contract logistics. If both portions of the business traded like peers, XPO would be worth about $20 billion as an entity, deducting out debt, leaving the stock about $150 to $170 a share. Wall Street sees value in valuation-multiple arbitrage. Citigroup analyst Christian Wetherbee called the valuation straight forward and sees upside for shares. He rates them Buy and has a $138 price target for the stock. Wells Fargo analyst Allison Poliniak-Cusic wrote that she views the move positively. She rates the stock Buy with a target price of $158. XPO stock was up 6.2% to $116.89 near midday. The S&P 500 was up about 0.3% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average was 0.6% higher. Debt is one thing standing in the way of a higher multiple. Excluding leases, XPO has about $4.5 billion of net debt, about three times Ebitda earned over the past 12 months. Jacobs wants to bring that down. "We want both companies to be investment grade," he said. Investment-grade ratings might be another positive catalyst for the stock multiple. The split is expected to be completed by the second half of 2021. Write to Al Root at (END) Dow Jones Newswires 12-03-20 1154ET Copyright (c) 2020 Dow Jones & Company, Inc   submitted by   /u/GrosJambon1 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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OMER 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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OMER 2020-12-04 08:28:34A round of applause for (fearless) NIO holders Hello all, This is not going to be your usual NIO post. Since the delisting news, we all know that it has been quite a ride and by now everyone knows it so we are not going to reiterate that. With this post, I would like to highly appreciate and applaud those NIO holders are still holding AND who still believe in this company; which is growing in worlds largest EV manufacturer market and sitting on one of the largest Lithium reserves. YOU GUYS ARE UNDOUDTEDLY FEARLESS! Hats-off to you and you have my respect for still keep believing this company. On Tuesday morning NIO reported that it delivered 5,291 vehicles to customers in November, more than double its year-ago total, on strong demand for all three of its upscale electric SUV models. Demand is so strong, the company said, that it's pulling forward a plan to boost its monthly production output to 7,500 vehicles, hoping to hit that pace by the end of December. Hence, take a deep breath and HOLD HOLD HOLD!! and if possible, buy the dip! It is a long-haul stock and still got 3 years time. Recall the greed/fear quotation from Mr Buffett.   submitted by   /u/newbie_3297 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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OMER 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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OMER 2020-12-04 17:04:47Nobody talking about DOCU? This was on my shopping list for a while and finally got my opportunity to buy it on sale when it sold off on the initial vaccine news. Hitting all time highs today on another fantastic earnings report. This is not a COVID stock. This is the kind of company that fundamentally changes the way we do business. From a Marketwatch article: "Chief Executive Dan Springer told MarketWatch that he expects the trends driving DocuSign’s DOCU, +7.40% strong momentum this year to be long-lasting as customers find that the process of building contracts electronically offers broad benefits in terms of cost and efficiency."   submitted by   /u/SirGasleak [link]   [comments] Highlight
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OMER 2020-12-04 19:53:07What's up with BBY? IIRC, brick and mortar locations saw a ~40% drop in customer store activity. Why is this surprising to the market? We're in the midst of a pandemic, and cases are peaking. I would have expected maybe one red day followed by a correction. Now I'm seeing consecutive red days and people placing puts on BBY. It's ridiculous. I don't buy on fridays, but if I did, I'd double down and expect a very green Monday for BBY, because there's no way this downtrend is sustainable. Best Buy as a whole was prepared for the forecasted dip in Black Friday sales because of the pandemic. The market is overreacting like crazy.   submitted by   /u/RoutineReaction [link]   [comments] Highlight
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OMER 2020-12-05 01:34:01Difference in how EVs versus traditional Car Manufacturers Number of vehicle sales 2020: GM - 1,767,000 Ford - 1,496,000 Toyota - 1,779,302 Total = 5,035,302 Tesla - 228,290 Tesla would have to increase sales by a multiple of 22 to equal the top 3 manufacturers Market CAP: GM - $63.55 B Ford - $37.15 B Toyota - $193.74 B Total = $294.44 B Tesla - $567.83 B NIO - $58.62 B ​ Tesla has a P/E Ratio of over 1,000. No idea what NIO's is but it's probably higher. GM, Ford and Toyota are all under 20. Basically, based on earnings Tesla is getting a 500X valuation compared to "traditional manufacturers". I understand that people argue that Tesla is not just a car company, but that doesn't explain the rise and crazy valuations of NIO, Xpeng and others. The traditional companies are all working on EV, autonomous driving, etc. Hypothetically, couldn't one of these companies acquire an up and coming EV or someone who specializes in battery technology and exceed Tesla and NIO, etc. in EV sales. They already have the customer base, name recognition and distribution networks. Are car manufacturers undervalued? I feel like they will have a much larger piece of the EV pie than these EV valuations would indicate   submitted by   /u/rgpace5 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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OMER 2020-12-05 10:53:57Root Inc. and its downward spiral So I have been checking out $ROOT for couple of days and after reading about their business model I think it might have a future. The company has been running for 5 years now and got a new CFO last year. their insurance includes motor and house with the former being their focus. you download their app and register. Keep your Location services on and after 3 weeks they give you a quotation for your motor insurance mainly using the data they gather through your phone. Quotation is for 6 month. Their main drawbacks are their customer service especially when they file for incident claims and not providing extra/additional motor insurance packages. Another major con is the fact that ROOT app tracks your movements, which i believe many apps do too. Currently priced at 14.26 ( A month ago price closed at 24.05) Is there any opportunity here or will the price continue its downward trend? (Excuse my lousy writing, this is my first ever post about a stock)   submitted by   /u/mroooops [link]   [comments] Highlight
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OMER 2020-12-05 17:38:00Omeros: Ending 2020 On Some High Notes Highlight
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OMER 2020-12-05 21:11:43Wall Street Week Ahead for the trading week beginning December 7th, 2020 Good Saturday afternoon to all of you here on r/stocks. I hope everyone on this sub made out pretty nicely in the market this past week, and is ready for the new trading week ahead. Here is everything you need to know to get you ready for the trading week beginning December 7th, 2020. Any progress on stimulus could give the market a boost in the week ahead - (Source) Stimulus to help the economy and vaccines to stop the virus are expected to the be the main focus in markets in the week ahead. Efforts to move along a fiscal package in Congress picked up momentum in the past week with Congressional leaders sounding conciliatory, and a bi-partisan group of senators pushing their own $900 billion proposal. “It probably boils down to how much [Senate Majority Leader] Mitch McConnell is willing to deal, and I don’t know what the answer is to that,” said Mike Schumacher, head of rate strategy at Wells Fargo. “If it’s going to happen, next week is the week. The government runs out of money on Friday. Congress has to come up with a funding scheme.” Strategists have said the two events could be tied, but Congress could also push through a spending resolution without including stimulus. Some programs will expire at the end of the month, if Congress does not provide funding, including unemployment benefits for millions of Americans. The on again, off again stimulus talks have led to skepticism in the market, and sets it up for a move higher if there is anything officially announced. “I wouldn’t think it’s fully baked in. I would say the stimulus is a positive catalyst, unless it’s less than $900 billion,” said Art Hogan, chief market strategist at National Securities. While stocks surged in the past week, bond yields also moved higher. Yields move opposite price, and bond yields have been rising on stimulus expectations. More spending means more debt, and that sends rates higher. The 10-year was at 0.97% Friday, and appeared ready to move back to the 1% level for the first time since March. “Is it the case here, stimulus is already factored in, and will people take their money and run?” said Schumacher. The S&P 500 gained 1.7% in the past week, ending Friday at 3,699, a record high. The Dow also ended up 1% at a record 30,218, and Nasdaq gained 2.1% to a record 12,464. Getting jabbed Vaccine news has been a catalyst for the market’s surge since early November, when Pfizer first revealed the high efficacy of its vaccine. Since then Moderna and Astra-Zeneca both revealed results of their own vaccines. A Food and Drug Administration advisory committee meets Thursday on emergency use authorization for the Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine. “They’re starting to roll it out in the U.K, and that’s something that’s going to be watched here to see how it unfolds,” said Quincy Krosby, chief market strategist Prudential Financial. “That’s the next issue for the market. The deliveries, the distributions. Are people being jabbed? These are all questions the market is concerned about about because they’re looking forward to it unrolling smoothly in the U.S.” About 3 million people will be vaccinated in the initial rollout. Moderna’s vaccine is expected to be approved the following week, and by year-end both vaccines are expected to reach 20 million people in the U.S. “The vaccine news has started to see a bit of diminishing return in terms of its wow factor,” said Hogan. “There’s going to be some volatility around the logistics.” Krosby said the virus remains in the forefront for the market because of the continuing spread and its economic impact as activities are shut down. California Thursday announced new restrictions with stay at home advisories in some regions. “The big question is how long does the Covid surge last?” Krosby said. The virus shutdowns appear to be behind a slowdown in the labor market, and economists say it could slow activity into the first quarter. November job growth of 245,000 was about 200,000 less than expected. That makes Thursday’s weekly jobless claims more important for markets. There is also CPI and PPI inflation data Thursday and Friday. “There is this push pull in the market regarding inflationary pressures,” said Krosby. “It’s not expected, which is why if it does print higher, it could ignite the conversation regarding inflation.” This past week saw the following moves in the S&P: (CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL S&P TREE MAP FOR THE PAST WEEK!) Major Indices for this past week: (CLICK HERE FOR THE MAJOR INDICES FOR THE PAST WEEK!) Major Futures Markets as of Friday's close: (CLICK HERE FOR THE MAJOR FUTURES INDICES AS OF FRIDAY!) Economic Calendar for the Week Ahead: (CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL ECONOMIC CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK AHEAD!) Percentage Changes for the Major Indices, WTD, MTD, QTD, YTD as of Friday's close: (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) S&P Sectors for the Past Week: (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Major Indices Pullback/Correction Levels as of Friday's close: (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART! Major Indices Rally Levels as of Friday's close: (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Most Anticipated Earnings Releases for this week: (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) (T.B.A. THIS WEEKEND.) Here are the upcoming IPO's for this week: (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Friday's Stock Analyst Upgrades & Downgrades: (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART LINK #1!) (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART LINK #2!) (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART LINK #3!) Stocks and Bonds Both in Rally Mode When it comes to equity market performance in a given month, it doesn't get much better than November. While the S&P 500's total return of 10.95% in the month was only the second-best monthly performance of the year, it was still enough to rank as the third-best month for the S&P 500 in the last thirty years and just the ninth month since 1980 that it was up 10%+. The chart below shows the S&P 500's annualized total return over the last one, two, five, ten, and twenty years and compares the current returns to the historical average. For the last year, the S&P 500's total return has been 17.5% which is nearly six full percentage points higher than the historical average. For the last two years, the annualized return has been nearly as strong at 16.8%, and it is actually even stronger relative to the historical average of 10.5%. Moving further out the time horizon, the S&P 500's annualized returns drift lower, and while the five and ten-year annualized returns are greater than average, the S&P 500's annualized gain of 7.3% in the last 20 years is more than 3.5 percentage points below the historical average of 10.9%. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) The last couple of years haven't just been strong for equities. Over the last year, long-term US Treasuries, as measured by the Merrill Lynch 10+ Year US Treasury Index, have rallied 15.7%, which is more than six full percentage points greater than the historical average of 9.5%. Over the last two years, returns have been even stronger with an annualized gain of nearly 20%, or more than double the historical average of 9.1%! While the last two years have been strong for US Treasuries, the last five, ten, and twenty years have all seen returns of between one and two percentage points below their historical average. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Lately, when you see rallies in the equity market, it tends to be accompanied by a decline in treasuries as yields rise. In November, though, that wasn't the case. Even with the S&P 500 up 10.95%, long-term US Treasuries rallied just over 1%. So how uncommon is it for stocks to rally like they did in November while bonds also rally. Actually, it is not very uncommon at all. The table below shows the nine months since 1980 where the S&P 500's total return in a given month was 10% or more, and of those months, long-term treasuies also rallied in every month but one (October 2011). (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Manufacturer Recovery Continues This morning, the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) released a less positive outlook for the US manufacturing sector. The headline number for ISM's Manufacturing index fell from 59.3 last month down to 57.5. A drop was expected, but the actual results were worse than the drop to 58.0 that had been forecasted. That reading indicates that the manufacturing sector continued to grow in November but at a slower rate than October. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Similar to the various Federal Reserve bank surveys from around the country, breadth in the November report was more negative than in recent months. Of the ten indices excluding the headline number, only three were higher in November: Backlog Orders, Supplier Deliveries, and Export Orders. Additionally, two indices—Customer Inventories and Employment—showed contractionary readings. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) One theme of the report was that orders remain very healthy. New Orders fell from 67.9 to 65.1, but that is a sixth consecutive month of expansionary readings. Although the index was lower this month, meaning new order growth decelerated, it remains in the top decile of historical readings. As new orders have continued to grow, so too have backlogs. The index for Backlog Orders has continued to press higher, rising to 56.9 from 55.7. That is in the 88th percentile of all months and is now at the highest level since August of 2018. Demand continues to improve with new orders coming in at a historically strong pace, even though it is slower than last month, and order backlogs have once again risen as a result. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) As new order growth decelerated, so too did production. The index fell from 63.0 in October to 60.8 last month. That is still consistent with growth (readings above 50) in production but at the slowest rate since June. One factor that potentially had an impact on the slowdown in production is issues with suppliers. The index for Supplier Deliveries rose for the fourth month in a row in November and reached the highest level since May. Higher readings in the Supplier Deliveries index indicates longer lead times and vice versa. In other words, products from suppliers have been taking longer to reach manufacturers, in turn, impacting productivity. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Although suppliers appear to have some constraints and production has slowed slightly, business inventories rose for the second month in a row even as more and more firms report that customer inventories are too low. The index for Customer Inventories now sits in the bottom 2% of historical readings after dropping another 0.4 points in November. At 36.3, the index is at the lowest level since June of 2010. That low reading can be considered positive for future production. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Big Gains In November Steal From Santa What a month November was! Here are some of the highlights: Best month for Dow since January 1987 (11.9%) and best November since 1928 Best month ever for the STOXX 600 (16.7%) Best month ever for the Russell 2000 (18.3%) Best month for the S&P 500 (10.8%) and Nasdaq (11.8%) since April 2020 Best month for Dow Transports since October 2011 (12.1%) Best month from PHLX Semiconductor Index since March 2003 (18.4%) Best month for Industrials (16.0%) and Financials (16.8%) since April 2009 Second best month ever for energy (28.0%) A way better than expected earnings season, a likely split Congress, and major breakthroughs on the vaccine front all helped stocks soar last month,” explained LPL Financial Chief Market Strategist Ryan Detrick. “Add ongoing support from the Federal Reserve as the cherry on top and we are looking at a truly historic month on many levels.” Here’s all the Dow monthly returns since 1900. Last month was the best return since January 1987. Now before you go out and sell because you see 1987, remember the S&P 500 added another 20% the seven months after the huge gains in early 1987. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) It was the best November for the S&P 500 since November 1928. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Small caps soared on the likelihood of taxes staying lower due to a divided Congress and vaccine progress, with the Russell 2000 adding more than 18% for the best month ever, topping the previous record from February 2000. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) What happens after a big month? Well, history says a 10% monthly gain is quite bullish. In fact, we had a 10% plus rally back in April 2020 and shared this same chart at that time. Sure enough, returns have been strong this time around as well. “The bottom line is the huge gains in November could actually be the start of something much stronger,” according to Ryan Detrick. “Also, this was the second month of 2020 with a 10% gain. The only other year to do that? 1982, which kicked off a historic bull market.” (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Turning to December, this month is widely known to be quite bullish, as Santa comes to town, people feel good, and stocks tend to do well. As shown in the LPL Chart of the Day, since 1950, December has been the second best month of the year, with only November better. December had been the best month of the year until the historic 9.2% drop in 2018. As a result, December hasn’t been quite as strong over the past 10 and 20 years. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Breaking it down even more, a big rally in November can potentially steal some of December’s thunder. As after a 5% or 10% rally in November, the returns in December are more muted. The flipside to this though is if the S&P 500 is up more than 10% for the year (like 2020), then stocks have benefited from some performance chasing and have tended to do better. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) What does it all mean? After the historic move in November we wouldn’t be surprised to see below average returns in December. We do believe this is a new bull market and lasting economic cycle of growth, but overall sentiment is getting quite stretched and this increases the potential for some near-term weakness. Please read COVID-19 May Threaten The Economic Recovey for more of our near-term thoughts. (CLICK HERE FOR NEXT WEEK'S MOST NOTABLE EARNINGS RELEASES!) (CLICK HERE FOR NEXT WEEK'S HIGHEST VOLATILITY EARNINGS RELEASES!) Below are some of the notable companies coming out with earnings releases this upcoming trading week ahead which includes the date/time of release & consensus estimates courtesy of Earnings Whispers: Monday 12.7.20 Before Market Open: (CLICK HERE FOR MONDAY'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!) Monday 12.7.20 After Market Close: (CLICK HERE FOR MONDAY'S AFTER-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES LINK!) Tuesday 12.8.20 Before Market Open: (CLICK HERE FOR TUESDAY'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!) Tuesday 12.8.20 After Market Close: (CLICK HERE FOR TUESDAY'S AFTER-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!) Wednesday 12.9.20 Before Market Open: (CLICK HERE FOR WEDNESDAY'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!) Wednesday 12.9.20 After Market Close: (CLICK HERE FOR WEDNESDAY'S AFTER-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!) Thursday 12.10.20 Before Market Open: (CLICK HERE FOR THURSDAY'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!) Thursday 12.10.20 After Market Close: (CLICK HERE FOR THURSDAY'S AFTER-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!) Friday 12.11.20 Before Market Open: (CLICK HERE FOR FRIDAY'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!) Friday 12.11.20 After Market Close: ([CLICK HERE FOR FRIDAY'S AFTER-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!]()) (NONE.) JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. $61.40 JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. (JKS) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 6:05 AM ET on Monday, December 7, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.85 per share on revenue of $1.29 billion. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 64% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 30.77% with revenue increasing by 23.24%. Short interest has decreased by 25.0% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 116.0% from its open following the earnings release to be 104.3% above its 200 day moving average of $30.05. Overall earnings estimates have been revised lower since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, November 27, 2020 there was some notable buying of 5,113 contracts of the $80.00 put expiring on Friday, December 18, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 12.8% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 8.9% move in recent quarters. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Adobe Inc. $486.00 Adobe Inc. (ADBE) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:05 PM ET on Wednesday, December 9, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $2.65 per share on revenue of $3.36 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $2.75 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 82% expecting an earnings beat The company's guidance was for earnings of approximately $2.64 per share. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 14.72% with revenue increasing by 12.30%. Short interest has increased by 20.3% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 3.9% from its open following the earnings release to be 16.4% above its 200 day moving average of $417.50. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Wednesday, November 18, 2020 there was some notable buying of 4,083 contracts of the $460.00 call and 4,014 contracts of the $460.00 put expiring on Friday, December 18, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 5.7% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 6.3% move in recent quarters. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Chewy, Inc. $74.94 Chewy, Inc. (CHWY) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:15 PM ET on Tuesday, December 8, 2020. The consensus estimate is for a loss of $0.15 per share on revenue of $1.72 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is ($0.08) per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 76% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 25.00% with revenue increasing by 39.86%. Short interest has decreased by 12.1% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 27.4% from its open following the earnings release to be 50.0% above its 200 day moving average of $49.96. Overall earnings estimates have been revised lower since the company's last earnings release. On Thursday, November 19, 2020 there was some notable buying of 5,826 contracts of the $55.00 put expiring on Friday, December 18, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 10.9% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 6.1% move in recent quarters. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) GameStop Corp. $16.90 GameStop Corp. (GME) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:05 PM ET on Tuesday, December 8, 2020. The consensus estimate is for a loss of $0.81 per share on revenue of $1.11 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is ($0.45) per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 51% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 65.31% with revenue decreasing by 22.84%. Short interest has increased by 21.1% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 154.1% from its open following the earnings release to be 151.2% above its 200 day moving average of $6.73. Overall earnings estimates have been revised lower since the company's last earnings release. On Monday, November 30, 2020 there was some notable buying of 26,100 contracts of the $20.00 put expiring on Friday, January 15, 2021. Option traders are pricing in a 26.3% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 13.7% move in recent quarters. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Costco Wholesale Corp. $373.43 Costco Wholesale Corp. (COST) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:15 PM ET on Thursday, December 10, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $2.04 per share on revenue of $42.43 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $2.25 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 76% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 17.92% with revenue increasing by 14.55%. Short interest has increased by 7.4% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 9.6% from its open following the earnings release to be 13.8% above its 200 day moving average of $328.23. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Monday, November 23, 2020 there was some notable buying of 3,281 contracts of the $410.00 call expiring on Friday, December 18, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 3.4% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 1.1% move in recent quarters. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) lululemon athletica inc. $377.06 lululemon athletica inc. (LULU) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:05 PM ET on Thursday, December 10, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.85 per share on revenue of $1.01 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $0.95 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 74% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 11.46% with revenue increasing by 10.25%. Short interest has decreased by 38.4% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 12.6% from its open following the earnings release to be 29.4% above its 200 day moving average of $291.42. Overall earnings estimates have been revised lower since the company's last earnings release. On Wednesday, November 25, 2020 there was some notable buying of 1,225 contracts of the $350.00 call expiring on Friday, December 18, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 8.4% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 5.1% move in recent quarters. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Coupa Software $318.15 Coupa Software (COUP) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:10 PM ET on Monday, December 7, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.03 per share on revenue of $123.79 million and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $0.09 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 57% expecting an earnings beat The company's guidance was for earnings of $0.02 to $0.03 per share on revenue of $123.00 million to $124.00 million. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 80.00% with revenue increasing by 21.62%. Short interest has increased by 1.6% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 17.7% from its open following the earnings release to be 30.8% above its 200 day moving average of $243.24. Overall earnings estimates have been revised lower since the company's last earnings release. On Wednesday, November 25, 2020 there was some notable buying of 3,642 contracts of the $350.00 call expiring on Friday, March 19, 2021. Option traders are pricing in a 10.4% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 8.6% move in recent quarters. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) AutoZone, Inc. - AutoZone, Inc. (AZO) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 6:55 AM ET on Tuesday, December 8, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $17.72 per share on revenue of $3.15 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $18.05 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 53% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 23.92% with revenue increasing by 12.78%. Short interest has increased by 26.6% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 5.0% from its open following the earnings release to be 5.9% above its 200 day moving average of $1,098.24. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. Option traders are pricing in a 5.5% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 3.5% move in recent quarters. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) Broadcom Limited $411.68 Broadcom Limited (AVGO) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:15 PM ET on Thursday, December 10, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $6.24 per share on revenue of $6.42 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $6.54 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 76% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 14.50% with revenue increasing by 11.15%. Short interest has decreased by 3.0% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 14.0% from its open following the earnings release to be 31.6% above its 200 day moving average of $312.94. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Monday, November 30, 2020 there was some notable buying of 2,344 contracts of the $440.00 call expiring on Friday, December 18, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 5.8% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 4.3% move in recent quarters. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) RH $468.00 RH (RH) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:05 PM ET on Wednesday, December 9, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $5.35 per share on revenue of $839.59 million and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $5.68 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 69% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 91.76% with revenue increasing by 23.92%. Short interest has decreased by 16.2% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 17.6% from its open following the earnings release to be 75.7% above its 200 day moving average of $266.43. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Tuesday, November 24, 2020 there was some notable buying of 794 contracts of the $380.00 call expiring on Friday, December 18, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 14.1% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 11.7% move in recent quarters. (CLICK HERE FOR THE CHART!) DISCUSS! What are you all watching for in this upcoming trading week? I hope you all have a wonderful weekend and a great trading week ahead r/stocks.   submitted by   /u/bigbear0083 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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