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REPL 1970-01-01 03:00:0047.99 44.00 3.63%
2020-11-12

REPL 2020-11-12 15:01:5447.99 44.00 3.63%
REPL 2020-11-12 16:01:5452.25 44.39 6.93%
REPL 2020-11-12 17:01:5747.27 46.68 1.74%
REPL 2020-11-12 18:01:5546.31 46.07 0.37%
REPL 2020-11-12 19:01:5545.31 45.06 -2.90%
REPL 2020-11-12 20:01:5444.52 44.35 -4.62%
REPL 2020-11-12 21:01:5444.49 44.25 -4.52%
REPL 2020-11-12 22:01:5543.44 43.25 -6.88%
REPL 2020-11-12 23:01:5348.00 44.00 -5.40%
2020-11-13

REPL 2020-11-13 01:09:5344.50 42.00 -9.94%
REPL 2020-11-13 02:01:5344.20 43.04 -9.94%
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REPL 2020-11-13 17:02:0545.04 44.50 1.59%
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REPL 2020-11-13 19:01:5445.11 44.75 2.07%
REPL 2020-11-13 20:01:5445.59 45.31 3.16%
REPL 2020-11-13 21:01:5545.57 45.21 2.82%
REPL 2020-11-13 22:01:5645.92 45.71 4.09%
REPL 2020-11-13 23:01:5446.50 43.50 4.36%
2020-11-14

REPL 2020-11-14 01:08:2546.50 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-14 02:01:5346.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-14 03:01:5346.57 45.95 3.47%
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REPL 2020-11-14 07:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-14 08:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-14 09:01:5346.57 45.95 3.47%
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REPL 2020-11-14 11:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-14 12:01:5346.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-14 13:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-14 14:01:5346.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-14 15:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-14 16:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-14 17:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-14 18:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-14 19:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-14 20:01:5346.57 45.95 3.47%
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REPL 2020-11-14 22:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-14 23:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
2020-11-15

REPL 2020-11-15 01:13:0546.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-15 02:01:5346.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-15 03:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-15 04:01:5346.57 45.95 3.47%
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REPL 2020-11-15 06:01:5346.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-15 07:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-15 08:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-15 09:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-15 10:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-15 11:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-15 12:01:5546.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-15 13:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-15 14:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-15 15:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-15 16:01:5546.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-15 17:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-15 18:01:5646.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-15 19:01:5646.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-15 20:01:5646.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-15 21:01:5546.57 45.95 3.47%
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REPL 2020-11-15 23:02:0246.57 45.95 3.47%
2020-11-16

REPL 2020-11-16 01:11:1146.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-16 02:01:5646.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-16 03:01:5346.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-16 04:01:5346.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-16 05:01:5346.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-16 06:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-16 07:01:5546.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-16 08:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-16 09:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-16 10:01:5446.57 45.95 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-16 11:01:5546.57 43.00 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-16 12:01:5446.57 43.00 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-16 13:01:5546.57 43.00 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-16 14:01:5646.57 43.00 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-16 15:01:5446.57 43.00 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-16 16:01:5846.57 43.00 3.47%
REPL 2020-11-16 17:02:0145.85 45.50 -1.52%
REPL 2020-11-16 18:01:5745.19 45.03 -0.96%
REPL 2020-11-16 18:57:52
2020-12-23 21:15:43
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REPL 2020-11-16 19:01:5545.24 45.11 -1.61%
REPL 2020-11-16 20:01:5545.03 44.79 -2.22%
REPL 2020-11-16 21:01:5644.57 44.28 -3.29%
REPL 2020-11-16 22:01:5644.78 44.64 -2.52%
REPL 2020-11-16 23:01:5546.55 44.85 -1.15%
2020-11-17

REPL 2020-11-17 01:08:1747.01 44.00 -1.45%
REPL 2020-11-17 02:01:5447.01 44.00 -1.45%
REPL 2020-11-17 03:01:5447.01 44.00 -1.45%
REPL 2020-11-17 04:01:5447.01 44.00 -1.45%
REPL 2020-11-17 05:01:5447.01 44.00 -1.45%
REPL 2020-11-17 06:01:5547.01 44.00 -1.45%
REPL 2020-11-17 07:01:5547.01 44.00 -1.45%
REPL 2020-11-17 08:01:5447.01 44.00 -1.45%
REPL 2020-11-17 09:01:5547.01 44.00 -1.45%
REPL 2020-11-17 10:01:5547.01 44.00 -1.45%
REPL 2020-11-17 11:01:5447.01 44.00 -1.45%
REPL 2020-11-17 12:01:5647.01 44.00 -1.45%
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REPL 2020-11-17 15:01:5649.22 44.00 -1.45%
REPL 2020-11-17 16:01:5647.10 44.00 -1.45%
REPL 2020-11-17 17:03:4946.40 45.11 0.90%
REPL 2020-11-17 18:01:5645.95 45.81 3.02%
REPL 2020-11-17 19:01:5546.93 46.39 4.34%
REPL 2020-11-17 20:01:5547.87 47.72 3.19%
REPL 2020-11-17 21:01:5647.50 46.90 3.02%
REPL 2020-11-17 22:01:5647.37 46.96 6.27%
REPL 2020-11-17 23:01:5648.35 48.13 7.90%
2020-11-18

REPL 2020-11-18 01:07:0549.22 48.00 7.99%
REPL 2020-11-18 02:03:4749.22 48.00 7.99%
REPL 2020-11-18 03:01:5449.00 48.00 7.99%
REPL 2020-11-18 04:01:5349.00 48.00 7.99%
REPL 2020-11-18 05:01:5549.00 48.00 7.99%
REPL 2020-11-18 06:01:5449.00 48.00 7.99%
REPL 2020-11-18 07:01:5649.00 48.00 7.99%
REPL 2020-11-18 08:01:5449.00 48.00 7.99%
REPL 2020-11-18 09:01:5449.00 48.00 7.99%
REPL 2020-11-18 10:01:5549.00 48.00 7.99%
REPL 2020-11-18 11:01:5549.00 48.00 7.99%
REPL 2020-11-18 12:01:5849.00 40.00 7.99%
REPL 2020-11-18 13:01:5749.00 40.00 7.99%
REPL 2020-11-18 14:01:5649.00 46.00 7.99%
REPL 2020-11-18 15:01:56199999.99 47.00 7.99%
REPL 2020-11-18 16:01:5850.00 48.85 7.99%
REPL 2020-11-18 17:03:0148.20 47.90 -2.55%
REPL 2020-11-18 18:01:5848.76 48.05 -2.49%
REPL 2020-11-18 19:01:5748.57 48.17 -0.94%
REPL 2020-11-18 20:01:5649.21 48.82 -0.20%
REPL 2020-11-18 21:01:5549.70 49.34 1.10%
REPL 2020-11-18 22:01:5749.23 49.03 0.00%
REPL 2020-11-18 23:01:5648.78 48.63 -0.61%
2020-11-19

REPL 2020-11-19 01:07:1551.09 40.00 -0.77%
REPL 2020-11-19 02:01:5351.00 40.00 -0.77%
REPL 2020-11-19 03:01:5648.20 47.56 -0.77%
REPL 2020-11-19 04:01:5448.53 48.28 -0.77%
REPL 2020-11-19 05:01:5448.92 48.26 -0.77%
REPL 2020-11-19 06:01:5548.66 48.37 -0.77%
REPL 2020-11-19 07:01:5649.87 49.54 -0.77%
REPL 2020-11-19 08:01:5349.70 49.48 -0.77%
REPL 2020-11-19 09:01:5550.13 49.76 -0.77%
REPL 2020-11-19 10:01:5549.88 49.39 -0.77%
REPL 2020-11-19 11:01:5649.88 45.50 -0.77%
REPL 2020-11-19 12:01:5648.67 45.50 -0.77%
REPL 2020-11-19 13:01:5548.67 45.50 -0.77%
REPL 2020-11-19 13:32:13
2020-12-23 21:15:43
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REPL 2020-11-19 14:01:5751.90 45.50 -0.77%
REPL 2020-11-19 15:01:5651.90 48.68 -0.77%
REPL 2020-11-19 16:01:5651.90 48.68 -0.77%
REPL 2020-11-19 17:03:4250.83 50.15 4.29%
REPL 2020-11-19 17:23:45
2020-12-23 21:15:43
[ Daily Study *VIDEO* ] " Two Octobers "         https://t.co/c3u7w2UCEQ $KOD, #Kodiak, $TWST, $CRDF, $IMVT, $NVAX, $FATE, $BNTX, $SWTX, $MRNA, $REPL, $NSTG, $RGEN, $TCRR, $CRSP, $HALO, $BCLI, $ADPT, $NK, $LCTX, $VCEL, #TBIO, $BEAM, $IDRA, $FENC, $CGEN, $IOVA, $TCON, $ARGX, $XLRN
REPL 2020-11-19 18:01:5853.52 52.71 9.33%
REPL 2020-11-19 19:02:1151.82 51.34 6.49%
REPL 2020-11-19 20:01:5650.28 50.00 3.08%
REPL 2020-11-19 21:01:5649.95 49.42 2.20%
REPL 2020-11-19 22:01:5550.37 50.08 3.14%
REPL 2020-11-19 23:01:5549.21 48.89 0.88%
2020-11-20

REPL 2020-11-20 01:08:1052.00 50.00 2.21%
REPL 2020-11-20 02:01:5452.00 48.22 2.21%
REPL 2020-11-20 03:01:5556.65 42.00 2.21%
REPL 2020-11-20 04:01:5456.65 42.00 2.21%
REPL 2020-11-20 05:01:5456.65 42.00 2.21%
REPL 2020-11-20 06:01:5456.65 42.00 2.21%
REPL 2020-11-20 07:01:5456.65 42.00 2.21%
REPL 2020-11-20 08:01:5456.65 42.00 2.21%
REPL 2020-11-20 09:01:5756.65 42.00 2.21%
REPL 2020-11-20 10:01:5756.65 42.00 2.21%
REPL 2020-11-20 11:01:5456.65 45.50 2.21%
REPL 2020-11-20 12:01:5654.85 45.50 2.21%
REPL 2020-11-20 13:01:5654.85 45.50 2.21%
REPL 2020-11-20 14:01:5554.85 45.50 2.21%
REPL 2020-11-20 15:01:5754.62 45.50 2.21%
REPL 2020-11-20 16:01:5754.34 46.05 2.21%
REPL 2020-11-20 17:02:1149.28 48.93 -0.31%
REPL 2020-11-20 17:13:37
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Rose Above Upper Bollinger Band today: $REPL $PHCF $PENN $IBDQ $BVXV $NUSI $SPAB $TOTL $ATRO $EXPR $BWEN $BSJK $CDXS $ANIX $FLUX $FIXD $ETAC $EPIX $SY $KROS ... https://t.co/AyIukUGmib
REPL 2020-11-20 18:01:5749.98 49.70 1.26%
REPL 2020-11-20 19:01:5651.00 50.57 3.03%
REPL 2020-11-20 20:01:5450.43 50.31 2.63%
REPL 2020-11-20 21:01:5750.36 50.00 2.16%
REPL 2020-11-20 22:01:5650.70 50.41 2.73%
REPL 2020-11-20 23:01:5450.28 50.12 2.18%
2020-11-21

REPL 2020-11-21 01:07:1351.50 48.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 02:01:5451.50 48.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 03:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 04:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 05:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 06:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 07:01:5658.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 07:07:29
2020-12-23 21:15:43
@Steven1_994 @TradeZer0 @Steven1_994 $KXIN finviz show float=1M and yahoo shows=13M i think yahoo is current bcoz it won't spike like low float and there is lot of borrow with low prize so it should be around 13M like yahoo shows please reply !!!
REPL 2020-11-21 08:01:5558.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 09:01:5358.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 09:52:02
2020-12-23 21:15:43
@BoykinJeremiah @DDBae1 Nah some clown who spent an hour commenting on every idex post to put the stock down. Maybe I was being toxic with my reply idk but to go around just talking shit for an hour on every idex post you see is pretty toxic. But it ran over 100% since then so... Whatever! Lol ❤
REPL 2020-11-21 10:01:5558.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 11:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 12:01:5558.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 13:01:5558.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 14:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 15:01:5558.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 16:01:5558.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 17:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 18:01:5558.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 19:01:5658.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 20:01:5658.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 21:01:5658.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 22:01:5558.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-21 23:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
2020-11-22

REPL 2020-11-22 01:10:3258.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 02:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 03:01:5358.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 04:01:5358.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 05:01:5358.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 06:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 07:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 08:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 09:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 10:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 11:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 12:01:5558.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 13:01:5558.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 14:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 15:01:5558.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 16:01:5558.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 17:01:5558.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 18:01:5558.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 19:01:5858.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 20:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 21:01:5558.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 22:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-22 23:01:5958.58 40.00 1.24%
2020-11-23

REPL 2020-11-23 01:09:2458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-23 02:01:5358.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-23 03:01:5358.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-23 04:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-23 05:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-23 06:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-23 07:01:5658.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-23 08:01:5458.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-23 09:01:5558.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-23 10:01:5658.58 40.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-23 11:01:5658.58 46.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-23 12:01:5749.99 46.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-23 13:01:5549.99 46.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-23 14:01:5649.99 46.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-23 15:01:5749.99 46.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-23 16:01:5650.99 48.00 1.24%
REPL 2020-11-23 17:02:0851.49 50.95 2.12%
REPL 2020-11-23 18:01:5949.79 49.55 -0.64%
REPL 2020-11-23 19:01:5850.16 49.82 -0.04%
REPL 2020-11-23 20:01:5550.49 50.00 0.70%
REPL 2020-11-23 21:01:5650.19 49.71 -0.46%
REPL 2020-11-23 22:01:5650.18 49.90 0.12%
REPL 2020-11-23 23:01:5548.93 48.66 -2.40%
2020-11-24

REPL 2020-11-24 01:07:2355.00 48.00 -3.23%
REPL 2020-11-24 02:01:5455.00 48.00 -3.23%
REPL 2020-11-24 03:01:5555.00 40.00 -3.23%
REPL 2020-11-24 04:01:5555.00 40.00 -3.23%
REPL 2020-11-24 05:01:5555.00 40.00 -3.23%
REPL 2020-11-24 06:01:5455.00 40.00 -3.23%
REPL 2020-11-24 07:01:5655.00 40.00 -3.23%
REPL 2020-11-24 08:01:5355.00 40.00 -3.23%
REPL 2020-11-24 09:02:0055.00 40.00 -3.23%
REPL 2020-11-24 10:01:5655.00 40.00 -3.23%
REPL 2020-11-24 11:01:5755.00 45.50 -3.23%
REPL 2020-11-24 12:02:0055.00 45.50 -3.23%
REPL 2020-11-24 13:01:5655.00 45.50 -3.23%
REPL 2020-11-24 14:02:0455.00 45.50 -3.23%
REPL 2020-11-24 15:01:5854.62 45.50 -3.23%
REPL 2020-11-24 16:02:0151.00 46.67 -3.23%
REPL 2020-11-24 17:03:2746.82 46.51 -4.73%
REPL 2020-11-24 18:02:0149.01 48.39 -0.90%
REPL 2020-11-24 19:03:1048.88 48.65 0.14%
REPL 2020-11-24 20:01:5548.34 48.11 -1.29%
REPL 2020-11-24 21:01:5648.48 48.23 -0.92%
REPL 2020-11-24 22:01:5748.66 48.21 -1.13%
REPL 2020-11-24 23:01:5648.84 45.67 -0.76%
2020-11-25

REPL 2020-11-25 01:07:0748.84 45.67 -1.02%
REPL 2020-11-25 02:01:5448.84 45.67 -1.02%
REPL 2020-11-25 03:01:5548.84 45.67 -1.02%
REPL 2020-11-25 04:01:5548.84 45.67 -1.02%
REPL 2020-11-25 05:01:5748.84 45.67 -1.02%
REPL 2020-11-25 06:01:5548.84 45.67 -1.02%
REPL 2020-11-25 07:01:5748.84 45.67 -1.02%
REPL 2020-11-25 08:01:5448.84 45.67 -1.02%
REPL 2020-11-25 09:01:5348.84 45.67 -1.02%
REPL 2020-11-25 10:01:5548.84 45.67 -1.02%
REPL 2020-11-25 11:01:5548.84 44.00 -1.02%
REPL 2020-11-25 12:01:5548.84 44.00 -1.02%
REPL 2020-11-25 13:01:5648.84 44.00 -1.02%
REPL 2020-11-25 14:01:5648.84 44.00 -1.02%
REPL 2020-11-25 15:01:56199999.99 44.00 -1.02%
REPL 2020-11-25 16:01:5655.00 45.86 -1.02%
REPL 2020-11-25 18:02:0048.79 48.50 0.39%
REPL 2020-11-25 19:01:5649.70 49.49 2.29%
REPL 2020-11-25 20:01:5749.97 49.79 2.82%
REPL 2020-11-25 21:01:5650.26 50.10 3.51%
REPL 2020-11-25 22:01:5850.41 50.20 3.90%
REPL 2020-11-25 23:01:5650.66 48.00 3.13%
2020-11-26

REPL 2020-11-26 01:08:4350.66 48.00 3.13%
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2020-11-27

REPL 2020-11-27 01:09:3350.66 48.00 3.13%
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REPL 2020-11-27 12:02:5253.38 48.00 3.13%
REPL 2020-11-27 13:01:5953.38 50.26 3.13%
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REPL 2020-11-27 17:02:0152.55 52.24 4.48%
REPL 2020-11-27 18:02:2851.85 51.65 3.30%
REPL 2020-11-27 19:02:0751.98 51.73 3.62%
REPL 2020-11-27 20:01:5853.00 48.00 3.62%
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2020-11-28

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2020-11-29

REPL 2020-11-29 01:09:5552.99 48.00 3.62%
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2020-11-30

REPL 2020-11-30 01:10:4852.99 48.00 3.62%
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REPL 2020-11-30 16:01:5653.00 42.36 3.62%
REPL 2020-11-30 17:01:5651.70 51.30 -0.39%
REPL 2020-11-30 18:01:5650.92 50.63 -2.49%
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REPL 2020-11-30 23:01:5651.41 51.15 -1.04%
2020-12-01

REPL 2020-12-01 00:52:57
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Tesla’s stock will be added to the S&P 500 in a single step before the open on Dec. 21
https://www.cnbc.com/2020/11/30/tesla-to-be-addedto-the-sp-500-in-two-parts-to-account-for-its-size-an-unprecedented-move.html The stock will be added at its full float-adjusted market capitalization before the open of trading on Dec. 21, the index provider said. Float-adjusted means that only shares available to the public are considered when evaluating a company’s weighting. The company that Tesla will replace will be named on Dec. 11, according to a press release. “In its decision, S&P DJI considered the wide range of responses it received, as well as, among other factors, the expected liquidity of Tesla and the market’s ability to accommodate significant trading volumes on this date,” the index provider said. Tesla’s addition to the S&P 500 will coincide with the expiration of stock options and stock futures, among other financial instruments, which should help facilitate the addition because of the high trading volume that day. Thanks for the awards. submitted by /u/coolcomfort123 [link] [comments]
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REPL 2020-12-01 23:01:5753.36 52.95 3.15%
2020-12-02

REPL 2020-12-02 01:07:33
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Can I say I told you so? TSMC is solidifying semiconductor king status
I recently replied to a post asking why AAPL's M1 chips are a big deal. Simple answer: Apple is a trend setter. In-house chip design will become the new status-quo and the company that makes them, TSMC, will reap the benefits. Since the announcement, TSMC has out performed every other stock in the semiconductor sector by a wide margin. submitted by /u/pirate_karl [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-02 01:07:3553.50 51.00 -1.24%
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2020-12-23 21:15:43
$WKHS down -22% after hours on rumors of USPS bidding delay to Q2 2021
https://www.trucks.com/2020/12/01/postal-service-delays-mail-truck-replacement-contract-again/ Already years behind schedule, the U.S. Postal Service announced another delay in its efforts to award a more than $6 billion contract to replace its fleet of aging mail trucks. The Postal Service told Trucks.com that it expects to reach a contract with one or more of the teams bidding for the business in the federal government’s second fiscal quarter of 2021. That works out to the first quarter of next year. submitted by /u/spald01 [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-02 03:01:5453.50 51.00 0.36%
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REPL 2020-12-02 18:01:5553.15 52.78 1.56%
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2020-12-03

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2020-12-23 21:15:43
What will replace FAANG stocks in 2020 - 2030?
In 2010 - 2020, Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google were the hottest stocks. What will be the acronym for the hottest stocks in 2020 - 2030? My thoughts are: SSTAN SpaceEx Square Tesla AMD Nvidia submitted by /u/ricke813 [link] [comments]
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2020-12-23 21:15:43
Cathay Pacific Turns Future Growth Into Replacement Potential
REPL 2020-12-03 17:01:5850.00 49.65 1.69%
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2020-12-04

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2020-12-23 21:15:43
Rebalancing, Repurposing, Replanning, Remodeling - Let's Look At Portfolio Adjustments For 2021
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2020-12-23 21:15:43
Roblox licensed for release in China, as company plans to go public
Gaming unicorn Roblox and its Chinese partner Tencent Holdings have secured two licences from the Chinese government to launch the former’s massively popular sandbox gaming platform in China on both mobile and PC, two weeks after the California-based company filed to go public in November. The gaming platform has become enormously popular worldwide, particularly among children and teens, as a digital sandbox in which gamers can create their own characters, buildings, parks and even custom game modes. Some creators have replicated classic games such as Pokémon, Super Mario 64 and Counter-Strike inside the platform. Unlike most other markets, China requires companies to obtain a government licence before releasing games in the country, a process which can take months, if not years. Roblox was one of 42 titles approved by the National Press and Publication Administration, the Chinese government organ overseeing imported games, on Wednesday. China also requires gaming companies to work with a local publishing and operations partner. In 2019, Roblox and Tencent formed a joint venture, and the duo have been working towards getting a government licence since. The world’s largest gaming company by revenue, Tencent also publishes games by many gaming giants including Nintendo, Riot Games, Supercell, Activision Blizzard and Ubisoft. “Tencent’s receipt of approval to publish the Chinese version of Roblox on December 2 could spur a big uplift to sales upon release which may come in 2H21, in our view,” Bloomberg Intelligence analysts Matthew Kanterman and Vey-Sern Ling in a research note. The two analysts said that because Tencent had a large backlog of games awaiting release, Roblox’s China release could take some time. But they remained bullish on the gaming platform’s potential in China. “In a scenario where Roblox China achieves 10 million daily active users in its first year with average bookings per user in line with its global average, net bookings from China could eclipse US$500 million,” they wrote. Roblox had not replied to queries by the Post at the time of publication. In February, the company was valued at US$4 billion after a Series G funding round led by famous venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. According to Crunchbase, Roblox has raised more than US$335 million in venture capital. A China release could boost investors confidence further: the country is predicted to be the world’s biggest gaming market with estimated revenue of US$44 billion by the end of this year, followed by the US with US$41.3 billion, according to a recent report by market research firm Newzoo. According to Roblox’s Chinese website, the China release of the platform will focus heavily on collaborations with schools and educators, and it is touted as a potential educational tool for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) students. That said, Kanterman and Ling wrote in the research note that Roblox will face stiff competition in China, including from Minecraft, Microsoft’s popular sandbox game. “Still, peer NetEase’s China version of Microsoft’s Minecraft has achieved 400 million registered users, signalling demand for interactive, creative experiences in the country,” they said. Source submitted by /u/Brothanogood [link] [comments]
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REPL 2020-12-04 23:01:5746.70 46.63 5.23%
2020-12-05

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2020-12-06

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REPL 2020-12-06 03:34:27
2020-12-23 21:15:43
AT&T (NYSE: T) - A stock Guide/Review
Introduction: Good morning/evening everyone. AT&T won over ABBV and PG in the latest poll (on r/dividends). There is a lot to unpack with this stock and it is definitely more controversial, especially in regards to it's debt. Let's take a look at everything it does, the financials, and a quick look at its investments/acquisitions. The dividend and possible growth with also be discussed. AT&T - American Telephone and Telegraph: Sector: Communication Services AT&T is a diversified global leader in telecommunications, media and entertainment, and technology. It operates four segments: AT&T Communications: AT&T Communications serves +100 million with TV, mobile and broadband services. In addition, it provides internet to more than 3 million business customers. AT&T International: AT&T International provides TV and wireless services to consumers and businesses in over 11 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. AT&T ad and analytics: Ad and analytics provides marketers with targeted, data-driven advertising focused around premium video content. Warner Media’s HBO & Turner and Warner Bros divisions: Warner Media’s HBO, Turner and Warner Bros. are leaders in creating content and operating the world’s largest TV and film studio. Strengths: - Acquisitions have added to AT&T’s economic moat, increased revenues, increased ability to bundle services (synergies that enable cost cutting). - Billions of dollars in capital expenditures and company investments (over 170 billion the last 5 years). - The company merger with Time Warner will allow it to squeeze its way into the lucrative streaming market. Having one of the world’s largest content creators combined with AT&T’s services could be powerful. (This will be discussed further below) Risks: - Lots of debt. This company is quite leveraged. The Time-Warner merger increases AT&T’s debt to the point the company balance sheet should be watched intensely. - AT&T is largely concentrated in the US right now. - Intense competition from Verizon and other telecom giants. Financial History: Before diving into the financials AT&Ts goals need to be discussed. Recently they appointed a new president for the company, their stated goals include bringing down their overall debt, increasing their earnings and cash flow through the HBO and Warner acquisitions, remaining committed to the dividend, and the sale of underperforming assets to streamline capital investments. This first chart will break down their Revenue, Earnings, Debt, and Debt Ratio over the decade. The source of the information is the company 10K SEC filings. Year Revenue EBITDA Short + Long Term Debt Debt / EBITDA 2011 $126,723 $32,443 $65,573 2 2013 $128,752 $47,005 $75,293 1.5 2015 $146,801 $45,551 $129,613 2.8 2017 $160,546 $45,572 $165,665 3.6 2019 $181,190 $56,172 $191,680 2.9 Revenue as increased 5% YoY, it is pretty solid, for a company this large that has been around for as long as it has double digit growth is definitely not expected. Earnings has increased ~9% YoY over the decade, outpacing the revenue, this is nice since it is increasing their margins. Debt has definitely grown at a significant pace, this is largely based off their acquisitions over the recent years. Back in 2015 they acquired Direct TV (gross), and in 2018 Time Warner + HBO. In both 2015 and 2017 you can see the spike in the debt to EBITDA levels above the 3x we would normally like to see, however AT&T has stated they are committed to reducing their debt levels, their stated objective is to bring debt/EDITDA below 2.5x. Already we can see at the end of 2019 that they have managed to bring the ratio down to 2.9, which is a good trend, something that, based on their quarterly earnings this year, they have been continuing. Let's take a closer look at the cash flow, and their debt payments. Year Cash Flow from Operations Capital Expenditures FCF/E Ratio Debt Payment / Influx 2011 $34,743 $20,272 $14,833 +362 Million 2013 $34,796 $21,228 $22,706 +9,138 Billion 2015 $35,880 $20,015 $39,792 +23,927 Billion 2017 $38,010 $21,550 $52,342 +35,882 Billion 2018 $43,602 $21,251 $11,023 -11,328 Billion 2019 $48,660 $19,635 $15,430 -13,603 Billion Net cash flow is very strong and growing ~4% average. Their CAPEX line has been steady, but note that it does not include the cost of any mergers, acquisitions or purchases. Now, the Free Cash Flow to Equity is looking really weird in 2015 and 2017, the reason there is such a spike in FCF/E is because those are the years AT&T loaded up on new debt, note the spike in Long Term Debt in the previous chart, the influx of cash from those loans is simply being added to the FCF/E here. If they are subtracted the ratio more in line with the $15 Billion they have averaged. Lastly, the debt payments. After the acquisitions, we can see that in 2018 and 2019 they have been making substantial debt payments. Based on the recent quarterly earning they have continued to pay down the debt load. So, thus far we have seen increasing revenues and earnings, strong free cash flow, and an increase in debt repayments. Good trends, yes the company is still leveraged, but not as leveraged as some other companies we have recently looked at (Looking at you IBM - they are currently approx 4x debt/EBITDA) Anyways, let's now take a look at the acquisitions before discussing the dividend. Direct TV: AT&T acquired DirectTV in 2015 for ~$67 Billion dollars. Since then (and even before the acquisition), It has YoY decreasing profits as more and more people move away from traditional expensive cable in favor of streaming. Already they are looking to action off Direct TV, with optimistic guesses it'll likely sell for around $20B Billion. There is no doubt that this was an absolute failure and questionable decision, even in 2015, given the trends. This is one of the largest factors causing the former CEO Stephenson to be replaced. Selling Direct TV would allow AT&T to continue off-loading legacy, and capital intensive segments to boost free cash flow to focus on growth of more profitable (and not declining) company segments. It does come with a stinging loss of over $40 Billion just from the sale alone. The new CEO, Stankey, seems more than ready to just offload Direct TV, use the cash to invest back into the company, and move on. Time Warner (Warner Media) and HBO: These acquisitions were incredibly expensive for AT&T, however, unlike Direct TV, they are becoming significantly more profitable. The profits for Warner Media in Dec 2019 was ~9.5Billion, these numbers are down for 2020, however much of the loss is attributed to the impacts COVID has had to the entertainment industry. Now, the introduction of HBO Max streaming was botched and delayed, this gave significant ground to Disney and Apple as they released their streaming services, however, HBO Max is reported to have ~38 Million subscribers at this point in time, which is ahead of their previous timeframe predictions. Their stated goals are to have over 50 Million domestic subscribers by 2025, and increase the subscription revenue to over $5 Billion by that time. In addition to this, Warner is planning to aggressively push its streaming service in 2021 by releasing every single one of its movies on HBO Max. This move is definitely putting AT&T on the offensive and many are awaiting to see the response from Netflix and Disney will be. Warner does still have agreements with AMC, however over the decade theaters as a whole have been on the decline. This just highlights how significant the move into streaming by Disney and AT&T have been. Yes AT&T was late to the party, but they have their slice of the pie and Warner Media produces tons of movies and entertainment, it will likely continue to have a significant impact to the company's profitability as streaming becomes more and more favorable over theaters and traditional cable. There is a lot more to the Time Warner and HBO piece that will not be touched on here, please do your own research to supplement these points. Let's Take a Look at the Dividend and Price/Value, and Growth: The AT&T is a dividend Aristocrat, its dividend has been paid continuously since 1881 and increased for 36 consecutive years. NOTE: Current for December 2020 and very likely to change. Stock Price $29.54 P/E Ratio 19.44 Current Annual Payout / Share $2.08 Yield 7.04% (Based on Price Dec 2020) 10 Yr Div Growth Rate 2% 3 Yr Div Growth Rate 2% 1 Yr Div Growth Rate 2% Current Payout Ratio (Based on Earnings) 58.26% The payout ratio may seem lower here, however, using the Cash flow from the chart above, in 2019 their total cash flow from operations was $48 Billion, minus the CAPEX of ~$20 Billion leaves around $28 Billion in free cash. According to their 2019 10K the amount paid out in dividend distributions was ~$14.8 Billion. So just about half of the free cash, leaving the rest to be paid towards short/long term debt, or whatever other financing activities. However, AT&T under their new leadership has several ways to go about increasing their margins here. Firstly, they could pay down debt to decrease future debt payments, this is one route they have mentioned they are committed to. Another is they could cut their dividend payment. The new CEO and management have stated they are committed to the dividend, however, this is a route that could be taken to further increase the cash flow for the company which could be used for more aggressive debt payments, and reinvestment back into the company to further stimulate growth and increase the profitability of their Media segment. Note though, AT&T has not been buying back shares at this time, in fact the number of outstanding shares has increased from 5,926 to 7,305. This does dilute the value of the stock, however, over the short term (especially if you are holding more long term), this isn't necessarily bad. You will see less price appreciation, but because they are paying out a dividend it will allow you to accumulate more shares through DRIP, so later on when the company can afford to buy back shares in addition to payout a dividend distribution you will see the benefits from the compounding effect of accumulating shares, and stock price appreciation. This ofcourse assumes that the company will move itself in a position to afford this. So the question you'd have to ask yourself here is whether or not you believe AT&T can manage their debt, whether their telecommunication services will remain relevant, and whether their Media services can turn more a profit. Closing Thoughts: This stock is definitely more controversial but hopefully this post helped highlight some key points. With the new CEO in management it will be interesting to see how AT&Ts current position changes. They have been trending towards completing their stated goals like bringing down debt, and investing into their media services. If you're not sure if you like the company, add it to a watch list, watch its movements for awhile, check out the news from the company. Take your time to research, investing is not a race, more a journey. And, as always, please supplement this with your own research. A quick disclosure, I do own AT&T stock, but that says nothing! Do your own research! There are more risks that need to be considered, read opposing views. Don't just read whatever will validate a preformed opinion. Thanks for reading, and have a good day/night! submitted by /u/036Gooddaysir036 [link] [comments]
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2020-12-23 21:15:43
Replimune: Interesting Developer Of Oncolytic Immunotherapies
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Repligen: A Cure For COVID-19
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Coming Back to Electric Truck Player Hyliion (HYLN) - and DD
Months ago, I treated Hyliion's former ticker as a big money-making swing trade on its "IPO pop." I'm fortunate to have been in the same blockbuster event as one Blake Denton. Now, I come back to HYLN, not with the aim of making money in the best reverse mergers, but with a small investment for the long term. Without further adieu, DD follows. About Hyliion The company description below comes from a recent Business Wire article. I can't provide the link as a certain other company can't be mentioned in the link itself: Hyliion’s mission is to be the leading provider of electrified powertrain solutions for the commercial vehicle industry. Hyliion’s goal is to reduce the carbon intensity and GHG emissions of the transportation sector by providing electrified powertrain solutions for Class 8 commercial vehicles at the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO). Hyliion’s solutions utilize its proprietary battery systems, control software and data analytics combined with fully integrated electric motors and power electronics, to produce electrified powertrain systems that either augment—in the case of Hyliion’s Hybrid systems—or fully replace—in the case of the fully electric Hypertruck ERX system—traditional diesel or natural gas fueled powertrains and improve their performance. By reducing both GHG emissions and TCO, Hyliion’s environmentally conscious solutions support its customers’ pursuit of their sustainability and financial objectives. Investor Presentation As someone else wrote here, Hyliion (HYLN) is not the next Nikola. This is a good thing. The company's Investor Presentation can be found on their website's Investors page. As can be shown in the presentation: 1) HYLN has its defined niche: Class 8 trucks. Not even Tesla will be competing in this field, for a decade or more. 2) HYLN has a total addressable market of $800 billion in the US alone. One customer, Agility, operates in 100 countries. 3) HYLN won't play the capital-intensive game of setting up EV-related infrastructure. They are not in the business of being a "gas station." 4) HYLN will first use renewable natural gas and natural gas generators for its Hypertruck electrified powertrain systems, yet is already developing them to be compatible with fully electric solutions such as hydrogen fuel cells. They are being practical here in addressing the needs of original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) of trucks (for the trucking industry). 5) HYLN already has operational prototypes. 6) HYLN already has million-mileage logs for the first number of trucks already deployed. Renewable Natural Gas An article on FreightWaves provides a brief summary of what renewable natural gas is: Renewable natural gas (RNG) starts as a biogas from the decomposition of organic matter, such as wastewater, food, green waste and farming. It is cleaned and processed into biomethane that is injected into the pipeline. When used as a transportation fuel, RNG has a negative carbon intensity, said Deanna Haines, director of Energy & Environmental Policy at SoCalGas. RNG production is expected to double in the near future. Infrastructure-wise, there are plenty of natural gas stations in Europe. For example, Italy has over 1,400, while Germany has over 800. Battery Management Supply Chain Two years ago, Hyliion acquired Gentherm's battery division to have its battery management supply chain in-house. Financials Future-oriented revenue data (projections), per the Investor Presentation, are as follows: 2020: $1 million 2021: $8 million 2022: $344 million 2023: $1.0 billion 2024: $2.1 billion Not every target company in a reverse merger discloses current or historical financial information. In this case, however, such information can be found in an SEC filing. Values and Governance Hyliion has just committed to its reverse merger while having a non-classified board. It's one thing to assert that the company isn't conducive to fraud like Nikola has been (such as plastic model vehicles with no operating prototypes, or fake orders). It's quite another to demonstrate this. One of the problems Nikola has is having a classified board. In the long run, a classified board isn't as effective as a non-classified board. This comparison extends to fraud prevention. Stock Price Disadvantages Being an engineer by background, Thomas Healy does not have the marketing skills of Trevor Milton. While Hyliion itself has the potential to break away from the Nikola drama, HYLN's price will likely remain quite dependent upon TSLA's price movements, just like all the other stocks in the EV space. Any out-of-control tweet by Elon Musk, let alone any performance hiccup over at Tesla, could have adverse effects on HYLN. Stock Price Advantages Even I expected a second wave of COVID-19 to have a correction effect on tech stocks. I was mistaken in this regard, as large institutional funds have rotated back into the tech sector, including that part of it which is future-tech oriented (TSLA, SHOP, FSLY, ZM, etc.). Evaluation HYLN is a solid hold for at least five years, maybe even ten. It is definitely worth a starter position first thing in the morning, and an additional position or two later in the day, for DCA purposes. Disclosure: Will be long 52 shares very shortly, if not already. submitted by /u/Torlek1 [link] [comments]
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2020-12-23 21:15:43
P&G names Andre Schulten as CFO replacing Jon Moeller
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DoorDash, UberEats... Mafia companies?
For me, they really sound like that. They create a business on serving a product/service they don't own. They come to your country/city and slowly start making hard for restaurant owners to operate if they don't join them. Even if a restaurant has its own delivery service, only the hardcore fans will be ordering directly from the company website/app (unless they are big chains like dominos or pizza hut). So slowly the restaurants are forced to join, and lose a good percentage of their hard-earned income to them (I have heard that door dash charges 10 to 25%). Why restaurants do not rebel??? I mean, it is not really that hard for the restaurants to cooperatively make a service/app like door dash. A dozen or so of good programers can replicate it in few months. Ok, agree, the whole logistics of the fleet of cars/bikes, drivers, routing, etc can be complicated,.... but still it is not impossible. It can even be a separate company, where a big chunk of the shares are available only to the restaurants, and the restaurants can join the service only by buying shares. I am sure there are tons of other alternatives. The same goes for Uber and Airbnb. They advertise themselves as the leaders in sharing economy. But a true sharing economy is where the owners are the ones who are providing the service/product. Is it too naive to imagine an Uber like service/app that is owned by the drivers collectively, or airbnb that is owned by the renters, etc? Maybe this is more difficult than the doordahs/ubereats cases as we are dealing mostly with individuals and not businesses. But on the other hand, specially with Airbnb, the logistics are much simpler, no drivers, no route optimisation, etc... In short, I am dreaming of a time when all these parasite companies disappear. If anyone wants to join forces and start a slow coup d'etat of these companies, let me know :-) submitted by /u/futureIsYes [link] [comments]
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2020-12-23 21:15:43
Disney STOCK NEWS | DoorDash & AirBnB Price Target | STOCK EARNNINGS & MARKET NEWS [12-11]
Disney lays out the plans for the future, the FDA advisory panel gives their OK. What’s my price target and should you buy DoorDash and AirBnB? Let’s talk about this and everything about the stock market Hey everyone and Good morning! So let’s start with the recap of yesterday as we only saw the NASDAQ COMPOSITE gaining some ground, up more than half a % while the SP500 finished .13% down and the Dow Industrial fell just below 30k, losing .23% for the day. All 3 indexes traded way lower in the beginning of the day after the jobless claims came in, but recovered once the FDA Advisory panel meeting started. We also saw the VIX finish higher for the day after it opened at over 23 to start us off. Almost 60% of the companies were advancing yesterday, but the volume was way below average for most of them, with the Energy sector being the only significant gainer, up 3% for the day while most of the sectors were flat or even lost ground for the day. On a factor basis, only large-cap value companies from the industrial sector suffered big yesterday, as small cap growth companies outperformed. You can see in this HEAT MAP, that big caps, with the exception of Apple and Tesla did struggle yesterday, while most of the companies with big gains were from the oil & gas industry, with Chevron gaining more than 3% for the day, while Exxon, Total and BP also had big gains. The numbers that came in yesterday on the economic front where mixed. As initial and continuing jobless claims came in worse than expected, as more than 850K people filed for initial claims up more than 125K since the last week and what the analysts expected, as this was the biggest spike in initial claims since march, while the continuing claims also rose for the first time since September. I am wondering, will this finally push the congress to act on a relief bill? I think the economy really needs it as a bridge to better times. Just look at the EU, they have finally agreed on $2.2T budget and stimulus package to help the Eurozone get through the difficult times. Better numbers came in from the consumer price index, as the index rose by .2%, after it was unchanged in October, but this should be taken with a grain of salt, as most of consumer confidence increase comes from the high-income consumers, while people who have an income under $50K still struggling. Also, the Federal Budget came in better than expected as the deficit shrank more in November compared to October and compared to last year’s month. Today is a slow day in terms of economic data, but we do get a final read on the Producer price index and the consumer sentiment index. We also finally got the FDA panel of outside experts meeting yesterday, which saw the panel vote 17 FOR, 4 against and one abstain. The only small concerns were on the topic of 16 and 17-year old’s as some experts argued that there is insufficient data on that subgroup, but I don’t think that is a case for concern, as the vaccine is likely going to take a while until young people will start to get the shot, as they are one of the least impacted groups. This is great news, as the FDA does usually follow up this committee advice, so we can see the FDA Emergency use authorization very very soon. Vaccine doses are already ready go within 24hours of the authorization so, things will start to move rather fast after that. So, we got some earnings numbers yesterday from a lot of companies, let’s talk about them a little. COSTCO posted a beat on the top and bottom line with e-commerce sales rising by more than 80%, while comparable sales in stores were more than 17%. With both EPS and revenue beating the estimates, I think this might be the time to get into COSTCO, as they are one of the best retailers in the world, they always trade at a premium, the stock is just about 5% from the all-time high and is far from overbought territory. I really like them as they have also rewarded shareholders constantly both with great growth and dividends. Broadcom also posted a great beat on EPS and an 11% increase in revenues, fueled by a great beat in the semiconductor segment, while also posting a free cash flow of over $3B, way better than expected, as they also increased the quarterly dividend by 11% and have made a lot of senior leadership changes yesterday, but the stock is down more than 2% in pre-market trading despite a lot of great numbers. The company has most of its revenues coming from semiconductor solutions, this is very good as the global semiconductor sales have increased more than 5% in FY2020 and are expected to increase more than 8% for FY 2021, way better than the previous outlook of 6,2%. The company also posted all time highs in net revenue, free cash flows, gross margin and adjusted EBITDA, while the compound annual growth of the dividend since FY2016 is almost 50%. I think I might be investing even more in this company especially if they have a pullback. Next let’s go to Lululemon who also posted a beat on EPS and Revenues, while comparable sales were up 19% with better gross and operating margins than expected. This was led by a huge rise in the international markets which will continue to expand as they gain more recognition overseas. A smaller company that reported yesterday was Dave & Buster’s as the losses were smaller than expected as comparable store sales declined by 66% as the restrictions in the restaurant industry keeps hammering away. The stock was trading +4% in after hours as investors may have though of an even worse result. Moving on, Adobe also released earnings before the market opened yesterday, after a delayed earnings release. They posted a great beat on EPS and the revenues while also giving great guidance for next year, way above the consensus, with more than $15B in revenues and a EPS of over $11. The company also announced a new $15B share buyback program which will increase the value of the stock through the next 4 years while also have a strong growth path, and despite all of this the stock lost more than 1,4% for the day. The other earnings report that was released yesterday was from Oracle, they also posted a great beat on the top and bottom line, but didn’t offer any guidance as that kind of disappointed investors and dipped about 1% in after hours. I don’t really have a great grasp of the company’s growth potential is right now. We also got the Disney Investors meeting, in which the company share a lot of new great things. First of all, Disney+ has gone up another 18% since just 4 weeks ago, and is up to more than 86M subscribers, with the total number for the company’s streaming services surpassing 137M as they plan to expand Disney+ in Eastern Europe, South Korea, Hong Kong and other markets next year. The company also expects to have more than 230M subscribers by 2024, a very big increase from the prior estimate, while they are also planning on raising the monthly fee starting in March. They plan to release a lot of new content directly to Disney+, which is another big hit to the cinema world. With the Marvel and Star Wars series being big blockbusters for the movie industry. They presented so much new content for the company, that it took them more than 2 hours to talk about all of this. But they also said that these decisions are temporary, and that they still prefer theatrical releases especially for blockbusters, so, there is still some hope for cinema’s, but maybe not just right now, it will take years to recover from this, and they will probably have to largely reduce the number of screens so that they may become profitable again. So, over 100 new content releases per year is a lot for the company, this was a very good investors meeting that pleased investors, as the company is trading +7,5% in pre-market. Disney is my second biggest position in my portfolio and I am really happy with what the company presented today. I think this stock may get to 200$ easily when the parks and entertainment business goes back online, as that accounted for 1/3 of the revenues before this year. In other stock market news, NIO will offer 60M shares, with an additional 9M shares option for underwriters. The stock fell sharply after the news, dropping more than 6% in After-hours trading. Also, Qualcomm suffered after the close yesterday, as the shares fell more than 5% after news popped that Apple is moving to a develop their first cellular modem which will replace the Qualcomm modem in iPhone. The shares dropped as Qualcomm gets about 11% of its revenue from Apple. So, one last thing that I want to talk about is the recent IPOs from DoorDash and AirBnb. AirBNB also went public yesterday and started trading at $146, way above the $68 IPO price. This means the company has a market cap of over $100B, way higher than its rival Booking at $86B market cap and even higher than some of the biggest hotels in the world, Marriot & Hilton. The stock even hit a new high of $165, I believe this happened as brokers started to get hands on the shares and orders started to fill in, but the stock did go back down to finish at $144, that means the stock gained more than 112% just in one day. The stock is down again more than 2% in pre-market guys. I would avoid these stocks as much as I can as I believe they are well overhyped at the moment. I think we can see a pullback that may offer a better opportunity in AirBnb after the first earnings results. I would buy this company only if it drops to around 80$ as a price target, if not I maintain my sell opinion on the stock, though I personally, am not shorting any stock due to the risk of the high volatility associated with this companies as they have a very small share float. While my opinion on DoorDash is that we might not see a pullback or correction as soon as AirBnb as demand will probably continue to be strong for at least a couple of quarters, before the growth slows down as well as very though future comps. We might see a drop in price then, as I think this stock is also well overvalued. I also maintain my sell opinion on this stock and just like with AirBNB, I am not going to touch this stock, I think a reasonable PT for DoorDash as a sell is about 100$. But I would try to stay away as much as possible, I’d rather go and find better growth opportunities in other companies, and not waste time and money on these 2 stocks. 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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Darling Ingredients (NYSE: DAR) - Biodiesel + Animal Feeds
What is Darling Ingredients? Summary: The Company collects and transforms all aspects of animal by-product streams into useable and specialty ingredients, such as collagen, edible fats, feed-grade fats, animal proteins and meals, plasma, pet food ingredients, organic fertilizers, yellow grease, fuel feedstocks, green energy, natural casings and hides. The Company also recovers and converts recycled oils (used cooking oil and animal fats) into valuable feed and fuel ingredients, and collects and processes residual bakery products into feed ingredients. In addition, the Company provides environmental services, such as grease trap collection and disposal services to food service establishments. In fiscal year 2019, the Company generated $3.4 billion in revenues and $312.6 million in net income attributable to Darling. ~ 10% profit margin is good, but we'll see why it's good later on. I was initially drawn to this company because I had heard a lot of good things about insect proteins. For those who haven't heard, compared to all sources of protein (Cows, chicken, pigs, fish, plants etc.) insect protein is the least resource intensive. It's safe to say based on several macro economic factors that high-protein, low resource sustainable food sources should have a lot of room for growth, if not for human consumption initially, it can be fed to other animals. Darling had recently acquired Enviroflight LLC: EnviroFlight, LLC is a leading developer of proprietary technologies which enable the rearing of non-pathogenic black soldier fly (BSF) larvae in a scalable manner. This innovative and responsible approach has considerable potential within the sizable global animal feed industry as it will provide an environmentally-friendly, toxin-free, sustainable source of high-value nutrients. Based on this headline, I decided to look a bit deeper into the company. Here is the 10K for 2019. You'll see that revenues in the past 5 years actually show negative growth. But Net Income had grown by 300% from 2018-19. I saw no large settlement, sale of assets (20m sale of business segments would only explain 6% of the change), or drop in expenses - SG&A had in fact increased sizably. The culprit was a joint venture called Diamond Green Diesel. The net income from Darling's 50% stake was >$360m, up over 100% from the year prior, and 1300% from 2017. In the 3 months trailing 9/26/20, net income attributable to Diamond Green Diesel is up 80% from the same three months last year. Hence the current price run. What is Diamond Green Diesel? a biodiesel facility and is a partner with Valero Energy Corporation in Diamond Green Diesel, a renewable diesel facility, both of which convert used cooking oils and animal fats into valuable biofuel products. Renewable Diesel sounds good, what is it? Renewable diesel is made from responsible and sustainable feedstock, such as used cooking oil, rendered animal fats and inedible corn oil. It is molecularly the same as petroleum-based diesel and it meets the ASTM International’s standard for Diesel Fuel Oils (D-975). Renewable diesel is a clean-burning, drop-in fuel (chemically identical to standard diesel) that can cut greenhouse gas emissions by 80%. It is 100% compatible with existing engines and infrastructure. Sounds like the government might like to have Green Diesel replace regular diesel. Funny you should mention that: For 2019, 2018 and 2017, biodiesel blenders registered with the Internal Revenue Service were eligible for a tax incentive in the amount of $1.00 per gallon of renewable diesel blended with petroleum diesel to produce a mixture containing at least 0.1% diesel fuel. In December 2019, this $1.00 per gallon blenders tax credit was reinstated retroactively for calendar years 2018 and 2019 and extended for calendar years 2020, 2021 and 2022. Diamond Green/Darling is currently building facilities to increase its production 6 fold. I hope you learned something! Disclosures: I do in fact have financial interest in this company submitted by /u/Precookedcoin [link] [comments]
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Tesla to replace Apartment Investment and Management in the S&P 500
Tesla will replace Apartment Investment and Management Co. in the S&P 500 when the electric vehicle company joins the index before trading begins on Dec. 21, S&P Dow Jones Indices said Friday. Tesla will also be added to the S&P 100, replacing Occidental Petroleum in that index. S&P Dow Jones Indices previously announced on Nov. 16 that Tesla would join the S&P 500. Tesla's size — it's the largest company ever to be added to the benchmark index — prompted the index provider to seek feedback from the investment community over whether to add Tesla all at once or in two separate tranches. S&P Dow Jones Indices ultimately decided on the former, announcing on Nov. 30 that it would add Tesla at its full float-adjusted market cap on Dec. 21. "In its decision, S&P DJI considered the wide range of responses it received, as well as, among other factors, the expected liquidity of Tesla and the market's ability to accommodate significant trading volumes on this date," the index provider said. Tesla's addition to the S&P 500 will be based on the closing prices of Friday Dec. 18, coinciding with the expiration of stock options and stock futures, which should help facilitate the addition because of the high trading volume, S&P said. S&P Dow Jones Indices has not yet announced Tesla's weighting in the index. There's currently over $11.2 trillion in assets benchmarked to the S&P 500, with roughly $4.6 trillion of the total in indexed funds, meaning significant portfolio adjustments will have to be made to make room for Tesla. According to Howard Silverblatt, senior index analyst at S&P Dow Jones Indices, $80 billion worth of Tesla stock will have to be bought by index investors. He noted that trading volatility could be exacerbated by Tesla not being a member of the S&P 1500, S&P 400 Midcap or S&P 600 Small Cap indices. Funds managers that must buy the index will try to buy Tesla as near the Dec. 18 closing price as possible. "It's probably going to be one of the biggest market on close buy orders of all time," said Peter Boockvar, chief investment strategist at Bleakley Advisory Group. Source submitted by /u/Brothanogood [link] [comments]
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: Tesla to replace Apartment Investment and Management in S&P 500
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Tesla to replace Apartment Investment and Management in the S&P 500 Index
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How to take advantage of companies moving to Texas?
Companies like Tesla and Oracle are leaving California for Texas. This is because of tax rates, right? Are there any tickers I could look into to take advantage of this migration to Texas, or is there another avenue of investment? Thanks for any and all replies. submitted by /u/a_eggplant [link] [comments]
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Why Day Trading is a Loser’s Game
When I first started stock trading at the ripe age of 15 years old, it was because I had lost over $3,000 of my roughly $5,000 in life savings from mowing lawns in the dot-com crash. The technology focused mutual funds my parents had invested me in had plummeted in value. ​ As a result of this traumatic experience, I wanted to take charge of my financial future and not leave it in the hands of an actively managed mutual fund. ​ With no concept of day trading costs, order execution quality, let alone a fear for losing, I sold the mutual funds, opened a custodian account at TD Ameritrade, and quickly started crushing the market. ​ Over the course of three years I took my portfolio of several thousand and ran it up to nearly $100,000. ​ I was the man. ​ When I reached my peak portfolio value at age 18, I was a freshman in college with three monitors on my dorm room desk, skipping class and day trading for friends live. ​ I then lost $72,000 in one trade and realized there was a lot more to stock trading than meets the eye. ​ Now at the ripe old age of 33, 18 years of market “experience” has helped me realize that I was a statistic in a game that never ends. ​ Just like rolling heads ten times in a row, my luck streak ran out and I gave most of what I had earned back to the market. ​ Looking back, here are ten hard facts I wish I had understood about day trading professionally when I got started. ​ 10. The “lifestyle” of a successful day trader is a big fat lie Yachts, women (men for those ladies pursuing the dream), private jets and business class, presidential suites, fancy cars, 10k stacks, mansions, etc all encompass what is presented as the “dream day trader lifestyle”. ​ The dream advertised by stock picking subscription services, Twitter and Instagram accounts, etc. are all built on a foundation of sand. ​ Sadly, it’s all clever marketing and not a reality. ​ FACT: 99.9% of stock picking service providers make more money from their subscriptions and product sales than they do their own trading. ​ They are able to live the, “lifestyle” because of us and our desire to day trade part-time or make some money on the side or get rich investing. Without you, those stock picking services wouldn’t exist. ​ The next time you see a trading service trying to sell you on a monthly chat room subscription, day trading education course, DVD, or live trading lessons, look around the site and see if they have audited tax records of their returns listed anywhere. They won’t. ​ The only difference between you and them is that they figured out #9 and #8 below before you and decided to pursue a career in education and, “giving back” to help you out. This includes sharing their daily stock picks and lessons for a monthly fee. ​ Lesson: Professional trading is not for the faint of heart and rarely includes the, “lifestyle” portrayed on the web and social media. ​ 9. You really need at least a $1,000,000 portfolio to trade full-time To trade for a living, you need a large bankroll. Why? Because you can’t just assume you will have profitable years forever. You also have to consider trading expenses (commissions), drawing a salary to pay bills, alongside paying taxes on all those short term capital gains. ​ When you’re young and single, you can keep costs down. Heck, I was living on less than a $100 per month food budget at one point to pursue the dream. According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average American under 25 spends $2,531 per month or $30,372 per year. ​ As you age, your expenses naturally go up. ​ Now you may thinking, “Blain, there is thing called leverage.” ​ Yes, there are ways to leverage your portfolio. With a $25,000 margin account and pattern day trader status, you can trade up to $100,000 (4x) in securities per day and hold up to $50,000 (2x) overnight. It’s a gift and a curse. The stakes are much higher. ​ Looking at some basic math, let’s say your single and under 25. Your cost of living should be on average $30,372 per year and your tax rate is effectively zero. ​ To break even on a $1 million portfolio, you would need to return 3.1% a year. With a $100,000 portfolio, you are talking about a 31% return. ​ Again, just to break even. ​ Mind you, this doesn’t include trading costs, research, trading subscriptions, etc. which can easily total thousands of dollars a year. ​ Even if you had an unbelievable year and returned 50% on a $100,000 portfolio, you are only building your bankroll +$14,769 for next year ($50,000 – $4,859 taxes – $30,372 avg cost of living). Again, not including trading costs. ​ If that wasn’t daunting enough, the above assumes you never have a down month, let alone a down year. ​ To live, you need to take draws every month (another piece of wisdom I realized after the fact), which means you need to win… constantly. Shrinking your portfolio base even 10% is a serious hurdle to overcome. ​ Lesson: You can get started with as little as a few thousand dollars, but don’t get suckered into attempting to trade for a living unless you have at least a $1,000,000 portfolio. When you factor in the swings of trading, taxes, cost of living, and time, its seriously david vs goliath math. ​ 8. The odds are stacked against you There are many very smart people out there. With a global stock market cap of $69 trillion, there is a lot of money at stake and endless resources put into research. ​ YOU: Go to the mall on the weekend, walk into a Lululemon store, see a lot of people paying full price for yoga pants. The “aha” moment, this place is packed. You use your mobile trading app to scan a tag, discover “LULU” as the ticker symbol, talk to the sales clerk about how sales have been, then quickly buy some shares on your phone. ​ INSTITUTIONAL FUND: Knows the founders and has regular calls with the CFO. Their research staff calls Lululemon stores across the country, as well as suppliers, and pulls data nationwide to determine how the numbers are really lining up. They then analyze to determine that margins are being contracted despite strong sales growth and sell the stock heading into its next earnings call. ​ To take this full circle, guess what happened to Lululemon after it’s most recent earnings (Sept. 8, 2020) DESPITE positive chatter from traders and analysts? -16.41% the next day. ​ Here’s what one research group, FBR Capital, had to say post Lululemon earnings: ​ “Firm notes the key 2Q issue was the GM miss relative to guidance/expectations, which reflected incremental port-delay-related/material liability costs and potentially a greater-than-expected mix shift to lower-margin categories (men’s, women’s fashion). Of foremost go-forward concern is a +55% increase in inventories, which, in addition to sales higher-cost units, is likely a factor in its lower 3Q guide relative to the Street. While there is some in-transit/early delivery noise, LULU has to move through a significant amount of product in 2H15 to normalize sales/inventories.” ​ Is that what your research pulled up too? Doubt it. ​ Lesson: Don’t ever think for a second that you can outsmart the market. There is always someone out there that knows more than you. ​ 7. The 5% rule Allocate no more than 5% of your portfolio to personal trading and invest the rest in low cost index funds. ​ An oldie but a goody, the Wall Street Journal had a weekend feature back in 2013 titled, Investing for the Fun of It. Here’s an excerpt: ​ "Win or lose, the key to using play money safely is to make sure it involves a sum the investor can live without." ​ “Enjoy the fun of gambling and the thrill of the chase, but not with your rent money and certainly not with college education funds for your children, nor with your retirement nest egg,” John Bogle, Vanguard’s founder, wrote in “The Little Book of Common Sense Investing,” published in 2007. ​ Mr. Bogle wrote that what he called “funny money” should amount to no more than 5% of a person’s investments. Some experts put the limit lower. Mr. Malkiel says it depends upon the investor’s individual circumstances. ​ Getting the proportion wrong is one risk. Another is that an investor will lose, for example, 5% of his or her money and think, “I was so, so close. Let me take another 5%,” Mr. Statman says. The temptation to keep on trying to win is common, he says, and some people find it hard to resist. ​ Lesson: Your long term future is more important than your short term desire to get rich overnight. Trade with no more than 5% of your portfolio and invest the rest in low cost index funds. ​ 6. The power of compounded returns Compounded returns really make a difference. You may think that 5% – 10% returns are boring, but over the course of decades it stacks up. ​ Let’s run some hypothetical examples. ​ Example A: $10,000 starting portfolio, $2,000 added per year with a 5% return per year. ​ After 35 years, total contributions equal $80,000. End portfolio value, $235,800.77. Gross return, +$155,000 (+195%). ​ Example B: $10,000 starting portfolio, $2,000 added per year with a 9.6% return per year (S&P 500 historical return). ​ After 35 years, total contributions equal $80,000. End portfolio value, $741,930.11. Gross return, +$661,930.11 (+827%). ​ Looking at scenario B with a 4.6% higher annual return, the difference is a staggering $506,129.34. ​ Fun fact: over any 20 year period since 1926, the S&P 500 has never returned a loss. ​ Lesson: The earlier you can start investing (ideally in low cost index funds), the better. The power of compounded returns over the course of several decades cannot be underestimated. ​ 5. Taking tips from people “smarter” than you is a terrible idea Hot stock tips are everywhere, and unfortunately no matter how experienced you are, it can be really hard to pass up a great buy tip, especially if the person has apparent access to some “behind the scenes” information no one else knows about. ​ FEATURED STORY: Top 5 Penny Stocks to Watch This Week with Gains as Much as 97% ​ Unfortunately, ads like the one above for penny stocks are designed to sucker you in to buy a product or service. These tips are utter junk and will leave your wallet and portfolio bleeding red in the end. ​ Reality: If someone even had a strategy that could consistently return even 11% per year, they’d be rich beyond their wildest dreams and would not need to sell picks. ​ The S&P 500 historical return is 9.6%. Endowments, pension funds, and the like would poor money hand over fist into any fund manager that could consistently generate 1.4% of alpha decade after decade. ​ Lastly, this rule includes Wall Street analysts. Ignore analyst buy/sell recommendations. ​ No one knows what the market is going to do tomorrow, next week, or next year. At best, it’s just an “educated guess” from someone really “smart”. ​ Warren Buffett sums it up best, "With enough insider information and a million dollars, you can go broke in a year." ​ Lesson: No matter how smart they are, the odds are always stacked against you. Pursue stock tips with extreme skepticism. ​ 4. One trade can easily make or break your year (or career) Until you live this first hand, unfortunately it won’t fully hit home. You can spend your whole year seeing small wins and losses. Have an off day, break your rules, and hold a large position into earnings and “wham!”, you might wake up poor the next morning. ​ The opposite is also true. Make a great call, follow your rules, and sell a monster winner that represents over 90% of your gains for the year. Despite dozens or hundreds of uneventful trades over months prior, you’ll be very happy you showed up ready to trade that day. ​ Lesson: Never underestimate the impact a single trade decision can have on your portfolio. ​ 3. Taxes and the costs of trading are a serious hurdle This comes back to #9, but it’s worth breaking down the basics. Here are the key terms to understand: ​ Short term capital gains tax – “Short term capital gains do not benefit from any special tax rate – they are taxed at the same rate as your ordinary income. For 2015, ordinary tax rates range from 10 percent to 39.6 percent, depending on your total taxable income.” – TurboTax Long term capital gains tax – “If you can manage to hold your assets for longer than a year, you can benefit from a reduced tax rate on your profits. For 2014, the long-term capital gains tax rates are 0, 15, and 20 percent for most taxpayers. If your ordinary tax rate is already less than 15 percent, you could qualify for the zero percent long-term capital gains rate. For high-income taxpayers, the capital gains rate could save as much as 19.6 percent off the ordinary income rate.” – TurboTax Trade Commission – Charge to buy or sell stock. Order Execution Quality – Many brokers sell high frequency trading firms the right to “peek” at your order and more or less screw you on your fill. This is called payment for order flow. Despite being $.01 or $.02 per share, poor fill costs can add up real quick when you trade frequently. Out performing the S&P 500 in any given year is a feat in itself, but when you then take into consideration taxes, commission costs, and research (those hot stock pick services, chat rooms, and market newsletters don’t come for free), the game becomes that much more difficult. ​ Lesson: When taxes, commissions, and other costs of trading such as research are taking into consideration, the challenge of outperforming the market year after year as a career are compounded. ​ 2. Confirmation bias and your emotions are your worst enemy Trading is a mental game. The mind is a beautiful thing, and given a runway of endless inspiration data, it can wreak some serious havoc. "Confirmation bias is the tendency to search for, interpret, prefer, and recall information in a way that confirms one’s beliefs or hypotheses while giving disproportionately less attention to information that contradicts it." ​ In the trading world, this means you see a setup or price action and quickly convince yourself to buy or sell. Unfortunately, 99% of the time you should be doing the direct opposite. ​ Technical analysis is one of the worst in provoking this natural human behavior. “Oh, I’ve seen this pattern before, it’s a buy”. There is a reason why online brokers offer dozens and in some cases hundreds of technical indicators. Indicators encourage you to see more “patterns” and trade more frequently. ​ In poker, a player can go on “tilt” and make poor decisions, ultimately losing their stack in a hurry. The same mental dilemma applies to trading. ​ Several quotes from market masters on trading psychology: ​ "The truth is that trading, both successful and unsuccessful, is more about psychology than tactics." – Jack Schwager ​ "I’m always thinking about losing money as opposed to making money. Don’t focus on making money, focus on protecting what you have." – Paul Tudor Jones ​ "Everyone has the brainpower to make money in stocks. Not everyone has the stomach." – Peter Lynch ​ Lesson: Trading is 90% mental and 10% skill. Those who succeed learn to manage risk and trade unemotionally. ​ 1. Passive indexing is the best path forward for 99.9% of Americans Widely regarded as the greatest investor of all time, Warren Buffet understands the market and his advice for the average American is priceless: ​ "It is not necessary to do extraordinary things to get extraordinary results. … By periodically investing in an index fund, the know-nothing investor can actually outperform most investment professionals." ​ Historically speaking, since 1928 the S&P 500 has returned 9.6% per year. By simply buying an ETF like SPY or VOO, you can replicate the performance of the S&P 500 for .095% ($9.50 per $10,000 invested) or .03% ($3 per $10,000 invested), respectively, in expense ratios per year. The same applies for mutual funds like Vanguard’s VFIAX. ​ As far as allocation goes, Warren also keeps it simple, "My advice to the trustee could not be more simple: Put 10% of the cash in short-term government bonds and 90% in a very low-cost S&P 500 index fund. I suggest Vanguard’s. (VFINX)" ​ The numbers don’t lie. Despite staffs of analysts, access to CEOs, CFOs, unlimited capital for research, etc. on average, the majority of hedge funds underperform the market each year. ​ Lesson: Warren Buffett is the greatest investor of all-time. He recommends low cost indexing, instead of market timing, as the best path to long term success. ​ Closing Thoughts For new investors getting started, trading should be a quest for knowledge, not about getting rich. ​ While I have no regrets of investing thousands of hours into the markets over the past 18 years, I’ve had to accept the reality that my retirement portfolio would be further ahead had I understood these truths from the beginning: ​ The “lifestyle” of a successful day trader is a big fat lie You really need at least a $1,000,000 portfolio to trade full-time The odds are dramatically stacked against you Allocate 5% or less of your portfolio to trading (speculating) and invest the rest in low cost index funds The effect of compounded returns over the course of several decades is amazing Taking tips from people “smarter” than you is a terrible idea One trade can easily make or break your year (or career) Taxes and the costs of trading are a serious hurdle Confirmation bias and your emotions are your worst enemy Passive indexing is the best path forward for 99.9% of Americans If your mentality is to use the market as a vehicle to supplement income or get rich, stop yourself, you’re already primed for failure. Day trading is a loser’s game. submitted by /u/JackIsNotInTheBox [link] [comments]
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2020-12-13

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2020-12-23 21:15:43
My Tesla Stock Price Predictions | Buy or Sell Before Entering the SP500? Tesla Stock Price Target [12-13]
Should you buy Tesla stock before it enters the SP500 or should you wait it out? My price prediction for Tesla. It is a very long post but read until the end of the post as I give my price target for TESLA long-term and also what I think will happen in the next couple of weeks Hey everyone and Welcome! This is a very long post just so you know but let’s go over some of the latest news on Tesla before moving on to some analysis, predictions and my price target for the stock. So, Tesla has seen a huge move to the upside after the SP500 inclusion news, as the stock started to surge with a 10% spike in just the first day and continue to gain around 50% since that news came out, as the company has surpassed a market cap of $500B, that means the company is valued more than Toyota, GM, Ford, Nissan and Honda combined. The EV world has seen a huge spike in the last couple of years and will continue to benefit a lot from the move to green energy. The EV short-term share of sales is expected to rise in China to 15% by 2023 with the rest of the world lagging behind, but in the long-term, by 2040, most of the world’s regions are expected to have over 30% market share for EVs with China, Europe and the US leading the way as the Global market share should reach around 60% by 2040. Also, Tesla seems to be on track to make new investments in Indonesia as they hunt for Nickel, the most important component in batteries. The price of this commodity has gone up almost 20% this year, hurting the possibility of Tesla to either make bigger profits or make cheaper cars that will attract even more buyers. Meanwhile, it was just announced that Tesla will replace Apartment Investment and Management with the ticker AIV in the SP500 which saw the its stock value plummet after the news. They will also replace Occidental Petroleum with the ticker OXY in the SP100. Other good news came for Tesla from China, as they reported an increase of more than 100% year over year in EVs and hybrid car sales. With sales of electric cars from Tesla surpassing 21.000 in the last month. While overall car sales also increased in China more than 11% since last year to over 2.3M. Also, the company has declared that they will continue to sell around $5B in shares at market price from time to time. This usually is bad news for companies as the value of individual stocks gets diluted. Tesla is seeking to strengthen the balance sheet as they will have more than $20B in cash reserves after the latest stock offering in the next year, as the total cash reserves have been increasing steadily, as well as using part of the funds for general corporate purposes by getting out of the debt of the company while also continuing to innovate, as the company is forecasted to spend around $50B in capex and R&D in the next 5 years, more than double what GM is targeting to spend in the same period. My opinion is that Musk is brilliant, he is selling stock at very good prices as young retail investors just keep buying this stock at any price. And with $5B in SHARES being under 1% of the market cap right now, this will help the company in the long run as more available money brings more stability and probably more research and developments. So, before even starting, you should now that I am neither a convinced bear or bull that will not change his mind on Tesla. If you do believe this next valuation for the company, then you can agree that Tesla will not only be a car maker in the future, as they keep expanding into more & more businesses like network services, energy storage, the internet-of-cars and even insurance. The company is also undergoing major growth projects with 3 new factories fin different stages of construction in Shanghai, Berlin and Austin, this will help them to have the ability to respond to the huge demand in the EV market alongside the already established Freemont and Buffalo factories. I have made some predictions based on the growth rate of the company, the latest plans announced by them and used some estimates. So, keep in mind this are only projections and are calculated by myself, this is not an investment advice and you should do your own research. This are my 2023 projections for Tesla, I expect them to have around $112B in automotive sales revenue by that year, as I expect they will be able to sell around 2.8M cars worldwide at around a $40K price, which is way below the average $54K they sell cars at the moment. So, as the cheaper models become available, I expect this to decrease to around $40K, that seems pretty reasonable to me. I will give them around a 3% of the automotive sales in lease revenue, as they have stood around this rate in the past, as not many people lease Tesla’s. I will also give them the benefit of the doubt of almost doubling the Energy revenues, as they stand at around $580M in the last quarter, so that would be around $2.4B on an annual basis. And will also give them around 10% of the automotive sales in services and other revenues as this has been a pretty steady number in the past for the company. You can see in the latest earnings report that the company has been improving almost in every department in the last quarters with the exception of Q1 this year as they were forced to shut down part of the operations at the end of Q1 and the start of Q2. This is what my projections are based on in both revenues and expenses. So, about the expenses expenses in 2023, I will lower the expense margin from around 72% where it stands at the moment to around 70% where Musk’s target is in the future as this has been improving in the last years for automotive sales. I will also keep the same expense margin on leases and services. While on Energy expenses I will be more conservative and give them a 90% expense margin, even if this might improve to 80-85% if they do want to raise the price for the products and sacrifice some growth. This means that they will have a gross income of around $37.5B in 2023. And meanwhile the company is also expected to have some big investments going in 2023 as well, as I made a projection based on past expenses that rounded up to around $9B. They will also have some interest expenses due as the company does still have significant debt but they are working on lowering that as I previously mentioned with new money being raised from time to time by selling stocks. I will also keep them in the same tax bracket as in the past at a 28% level which gives the company an income after tax of almost $20B. So, guys, at the moment there are over 1.1B shares outstanding of Tesla. And with my current projections the company would make almost $18 per share in earnings in 2023. That would mean the stock is trading at 34 times future earnings right now, which compared to the insane current price to earnings ratio which stands at over 1200, that would be amazing. If the stock would trade at 40x forward earnings, which is very low compared to lowest P/E in the last 10 years, that would mean the stock would trade at over 700$ and if you slightly increase that to a 50x future PE the stock would jump to almost 900$ Tesla has been mostly improving its free cash flow to around $1.4B in the last quarter, which was only hit at the begging of this year, while also increasing the total amount of operating cash flow. Here are some of the highlights that were reported in the latest earnings report. As the company increased the balance sheet by almost $6B. While the company would have posted an even bigger earnings per share if the stock-based compensations would have been removed, as they accounted for over $540M. The company reported record vehicle deliveries, profitability and free cash flow while continuing to develop the 3 big factories. Since the earnings reports they have also started to rollout the Full-Self-Driving feature in more and more cars and kept that promise. The company has posted a beat of earnings expectations in the last quarter, and is expected to see an increase in both revenue and earnings, with the growth expected to continue in the future based on what analysts expect to see, as they expect over 50% increases year over year for each of the next 4 quarters. So, I will give you 3 targets for my bear, normal and bull cases for this company. I expect the lowest the stock can reach by 2023 is around 700$ which would give you a rate of return of almost 15% by 2023. While my base case price target for Tesla is around 850$ which would bring you almost 40% returns on the capital invested by 2023. And my bull case for the stock would see the stock valued at over $1K, that would mean an impressive 72% return on investment by 2023. So here is the full spreadsheet that I have projected for Tesla in 2023, if you do have another opinion or a suggestion please leave a comment down below, I think I have been conservative in most of my projections, with only a couple of big assumptions that they will increase the Energy revenues and the Automotive profit margins slightly. Keep in mind, this might sound ridiculous, but just look at the growth Tesla has had in the last 10years. The company has increased in value by more 760% in just the past year and is almost 10.000% up in the last 10 years. So yes, the valuation is mad right now for the company, but are you willing to bet against Elon Musk? Short sellers have been crushed as they continued to bet against him. Investors, and mostly the young investors in Tesla don’t think at the old & traditional metrics and valuations, they believe that Musk is the new Steve Jobs so they can’t get enough of this stock at the moment. So, what do I expect in the next couple of days, weeks and months for Tesla? Let’s look at this CHART. Starting with the stock split, the stock had a pretty big run which ended with a buy the news & sell the event correction in the stock. After that Tesla continued to trade sideways for over 2 months before spiking once again after the news that the company will be included in the SP500. The company had an impressive run from 408$ to almost 650$ in just 3 weeks, and since that moment the stock has seen some resistance at those high levels especially in the 600-630$ range. I think we might see a small correction in the stock, to the 550$ levels as this coincides with the 21 EMA, the 21 SMA and the next level of support. Also, after the SP500 news, the stock was bought on massive volume and was in overbought territory with an RSI over 70, as things have just cooled off a little in the last days with the RSI dropping below overbought territory. Meanwhile, while expectations have been increasing from retail investors, as they are expecting the stock to always go higher, the latest news that they will have an extended production shutdown after Christmas and maybe also some panic selling if the stock doesn’t go up on the 18th or 21st, as most retail investors probably expect the stock to go even higher after the SP500 inclusion, may bring Tesla into correction territory. The spike in stocks after inclusion in index funds has been proven wrong time and time again. Just look at this chart, which shows that companies between 2008 and 2017 saw a negative 2% average return in the next 20 days after the inclusion despite seeing a huge run before the actual day. So, what would I do? Well, I owned Tesla stock until about a week ago and sold out at $590 with more than 40% in gains, as I think there will be a slight correction in the stock, and I will get back in the stock after that correction does occur. Remember, I think this stock is going higher in the long-run as my 2023 predictions show, but I did want to take some risk off the table at the moment, as it will be a highly volatile moment for the company. I think there might be a lot of people willing to sell shares on the 18th and 21st, and this might flood the market and drive the price lower, as I think most investors and money managers have already adjusted their portfolios before this date, while a lot of retail investors will be left with stocks that they want to get rid off and fewer and fewer people to buy it. Thank you everyone for reading! Hope you enjoyed the content! Be sure to leave a comment down below with your opinion on TESLA stock! Have a great day and see you next time! submitted by /u/0toHeroInvesting [link] [comments]
2020-12-14

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2020-12-23 21:15:43
Peloton is one of six companies set to be added to soaring Nasdaq 100 index in annual shake up
A 312% year-to-date rally in Peloton has helped the connected fitness equipment maker join the ranks of its large-cap tech peers: inclusion in the Nasdaq 100 index. In its annual year-end shake up, Nasdaq announced it would boot six companies from the index, replacing them with Peloton and 5 others. Peloton is one of many work-from-home stocks that have experienced a surge in demand for their core offerings due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its related stay-at-home orders. After a 312% year-to-date rally and a market value of more than $35 billion, Peloton will join the ranks of its large-cap tech peers: inclusion in the Nasdaq 100 index. The annual year-end shake up to the technology-heavy index will result in the removal of 6 companies and the addition of 6 others, Nasdaq said on Friday. Aside from Peloton, the companies to be added to the Nasdaq 100 prior to the market open on December 21 are American Electric Power, Marvell Technology Group, Match Group, Okta, and Atlassian. Many of the names being added to the Nasdaq 100 index have seen a surge in demand for their product offerings due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its related restrictions on businesses and social gatherings. Peloton customers have seen their expected delivery time for the connected fitness equipment extend into months as consumers adapt to shuttered or capacity restricted gyms. Peloton sales are up 172% year-over-year. Those 6 companies are taking the place of BioMarin Pharmaceuticals, Citrix Systems, Expedia Group, Liberty Global, Take-Two Interactive Software, and Ulta Beauty. The Nasdaq 100 index was launched in 1985 and comprises of the 100 largest Nasdaq exchange listed non-financial companies. The index is reconstituted each year in December to coincide with the quadruple witch expiration Friday of the quarter. The Nasdaq 100 is up 38% year-to-date, outpacing the S&P 500's year-to-date gain of 13% by nearly triple. Source submitted by /u/Brothanogood [link] [comments]
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2020-12-23 21:15:43
Lipocine: Imminent Catalysts In NASH And Oral Testosterone Replacement Therapy Make For A Strong Buy
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2020-12-15

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2020-12-23 21:15:43
Looking to increase Biotech Holdings
Tl:DR... Looking for small cap Biotech/Pharma stocks to make a portfolio of 5 to 8 stocks and prefer non one off Covid Vaccine firms . I've been holding a lot of EV and Tesla was 20 percent but cut it back to buy NIO so now EV has grown to 30%. I'm about done with picking my Computer Hardware portfolio. Since I'm not trading Aviation/Aerospace currently which is my other normal go to (made some option trades in February to April and took my winnings and have and still intend to sit on the industry sidelines for a few more months): I'd like to start working on my Biotech Holdings by selling off VUG to reach about 30% Biotech. I had some VIR I paid 31 for but sold it today and replaced it with Novavax.... I see both to be risky.... But I no longer see much hope for VIR in either Covid or in Hepatitis. I bought some Moderna today on the dip and probably expect to hold it until end of Q1 based on my current belief of the stock. But if I get enough good Biotech picks would definitely consider trading it out. As I'm not convinced of them 2022 onward at least at their current price. . What would be some good additions to look into for small to smaller medium Cap Biotechs? Considering the risk I'd like to have between 5 to 8 to diversify myself. I am 22 And a Finance & Investment masters. I've done well with Biotech when given firms to research but finding the small firms is the hard part and I haven't looked much on the past 2 years... if there are 1000 Biotech firms.... I spend a lot of time filtering out obvious junk and my investment pool is enough to go through about 25 to 30 stocks but just searching endlessly through Biotech is not. . I'd like to avoid Covid vaccines ones, most of them seem like they will just be a one off deal so unless they have something in the pipeline to be funded with one off covid money or potential like Novavax to be used as a yearly vaccine for years to come I don't see much genuine value. submitted by /u/germanwannabe123 [link] [comments]
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2020-12-23 21:15:43
Combining Swing Trading with Buy-and-Hold
I am primarily a buy and hold investor but I find myself swing trading my long term holdings (unintentionally? Inevitably?) at times and I wondered if anyone out there does so too. I think its a viable strategy especially since I dont have any capital gains tax to worry about. Examples of what I mean: My $SE holdings shot up while my $AMD holdings took a beating that day, I trim a small portion of my SE and place it into $AMD. If my AMD went back up the next few days Id sell and put the money back into SE or any of my holdings that are beaten down that day. If it didnt I would just replenish my SE holding on the next month's deposit. Selling off my initial long term $PLTR holdings because it shot up too much. Im not quite sure what to call what im doing I may be wrong and this may just be simple portfolio optimisation. Its just what i happen to do because I ran out of available cash to deploy during a dip. I guess the benefit of this is that you dont need to have as much cash set aside to pounce on dip opportunities. submitted by /u/Remiskawaii [link] [comments]
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2020-12-23 21:15:43
@Saved102718 @spac_attack Lol @spac_attack blocked me. Well, I wrote CIIG Merger Corp. directly and got a reply from Arrival themselves today. The warrants are 1:1 according to them but I'm sure @spac_attack knows better than Arrival about the value of Arrival's warrants.
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2020-12-23 21:15:43
I figure vuzi glasses replace the rush to buy iphones next year, people switch to watch phone & smart glasses.
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2020-12-17

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$MGNX Announces FDA Approval call scheduled for tom at 8:00 a.m.
MacroGenics, Inc. (Nasdaq: MGNX), a biopharmaceutical company focused on developing and commercializing innovative monoclonal antibody-based therapeutics for the treatment of cancer, today announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved MARGENZA, in combination with chemotherapy, for the treatment of adult patients with metastatic HER2-positive breast cancer who have received two or more prior anti-HER2 regimens, at least one of which was for metastatic disease. MARGENZA is the first product approved from MacroGenics’ promising pipeline. The approval was based on safety and efficacy results from the pivotal Phase 3 SOPHIA trial. “The approval of MARGENZA is an exciting milestone for MacroGenics and, more importantly, it brings a new treatment option to metastatic breast cancer patients. We are grateful for the patients who participated in this study, as well as their families, and everyone who played a role in helping MacroGenics reach this milestone,” said Scott Koenig, M.D., Ph.D., President and CEO of MacroGenics. “As we prepare for our first commercial launch and look forward to being able to deliver MARGENZA to patients, we continue to focus on developing and commercializing innovative antibody-based therapeutics for the treatment of cancer with eight product candidates currently in clinical development.” The approval for MARGENZA was based on data from SOPHIA, a randomized Phase 3 clinical trial. The study, which included 536 patients, showed a statistically significant 24% reduction in the risk of disease progression or death with MARGENZA plus chemotherapy compared with trastuzumab plus chemotherapy (hazard ratio [HR]=0.76; 95% CI, 0.59-0.98; P=0.033; median PFS 5.8 vs 4.9 months). The objective response rate for MARGENZA plus chemotherapy was 22% and for trastuzumab plus chemotherapy was 16%. The final Overall Survival (OS) analysis is expected in the second half of 2021. Adverse reactions occurring in greater than twenty percent of patients with MARGENZA in combination with chemotherapy were fatigue/asthenia (57%), nausea (33%), diarrhea (25%), and vomiting (21%). The MARGENZA U.S. Prescribing Information has a BOXED WARNING for left ventricular dysfunction and embryo-fetal toxicity. In addition, MARGENZA can cause infusion related reactions (IRRs). IRRs occurred in 13% of patients treated with MARGENZA, with the majority reported as Grade 2 or less. Grade 3 IRRs occurred in 1.5% of patients. See below for Important Safety Information. “Early detection and treatment have had a positive impact on the survival of patients with breast cancer, but the prognosis for people diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer remains poor, and additional treatments are needed,” said Hope S. Rugo, M.D., Professor of Medicine and Director of Breast Oncology and Clinical Trials Education, University of California San Francisco Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center. “As the only HER2-targeted agent to have shown a PFS improvement versus trastuzumab in a head-to-head Phase 3 clinical trial, MARGENZA with chemotherapy represents the newest treatment option for patients who have progressed on available HER2-directed therapies.” "Women with metastatic HER2-positive breast cancer are benefitting from ongoing scientific advances," said Christine Benjamin, LMSW, Chair, Metastatic Breast Cancer Alliance. "We are always excited to learn of additional treatment options that are available to healthcare professionals and those living with metastatic breast cancer." MacroGenics anticipates that MARGENZA will be available in March of 2021. Conference Call MacroGenics will host a conference call for analysts and investors on Thursday, December 17, 2020, at 8:00 a.m. ET. To participate in the conference call, please dial (877) 303-6253 (domestic) or (973) 409-9610 (international) ten minutes prior to the start of the call and provide the Conference ID: 8657888. The listen-only webcast of the conference call, including presentation slides, can be accessed under "Events & Presentations" in the Investor Relations section of the Company's website at http://ir.macrogenics.com/events-and-presentations/events. A replay of the webcast will be available shortly after the conclusion of the call and archived on the Company's website for 30 days following the call. About the SOPHIA Study The SOPHIA study (NCT02492711) is a randomized, open-label Phase 3 clinical trial evaluating MARGENZA plus chemotherapy compared to trastuzumab plus chemotherapy in patients with HER2-positive metastatic breast cancer, who have previously been treated with anti-HER2-targeted therapies. All study patients had previously received trastuzumab, all but one patient had previously received pertuzumab, and 91% had previously received ado-trastuzumab emtansine, or T-DM1. The study enrolled 536 patients who were randomized 1:1 to receive either MARGENZA (n=266) given intravenously at 15 mg/kg every three weeks or trastuzumab (n=270) given intravenously at 6 mg/kg (or 8 mg/kg for loading dose) every three weeks in combination with one of four chemotherapy agents (capecitabine, eribulin, gemcitabine or vinorelbine) given at the standard doses. Intent-to-treat PFS analysis occurred after 265 PFS events. The primary endpoints of the study are sequentially-assessed PFS, determined by blinded, centrally-reviewed radiological review, followed by OS. Additional key secondary endpoints are PFS by investigator assessment, ORR and Duration of Response. Tertiary endpoints include ORR by investigator assessment and safety. PFS and ORR were assessed according to Response Evaluation Criteria in Solid Tumors version 1.1 (RECIST 1.1). About HER2-positive Breast Cancer Human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2) is a protein found on the surface of some cancer cells that promotes growth and is associated with aggressive disease and poor prognosis. Approximately 15-20% of breast cancer cases are HER2-positive. Monoclonal antibodies targeting HER2 have greatly improved outcomes; however, a significant number of patients progress to later lines of therapy. Effective treatments for metastatic HER2-positive breast cancer continue to remain an unmet need. About MARGENZA MARGENZA (margetuximab-cmkb) is an Fc-engineered, monoclonal antibody that targets the HER2 oncoprotein. HER2 is expressed by tumor cells in breast, gastroesophageal and other solid tumors. Similar to trastuzumab, margetuximab-cmkb inhibits tumor cell proliferation, reduces shedding of the HER2 extracellular domain and mediates antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity (ADCC). However, through MacroGenics’ Fc Optimization technology, margetuximab-cmkb has been engineered to enhance the engagement of the immune system. In vitro, the modified Fc region of margetuximab-cmkb increases binding to the activating Fc receptor FCGR3A (CD16A) and decreases binding to the inhibitory Fc receptor FCGR2B (CD32B). These changes lead to greater in vitro ADCC and NK cell activation. The clinical significance of in vitro data is unknown. Margetuximab-cmkb is also being evaluated in combination with checkpoint blockade in the Phase 2/3 MAHOGANY trial for the treatment of patients with HER2-positive gastroesophageal cancer (NCT04082364), and in combination with tebotelimab (PD-1 × LAG-3 bispecific DART® molecule) in various HER2-positive tumors (NCT03219268). MacroGenics is partnered with Zai Lab for the development and commercialization of margetuximab-cmkb in Greater China. For more information, please visit www.clinicaltrials.gov. IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION BOXED WARNING: LEFT VENTRICULAR DYSFUNCTION AND EMBRYO-FETAL TOXICITY Left Ventricular Dysfunction: MARGENZA may lead to reductions in left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF). Evaluate cardiac function prior to and during treatment. Discontinue MARGENZA treatment for a confirmed clinically significant decrease in left ventricular function. Embryo-Fetal Toxicity: Exposure to MARGENZA during pregnancy can cause embryo-fetal harm. Advise patients of the risk and need for effective contraception. WARNINGS & PRECAUTIONS: Left Ventricular Dysfunction Left ventricular cardiac dysfunction can occur with MARGENZA. MARGENZA has not been studied in patients with a pretreatment LVEF value of <50%, a prior history of myocardial infarction or unstable angina within 6 months, or congestive heart failure NYHA class II-IV. Withhold MARGENZA for ≥16% absolute decrease in LVEF from pre-treatment values or LVEF below institutional limits of normal (or 50% if no limits available) and ≥10% absolute decrease in LVEF from pretreatment values. Permanently discontinue MARGENZA if LVEF decline persists greater than 8 weeks, or dosing is interrupted more than 3 times due to LVEF decline. Evaluate cardiac function within 4 weeks prior to and every 3 months during and upon completion of treatment. Conduct thorough cardiac assessment, including history, physical examination, and determination of LVEF by echocardiogram or MUGA scan. Monitor cardiac function every 4 weeks if MARGENZA is withheld for significant left ventricular cardiac dysfunction. Embryo-Fetal Toxicity Based on findings in animals and mechanism of action, MARGENZA can cause fetal harm when administered to a pregnant woman. Post-marketing studies of other HER-2 directed antibodies during pregnancy resulted in cases of oligohydramnios and oligohydramnios sequence manifesting as pulmonary hypoplasia, skeletal abnormalities, and neonatal death. Verify pregnancy status of women of reproductive potential prior to initiation of MARGENZA. Advise pregnant women and women of reproductive potential that exposure to MARGENZA during pregnancy or within 4 months prior to conception can result in fetal harm. Advise women of reproductive potential to use effective contraception during treatment and for 4 months following the last dose of MARGENZA. Infusion-Related Reactions (IRRs) MARGENZA can cause IRRs. Symptoms may include fever, chills, arthralgia, cough, dizziness, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, headache, diaphoresis, tachycardia, hypotension, pruritus, rash, urticaria, and dyspnea. Monitor patients during and after MARGENZA infusion. Have medications and emergency equipment to treat IRRs available for immediate use. In patients experiencing mild or moderate IRRs, decrease rate of infusion and consider premedications, including antihistamines, corticosteroids, and antipyretics. Monitor patients until symptoms completely resolve. Interrupt MARGENZA infusion in patients experiencing dyspnea or clinically significant hypotension and intervene with supportive medical therapy as needed. Permanently discontinue MARGENZA in all patients with severe or life-threatening IRRs. MOST COMMON ADVERSE REACTIONS: The most common adverse drug reactions (≥10%) with MARGENZA in combination with chemotherapy are fatigue/asthenia, nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, constipation, headache, pyrexia, alopecia, abdominal pain, peripheral neuropathy, arthralgia/myalgia, cough, decreased appetite, dyspnea, infusion-related reactions, palmar-plantar erythrodysesthesia, and extremity pain. You may report side effects to the FDA at (800) FDA-1088 or www.fda.gov/medwatch or to MacroGenics at (844)-MED-MGNX (844-633-6469). Link to full Prescribing Information, including Boxed Warning About MacroGenics, Inc. MacroGenics is a biopharmaceutical company focused on developing and commercializing innovative monoclonal antibody-based therapeutics for the treatment of cancer. The Company generates its pipeline of product candidates primarily from its proprietary suite of next-generation antibody-based technology platforms, which have applicability across broad therapeutic domains. The combination of MacroGenics' technology platforms and protein engineering expertise has allowed the Company to generate promising product candidates and enter into several strategic collaborations with global pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. For more information, please see the Company's website at www.macrogenics.com. MacroGenics, the MacroGenics logo and DART are trademarks or registered trademarks of MacroGenics, Inc. Cautionary Note on Forward-Looking Statements Any statements in this press release about future expectations, plans and prospects for the Company, including statements about the Company's strategy, future operations, clinical development of the Company's therapeutic candidates, commercial prospects of or product revenues from MARGENZA, milestone or opt-in payments from the Company's collaborators, the Company's anticipated milestones and other statements containing the words "subject to," "believe," "anticipate," "plan," "expect," "intend," "estimate," "project," "may," "will," "should," "would," "could," "can," the negatives thereof, variations thereon and similar expressions, or by discussions of strategy constitute forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Actual results may differ materially from those indicated by such forward-looking statements as a result of various important factors, including: risks that MARGENZA revenue, expenses and costs may not be as expected, risks relating to MARGENZA’s market acceptance, competition, reimbursement and regulatory actions the uncertainties inherent in the initiation and enrollment of future clinical trials, expectations of expanding ongoing clinical trials, availability and timing of data from ongoing clinical trials, expectations for regulatory approvals, other matters that could affect the availability or commercial potential of the Company's product candidates and other risks described in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. In addition, the forward-looking statements included in this press release represent the Company's views only as of the date hereof. The Company anticipates that subsequent events and developments will cause the Company's views to change. However, while the Company may elect to update these forward-looking statements at some point in the future, the Company specifically disclaims any obligation to do so, except as may be required by law. These forward-looking statements should not be relied upon as representing the Company's views as of any date subsequent to the date hereof. submitted by /u/stillness0072 [link] [comments]
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REPL 2020-12-17 04:00:57
2020-12-23 21:15:43
#FWSells $REPL Franchi Jean M., Chief Financial Officer of Replimune Group, Inc. sold 25,000 shares on 2020-12-14. https://t.co/YPAr8Z6dGy
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REPL 2020-12-17 04:10:17
2020-12-23 21:15:43
An executive and/or major shareholder of $REPL (Replimune Group, Inc.) reportedly sold ~$ 1,086,200 worth of shares

➡️ https://t.co/EUocy7ZmFg ⬅️

#investingnews
REPL 2020-12-17 04:35:23
2020-12-23 21:15:43
$REPL:

New Insider Filing on Replimune Group, Inc.'s

Chief Financial Officer

JEAN M. FRANCHI:

https://t.co/TXlzn5HYPT
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2020-12-23 21:15:43
$REPL Replimune Group, Inc. - C #LeaderPullBack Close: 41.11 Liq: $24M https://t.co/uTRLx7vwRa
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REPL 2020-12-17 17:06:5941.67 41.55 1.09%
REPL 2020-12-17 18:02:0141.95 41.69 1.41%
REPL 2020-12-17 19:02:0141.87 41.62 1.33%
REPL 2020-12-17 20:02:0141.60 41.40 0.61%
REPL 2020-12-17 21:02:0241.73 41.63 1.19%
REPL 2020-12-17 21:48:31
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Tips from the last year - Up 340%
As a general rule of thumb I would say be skeptical of advice from Reddit, but here I am posting on Reddit. As stupid as some of these tips are they have helped me Buy and Hold People who tell you differently are wild. No need to short, do options, etc. I have achieved 120%+ returns in my 401k since I started investing 6 years ago doing only this. Picking stocks - for me I do three things I subscribe to news that will tell me about great companies and then I look deeper into them. I ask myself if the 'opportunity' for this company is greater than 10x their current market cap, someday down the road. 5 years, 10, 20. Pretty simple question, not looking for a ton of analysis here. Just want to believe convincingly that they will be significantly larger down the road. ex. Amazon has a 1.6 T market cap. I bought some last month, I would say yes, they could certainly 10x from here. You could argue this, but for me I keep it simple. I will look at similar companies with similar customer bases to bolster my thoughts on the company. Will also ask friends who use the product if it isn't something I use at my company. Are they 'executing' as a company. This one is more financial related but again, pretty simple. Normally I will look at revenue growth and speed of revenue growth related to their market cap. 10-20x depends on growth used to be a good figure. It is now not since many stocks are very expensive now. Ex. AirBnB is an 80B market cap company right now. Their revenue is 4.8B for the year. Growing roughly 30% year over year. There are other metrics you could look at like customer stickiness, multiples, profitability, etc I usually for my own sake go through the equity report by morningstar (they are unbiased0 unlike other research firms. But I don't think most people need to do this. I do these things but I have a 'philosophy' I sort of follow. Have loved E-commerce, software and any high margin businesses. Companies that I don't buy are ones that I feel could be easily replicated or made irrelevant if they don't adapt and invest into R&D. I also don't like companies that could potentially Ex. DocuSign seems to be great but I have never bought them. I feel a similar service could easily be placed into SFDC, Dynamics, and other software that we use. Will this happen? Probably not, but it tarnishes my answer to will they 10x as a company and there are too many companies I am more interested in after. Even if it were replicated by large software providers I can't say that it would largely affect them as a company. I own around 30 stocks/ETF's in my own 401k portfolio. Here is my performance on my mobile this year just buying on what was deemed the worst two days since 1987 in the stock market, only had 5k extra money to spend. The majority of the posts here on this forum said not to buy that the worst was yet to come. I manage my portfolio (120%+ YTD) and my parent's (56%+ YTD). ​ Last Year's Return Mobile Portfolio submitted by /u/apieceofbrownie [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-17 22:01:5941.36 41.28 0.36%
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2020-12-18

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REPL 2020-12-18 01:22:07
2020-12-23 21:15:43
#FWSells $REPL Rhodes Jason P, Director of Replimune Group, Inc. sold 65,029 shares on 2020-12-17. https://t.co/YPAr8Z6dGy
REPL 2020-12-18 01:30:33
2020-12-23 21:15:43
An executive and/or major shareholder of $REPL (Replimune Group, Inc.) reportedly sold ~$ 2,749,721 worth of shares

➡️ https://t.co/EUocy7ZmFg ⬅️

#daytrader
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REPL 2020-12-18 08:45:38
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Question about chewy CHWY stock.
First and foremost thank you guys for taking the time to read and reply, if you have the time. I recently adopted a dog for myself, (single female lives alone so I thought it might not be a bad idea lol) and I’ve recently been buying and subscribed for chewy orders for my pup. (Puppy German Shepard) I don’t have a big investment portfolio but was curious if chewy was publicly traded and lo and behold, it is!! I was looking at its 6 month chart on the apple stock app, and seen it’s been on a non stop charge for the last few weeks. I don’t have a lot of money to invest, but would love to invest in CHWY since I love the company and my question is does anyone think this is a good time to buy in? Or has the stock been on a sprint and is nearing the finish line? I’d like to buy 2-3 shares, maybe a few more depending on what some of you may think?? Thanks everyone!! submitted by /u/Stockmarket-dollhair [link] [comments]
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REPL 2020-12-18 12:06:52
2020-12-23 21:15:43
$REPL Replimune Group, Inc. - C #LeaderPullBack Close: 41.19 Liq: $17M https://t.co/uTRLx7vwRa
REPL 2020-12-18 12:37:19
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Jean M. Franchi Sells 25,000 Shares of Replimune Group, Inc. $REPL Stock https://t.co/P7Lp3hC61Q
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REPL 2020-12-18 19:02:0041.63 41.42 0.87%
REPL 2020-12-18 20:01:5942.10 41.90 1.80%
REPL 2020-12-18 21:01:5941.72 41.61 1.31%
REPL 2020-12-18 22:01:5941.27 41.15 0.22%
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2020-12-23 21:15:43
DIS Valuation Analysis for Next 3-4 Years
In my previous post post investor day, I estimated DIS to reach 200 in early 2021, and 250-300 by 2022. Now I will go one step further: if the streaming growth sustains at 10-20M per quarter, by 2022-2024 (when they hit their 300M streaming subcriber with a profit), DIS will become the next trillion company, or >420. ​ Why: at 300M streaming subscriber (Disney plus, Hulu, and ESPN), suppose 100 dollar per year (consider inflation and price increase by 2023), that is 30B revenue. DIS guided about 15B cost by 2024 => 15B profit. Multiply that by 30 PE ratio gives about 500B market cap for streaming alone, which translates to $300 dollar per share conservatively. However, investors are always forward looking. Once DIS reaches 300M streaming subscriber by or before 2024, they will be on the way to 500M subscriber. And with potential China market opening up (Bob Iger likely will be the next China ambassador, and I think DIS will benefit greatly from it, such as DIS + entering China), the subscriber potential may be as high as 1B. Even only at 500M subscriber, that is 50B revenue & >30B profit. That will position DIS as one of the most profitable companies. Adding in its other businesses, DIS will easily worth 1 trillion or more (and whenever DIS + enters China market, it may shoot up stock by 50% in a month). From 2021--2024, DIS may replicate its historical triple growth from 2011-2014. Still, it takes at least 1-2 more quarters to convince investors of the growth; and only when 300M subscriber looks pretty certain with healthy profit and future growth (1-2 years at least), then the company will worth 1 trillion sooner or later. Once the growth begin to be priced in, streaming to DIS will be valued like cloud to AMZN and MSFT. ​ Strategy: Stock or two-year leaps. Buy them before Q1 ER. Why Q1ER (2021 early Feb) is important: it will be another milestone, as they have a good chance to announce another good streamimg number. Also DIS likely will beat their earning and profit estimate again (based on current Yahoo finance estimate). In fact every ER onwards they announce good subscriber growth, stock will keep on rising. In the investor day (12.10) DIS announced 86M subscriber on 12.2. IMO they low-balled the number on-purpose ---- because Mulan is free from 12.3 onwards, and Mando just had its last episode out last week --- so 12.10 number got to be far better than 12.2. Adding in the holiday season, DIS + may announce higher number at Q1 ER (90--100M for end of 2020). Imagine what investors will be like when DIS appears to add 10M subscriber per month...also 100M subscriber will be a key level emotionally as well. submitted by /u/baggholder420 [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-18 23:01:5843.86 39.40 -3.23%
2020-12-19

REPL 2020-12-19 16:31:31
2020-12-23 21:15:43
$REPL Replimune Group, Inc. - C #LeaderPullBack Close: 39.86 Liq: $127M https://t.co/uTRLx7vwRa
REPL 2020-12-19 20:21:03
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Which acronym will replace the „FAANG“ in the next decade?
It seems quite likely that the FAANG stocks won’t repeat their performance of the past 10 years. What acronym will replace FAANG? My guess is TRIPS T: Tesla R: Roku I: Invitae P: Pinterest S: Square What‘s your acronym for the next 5 to 10 years? submitted by /u/MrEcon [link] [comments]
2020-12-20

REPL 2020-12-20 00:56:02
2020-12-23 21:15:43
replicating ARK ETF success
I saw an interview of Cathie Wood and she spoke of her strategy to hold shares in companies growing over 20% per year. Here are my holdings of companies growing over 20% per year in revenue: ROOT, DASH, AI, OZON, LTRX, ABNB, CERT, SFT, PLTR, TLS, NGMS, YSG, WNW, and MASS. (11 of 14 IPO'ed in the last few months) What stocks are you holding with 20% / yr revenue growth? submitted by /u/caem123 [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-20 03:40:40
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Solar energy to the moon? $TAN
Joe Biden has been tweeting about climate change and renewable energy all afternoon, sounds like he’s really going to shake up the energy industry. Joe Biden is a huge fan of solar energy (also Elon musk) and realistically solar energy is the only renewable energy that works. $TAN to the moon? It keeps rocketing, but this seems like it could replace the whole oil industry submitted by /u/threefourpizza [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-20 12:29:12
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Jason P. Rhodes Sells 12,675 Shares of Replimune Group, Inc. $REPL Stock https://t.co/C4TWpRqeoI
REPL 2020-12-20 18:50:28
2020-12-23 21:15:43
U.S. lawmakers to back $1.9 billion to replace telecom equipment from China's Huawei, ZTE - source
2020-12-21

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2020-12-23 21:15:43
@AcampbelTeacher @simonthornley30 I'm not part of plan B at all, it was you who kept firing off silly replies, I have provided you with evidence that goes against your fear mongering worldview and you don't take heed or listen at all, You are incapable of considering anything outside your own biases/prejudices.
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2020-12-23 21:15:43
Tesla To Account For 1.69% Of S&P 500 In Its Debut Today
Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) will make up for 1.69% of the S&P 500 index as it makes its debut on Monday’s open, according to S&P Dow Jones Indices analyst Howard Silverblatt. What Happened: Silverblatt said S&P 500’s price-earnings ratio for the coming year will increase from 22.3 to 22.6 with the electric vehicle maker’s addition, CNBC reported Sunday. For every $11.1 Tesla moves, the S&P 500 will fluctuate by one point, as per the analyst. S&P 500’s dividend yield will dip from 1.56% to 1.53%, Silverblatt said in a note, as per CNBC. Why It Matters: Tesla will become the fifth largest constituent of the S&P 500 on Monday with the 1.69% weighting. See Also: Tesla's Valuation Is Greater Than Nearly The Entire Established Auto Industry Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) leads the charts with 6.47%, according to Silverblatt. Other companies ahead of the Elon Musk-led automaker include Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT),Amazon .com Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN), and Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB). Alphabet Inc.(NASDAQ:GOOGL) (NASDAQ:GOOG) Class A and Class C shares have 1.66% and 1.61% weighting, respectively. Goldman Sachs analysts last week said Tesla’s addition to S&P 500 will not make the index more expensive, noting that the aggregate index P/E multiple of S&P 500 will be lifted by slightly less than 1.5% on the EV maker’s inclusion. Tesla is replacing Apartment Investment and Management Co (NYSE:AIV) in the index. submitted by /u/OfficerTruth [link] [comments]
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2020-12-23 21:15:43
Filing for 8-K [Press/News Current Report] has been made with the SEC: $REPL Replimune Group, Inc https://t.co/EXyOQliynd
REPL 2020-12-21 16:20:54
2020-12-23 21:15:43
$REPL #NASDAQ 8-K - Replimune Group, Inc. [B/A=0/0 - Bid/Ask Size=0/0 Volume=3,305,145 AverageVol=505,341 Outstanding=0] https://t.co/3BM40ApEZe
REPL 2020-12-21 17:03:1840.12 40.00 0.65%
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REPL 2020-12-21 21:14:39
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Why you should purchase everyone's favorite piñata - $INTC - Answer is Solarwinds Hack
Why would anyone purchase everyone's favorite piñata now days - $INTC. Well, because of Solarwinds hack. This hack impacted US government and 499 out of Fortune 500 companies. ..... and only secure way to recover from this hack is to replace servers in these organizations and only vendor that provides these new servers is $INTC. Your favorite pinata. Please refrain from feedback that includes $AMD. We have heard these feedbacks for years and will hear these feedbacks for years more. submitted by /u/labloke11 [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-21 22:01:5840.25 40.11 0.75%
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2020-12-22

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REPL 2020-12-22 02:01:58200.00 40.20 1.90%
REPL 2020-12-22 03:04:43200.00 40.20 1.90%
REPL 2020-12-22 04:01:57200.00 40.20 1.90%
REPL 2020-12-22 05:01:58200.00 40.20 1.90%
REPL 2020-12-22 06:01:57200.00 40.20 1.90%
REPL 2020-12-22 06:40:59
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Inspired Entertainment: Virtual Sports Only Temporarily Replaced Professional Sports
REPL 2020-12-22 07:02:12200.00 40.20 1.90%
REPL 2020-12-22 08:01:57200.00 40.20 1.90%
REPL 2020-12-22 09:02:00200.00 40.20 1.90%
REPL 2020-12-22 10:01:58200.00 40.20 1.90%
REPL 2020-12-22 11:02:46200.00 40.20 1.90%
REPL 2020-12-22 11:28:37
2020-12-23 21:15:43
SPDR Bloomberg Barclays Convertible Securities ETF - Unlikely To Replicate Mammoth Returns In 2021
REPL 2020-12-22 12:01:58200.00 34.00 1.90%
REPL 2020-12-22 13:02:00200.00 34.00 1.90%
REPL 2020-12-22 14:02:01200.00 34.00 1.90%
REPL 2020-12-22 15:02:00200.00 40.20 1.90%
REPL 2020-12-22 16:02:0243.20 35.00 1.90%
REPL 2020-12-22 17:04:4941.56 41.19 3.06%
REPL 2020-12-22 18:07:5240.12 40.02 -0.07%
REPL 2020-12-22 19:02:0740.08 39.95 -0.47%
REPL 2020-12-22 20:02:0640.05 39.94 -0.47%
REPL 2020-12-22 21:02:0739.88 39.79 -0.65%
REPL 2020-12-22 22:02:0539.78 39.72 -0.95%
REPL 2020-12-22 23:02:0140.78 39.27 -2.19%
REPL 2020-12-22 23:39:29
2020-12-23 21:15:43
#FWSells $REPL Rhodes Jason P, Director of Replimune Group, Inc. sold 4,319 shares on 2020-12-18. https://t.co/YPAr8Z6dGy
2020-12-23

REPL 2020-12-23 01:06:4647.50 38.50 -2.34%
REPL 2020-12-23 02:01:5847.50 38.50 -2.34%
REPL 2020-12-23 03:01:5747.50 38.50 -2.34%
REPL 2020-12-23 04:01:5747.50 38.50 -2.34%
REPL 2020-12-23 05:01:5847.50 38.50 -2.34%
REPL 2020-12-23 06:01:5747.50 38.50 -2.34%
REPL 2020-12-23 07:01:5947.50 38.50 -2.34%
REPL 2020-12-23 08:02:1547.50 38.50 -2.34%
REPL 2020-12-23 08:57:59
2020-12-23 21:15:43
$181,182.05 of shares sold by Rhodes Jason P (Director), reported in a new form 4 filed with the SEC $REPL https://t.co/SIkbhx9CGv
REPL 2020-12-23 09:01:5947.50 38.50 -2.34%
REPL 2020-12-23 10:01:5947.50 38.50 -2.34%
REPL 2020-12-23 11:01:5947.50 38.50 -2.34%
REPL 2020-12-23 12:02:0247.50 38.50 -2.34%
REPL 2020-12-23 12:18:29
2020-12-23 21:15:43
$REPL Replimune Group, Inc. - C #LeaderPullBack Close: 39.27 Liq: $29M https://t.co/uTRLx7vwRa
REPL 2020-12-23 13:02:0247.50 38.50 -2.34%
REPL 2020-12-23 14:02:0147.50 38.50 -2.34%
REPL 2020-12-23 15:02:0047.50 38.50 -2.34%
REPL 2020-12-23 16:02:0241.58 36.25 -2.34%
REPL 2020-12-23 17:02:0639.65 39.25 -0.05%
REPL 2020-12-23 18:02:0640.57 40.19 2.34%
REPL 2020-12-23 18:53:54
2020-12-23 21:15:43
@Repl_ica 돌아와요 사이퍼즈 (ㅜㅜ) 사이퍼즈가 렢흘님을 기다립니다 정말정말 보고 싶습니다. 너무너무 그립습니다. 사퍼 탱커 신캐도 나왔답니다. 컴백홈 컴백홈.
REPL 2020-12-23 18:55:40
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 18:57:09
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 18:57:32
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:00:50
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:02:0342.85 42.62 8.63%
REPL 2020-12-23 19:02:17
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:04:16
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:05:40
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:07:17
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:07:31
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:08:15
2020-12-23 21:15:43
@Repl_ica 포맷까지 해야되는 거야? 망할 사이퍼즈 망할 사이퍼즈
REPL 2020-12-23 19:08:43
2020-12-23 21:15:43
@berrycoups Repl
REPL 2020-12-23 19:10:49
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:11:28
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:21:13
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:21:19
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] 오늘의 위너시티는, 오랜만에 맞은 휴식에 깔~꼼하게 한 잠 주무셨다는 송선생녬 소식입니다🐻 #하암 #오늘꿀잠 #어쩐지문열고들어오실것같습니다만 #이불속꼼지락

#WINNER #위너 #4…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:24:56
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:25:37
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] 오늘의 위너시티는, 오랜만에 맞은 휴식에 깔~꼼하게 한 잠 주무셨다는 송선생녬 소식입니다🐻 #하암 #오늘꿀잠 #어쩐지문열고들어오실것같습니다만 #이불속꼼지락

#WINNER #위너 #4…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:27:13
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:28:40
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Day 22 of #100DaysOfCode
Started with backend
--> Node REPL
--> NPM modules
--> Handling request and response.
--> Worked with routes
@DevComIN #DEVCommunityIN
#webdevelopment
REPL 2020-12-23 19:28:45
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @Sherebano14: Day 22 of #100DaysOfCode
Started with backend
--> Node REPL
--> NPM modules
--> Handling request and response.
--> Worke…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:28:45
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @Sherebano14: Day 22 of #100DaysOfCode
Started with backend
--> Node REPL
--> NPM modules
--> Handling request and response.
--> Worke…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:28:46
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @Sherebano14: Day 22 of #100DaysOfCode
Started with backend
--> Node REPL
--> NPM modules
--> Handling request and response.
--> Worke…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:29:57
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:32:38
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:37:20
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:37:44
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:40:10
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @payloadartist: Useful Google Dorks for #BugBounty -

site:https://t.co/zn0BqDQGsB intext:company
site:https://t.co/mteDRIfrfs inurl:com…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:41:45
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:45:22
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 19:49:31
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 20:00:28
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 20:01:30
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 20:02:0344.09 43.89 11.79%
REPL 2020-12-23 20:02:32
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Electric Vehicle Maintenance | Genuine Parts Company ($GPC)
Hey guys, ​ I've been looking at $GPC, which owns auto-parts stores such as NAPA, for quite a while as they are a dividend kind with 63 years of dividend growth and seem to have an incredibly steady business. However, I am concerned that the rise in electric vehicles could create a different atmosphere for DIY auto-maintenance and purchasing of parts. Without the need for so many fluids and small parts that are frequently replaced in combustion engines, will a company like this be able to survive in the future? Will the parts needed be as large and bulky? If not, could they easily be taken over by a company such as Amazon? ​ I checked their investor relations page, but there doesn't seem to be any information on this moving forward. I have a strong conviction that electric vehicles are the future, and I believe that there is going to need to be a change in the maintenance atmosphere to reflect this. Furthermore, I believe a strong play into the maintenance space could be good as it isn't betting on the winner of the sector, but rather that the sector wins. ​ Does anyone have any thoughts or experiences they'd like to share on this? I hope to have a productive discussion! ​ Thanks! submitted by /u/Afternoon_Business [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-23 20:04:13
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 20:10:45
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] 오늘의 위너시티는, 오랜만에 맞은 휴식에 깔~꼼하게 한 잠 주무셨다는 송선생녬 소식입니다🐻 #하암 #오늘꿀잠 #어쩐지문열고들어오실것같습니다만 #이불속꼼지락

#WINNER #위너 #4…
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RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] 오늘의 위너시티는, 오랜만에 맞은 휴식에 깔~꼼하게 한 잠 주무셨다는 송선생녬 소식입니다🐻 #하암 #오늘꿀잠 #어쩐지문열고들어오실것같습니다만 #이불속꼼지락

#WINNER #위너 #4…
REPL 2020-12-23 20:17:12
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 20:18:54
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 20:18:58
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] 오늘의 위너시티는, 오랜만에 맞은 휴식에 깔~꼼하게 한 잠 주무셨다는 송선생녬 소식입니다🐻 #하암 #오늘꿀잠 #어쩐지문열고들어오실것같습니다만 #이불속꼼지락

#WINNER #위너 #4…
REPL 2020-12-23 20:21:24
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 20:37:24
2020-12-23 21:15:43
|~ i need to reply. i need to reply. i need to repl
REPL 2020-12-23 20:42:14
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @TomSilver39: Barclays:" SCENARIO ANALYSIS OF M&A VALUATIONS FOR Barclays COVERAGE: $KPTI, $EPZM, $EXEL, $AGIO, $RCUS, $DCPH, $CTMX, $NK…
REPL 2020-12-23 20:42:28
2020-12-23 21:15:43
@CMOMaharashtra
My age is 80 yrs and this is regarding of Kanyakumari Soc , Andheri E. I hv written to M C for 1 open parking space & till date they do not repl.Irony is that MC and its known members get parking and members like me with no influence keeps begging Please help
REPL 2020-12-23 20:42:50
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @SkShah72011381: @CMOMaharashtra
My age is 80 yrs and this is regarding of Kanyakumari Soc , Andheri E. I hv written to M C for 1 open p…
REPL 2020-12-23 20:45:11
2020-12-23 21:15:43
@dhavalnanavati for inf
My age is 80 yrs and this is regarding of Kanyakumari Soc , Andheri E. I hv written to M C for 1 open parking space & till date they do not repl.Irony is that MC and its known members get parking and members like me with no influence keeps begging
REPL 2020-12-23 20:45:49
2020-12-23 21:15:43
@MumbaiPolice
My age is 80 yrs and this is regarding of Kanyakumari Soc , Andheri E. I hv written to M C for 1 open parking space & till date they do not repl.Irony is that MC and its known members get parking and members like me with no influence keeps begging Please help
REPL 2020-12-23 20:46:56
2020-12-23 21:15:43
@mybmcWardKE
My age is 80 yrs and this is regarding of Kanyakumari Soc , Andheri E. I hv written to M C for 1 open parking space & till date they do not repl.Irony is that MC and its known members get parking and members like me with no influence keeps begging Please help
REPL 2020-12-23 20:47:41
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 20:48:18
2020-12-23 21:15:43
@bjp4mumbai
My age is 80 yrs and this is regarding of Kanyakumari Soc , Andheri E. I hv written to M C for 1 open parking space & till date they do not repl.Irony is that MC and its known members get parking and members like me with no influence keeps begging Please help
REPL 2020-12-23 20:53:00
2020-12-23 21:15:43
: Biden’s pick to replace Betsy DeVos is a former public school teacher and first-generation college grad
REPL 2020-12-23 20:57:43
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @yg_winnercity: [🕓REPL4Y_WINNER🕓] #빼꼼 크리스마스가 성큼 다가왔네요. 한 해가 어떻게 갔는지 모르겠지만, 평소보다 힘을 내려면 두배는 더 으쌰으쌰 해야 하는 것 만은 확실합니다,,✍️ #똑똑보고싶소 #세레나데선생녬…
REPL 2020-12-23 21:02:0242.48 42.26 7.84%
REPL 2020-12-23 22:02:0242.03 41.99 6.93%
REPL 2020-12-23 23:02:0044.60 40.50 8.05%
2020-12-24

REPL 2020-12-24 01:06:1644.60 40.50 8.05%
REPL 2020-12-24 02:02:0044.60 40.50 8.05%
REPL 2020-12-24 03:01:5844.60 40.50 8.05%
REPL 2020-12-24 04:02:0344.60 40.50 8.05%
REPL 2020-12-24 05:02:0844.60 40.50 8.05%
REPL 2020-12-24 06:02:0044.60 40.50 8.05%
REPL 2020-12-24 07:01:5944.60 40.50 8.05%
REPL 2020-12-24 07:05:45
2020-12-23 21:15:43
EMAIL FROM TD AMERITRADE ABOUT CHINESE STOCKS GETTING DELISTED ON 01/11/21
https://www.tdameritrade.com/retail-en_us/resources/pdf/TDA101484.pdf ​ Dear Valued Client, On November 12, 2020, President Trump signed an executive order prohibiting the purchase or holding of any securities that invest in mainland Chinese companies with ties to the military of the People's Republic of China (CCMCs*). These companies are identified in Section 1237 of Public Law 105-261. We are contacting you because our records show that you currently own one or more of these securities in your account(s). Per this executive order, starting in 2021, you will be unable to purchase any security, or any derivative of, that has been identified by the U.S. government as having investment exposure to CCMCs. Any currently held CCMC-related positions will be set to liquidation only and no opening transactions will be allowed for these securities. A full list of restricted companies and/or funds can be found here. Next Steps If you currently hold any CCMC associated securities, you must liquidate them before market close on November 11, 2021. You also have the option to transfer the securities to another broker-dealer. Please submit any outgoing transfers requests to us by August 2, 2021. (These transactions may incur fees or commissions, depending on the asset type.) Important Information TD Ameritrade may rely on third party firms to execute orders and settle non-U.S. securities trades overseas; these firms may cease accepting orders to trade the associated securities at any time. In the event this occurs, TD Ameritrade may not be able to execute a buy or sell order in the associated securities for you. Other financial institutions may be unable to accept incoming transfers of these securities, which could limit the ability to transfer out of TD Ameritrade. Have Questions? Need Any Help? We're here for you. Just reply to this message to write us, or call Client Services at 800-669-3900. We're available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. ​ Sincerely, ​ TD Ameritrade Client Services submitted by /u/stocktradeZ [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-24 08:01:5944.60 40.50 8.05%
REPL 2020-12-24 09:02:0244.60 40.50 8.05%
REPL 2020-12-24 10:02:0044.60 40.50 8.05%
REPL 2020-12-24 11:02:0144.60 40.50 8.05%
REPL 2020-12-24 12:01:5944.60 40.50 8.05%
REPL 2020-12-24 13:01:5944.60 40.50 8.05%
REPL 2020-12-24 13:32:10
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @IAmBiotech: #MeetABIOMember: @Gevo_Inc is working to replace fossil-based fuels and chemicals with low carbon, cleaner alternatives. He…
REPL 2020-12-24 14:01:5944.60 25.00 8.05%
REPL 2020-12-24 14:43:57
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Markets close early today, Happy Holidays!
Replacing the daily discussion thread with a reminder the markets close early today, and often low volume. Everyone enjoy the holidays and stay safe! Bonus: we are nearing 1 million subscribers. Ideas for how we should celebrate our awesome growth? submitted by /u/ScottyStellar [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-24 15:02:00199999.99 25.00 8.05%
REPL 2020-12-24 16:02:0157.61 30.53 8.05%
REPL 2020-12-24 17:02:0042.39 42.08 -0.68%
REPL 2020-12-24 17:21:14
2020-12-23 21:15:43
TDOC or JNJ?
25 years old, and have a handful of “boomer” stocks that I think still have the potential to perform well over the next decade (WMT, MSFT, JPM, One of those holdings is JNJ. Thinking of liquidating my position and moving into something a bit riskier, with higher growth potential. Right now, my only medical related holding is CRSP, so ive been thinking TDOC might me a good hold long term, especially with a 30B market cap. Thoughts? Maybe TDOC isnt the move - if not, any other recommendations to replace JNJ? Maybe keep JNJ? submitted by /u/urgirlsmomsdaddy [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-24 18:02:0342.78 42.61 0.66%
REPL 2020-12-24 19:01:5942.69 42.32 -0.26%
REPL 2020-12-24 20:01:5944.18 41.00 -1.34%
REPL 2020-12-24 21:02:0044.18 41.00 -1.34%
REPL 2020-12-24 22:01:5944.18 41.00 -1.34%
REPL 2020-12-24 23:01:5944.18 41.00 -1.34%
2020-12-25

REPL 2020-12-25 01:06:2844.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 02:01:5944.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 03:01:5944.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 04:01:5844.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 05:01:5844.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 06:02:0144.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 07:02:1444.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 08:01:5844.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 09:02:0044.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 10:02:0044.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 11:01:5844.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 12:02:0044.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 12:23:23
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @gentlykook: SEASON GREETINGS 2021 (ENG SUBS) REPLAY WILL BE AVAILABLE! https://t.co/yyQsyDC9Ep
REPL 2020-12-25 12:39:37
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @acuario_hn: El problema de #Acuario en cuanto a sus relaciones personales se presenta cuando tienden a replegar velas y huir ante un pr…
REPL 2020-12-25 12:46:12
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @gentlykook: SEASON GREETINGS 2021 (ENG SUBS) REPLAY WILL BE AVAILABLE! https://t.co/yyQsyDC9Ep
REPL 2020-12-25 12:51:59
2020-12-23 21:15:43
@Yaswanth_prabha @11thAugust2022 Ante replies choodali ga 😭
Sarle aipoyindi edo aipoyindi 🏃😂
REPL 2020-12-25 12:55:00
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @MRJKilcoyne: The Turing Scheme gets its announcement as the replacement for Erasmus! 5 Eyes, D10, European unis included.

Big news, g…
REPL 2020-12-25 13:02:0044.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 14:02:0044.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 15:01:5944.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 16:01:5844.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 17:01:5944.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 18:02:0044.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 19:01:5944.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 20:01:5844.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 21:01:5844.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 22:01:5944.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-25 23:01:5844.18 41.00 -1.16%
2020-12-26

REPL 2020-12-26 01:38:48
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What is a bear market like?
I am a new investor with about 5 months of experience and I am proud of my gains given the amount of time I have dedicated to research and understanding on how the market works. But I only know as much as I have experienced. People on this sub have been saying lately that it is easy to make money these past few months and I understand that. What is the market like when it is hard to make money? How long does the bear market last? Some sectors still do well during those hard times, right? So, why is it hard to make money? Are there any lessons you have learned in a bear market that you wish you knew before? I appreciate any replies. I know there is no better way to learn than experience but this post is for me to be prepared for a correction. Thanks. submitted by /u/chillywilly4481 [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-26 16:17:18
2020-12-23 21:15:43
How can I learn stock valuation?
Hi everyone, I’d like to learn how bank analysts do their stock valuations and what methods they use. I know they aren’t 100% reliable but I’d like to try replicate it and see results. Are there any books/videos/courses about stock valuation? How do they find a target price, a bull and a bear price, and how do analysts price into the stock price the possible future outcomes? submitted by /u/Gabriele25 [link] [comments]
2020-12-28

REPL 2020-12-28 01:07:5844.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-28 02:01:5644.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-28 03:01:5844.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-28 04:01:5944.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-28 05:01:5844.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-28 06:02:0244.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-28 07:02:0044.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-28 08:01:5944.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-28 09:01:5944.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-28 10:03:4444.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-28 11:04:1144.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-28 12:02:0044.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-28 13:02:0044.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-28 14:02:0344.18 41.00 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-28 15:02:01199999.99 0.01 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-28 16:02:0244.52 38.18 -1.16%
REPL 2020-12-28 16:58:31
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Tesla to start operations in India next year - report
https://www.reuters.com/article/tesla-india/tesla-to-start-operations-in-india-next-year-report-idUSL4N2J81FH (Reuters) -Tesla Inc will come to India early next year, country's transport minister Nitin Gadkari told national daily the Indian Express on Monday. The electric-car maker will start with sales and then might look at assembly and manufacturing based on the response, the minister told here the newspaper. Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk on Sunday confirmed India foray in 2021 in a reply on Twitter, but said it would not happen in January. submitted by /u/coolcomfort123 [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-28 17:02:0941.18 40.85 -1.77%
REPL 2020-12-28 18:00:05
2020-12-23 21:15:43
@StickyStock81 @Ronnycant2 @whiskylad1988 Sticky, why are you replying to yourself ? “James” is your other username. #avct
REPL 2020-12-28 18:02:0640.93 40.56 -2.82%
REPL 2020-12-28 19:02:0540.93 40.51 -2.25%
REPL 2020-12-28 20:02:0540.74 40.55 -2.72%
REPL 2020-12-28 21:02:0440.30 40.20 -3.94%
REPL 2020-12-28 22:02:0440.29 40.04 -3.85%
REPL 2020-12-28 23:02:0142.69 35.00 -3.06%
2020-12-29

REPL 2020-12-29 01:06:0345.01 30.00 -4.00%
REPL 2020-12-29 02:01:5845.01 30.00 -4.00%
REPL 2020-12-29 03:01:5845.01 30.00 -4.00%
REPL 2020-12-29 04:01:5745.01 30.00 -4.00%
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REPL 2020-12-29 06:01:5845.01 30.00 -4.00%
REPL 2020-12-29 07:02:0145.01 30.00 -4.00%
REPL 2020-12-29 08:01:5745.01 30.00 -4.00%
REPL 2020-12-29 09:01:5945.01 30.00 -4.00%
REPL 2020-12-29 10:02:2745.01 30.00 -4.00%
REPL 2020-12-29 11:02:0345.01 30.00 -4.00%
REPL 2020-12-29 12:01:5845.01 30.00 -4.00%
REPL 2020-12-29 13:01:5945.01 30.00 -4.00%
REPL 2020-12-29 14:02:0145.01 30.00 -4.00%
REPL 2020-12-29 15:00:00
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Philips: The Transformation Towards A Pureplay Medical Equipment Player Continues
REPL 2020-12-29 15:02:0345.01 30.00 -4.00%
REPL 2020-12-29 16:02:0242.69 36.25 -4.00%
REPL 2020-12-29 17:02:0240.63 40.05 -1.18%
REPL 2020-12-29 18:02:0240.99 40.35 -0.02%
REPL 2020-12-29 19:02:0140.12 40.03 -1.08%
REPL 2020-12-29 20:02:0140.01 39.83 -1.65%
REPL 2020-12-29 21:02:0140.16 39.85 -1.11%
REPL 2020-12-29 22:02:0240.49 40.30 -0.57%
REPL 2020-12-29 23:02:0043.00 39.51 0.62%
2020-12-30

REPL 2020-12-30 01:06:2543.00 38.00 0.62%
REPL 2020-12-30 02:01:5843.00 38.00 0.62%
REPL 2020-12-30 03:02:0043.00 38.00 0.62%
REPL 2020-12-30 04:01:5943.00 38.00 0.62%
REPL 2020-12-30 05:01:5943.00 38.00 0.62%
REPL 2020-12-30 06:02:0343.00 38.00 0.62%
REPL 2020-12-30 06:13:24
2020-12-23 21:15:43
I Replaced A Jumbo CD With This Eclectic Portfolio Of Value-Conscious Dividend-Paying Stocks
REPL 2020-12-30 07:02:1143.00 38.00 0.62%
REPL 2020-12-30 08:02:0043.00 38.00 0.62%
REPL 2020-12-30 09:02:0343.00 38.00 0.62%
REPL 2020-12-30 10:02:3543.00 38.00 0.62%
REPL 2020-12-30 10:20:27
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Which online platform do you see remaining dominant in 10 years?
I haven’t deeply thought about all other platforms but I intuitively gravitate towards Youtube as the most unreplacable, at least in social and content. As a consumer, Youtube is the one website/app I receive the most value from and don't feel bad after spending too much time exploring and engaging different topics on there. I think they're well positioned as a business because: The community. Perhaps youtube has the most diverse community of watchers and creative users. Even the comment sections of youtube videos are pure gold in and of themselves. Additionally, their community of creators rely on youtube for their living and many businesses are plugged into youtube and rely on its ecosystem. The algorithm. TikTok does give a glimpse of better alternatives but I do wonder if TikTok's algorithm is truly better than Youtube's? I have found my TikTok feed match my friends' feed a lot more while our youtube feeds remain highly personal and different from each other. Maybe it goes back to the diversity of youtube's content. I'd love to hear your take on YouTube and its place within Alphabet. Which online platform you have more faith in? submitted by /u/wheelofwater [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-30 11:01:5943.00 38.00 0.62%
REPL 2020-12-30 12:02:3943.00 38.00 0.62%
REPL 2020-12-30 13:01:5943.00 38.00 0.62%
REPL 2020-12-30 14:02:0143.00 37.37 0.62%
REPL 2020-12-30 15:02:2043.00 37.37 0.62%
REPL 2020-12-30 15:13:03
2020-12-23 21:15:43
NAKIKITA NIYO BA GAANO SILA KA-DEFENSIVE SA GRTS/REPLIES?? https://t.co/zrQwrctvQF
REPL 2020-12-30 16:02:0142.27 36.25 0.62%
REPL 2020-12-30 17:02:0641.87 41.62 2.03%
REPL 2020-12-30 18:02:0142.59 42.44 4.21%
REPL 2020-12-30 18:30:04
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Želim svima da ranije, pre nego što se preplave društvene mreže, da čestitam dolazeću, bolju 2021. godinu. Nadam se da će posebno za Srbiju biti jako uspešna i dobra. Čuvajte se i bili mi živi i zdravi.
REPL 2020-12-30 18:55:23
2020-12-23 21:15:43
@awaah_simon @SpursOfficial I knew you was talking to me because you replied to me lol. Btw I’m a big Mourinho fan. You can see my tweets about him. I’ve said give him at least 2 years and this Tottenham team will be different. He’s only been here a year and we are one game from a final iMac in 2-3 years
REPL 2020-12-30 19:02:0342.48 42.16 3.77%
REPL 2020-12-30 20:02:0342.40 42.26 3.60%
REPL 2020-12-30 21:02:0242.37 42.07 3.26%
REPL 2020-12-30 22:02:0342.27 42.04 3.23%
REPL 2020-12-30 22:50:13
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Do I get it or am I wrong?
I am new to investing, I put $500 on E-trade and about to start my investing "career" for the first time. I don't have any expectation other than I will probably screw up $500 and learn a bit in the process. ​ This is what I generally understand about stocks and it is the classic "Buy Low Sell High". But any ape can understand that concept, I assume that there is more nuance to playing in the stock market. ​ Correct me if I am wrong with my below assumptions Due to covid things like cruise lines, airlines, etc have suffered, so their stocks are at low points meaning now would be a good time to buy. However, that is likely everyone's assumptions, so millions of people are likely buying stocks in DELTA... wouldn't that drive the price back up negating and benefit to buying? ​ An article came out today about cruise ship suicides, which is bad PR for cruise ships, should we expect an even further dip for Carnival cruise lines? Or do stock values not really follow that kind of logic? ​ Anyway, if anyone decides to reply, thank you for the help and information as I try to learn how to invest. submitted by /u/CannonFTW [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-30 23:02:0042.34 36.25 3.70%
2020-12-31

REPL 2020-12-31 00:22:56
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Why I am long on Alphabet
​ This post is not a typical analysis. This is my personal observation. To make the post more interesting let me introduce a grading or tier system for Alphabets various products Tier 1 - Supreme Monopoly Tier 2 - Monopoly but competition exist Tier 3 - Excellent market share but not a monopoly Tier 4 - Good market share but somewhat far from the big boys Tier 5 - Decent market share and significantly far away from the mainstream products. Tier 6 - Future Potential Yesterday, GOOGL closed at 1757.76 and GOOG closed at 1758.72. Current P/E ratio is 35.42 and 35.47 respectively. S&P 500 average P/E ratio at market close is at 37.56. Cheap tech stock what! I am gonna try my best to justify why Alphabet is that one stock you buy and hold forever, Alphabet is a safe bet, pun intended. As mentioned above, we will divide Alphabet into levels or tiers, with tier 1 product being the supreme one, supreme product is something that is irreplaceable and competition is not possible unless a company messes it up themself. A company is absolutely safe for investment if they have a moat that is almost impossible to beat. For example, Amazon! there online retail business is almost impossible to beat. Because investment alone won't be enough to out do what they have achieved, amazon has amazing delivery time logistics, lots of products and so on. Then there are monopolies that a competitor can challenge for example google maps! we have apple maps and recently amazon announced AWS maps for company use. So what does Alphabet has that is unbeatable that is Level 1. you might think ''google search'', but the answer is Youtube. Youtube is a beast like no other, the thing is a product becomes indispensable when money is not the only investment involved. Billions of hours of our lives is on this platform. From tutorials to how to videos to live shows to TV shows to News Channels to personal video to everythinggggggg. Youtube is essential and no matter how much money a competitor throws for a competing product it aint gonna be worth it because not only it will be extremely expensive to set up the data centres required and to maintain at the level of Youtube but more importantly you are also relying on people to invest there time in it in the form of uploads and to ditch an established streaming service in favour of something new. A variable not in your control. Based on this absolute monopoly alone that very few companies in the world possess Alphabet is a buy and hold forever! In contrast Google search for example is a monopoly at the moment and probably will always remain the number 1 search platform in the world but companies left and right release competitive products such as bing because the only investment required here is money. And Youtube has not achieved its full potential yet, there is still room for growth, especially as it moves towards a subscription based model and then you have the Youtube TV/Google TV product in USofA, wait till that becomes mainstream. I think inn the near Future streaming services like Netflix, Disney plus, Prime TV on one side and Youtube alone on other side (because there is no one like Youtube) will dominate and TV channels will slowly get absorb into them. Now what about Alphabets other monopolies: Google search, Chrome, Android, Google maps, Gmail. I mean they are the best products in what they offer but they have pretty good competition namely bing, internet explorer/Firefox (love chrome as it over took Internet explorer), iOS, Apple maps, outlook. But having said that these products are likely to lead their respective markets although they will share the customers with their competitors. All of these products are monopoly level products but given they have good competition we label them as Level 2 product. Now let's talk about tier 3 products. Again these are the products that are extremely good but the market leader is someone else. Alphabet has amazing products in this tier that are providing revenues in the billions such as Google Cloud Platform(GCP) on one hand and on the other extreme with modest revenue Google Nest products. GCP is too big to be named in the same breadth as the other products here, the revenue that GCP is projected to grow is significant, especially in comparison to other Alphabet revenue sources. If you look at the last quarter, 2020 Q3, GCP brought in 3.44 billion dollars, this is a 45% year over year growth in GCP revenue! pretty sweet; plus by 2025 Cloud market is projected to triple in revenue and hence GCP will be responsible for a bigger chunk of the parent company's revenue, currently it sits around 10% of the total revenue. Other products at level 3 includes google sheets/slides/docs (An excellent alternative to MS office. Its free! but it's unlikely to challenge Microsoft's monopoly in this regard. Office is such a strong moat even though it is a paid service, google sheets etc will likely remain number 2 in this game) please note Many of Google products come under the domain of Android and I have made a conscious effort to not name them separately unless they have a massive presence of their own. another notable entry here, in the near future, will be the fitbit smartwatch (Once that long awaited deal goes through World wide) Now we bring our attention to tier 4 products. Again these are those products that are pretty good but are slightly far away at the moment from the main competition. This includes other Google hardware products such as Chromebooks and Pixel Phones. I am sure it won't be long before these products will move up to Level 3 but are unlikely to gain significant market share in the presence of Apple and Samsung. Level 5 includes those products that are far away from the main competing brands, a good example includes the Stadia. Which, frankly speaking is amazing but is very unlikely to reach the likes of Nintendo, Microsoft or Sony. Unless Alphabet buys big developers or something. Level 6 includes those potential products that might have a huge impact in the future, obviously we are talking about Alphabets moonshot division X. X has a lot of projects, I will briefly touch 4 of them. Waymo is the front runner here, followed by Verily, Deepmind and Quantum computer. Waymo main competition I think is Tesla. Not sure who is gonna come on top but one thing is for sure Waymo will have a significant market share. Verily is all about using Alphabets massive data for medicine, and Pharmaceutical companies are already paying verily for it's data to fine tune there future products. Deepmind another example of Alphabet's commitment to medicine, using Alphabet AI research to predict how a protein folds. Leading to a new chapter of medicine research and development. Finally and the project that is in it's infancy. Quantum computing is as fantastic, as tremendous as Elon's SpaceX mission to Mars. It will be at least a decade before we start understanding and making products with QC. But if successful, it will have the highest potential out of all X's projects. If Alphabets projected is achieved than EPS will likely double in around 5-6 years time. Stock price should at least double as well. There you have it folks. Hope this was a fun read. ​ EDIT 1: All the lawsuits and hoo haa about breaking up the company. Well, first of all it aint gonna happen. But let's say down the line, even if it does happen. So what!, Now you have multiple shares of promising products! with reliable dividend coming from your Youtube stock your google stock your GCP stock and so on! You just cant go wrong. submitted by /u/RovCal_26 [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-31 00:45:17
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Enphase Energy to Join S&P 500
S&P Dow Jones Indices will make the following changes to the S&P 500, S&P MidCap 400, and S&P SmallCap 600 effective prior to the opening of trading on Thursday, January 7: S&P MidCap 400 constituent Enphase Energy Inc. (NASDAQ: ENPH) will replace Tiffany & Co (NYSE: TIF) in the S&P 500, S&P SmallCap 600 constituent Capri Holdings Limited (NYSE: CPRI) will replace Enphase Energy in the S&P MidCap 400, and Celsius Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: CELH) will replace Capri Holdings in the S&P SmallCap 600. LVMH Moet Hennessy-Louis Vuitton SE is acquiring Tiffany & Co in a deal expected to be completed soon pending final conditions. S&P SmallCap 600 constituent Brooks Automation Inc. (NASDAQ: BRKS) will replace WPX Energy Inc. (NYSE: WPX) in the S&P MidCap 400 and e.l.f. Beauty Inc. (NYSE: ELF) will replace Brooks Automation in the S&P SmallCap 600. S&P 500 constituent Devon Energy Corp. (NYSE: DVN) is acquiring WPX Energy in a deal expected to be completed soon pending final conditions. submitted by /u/GrapeJuicex [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-31 01:05:5444.67 30.00 2.97%
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REPL 2020-12-31 07:06:53
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Are you more bullish on EV and autonomous vehicle related stocks or lithium and battery related stocks? Why?
Are you more bullish on EV and autonomous vehicle related stocks or lithium and battery related stocks/etfs? Why? What positions do you hold? Why did you choose it over something else? ​ Two ETF's to compare: $LIT an ETF related battery technology for evs and autonomous (LAST $62.31 & GROWTH 116% in 12 months) $DRIV an ETF related to autonomous and electric vehicles (LAST $23.97 & GROWTH 60.52%) Personally, I see more risk related to the car companies themselves. There are so many factors that come into making them succeed but the materials and tech needed for the batteries will only continue to improve and become more valuable unless there is something that comes out over night and replaces ev tech/lithium batteries. submitted by /u/iamjacksonmolloy [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-31 08:01:5844.67 30.00 2.97%
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REPL 2020-12-31 13:35:19
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Thoughts on when a stock's daily volume is more than the market capitalization?
Lets say there was a stock on an uptrend with a market capitalization of 50M with a daily volume of 200M. What can we draw from this information? I was thinking either lots of new money replacing the old, A severely undervalued stock, or possibly bigger players entering the scene? submitted by /u/WhatIsAStrikePrice [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-31 14:01:5944.67 30.00 2.97%
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REPL 2020-12-31 16:02:0244.00 36.25 2.97%
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REPL 2020-12-31 21:02:0039.40 39.08 -7.27%
REPL 2020-12-31 22:02:0038.53 38.35 -9.07%
REPL 2020-12-31 22:22:08
2020-12-23 21:15:43
ALERT! Ticker $CEO will not be tradable after today on Schwab or TD Ameritrade!
$CEO ​ Dear Valued Client, ​ We recently wrote to let you know that you currently hold one or more of the restricted securities impacted by the executive order signed by President Trump on November 12, 2020. We've received notification from our liquidity providers that they may not accept transactions in shares of the associated securities starting on January 5, 2021, which is earlier than the January 11, 2021 federal deadline. Therefore, you will have until market close on Monday, January 4, 2021 to liquidate these securities. The executive order prohibits the purchase or holding of any securities that invest in mainland Chinese companies with ties to the military of the People's Republic of China (CCMCs*). A full list of restricted companies and/or funds can be found here. Action Required in Your Account ​ If you wish to liquidate any of the associated securities you should do so before market close on Monday, January 4, 2021. We may be unable to accept any liquidation orders for any security, or any derivative of, that has been identified by the U.S. government as having investment exposure to CCMCs after January 4, 2021. Barring any future guidance from the U.S. government, you may continue to hold these securities until market close on November 11, 2021, but you may not be able to liquidate them at TD Ameritrade. You also have the option to transfer the securities to another broker-dealer. Please submit any outgoing transfers requests to us by August 2, 2021**. (These transactions may incur fees or commissions, depending on the asset type.) Have Questions? We're here for you. Just reply to this message to write us, or call Client Services at 800-669-3900. We're available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Sincerely, TD Ameritrade Client Services submitted by /u/stocktradeZ [link] [comments]
REPL 2020-12-31 23:02:0139.63 37.51 -9.90%
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REPL 2021-01-01 19:55:57
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Portfolio Advice
Hope everyone is having a splended start to their 2021. I'm 22 y/o and relatively new to the investing scene, i started an account with TD a little over a month ago and here is where my portfolio stands. I'm not very knowledgeable, but i try my best to do my own DD, and invest into companies i'm condifent in. My goal is to strategically diversify and hold for the long term. If you have any recommendations on what i could get into next to benfit my current position feel free to reply. 20% ARKG 20% ARKQ 20% ICLN 20% U (Unity Software) 10% BFT 10% BLFS Thank you all! Have a happy, healthy weekend. submitted by /u/Peyerit [link] [comments]
REPL 2021-01-01 20:01:5838.15 37.50 -9.47%
REPL 2021-01-01 20:09:59
2020-12-23 21:15:43
WSE:CDR CD Projekt Red Analysis. Is it undervalued after the 37% drop due to Cyberpunk problems on consoles?
Background CD PROJEKT S.A. (WSE: CDR) is a Polish video game developer, publisher and distributor based in Warsaw. CD Projekt Red, best known for The Witcher series and the recent release of Cyberpunk 2077. The CD PROJEKT Group currently conducts operating activities in two key segments: CD PROJEKT RED and GOG.com (originally as Good Old Games). Hierarchy CD PROJEKT Capital Group is headed by CD PROJEKT S.A. A holding company which has five subsidiaries. The subsidiaries are: - GOG sp. z o.o (Similar to Steam, it is a distributor of games). - CD PROJEKT Inc (Where all the game development happens) - CD PROJEKT Co. Ltd (Only for selling games in China) - Spokko sp. z o.o. (The mobile arm of CD projekt red) - CD PROJEKT RED STORE sp. z o.o. (A new store of merchandise launched by the company) GOG - Who have just released a 2.0 version called GOG Galaxy which subsequently entered its beta testing phase. The goal of the application is to enable players to integrate all their game shelves into a single library, to communicate with friends and to track their progress regardless of their preferred gaming platforms. Its functionality will span PC and console platforms, extending beyond the GOG.com user base. It's main selling points are that is uses the cloud, is DRM free and has a ton of old games such as Diablo, Destroy all humans etc on it's platform that Steam doesn't. Steam is the single biggest distributor of digital games for PC, it's been dominating the market for years and has way more games than GOG does due to this. Especially as a lot of publishers do not want to host their games DRM free which GOG requires. It's very difficult to predict the future of GOG because Steam is a private company so we don't have access to it's numbers. However the big benefit of GOG is that CD Projekt Red can sell and promote it's games directly through their own platform. The benefit being a much bigger margin on each game sold as 100% of the profit goes to CD Projekt red if a game is sold on GOG, whereas on Steam they take a 20% cut for the first $50m revenue of Cyberpunk. One third of all digital PC preorders for Cyberpunk 2077 sales were on GOG which is an incredible achievement by CD Projekt Red considering Steams dominance. This is probably the reason why CD Projekt Red has such a huge operating margin from 30% to 50% in recent years. They are involved in the entire process of making and selling their games. GWENT: The Witcher Card Game is the first multiplayer game developed by the CD PROJEKT Group. It has been a hugely successful and highly rated game (which is impressive considering it's their first mobile multiplayer game). The reason why this game is important for the future is because multiplayer is the key to the cash machine which is microtransactions which the card game has. Cyberpunk was released recently and had been in development for many years. It's sold very well but less than analysts expectations and there has been serious problems on console versions which led to sony removing cyberpunk 2077 from it's PS store for the time being. This caused the companies stock to plummet 37% recently. I'll get into the numbers at the bottom for my reverse DCF that I did. Cyberpunk Online multiplayer will definitely come at some point within the next couple of years. The reason being is that after GTA Onlines unbelievable success and constant revenue generation for Take Two then it makes sense to try and replicate this with Cyberpunk. This multiplayer will feature microtransactions and in my opinion is the way Cd Projekt red can really make the big $$ in the future. Microtransactions for cosmetic items like in game skins or packs (like fifa) are easy to implement and have huge operating margins as they take 0 CAPEX and virtually no time to implement due to being some simple code and designs. Here's a quote taken from their 2019 Annual Report for Key Sources Of Revenue: ■ sales carried out through optional microtransactions in GWENT: The Witcher Card Game (incl. kegs and meteorite dust) via GOG, proprietors of console platforms (PlayStation, Xbox) and App Store (Apple) Risks There are some huge risks with cd projekt red, here are the main ones: - Neither IP, The Wither or Cyberpunk 2077 is owned by CD Projekt since the two series are based on a series of novels and a tabletop RPG respectively. So they would need permission from these license holders (the creators I think) to be able to do other spin offs for them. While it is likely the permission will be given due to the huge successes it's not a certainty. - CD Projekt Red relies on a couple of block busters to make 80% of their revenue and earnings. The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077 are the only revenue generates the company has (apart from GOG). If CD Projekt red messes up either of these huge IP's in the future (or like they just have with the console versions of Cyberpunk) then you can expect a huge and sudden stock price drop and potential damage to the company. - Because of the few but huge releases, CD Projekt Red has very volatile earnings and revenue making it very hard to predict, similar to Take Two Interactive. You can see in the following picture how sales drop a lot after release. Co-Founders and Board History CD PROJEKT has a very long tenure of the management board, all at least 10 years and 3/5 of them 20+ years. Insiders have a significant stake in CD Projekt red's stock, including the joint CEO's. This is great news for shareholders as the insiders have a big incentive to make the company work as they have big stakes in the company. Company shareholding structure is made up of the following people: - Marcin Iwinski (Joint CEO & Co-Founder) is 13% - Michal Kicinski (Ex Joint CEO & Co-Founder) is 11% - Piotr Nielubowicz (VP, CFO) is 6% - Adam Kicinski (President & Joint CEO) is 3% Incentives for management: Management goals are based 80% on net earnings and 20% on SP over the WIG index. These are poor goals in my opinion. Net earnings can be enhanced by poor acquisitions and stock price is meaningless and should be ignored in incentives as it can produce short term motivations. Management hit the majority of their goals for year 2019.Their goals going forward: Goals for 2020-2025 Aggregate Net Income: 8,300 PLN or 1,660 PLN a year. Optimistic goals for 2020-2025 Aggregate Net Income: 10,000 PLN or 2,000 PLN a year. These goals seem too high in my opinion. Especially after their cyberpunk flop on consoles but it's still possible. Competitors CD PROJEKT is well known for its biggest sales on The Witcher and Cyberpunk 2077 hype. However, there’s a lot of gaming industries that compete with one another. Thus comparing its competitors such as Take-Two Interactive, Electronic Arts (EA), Activision Blizzard has more diversified games and games produced more frequently compared to CD PROJEKT RED. CD Projekt Red's risk in terms of competitors is releasing a big game that clashes with another big game such as GTA 6. However all gaming companies have a good tailwind right now due to COVID restrictions and microtransactions are lifting all gaming companies margins. A rising tide lifts all boats. Industry - CAGR 2019-2024 Video games and e-sports growth expected to be 7% (source: PWC Global Entertainment & Media Outlook 2020–2024). - In 2019 the strongest strong growth was observed in the mobile and console segments. The former grew by 9.7%, reaching 68.2 billion USD, while the latter grew by 7.3%, reaching 45.3billion USD. The PC market reached a volume of 35.3 billion USD, having increased by 2.8%.The largest share of the global videogame market is currently held by mobile devices (46%), 80% of which are smartphone releases. Gaming consoles come in second at 30%, followed by the PC 24%. Mobile devices are projected to retain their top position, with their corresponding market volume increasing by 11.2% annually (on average) over the next three years. According to estimates, the volume of the global mobile game market will reach 93.6 billion USD by 2022 (it currently stands at 68.2 billion USD). You can see from the above as to why CD projekt red is branching out to smartphones and China. Reverse DCF Here's the original post and reverse DCF because r/stocks does not allow images: https://www.reddit.com/r/UndervaluedStonks/comments/kofhq7/wsecdr_cd_projekt_red_analysis_is_it_undervalued/ Conclusion It's been extremely difficult to project CD Projekt Red and even after doing research I am still very unsure on a bunch of variables. In my opinion the markets assumptions of CD Projekt Red's growth and margins as shown above in the reverse DCF is perfectly acceptable to me. Therefore I would not buy their shares unless they dipped to around 210 zloty~ as I don't think they are undervalued yet. given the risks. Please comment if you see anything wrong with my valuation. This was a very difficult one for me. Thanks submitted by /u/krisolch [link] [comments]
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2021-01-02

REPL 2021-01-02 02:58:06
2020-12-23 21:15:43
So You Want To Be A Trader in 2021? Beware!
Hello all! Let me preface this post by saying I made this in the options sub first (because that's what I like trading), but many of these topics apply to stocks/investing as well. First off, Happy New Year! It's now 2021! This means there are a lot of people that are wanting to start fresh with new goals, resolutions and getting into new hobbies or interests. If you want to start 2021 with the goal of being financially responsible, want to see if trading in the stock market is your thing, or if you've been doing it and you're just trying to find your way around this crazy mess, then read on! 1. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY ON A MENTOR - Be cautious of who you're learning from or where you're putting your trust and money. There are many people that charge outrageous amounts of money to teach you things that you can learn on your own for free. They glamorize this rich lifestyle that they supposedly built from trading or promise you an accelerated path to profit, and now they want to help you do the same. Think about it, if these people were so successful, then why do they need to shove their courses down your throat? I, and a lot of other people, are almost entirely self-taught through reading books, websites and watching YouTube videos. I believe myself to be a self-sufficient trader now. At least for my personal goals, trading style, and expectations. You can learn on your own too, for free 99. 2. "I NEVER LOSE. I EITHER WIN, OR I LEARN" - This journey you're about to start...It's hard. It really is. You're going to encounter many obstacles and experience many pitfalls. You're also going to learn many hard lessons along the way regarding patience, mistakes, risk, and discipline to name a few. You're going to lose money. You're going to feel defeated. You're going to feel like giving up. It's natural. It's human-nature. We've all gone through it. Wanting to give up and quit is especially the case when you lose your hard-earned money. Don't lose hope or give up. Ask anyone how much they lost or how long it took them before they started making money consistently. If they say $0 or not even a few months, they're lying out of their ass. If you win, great! If you lose, learn why you lost. Dig deeper into the reasons and circumstances that led to it. Arguably, you should be tracking your wins and logging that info as well so you can replicate it. I blew up my account twice (about $3500 total) and recovered it all twice (shit gets old quick btw). First from fomo'ing call options on NIO's very first run up when I didn't know about implied volatility (IV) and yolo'ing calls on Rocket's very first earnings because I didn't know that even if expectations are beat, the price direction is still 50/50. Did I feel like quitting? Of course! However, each time I lost big like that I dug into the why's and how's. Coincidentally, if you look at my post history, my most upvoted post (the very first one) was teaching people how to play NIO's earnings the smarter/safer way. LOL. 3. TRADE WITH FAKE MONEY FIRST (OR DON'T) - There's this thing called paper trading where you can try investing/trading without using your hard-earned money. Take advantage of it! I personally didn't and I somewhat regret it. I say somewhat because I believe I would've lost a lot less money than I did while learning. However, the stakes are much higher and I believe it forced me to learn faster. Losing your real money is a whole lot different than losing "fake" money and affects you much differently. Use that information how you want to. 4. PLAN YOUR TRADE, TRADE YOUR PLAN - This goes a long way. Whenever you're looking at a play. Have a plan to enter, have a plan for the duration you're in the trade, and have a plan to get out of it. Having a plan keeps you consistent. Consistency is the name of the game here. Can you ultimately make money more than you lose it? Having a plan also keeps you out of trouble. For example, one of the biggest pitfalls of trading is trading emotionally. It's almost like when poker players or video gamers "tilt". They get nervous, mad, frustrated, scared, pressured, etc and it interferes with their decision-making and thought process. Having a simple plan and following basic rules like not using money you need for bills, or putting all of your money in one trade drastically reduces the risk of getting emotional. 5. SET GOALS. REALISTIC ONES - Just like having a plan, setting goals goes a long way. This also helps with staying consistent and building confidence. I have a few friends whose goal is 5-10% of profit each day. Once they make that goal, they're done for the day. Doesn't matter if they cut out too early and it keeps running. They've reached their goal and are fine with that. They do it all over again the next day. 6. FIND YOUR IDEAL TRADING STYLE - Day/Scalp traders, swing traders, momentum traders, breakout traders, the list goes on. Each type of trader has their own little nuances and things to pay attention to. For example, a swing trader doesn't really care about intraday price movements as opposed to how much a day trader cares. Or a technical trader doesn't really care about the fundamentals of the company they're trading as opposed to a fundamental trader. Find what style suits your personality and/or what style fits your level of commitment. For example, day trading requires monitoring the market or price action which isn't suitable for someone who works a 9-5 job with meetings all day. 7. WELCOME TO THE RABBITHOLE! - Trading requires a certain level of dedication, discipline, and effort to get good at. Do people over in the wallstreetbets sub win money with minimal effort? Yes, they do. But not all the time and is mostly based on luck, thus that "strategy" isn't sustainable. Learn as much as you can from as many (reputable) sources as possible. Try out what they're teaching, tweak it, fine tune it to how you trade. Even though you've been trading forever and might think you know something, someone else comes along that can do what you do a million times better, faster, and more efficiently. My main point is never stop learning. #StayLearningStayEarning is the motto of my YT channel because although I learned enough to be a self-sufficient trader, I'm still open-minded and make an effort to learn as much as I can. I don't know everything, I'm not perfect, but I definitely want to be better than I was yesterday. 8. WHAT GOES UP (ESPECIALLY IN A VERY SHORT TIME), MUST COME DOWN - Don't get caught in the hype of a certain ticker, especially penny stocks. When people ask me what I think about x company and I look at the chart and see green candles for days going vertical or almost vertical, I tell them it's not worth my time and I personally don't want to trade it. Can you still trade things that run up crazy like that? Of course you can! I've stayed in trades that got me over 100% in profit, but stayed in it because it showed me it wasn't done running yet. However, that's a discussion for another day. But since you're a beginner, I'd strongly advise against it until you, at the very least, start to feel comfortable. That's all I can think of at the moment, but I'm sure that's enough to give you a good foundation. If you have any questions or need help with something, feel free to message or comment. If you did check my post history for that NIO post I referenced back in #2, you'll find that I'm very open to helping. I love helping people with what I know. If you have anything to add to the list that I forgot, by all means, comment them down below to help our new brothers and sisters. Wishing you all a very healthy, happy, and profitable 2021! -Davin submitted by /u/dnautatrades [link] [comments]
REPL 2021-01-02 21:41:18
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Are renewables stocks really overvalued if we think they’re meant to replace fossil fuels long-term?
We’ve entered the “renewables-energy arms race” and with administrations, such as Biden’s, looking into fostering more and more renewables solutions, do you guys think the space is really THAT overvalued long-term? Nuclear fusion aside, it seems like renewables are going towards replacing fossil fuels and while it might take some time before they do, as a long term investor, do you still see value in investing in those renewables that have shot up +100% this year? Thanks for the thoughts! submitted by /u/lucacha [link] [comments]
REPL 2021-01-02 23:51:59
2020-12-23 21:15:43
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2021-01-03

REPL 2021-01-03 01:12:39
2020-12-23 21:15:43
$TPII will explode in 2021
Triad Pro Innovators ($TPII) has developed proprietary battery technology for use in multiple industries. Their battery is green, eco, and can pair with solar and never need to be plugged in. It has the potential to replace lithium batteries. They have proved their concept within the EV industry with golf carts and are set to announce further applications within the EV market, next with light trucks. Their potential with off-grid batteries and other energy storage is huge! $TPII has a ridiculously small $7 million market cap and is currently at $0.11 per share. I absolutely expect them to run to $1.00+ in January and $5.00+ easily in 2021. Other similar companies with lesser technologies and companies that own no patents have blown up in price recently. $TPII owns patents and has full control of their tech. They are barely known and once word fully gets out and people see the potential, their price will explode. I have spoken with Murray Goldenberg, President of Triad Pro Innovators. His number is available if you look for it but I can't post it here. He is aware of the recent uptick in investor interest in his company. Here is his update: • They currently have three EV products developed that use their prorpietary e-cell technology. The SPREE golf cart is just one of them and he wouldn't share what the other two are because it hasn't been made public. It is safe to assume one of them is small trucks. They have other applications for their technology developed and in development also. Updates are pending. • They are currently selling the golf cart and sales have increased recently. However they have their sights on bigger markets. The golf cart proved their concept and validated their technology. • They are in contact with several different firms to help with the funding. COVID has caused some delays but something should be sorted out very soon. They have no toxic funding currently and will not take any on. • They do plan on addressing the public soon, likely early in 2021. They started their Twitter account in December and have hinted a bit at things to come. Expect press releases in January. • He believes the technology they have created is so great that they intend to take their time and do everything correctly. • He invited me to their Arizona facility for a tour and demonstration of their technology, but I declined as that is nowhere near where I live In short, $TPII absolutely has something. They need to finish the coordination of funding and develop a sound go-to-market strategy. This will happen and is already in the works. $TPII will soar when they make an announcement. He has spoken with counsel about doing that right. Murray came off as a genuine guy who knows they have something special. This is a real company with real, revolutionary technology. Their $7 million market cap is a function of them keeping silent while they perfect their tech. They're ready to start moving now. submitted by /u/SpittinOpinions [link] [comments]
REPL 2021-01-03 02:37:33
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Aventures in Investing: In and out of $BYND and realizing the dangers of YouTube hype
Finance blog adventures in investing: So I had gotten all hyped related to Financial Education Jeremy’s 10x video on Beyond Meat, $BYND. I thought Beyond was an exciting company, and an interesting stock, and I had just seen the stock price drop after they reported Q3 earnings. But I hadn’t decided to buy the stock, and it looked like FEJ had and he got in at about the bottom after earnings. “He’s a genius!” I thought… So I liked his bull thesis, I added it to my watchlist, and I watched and watched and watched… and finally on a day it pulled back like 5% I got in! I was going to start building my position. And then it kept dropping. And on another day it finally got back to the price that FEJ had gotten it, so I doubled down! But then I started getting nervous. Why had they missed earnings? What reasons did they give? FEJ didn’t even talk about it in his video. Well I checked out their last conference call, every publicly traded company gives out a summary of their finances every quarter and holds a question and answer session on a call. And then I found out. They missed huge. And the reasons they gave… because of “freezer stuffing” (I’m paraphrasing), during the grocery panic in Q2 related to Covid… customers didn’t buy as much in Q3, because they had already bought so much and they were storing it. Okay… Oh, and the reason that they didn’t “participate” in takeout was because restaurants had slimmed down their menus and didn’t include their products. Okay… Oh and they declined to issue guidance for Q4. So on the call you’ll see every time an analyst asks if they see their situation improving they would just reply “we are not issuing guidance at this time.” And then finally, there is this whole thing going on w/ McDonald’s, where they’re debuting the “McPlant.” Which was maybe a collaboration with Beyond, but they’re not publicly saying it… and Beyond wants their brand represented on the menu but McDonalds won’t even confirm that they are partnering with them, only that they had helped them test products at some point blah blah blah. So after learning all of this I thought it was pretty disingenuous of FEJ to not disclose these details in his video. To me it means that uncertainty and risk in Beyond stock is HIGH AF rn. Fortune favors the brave, so if you’re entering here and they turn things around, I think you could build a kick-ass position. But you need a reason to be faithful. Why do you think they’re going to turn it around in the near term? Because if they miss again, that stock price is going to fall again hard. Not to mention, you look at their financials and they are not currently profitable, and the stock is already being given a generous price multiple, etc. And finally, I was low on cash. And $BYND looks thirsty. IMO if you’re going to enter a risky stock, you gotta be ready to average down. You gotta have water. If you got no water then what you really want in the stock market is a cactus 🌵. So I’m out of $BYND stock for now. I also go out of $ABNB for similar reasons on the same day. Both interesting stocks and interesting companies and I hope to get back in at a later date. Happy new year!!! https://www.fool.com/earnings/call-transcripts/2020/11/10/beyond-meat-inc-bynd-q3-2020-earnings-call-transcr/ submitted by /u/srslywteff [link] [comments]
REPL 2021-01-03 04:33:34
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Can we have an honest dive into whether or not MindMed (MMED.F) is a pump and dump?
I've never seen an OTC stock promoted so much here, especially since this sub has a no OTC stock rule! It has been mentioned on FOUR THREADS in the past 24 hours (there's also a post by me asking whether or not it was legit): One Two Three, it is mentioned twice actually Four The obvious response is how they applied for NASDAQ in September and now they've hit the requirements to they'll be listed soon. To be honest with you, I have no idea what the listing process is for NASDAQ and it looks like they've hit it from what I see. There was also a lot of buzz last month since they had a successful pre-IND meeting with the FDA about Project Lucy, an LSD assisted therapy for adults with anxiety.. They will have a meeting in August with the FDA on whether to move forward with the project. In the same post you can see they have a meeting planned with the FDA about Project Layla, an addiction treatment program evaluating something called 18-MC, although the date is not listed. They were funded by one of the founders of Canopy Growth Pharmaceuticals (20 billion dollar weed company) who is also on the Board of Directors. [I mean the team looks pretty legit](The Immune Tolerance Institute,), but I can't tell if every biotech 'Our Team' page is pumped up ha ha. Another 'meme' is how they have Kevin O'Leary (Shark Tank) on Board. I actually used to really look up to him (I read all his of his books when I was younger) but then there was a 'Kevin O'Leary event' advertised in my area. I looked into it, and I saw this post outlining the scam. Concerns Right now the company is worth 1 billion dollars, and other than the 100 million in cash (75 million of which came from offerings during the recent run up), do you think the valuation is justified for a company with two drugs - one in Phase 1 and another that will start Phase 2b in August? This company was 1/10 of the valuation just a few months ago! The markets are obviously huge, but if Project Lucy (in 2b) is literally therapy with LSD, why can't that be replicated? As I understand their Project Layla is more likely to be patented, but that is still in Phase 1. Is a big part how ahead they are compared to the competition (but they were only founded in 2019)? The big 'catalyst' is them listed on NASDAQ. Otherwise, there really isn't anything to be excited about until August, which is when they only start their 2b trials (if accepted) - so it could be a year for more information. Smaller aspect, but why is their HQ a virtual office you can rent out? - their Contact Us also lists other locations, but does not have an address for them? I'm actually really interested in investing and find the space intriguing - are my concerns overblown? Since it is being promoted so much I figure we ought to see if it is legit, and if not, ban the ticker. submitted by /u/EveryoneIsGoldeen [link] [comments]
REPL 2021-01-03 06:26:12
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Synthetic blood companies
Anyone know if there is any companies publicly traded that work in development of synthetic blood? I see some that are trades on the OTC market. There always seems to be a demand for blood and with less and less individuals willing to donate, the need for blood will always be there. Plus, blood is essentially the one thing in the world we can’t live without. I realize this is gambling on a bio-tech stock, but a little gambling is fun, right? submitted by /u/101emptyfireplaces [link] [comments]
REPL 2021-01-03 09:25:49
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Is it right time to buy #Bitcoin
May be
Will it replace #Fiat
Delusional

#Bitcoin is just another asset class which can have its own small monetary system and nothing beyond that

Please refrain from #FOMO
Trying to be spread by big peeps in the industry
It’s a good inve..
2021-01-04

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REPL 2021-01-04 19:15:19
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Replying To The Bitcoin Bears, Point By Point
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2021-01-05

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REPL 2021-01-05 08:00:11
2020-12-23 21:15:43
NYSE scraps plans to delist Chinese telecoms giants
https://www.bbc.com/news/business-55540901 ​ The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) has scrapped its decision to delist three Chinese telecoms companies. President Donald Trump signed an executive order in November barring American investments in Chinese firms owned or controlled by the military. The NYSE announced on 31 December that it would delist China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom as a result. Now, it has U-turned its decision based on "further consultation" with regulatory authorities. Wall Street to kick out Chinese telecom giants US telcos to 'rip and replace' Huawei components China escalates tit-for-tat trade war with US "I suspect that the NYSE never wanted to delist these stocks in the first place. They acted on guidance regarding the executive order," Jeffrey Halley, a senior market analyst from Oanda told the BBC. "That interpretation has clearly changed and the NYSE has moved quickly to change course," he added. The US exchange had planned to delist all three companies as early as this week. Shares of all three companies surged on the Hong Kong stock market - where the companies are also listed - bouncing back after from punishing sessions in both New York and Hong Kong. China Unicom rose by 8.5%, while China Telecom jumped 8% and China Mobile rebounded by 7% on the news. The NYSE indicated that it might revisit the decision, saying it would continue to evaluate the applicability of Mr Trump's Executive Order to the three companies and their continued listing status. Dual listings The three companies earn all of their revenue in China and have no significant presence in the US Like many other large Chinese companies, they have a dual listing in the US and Hong Kong. There are currently more than 200 Chinese companies listed on US stock markets with a total market capitalization of $2.2tn (£1.6tn). In some cases, however, their share listings have became tangled in ongoing diplomatic and trade friction between the US and China. Mr Trump has not only pushed for companies to be delisted, but has targeted a number of Chinese companies including TikTok, Huawei and Tencent on the grounds of national security. China responded with its own blacklist of US companies as tensions between the economic giants escalate. On Monday a spokeswoman for China's foreign ministry Hua Chunying had criticised the initial decision to delist the companies as "unwise" and reflective of how "random, arbitrary and uncertain" US rules can be. Some analysts expect the end of the Trump administration might lead to a lull in the trade dispute, as the Chinese government waits to see what approach incoming President Joe Biden might take to US-Chinese relations. "These are the acts of a dying administration and China will probably be content to await President Biden, and more clarity then over the general path of US China relations from the new administration," said Mr Halley. submitted by /u/repagator8 [link] [comments]
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REPL 2021-01-05 16:30:00
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Apple: Autonomous Driving, Services And 5G Could Be The Keys To Replicating The 2010s In The 2020s
REPL 2021-01-05 16:33:42
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Today's Pre-Market Movers & News [Tuesday, January 5th, 2021]
Good morning traders and investors of the r/stocks sub! Welcome to Tuesday. Here are your pre-market movers & news this AM- Today's Top Headlines for Tuesday, January 5th, 2021 Stock futures were largely flat, following the worst start to a year since 2016, which was also the last time the Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq posted January losses. Although the major averages did finish Monday trading well off their worst levels, the Dow and S&P 500 still posted their largest one-day declines since Oct. 28. The Dow dropped 1.3%, while the S&P 500 and tech-heavy Nasdaq both fell 1.5%. (CNBC) Wall Street’s attention will in large part be focused on today’s Georgia runoff elections that will determine control of the Senate. Both Democratic challengers, Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock, must beat GOP incumbents, Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, to capture the majority for their party. (CNBC) Senate runoffs in Georgia will shape what Biden can achieve in the White House (CNBC) The Institute for Supply Management is out with its December manufacturing index at 10 a.m. ET, which is expected to fall slightly to a 57 reading. Meanwhile, automakers release their fourth quarter sales figures for 2020 throughout the morning, with analysts surveyed by Edmunds expecting an overall 5.7% drop on U.S. sales compared to the same quarter in 2019. Shares of China Telecom (CHA), China Unicom (CHU) and China Mobile (CHL) were soaring in premarket trading after the New York Stock Exchange said it no longer plans to delist the three Chinese telecommunications giants. It’s a reversal of a decision announced a few days earlier, which had been made in compliance with an executive order signed by President Donald Trump. (CNBC) Carl Icahn, in remarks to CNBC’s Scott Wapner, warned that stocks could face a significant decline in the future and he indicated he was hedged accordingly. “In my day I’ve seen a lot of wild rallies with a lot of mispriced stocks, but there is one thing they all have in common. Eventually they hit a wall and go into a major painful correction. Nobody can predict when it will happen, but when that does happen, look out below,” the billionaire investor said. (CNBC) Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel: ‘Dow could easily tack on another 10% to 15%,’ but warns of a near-term setback (CNBC) British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced another national lockdown for England on Monday, a strict public-health measure he said he hopes will help contain a new, more contagious strain of coronavirus. The U.K. has now reported more than 50,000 new coronavirus infections for seven days in a row, and Johnson said deaths are “up by 20% over the last week and will sadly rise further.” Johnson said he believes the country was entering its “last phase of the struggle” against Covid-19 due to the rollout of vaccines. (CNBC) Germany set to extend hard lockdown as daily deaths mount (Associated Press) New York has discovered its first case of the coronavirus variant initially found in the U.K., according to Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo. While the strain does not appear more deadly, experts have said it appears to spread more easily. It also has been detected in Colorado, California and Florida. Cuomo said he believes the new variant is “much more” prevalent than currently known. (CNBC) New York Gov. Cuomo to propose law making it a crime to skip the line for Covid vaccine (CNBC) Just 1% of Californians immunized amid slow vaccine rollout (Associated Press) The U.S. Food and Drug Administration pushed back on the suggestion to change the dosing or schedules of Covid-19 vaccines, saying the currently available data does not support such alterations. The FDA acknowledged the suggestions were made with the hopes of rolling out the vaccine more broadly to the public. However, with “adequate scientific evidence,” the regulatory agency said it believes changing the dosing amount or delaying the second shot by a few more weeks “may ultimately be counterproductive to public health.” (Reuters) UK is delaying second vaccine shots and it’s proving controversial. Here’s what we know so far (CNBC) Ahead of today’s crucial runoff election in Georgia, Republican Sens. Loeffler and Perdue were recipients of a late surge of donations from the real estate and financial industries. Their Democratic opponents, Warnock and Ossoff, had otherwise held advantages in fundraising during the races. (CNBC) At an outdoor rally in Georgia, Trump declared he intended to “fight like hell” to retain the presidency and appealed to GOP lawmakers to reverse his loss to President-elect Joe Biden when they meet Wednesday to confirm the Electoral College vote. Trump spent much of his speech complaining about his election loss, which he falsely and repeatedly claims he won. (AP) Supporters of Trump are planning to protest the expected Biden Electoral College vote certification with demonstrations Tuesday night and Wednesday in the nation’s capital. The National Guard has been mobilized to keep the peace in Washington. Trump has encouraged the protesters, tweeting Sunday he will be there. (NBC News) The joint venture to disrupt health care created by Amazon (AMZN), Berkshire Hathaway (BRK) and JPMorgan Chase (JPM) is being disbanded after three years. Known has Haven, the organization was created with the goal of working to lower costs and improve outcomes in health care. The three companies are likely to collaborate informally in the future on health-care initiatives, but the formal end of Haven may be an indication of how challenging it is to dramatically improve American health care. (CNBC) The chief executive of Qualcomm (QCOM) is retiring later this year and will be replaced by the chipmaker’s president, Cristiano Amon. CEO Steve Mollenkopf, who is 52, took over the job in 2014. His departure comes as the company stands to benefit from the broader rollout of 5G networks. Shares of Qualcomm have gained 96.7% since he became CEO. STOCK FUTURES CURRENTLY: (CLICK HERE FOR STOCK FUTURES CHARTS!) YESTERDAY'S MARKET MAP: (CLICK HERE FOR YESTERDAY'S MARKET MAP!) TODAY'S MARKET MAP: (CLICK HERE FOR TODAY'S MARKET MAP!) YESTERDAY'S S&P SECTORS: (CLICK HERE FOR YESTERDAY'S S&P SECTORS CHART!) 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TODAY'S DIVIDEND CALENDAR: (CLICK HERE FOR TODAY'S DIVIDEND CALENDAR!) THIS MORNING'S STOCK NEWS MOVERS: (source: cnbc.com) Micron Technology (MU) – Citi gave the chip and hard drive maker a double upgrade, to “buy” from “sell,” based on its expectation of a long-awaited upturn in DRAM memory chip market. Micron rose 3.2% in premarket trading as of 7:39 a.m. ET. STOCK SYMBOL: MU CLICK HERE FOR CHART! (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!) First Solar (FSLR) – The maker of solar power systems received a double downgrade at Goldman Sachs, which cut its rating on First Solar to “sell” from “buy.” Goldman feels that First Solar’s earnings and margins are peaking and that more cyclical headwinds to its business are emerging. The shares fell 4.5% in premarket trading as of 7:39 a.m. ET. STOCK SYMBOL: FSLR CLICK HERE FOR CHART! (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!) Moderna (MRNA) – Moderna received approval for its Covid-19 vaccine from Israeli health regulators. Israel is the third country to approve the use of Moderna’s vaccine and the first outside of North America. Moderna shares added 1.1% in premarket trading as of 7:39 a.m. ET. STOCK SYMBOL: MRNA CLICK HERE FOR CHART! (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!) Alibaba (BABA) – Alibaba plans to shut down its music streaming platform Xiami Music next month. The e-commerce company bought Xiami in 2013 in hopes of becoming a player in music streaming, but it only has about 2% of a market dominated by Tencent Holdings. STOCK SYMBOL: BABA CLICK HERE FOR CHART! (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!) China Telecom (CHA), China Unicom (CHU), China Mobile (CHL) – The three China-based companies will not be delisted by the New York Stock Exchange, reversing a decision made last week. The NYSE said it reversed its prior directive “in light of further consultation with relevant regulatory authorities.” China Telecom was up 9%, China Unicom rose 12% and China Mobile added 11% in premarket trading as of 7:39 a.m. ET. STOCK SYMBOL: CHA CLICK HERE FOR CHART! (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!) Twitter (TWTR) – Twitter bought podcast app Breaker for an undisclosed amount, and will shut down Breaker’s app and website. Breaker said customers can now transfer their subscriptions to other podcast apps. STOCK SYMBOL: TWTR CLICK HERE FOR CHART! (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!) Apache Corp. (APA) – Apache is switching to a holding company structure, with newly-created APA Corp. placing Apache as the publicly traded entity on Nasdaq and Apache becoming a unit of APA. The stock will retain the “APA” ticker symbol. STOCK SYMBOL: APA CLICK HERE FOR CHART! (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!) Lululemon (LULU) – The athletic apparel and leisurewear maker was called a “catalyst call buy” idea at Deutsche Bank, which believes the company outperformed during the holiday season and anticipates a positive quarterly update next week. STOCK SYMBOL: LULU CLICK HERE FOR CHART! (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!) Mondelez (MDLZ) – The snack maker is near a deal to buy the part of chocolate bar maker Hu that it doesn’t already own, according to The Wall Street Journal. The deal would value Hu at about $340 million, with people familiar with the matter saying an announcement could come this week. STOCK SYMBOL: MDLZ CLICK HERE FOR CHART! (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!) Jefferies Financial (JEF) – Jefferies reported quarterly earnings of $1.11 per share, well above the 50 cents a share consensus estimate. The investment firm’s revenue also came in substantially above analysts’ forecasts and Jefferies raised its quarterly dividend to 20 cents per share from 15 cents a share. The company increased its share repurchase authorization as well. STOCK SYMBOL: JEF CLICK HERE FOR CHART! (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!) Bilibili (BILI) – The China-based video platform plans to raise $2 billion or more in a secondary listing in Hong Kong, according to sources familiar with the matter who spoke to CNBC. A filing for the offering is likely to come at the end of this week or early next week. STOCK SYMBOL: BILI CLICK HERE FOR CHART! (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!) Huntington Bancshares (HBAN) – The bank was upgraded to “overweight” from “neutral” at Piper Sandler, which cited a number of factors including its pending acquisition of TCF Financial (TCF). The two regional banks announced plans to combine in mid-December. STOCK SYMBOL: HBAN CLICK HERE FOR CHART! (CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!) DISCUSS! What's on everyone's radar for today's trading day ahead here at r/stocks? I hope you all have an excellent trading day ahead today on this Tuesday, January 5th, 2021! :) submitted by /u/bigbear0083 [link] [comments]
REPL 2021-01-05 16:52:56
2020-12-23 21:15:43
@alluarjun_offii @Ak_PK_RC @kalyan_pawanlov Aame online Ledhu le vunna reply ivvadhu kastapadaku
REPL 2021-01-05 17:02:0339.50 39.20 2.80%
REPL 2021-01-05 18:02:0338.69 38.54 1.07%
REPL 2021-01-05 19:02:0338.29 38.01 -0.21%
REPL 2021-01-05 19:08:00
2020-12-23 21:15:43
"Alarms about Ma’s whereabouts weren’t set off until he was replaced last week as the lead judge of a talent show for entrepreneurs, Yahoo! Finance reported." More on @MRKR #numberoftheday:

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REPL 2021-01-05 20:02:0238.32 38.24 0.05%
REPL 2021-01-05 21:02:0139.12 39.02 2.28%
REPL 2021-01-05 22:02:0239.21 38.95 2.17%
REPL 2021-01-05 23:02:0239.32 37.50 0.78%
2021-01-06

REPL 2021-01-06 01:06:5940.00 37.50 1.37%
REPL 2021-01-06 02:01:5740.00 37.50 1.37%
REPL 2021-01-06 03:01:5940.00 37.50 2.60%
REPL 2021-01-06 04:02:0040.00 37.50 2.60%
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REPL 2021-01-06 06:01:5940.00 37.50 2.60%
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REPL 2021-01-06 08:02:0040.00 37.50 2.60%
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REPL 2021-01-06 11:02:0040.00 37.50 2.60%
REPL 2021-01-06 12:02:0140.00 37.50 2.60%
REPL 2021-01-06 13:02:0140.00 37.50 2.60%
REPL 2021-01-06 14:02:0140.00 37.50 2.60%
REPL 2021-01-06 15:02:0245.00 30.00 2.60%
REPL 2021-01-06 16:02:0040.88 38.60 2.60%
REPL 2021-01-06 17:02:0239.27 38.90 1.82%
REPL 2021-01-06 18:02:0139.94 39.65 3.11%
REPL 2021-01-06 19:02:0339.68 39.35 2.39%
REPL 2021-01-06 20:02:0040.65 40.35 5.11%
REPL 2021-01-06 21:02:1341.02 40.84 6.10%
REPL 2021-01-06 22:02:0439.80 39.52 3.04%
REPL 2021-01-06 23:02:0141.22 38.00 5.40%
2021-01-07

REPL 2021-01-07 01:06:0441.22 37.00 4.96%
REPL 2021-01-07 02:01:5941.22 37.00 4.96%
REPL 2021-01-07 03:02:0041.22 37.00 4.96%
REPL 2021-01-07 04:01:5941.22 37.00 4.96%
REPL 2021-01-07 05:01:5941.22 37.00 4.96%
REPL 2021-01-07 06:01:5841.22 37.00 4.96%
REPL 2021-01-07 07:02:0141.22 37.00 4.96%
REPL 2021-01-07 08:01:5941.22 37.00 4.96%
REPL 2021-01-07 08:33:42
2020-12-23 21:15:43
How much money do you keep on the side to invest during dips?
I have read so many times in this forum that "when it dips, I buy more". So my question is how much money do you keep on the side to invest during dips? How much percentage of that side money do you invest during the dip and how do you replenish that? submitted by /u/floopydrive [link] [comments]
REPL 2021-01-07 09:01:5841.22 37.00 4.96%
REPL 2021-01-07 10:02:0141.22 37.00 4.96%
REPL 2021-01-07 11:02:0041.22 37.00 4.96%
REPL 2021-01-07 12:02:0041.22 37.00 4.96%
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REPL 2021-01-07 14:02:0146.01 30.00 4.96%
REPL 2021-01-07 15:02:0045.01 30.00 4.96%
REPL 2021-01-07 16:02:0241.72 38.00 4.96%
REPL 2021-01-07 17:02:0441.97 41.47 2.49%
REPL 2021-01-07 18:02:0242.18 41.82 3.60%
REPL 2021-01-07 19:02:0141.48 40.85 0.69%
REPL 2021-01-07 20:02:0142.06 41.39 2.41%
REPL 2021-01-07 21:02:0241.58 41.30 2.71%
REPL 2021-01-07 22:02:0241.19 40.74 0.59%
REPL 2021-01-07 23:02:0142.34 38.00 1.23%
2021-01-08

REPL 2021-01-08 01:05:5149.00 38.00 2.37%
REPL 2021-01-08 02:01:5849.00 38.00 2.37%
REPL 2021-01-08 03:01:5949.00 38.00 2.37%
REPL 2021-01-08 04:02:0249.00 38.00 2.37%
REPL 2021-01-08 05:01:5949.00 38.00 2.37%
REPL 2021-01-08 06:01:5949.00 38.00 2.37%
REPL 2021-01-08 07:02:0149.00 38.00 2.37%
REPL 2021-01-08 08:02:0049.00 38.00 2.37%
REPL 2021-01-08 09:02:0049.00 38.00 2.37%
REPL 2021-01-08 10:02:0149.00 38.00 2.37%
REPL 2021-01-08 11:02:0249.00 38.00 2.37%
REPL 2021-01-08 12:02:0149.00 38.00 2.37%
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REPL 2021-01-08 14:02:0450.00 38.00 2.37%
REPL 2021-01-08 15:02:0445.01 30.00 2.37%
REPL 2021-01-08 16:02:0641.11 38.00 2.37%
REPL 2021-01-08 18:02:0841.80 41.60 1.24%
REPL 2021-01-08 19:02:0941.97 41.38 1.51%
REPL 2021-01-08 19:30:31
2020-12-23 21:15:43
is QS a buy or wait
QS dropped rapidly in the new year, possibly due to TSLA taking all the glory. However do you think its worth buying shares for the long haul? Seems like they won't have any product till many years later but shows promise to make change with the lots of money they have in their pocket now. Solid state technology is pretty crazy too, could be next future. Similar to how solid state drives is replacing hard drives. submitted by /u/Brilliant-Cheek-4039 [link] [comments]
REPL 2021-01-08 20:02:0841.99 41.43 2.46%
REPL 2021-01-08 21:02:0641.96 41.57 1.34%
REPL 2021-01-08 22:02:0442.72 42.35 3.28%
REPL 2021-01-08 23:02:0343.07 38.00 4.06%
2021-01-09

REPL 2021-01-09 06:03:49
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There is a good probability that TESLA will adopt fuelcell technology this year.
Yes, I know that Elon have said that fuel cells = fools sells. But that was many years ago. Since then many things have changed. Hydrogen power is now on the move. Huge funding from government, a lot of new projects etc. Stocks go up. Elon may adopt fuelcell tech because : The progress in Li batteries is not as great as expected and fuelcell tech has gone a long way since his words. Just ignoring this technology wouldn't be smart for Elon. By adopting the hydrogen power TSLA's hype train will gain an additional boost for years. Of course, H2 will not replace their batteries, but it will create a completely new branch for energy storage and green heavy vehicles (trains, busses, ships, havy trucks) . My quantum computing cube has calculated a probability of 57.78 (±0.1%) that TSLA will start working on H2 power in the year 2021. submitted by /u/ToniT800 [link] [comments]
2021-01-10

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Tesla down to...?
I love papa Elon just as much as the next guy. I’m rooting for them long term, but cmon.. Tesla has been on a surge since March, it has to come down eventually. What are your guys thoughts on the matter? Tesla puts keeping me up at night, I know I’m not the only one 😂 gl next week and thanks for any replies submitted by /u/Bow-Jackson [link] [comments]
2021-01-11

REPL 2021-01-11 01:07:2743.07 37.50 4.06%
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REPL 2021-01-11 07:02:0143.07 37.50 4.06%
REPL 2021-01-11 08:02:0143.07 37.50 4.06%
REPL 2021-01-11 09:01:5943.07 37.50 4.06%
REPL 2021-01-11 10:01:5943.07 37.50 4.06%
REPL 2021-01-11 11:02:0143.07 37.50 4.06%
REPL 2021-01-11 11:06:22
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Looking for an app to replicate my actual portfolio
Hey there, I am pretty new to investing and just started to buy my first stocks a month ago (incl. SAP, CD Project, Carnival, Xiamio and NIO). Now I wondered if there is an app where you can replicate your portfolio so that you can see real time changes without always accessing your Broker. I already found a bunch that can do that but only with todays price and not the price I bought them at. submitted by /u/Hungry_Cake7680 [link] [comments]
REPL 2021-01-11 12:02:0243.07 37.50 4.06%
REPL 2021-01-11 13:02:0143.07 37.50 4.06%
REPL 2021-01-11 14:02:0350.00 37.50 4.06%
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REPL 2021-01-11 16:02:0742.78 37.50 4.06%
REPL 2021-01-11 17:08:4441.94 41.38 -3.11%
REPL 2021-01-11 18:02:1441.79 41.44 -2.90%
REPL 2021-01-11 18:18:09
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Reasons to invest in PLTR?
I am seventeen years old and kind of new to this whole stock market thing. I already bought some shares from NIO and PLUG. I’ve seen a lot people talk about PTLR on this sub. And the replies are always like this: . What’s the deal and are there any reasons why I should invest in PTLR? I’m kind of interested in it. submitted by /u/InfiniteLovesReddit [link] [comments]
REPL 2021-01-11 19:02:0842.72 42.13 -0.65%
REPL 2021-01-11 20:02:0642.54 41.82 -0.98%
REPL 2021-01-11 21:02:0342.65 42.38 -0.72%
REPL 2021-01-11 22:02:0242.45 42.13 -1.10%
REPL 2021-01-11 23:02:0244.67 41.06 -2.03%
2021-01-12

REPL 2021-01-12 01:06:0144.67 41.06 -2.03%
REPL 2021-01-12 02:01:5944.67 41.06 -2.03%
REPL 2021-01-12 03:02:0044.67 41.05 -4.02%
REPL 2021-01-12 04:02:0044.67 41.05 -4.02%
REPL 2021-01-12 04:58:46
2020-12-23 21:15:43
PSA: This is a good time to be skeptical of EV startups
At the height of the dot-com boom in '99, investors were so caught up in the rise of a new industry that they threw money at anything with a website, regardless of the fundamentals. With the incredible rise of TSLA, I think we are at risk for a similar phenomenon with EV startups. It seems like everyone and their dog has an EV company right now. If you have a website and a flashy design concept, there is a lot of money to be made with investor cash. I am not saying don't invest in these startups, but there are a few things to keep in mind: It's incredibly difficult and capital-intensive to start a car company. History is littered with failures in this industry (See Fisker, Faraday Future, Delorean, etc.). Elon Musk is a savvy businessman, shrewd technologist, and a master of publicity. He is the exception among startup CEOs, not the rule. He built Tesla with a diligent plan; and even then barely made it at times (See original roadster launch issues, Model 3 production issues). He is Tesla's greatest asset and we shouldn't assume that his success can be easily replicated. Traditional car companies have been slow to start, but they now realize EVs are the future and are starting to come out with their own models. While EV technology may be new to them, they have a huge advantage in terms of manufacturing infrastructure and expertise that will make it even harder for EV startups to gain foothold in the market. The bottom line here is that investors should have realistic expectations about the chance of a new company's success. Investors who missed out on TSLA will be driven by FOMO to throw money at anything with four wheels and a battery. This can attract scammers (See Theranos) who want some of that easy capital. It's smart to be vigilant when there is so much hype around a particular industry. TLDR - Invest in whatever makes sense for you, but be cautious and don't let FOMO take control. submitted by /u/NWheelspin [link] [comments]
REPL 2021-01-12 05:02:0044.67 41.05 -4.02%
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REPL 2021-01-12 12:02:0344.67 41.05 -4.02%
REPL 2021-01-12 13:02:0344.67 41.80 -4.02%
REPL 2021-01-12 13:43:48
2020-12-23 21:15:43
NEL ASA (Norwegian) - DD // my thoughts and view // What do you think of this? any concerns or ideas regarding this position / sector?
NEL ASA ISIN: NO0010081235 NEL (Oslo Exchange) (NOK 32,63) D7G (Frankfurt Exchange) (EUR 3,16) NLLSF (OTCM) (USD 3.87) Long term price target €20-25 next 3-6 years NOTE: HOLDING 2950 SHARES @ €1.60 average proof of holdings: *this was a screenshot with proof of holdings, but not allowed to add image* ​ What is NEL ASA? Nel is a global, dedicated hydrogen company, delivering optimal solutions to produce, store and distribute hydrogen from renewable energy. We serve industries, energy and gas companies with leading hydrogen technology. Our roots date back to 1927, and since then, we have had a proud history of development and continuous improvement of hydrogen technologies. Today, our hydrogen solutions cover the entire value chain from hydrogen production technologies to hydrogen fuelling stations, enabling industries to transition to green hydrogen, and providing all fuel cell electric vehicles with the same fast fuelling and long range as fossil-fuelled vehicles – without the emissions. Why am I interested? 2020 has been an accelerant to the move into greener, more sustainable energy. EU wants to be carbon neutral by 2050, China by 2060 and soon the US (once Biden is in power) will also want to be carbon neutral by 2050 + Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure and renewable energy plan. Most people believe that battery power is the future. In my opinion it is, but not on its own. Current battery tech is limited often in range, we are in the works of inventing new types of battery (Look at Quantumscope) however, before they are commercially available on large scale, cost efficient is still years away. Hydrogen is nothing new. Hydrogen is one of the most abundant elements on planet earth meaning access to this type of renewable energy is basically infinite. By using electrolysis, Hydrogen can be produced from water and renewable energy. However, green hydrogen is becoming more and more affordable to produce, meaning that start to finish no CO2 is emitted and we are nearing in this decade large scale green hydrogen production. Multiple projects have been started in the EU over the last two years and I believe this trend will continue on, also in line with carbon neutral plans of at least two large nations in the world. Applications for hydrogen are very broad - Industrial use (Examples: oil refining, ammonia production, steel production) - Transportation (Limited low carbon fuel available as present; Hydrogen opportunity// Fuel cell costs also important) - Buildings (replacing natural gas, direct use for boilers or fuel cells) - Power generation (leading for storing renewable energy; can be used to increase power system flexibility; ammonia can be applied in coal power plants to reduce emission) Why Nel ASA? Q3 Highlights a screenshot of Q3 ER presentation should be here, but not allowed to add image* - World’s largest electrolyser company. - €242 million cash (enough to cover R&D and burn rate). - Excellent group management with experts from varied industries. - 3-Yr revenue growth 74.05% // 5-yr 112.19%. - Revenue has improved YoY since 2014, not yet profitable but close too. - Entered MoU with Iberdrola to develop green hydrogen plant in spain. Capacity 200MW. Operational 2023. It is not necessarily a play which seems safe at the moment, as financials are not positive yet, however are improving, I am holding this stock till at least 2025. They also have enough cash to cover operations. In the annual report they do mention that once they are in a position to pay dividend they will, however that is not the play here. I have been vested in this company for over a year and I strongly believe in it. The company is growing steady, more and more projects in the backlog, awarded multiple government grants over the last 6 months. It is a renewable energy play for the coming decade (imo) ​ Most Recent Contract: - EverFuel Contract for Fredericia Hydrogen project – 20MW electrolyser to be delivered in 2021 and fully operational mid-2022. Value: €7.2 million This is a long term play, I believe in a hydrogen future. Not just for transport, but power and storage as well. ​ *Disclaimer* I am not a licensed financial analyst and I am not giving any financial advice. I am sharing my idea about a company and it is up to the individual to make any investment decisions. I am not liable for any financial losses. ​ Hydrogen Market Some statistics relating to the growth of the hydrogen - Green Hydrogen market expected to be worth $2.28 billion by 2027// CAGR 14.27% - Hydrogen generation to grow 4.32% CAGR Revenue based until 2027. ​ another screenshot here* ​ p.s The US listing is a OTCM, however both European listings are on big exchanges (Oslo & Frankfurt), market cap is euro 4.4 billion Share price at the moment is Euro 3.25. The company is growing YoY. I did read thread rules and it seems that some requirements are met, and one isnt (the $5 rule so unsure) First time posting! submitted by /u/Stormseekr9 [link] [comments]
REPL 2021-01-12 14:02:0255.00 41.80 -4.02%
REPL 2021-01-12 15:02:0355.00 0.01 -4.02%
REPL 2021-01-12 15:36:50
2020-12-23 21:15:43
I WANT TO LEARN
Hello Everyone, I am a Filipino student looking to learn the inns and outs of the stock market. I wish to create a career in this industry but I have no knowledge on where to start or how to start. Is there anyone willing to teach me or just guide me thru the basics and such. All Replies Are Appreciated. submitted by /u/Amythosan [link] [comments]
REPL 2021-01-12 16:02:0643.00 38.50 -4.02%
REPL 2021-01-12 17:07:4142.95 42.53 1.65%
REPL 2021-01-12 17:15:41
2020-12-23 21:15:43
I love the accounts that always reply to nintendo tweets for the sole purpose of pissing off nintendo fans thry do gods work
REPL 2021-01-12 18:02:1042.60 42.21 0.93%
REPL 2021-01-12 18:33:15
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Pinterest Stock?
Thinking of investing in Pinterest LEAPs. Seems like they managed to create a search engine that literally displays ads that people like. Only concerns are the 2020 run up and competitive advantage. How difficult would it be for a company like Google to replicate their search functionality? Thoughts? submitted by /u/Sublime_7365 [link] [comments]
REPL 2021-01-12 19:02:0643.21 43.03 2.91%
REPL 2021-01-12 19:31:58
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @Rooted_Future: The west burned in 2020, scorching 10m+ acres. We are replanting 🌲's right now in a Colorado burn area. Please help us a…
REPL 2021-01-12 20:02:0842.94 42.67 2.15%
REPL 2021-01-12 20:09:37
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @artistryjen: REPLY

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REPL 2021-01-12 20:09:38
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @PCYHASHTAG: reply with

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REPL 2021-01-12 20:09:39
2020-12-23 21:15:43
RT @delulungjenlisa: HI PLEASE RT & REPLY

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REPL 2021-01-12 21:02:0642.60 42.37 1.10%
REPL 2021-01-12 22:02:0642.49 42.26 0.81%
REPL 2021-01-12 23:02:0444.67 35.00 1.41%
2021-01-13

REPL 2021-01-13 01:05:5144.67 25.00 0.31%
REPL 2021-01-13 02:02:0044.67 25.00 0.31%
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REPL 2021-01-13 06:01:5944.67 25.00 0.31%
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REPL 2021-01-13 09:02:0144.67 25.00 0.31%
REPL 2021-01-13 10:02:0144.67 25.00 0.31%
REPL 2021-01-13 11:02:0144.67 25.00 0.31%
REPL 2021-01-13 12:02:0244.67 25.00 0.31%
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REPL 2021-01-13 14:02:0344.67 25.00 0.31%
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REPL 2021-01-13 16:02:0249.00 35.00 0.31%
REPL 2021-01-13 16:13:19
2020-12-23 21:15:43
$INTC up 14% premarket | Intel CEO Bob Swan to step down in February, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger to replace him,
Thoughts? How what are you opinions on Pat Gelsinger? https://www.cnbc.com/2021/01/13/intel-ceo-bob-swan-to-step-down-in-february.html ​ EDIT: Pat Gelsinger comes from a technical background and used to work at Intel. Whereas Bob Swan did not and was a CFO prior to becoming a CEO. I am really happy I kept adding to this value-semi. submitted by /u/Take_Notice_Walk [link] [comments]
REPL 2021-01-13 16:52:00
2020-12-23 21:15:43
: Intel stock surges after company replaces CEO Swan with VMware chief
REPL 2021-01-13 17:09:5543.27 42.47 1.04%
REPL 2021-01-13 18:10:0043.46 43.15 2.52%
REPL 2021-01-13 19:02:0743.14 42.98 1.20%
REPL 2021-01-13 19:17:10
2020-12-23 21:15:43
KTOS and its bright future
You might have seen a post the other day on WSB relating to KTOS from another user. Well, after a bit more DD, here is what I can say for KTOS. First i'll repeat what the other post said. Recently ARK, Blackrock, Vanguard and Fidelity have bought a huge number of shares in KTOS, and there is a good reason why. I'll link to the original post here as it will likely be a more interesting read and im not great at formatting. I thought i'd look into them and I was pretty pleased with what I saw. I attended the presentation, and this is what I managed to jot down during the presentation. I'm sure it'll look very boring, but maybe for you its worth reading. I was taking these down as I was listening, so there may be gaps in the information. Significant invests and won a lot of contracts. Continued investment in 2021 and accelerate in 2022 as these mature to production. Primary Areas - Target drones – very high in demand. Lots of contacts are for target drones. Leading high-performance jet target drones. Drones get shot down and then replaces, looking to expand domestically and internationally as new drone requirements are needed. o Skyborg contract awarded. LCAAT contract awarded, government announced the Valkyrie flew with the F22 and F35 showing they have drones performing missions. Next gen engines for drones and cruise missiles – important announcement made to have another contract for Kratos next gen engine for cruise missiles and drones. Unmanned drones – Gremlin is reusable, only company with a family of these drones (low cost, 400k to 3m). Force multiplies and they’re the market leaders. o Gremlin – govt announced they have multiple customers for the gremlin drones for when it transitions from research team at DARPA. Likely moved to 2022/2023 due to covid and earthquake. Nothing else in the Gremlin, Valkyrie class line aside from Kratos. Space and satellite communication o Biggest business in kratos, leading the industry, supporting ~80% space missions. o Thousands of LEO and MEO satellites planned including HBTSS () and TITAN (Tactical Interface Tracking Application Node) program. o Microsoft partnered with musk and starlink, AND kratos. Large, new 5G GSaaS beginning. Very low latency and very integral to this. Doing military and commercial, leveraging scale of having both military and commercial, making them competitive as they drive costs down. Very high expectations. High profitability 2022/2023. Microwave electronics o Largest independent microwave companies internationally, in support of C5ISR programs. o Industry seeing increased funding. o Kratos typically only provider Strategic deterrence o GBSD  180m contract including significant development systems needed for customer.  New facility with new equipment for this program, production multiple times larger than dev piece, so expect massive investment. 2nd half of 2021, big step up in revenue in 2022. Big growth driver. Turbine tech and engines o Designed into a number of systems, only 2 publicly disclosed (Graywolf and speed racer). o Recently can announce additional funding at low cost cruise missiles and tactical drones. The engine is the largest bill (35%). Want to disrupt the engine market. o Number of agencies looking to fund. Missile defense and hypersonic programs o One of 2 primary providers for ballistic missile defenses. o Key supporter of the AEGIS programs Financial information o Drone opportunity expected to transform company soon. o Space and satellite sector very well positioned and expecting lots of growth.  Won a number of classified contracts. o 2021 will be last year of increased internal investments. Heavy investment, but lots of growth after. o Ground based strategic deterrent – multi hindered million contract, significant expenditure on machinery, tools and equipment. In 2021, as they won the contract in 2020, it’ll be a significant cap x expenditure. o Lots of IP movements on engines. o Not taking govt funding for the next gen engines, they’ll eat the costs.  Will need secure facility with classified environment. Most employees have very high security clearance. o 2021 solid growth year, no questions about it. Primary dial on how good this will be is going to be a recompete. If not successful in the recompete, it’s a 35m hole to fill. VERY strong if they get it. If not, the growth won’t be as strong due to this hole. 2022 and 2023 look like step function growth years with lots of contracts maturing to production. o LEO constellations from SpaceX will benefit Kratos. CEO isn’t sure about STARSHIP. o 70% federal/DoD contracts vs 30% private contracts. submitted by /u/molecular_crusade [link] [comments]
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2021-01-14

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Feds asks Tesla to recall 158,000 vehicles over failing touchscreen displays
U.S. safety regulators have asked Tesla to recall 158,000 vehicles over media control unit failures that cause the touchscreen displays to stop working, following a months-long investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The Office of Defects Investigation unit of the agency determined that the failure of the media control unit is a safety issue since functions like the backup camera and defogging and defrosting setting controls stop working as well as audible chimes, which are used when the turn signal indicator is activated and to alert drivers while the vehicle's Autopilot advanced driver assistance system is engaged. Reports of the MCUs suddenly failing have been a topic for years in Tesla forums. The failure is caused when the memory storage in a flash drive used in the used in these vehicles reaches capacity, investigators concluded. The only solution is to replace the physical piece of hardware. Vehicles affected include Model S sedans built between 2012 and 2018 as well as Model X SUVs in 2016 through 2018. Tesla did not respond to a request for comment. However, the company did provide information to NHTSA, which is contained in the report. Tesla confirmed to NHTSA that all units will inevitably fail given the memory device’s finite storage capacity. Tesla provided its own statistical model showing the number of projected weekly MCU repairs from 2020 to 2028. The automaker estimated that replacement rates for MCU failures will peak in early 2022 and gradually decline until (near) full part turnover has been accomplished in 2028, according to the report. These vehicles are equipped with an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor with an integrated 8GB eMMC NAND flash memory device. Part of this 8GB storage capacity is used each time the vehicle is started. The eMMC NAND cell hardware fails when the storage capacity is reached, resulting in failure of the MCU, the agency said. The eMMC NAND flash device's lifespan based upon the number of program/erase cycles, after which the MCU fails due to memory wear-out. Investigators determined that the expected usage life rating for the 8GB eMMC NAND flash memory device is about 3,000 Program-Erase cycles, after which the eMMC NAND flash memory device would become fully consumed and no longer be operational. At a daily cycle usage rate of 1.4 per block, accumulation of 3,000 P/E cycles would take only 5 to 6 years, the agency said. The agency has officially requested that Tesla initiate a recall to notify all owners, purchasers, and dealers of the subject vehicles of this safety defect and provide a remedy. https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/feds-asks-tesla-recall-158-000308276.html submitted by /u/TheFreeOracle [link] [comments]
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BW (Babcock & Wilcox Long Term Clean Energy Play)
First of all this is not a get rich quick flipping penny's play. This is a long term steady growth play on a 200+ year company based in Akron, Ohio that had debt issues and has since restructured its balance sheet and replaced upper management. They were recently awarded multiple million dollar contracts in Waste and Energy management. This won't stay under $5 for much longer. Check them out for yourself. (AKRON, Ohio – January 13, 2021) – Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) (NYSE: BW) announced today that its B&W Environmental segment will design, supply and install a SPIG S.p.A. air-cooled condenser for a waste-to-energy plant in the United Kingdom. The contract is valued at more than $8 million (AKRON, Ohio – January 5, 2021) – Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) (NYSE: BW) announced today that its B&W Environmental segment will design and supply advanced ash-handling equipment to a U.S. power plant customer. The contract is valued at more than $10 million (AKRON, Ohio – December 17, 2020) – Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) (NYSE: BW) announced today that its B&W Thermal segment has booked new service projects valued at more than $10 million. These contracts, for utility and industrial facilities, are in addition to more than $30 million in construction services bookings recently announced by B&W (AKRON, Ohio – December 2, 2020) – Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) (NYSE: BW) announced today that its B&W Thermal segment will install replacement boiler pressure parts for a power plant in North America. The contract, valued at more than $20 million, was awarded to B&W’s subsidiary, Babcock & Wilcox Construction Co., LLC (BWCC) (AKRON, Ohio – November 16, 2020) – Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) (NYSE: BW) announced today that its B&W Thermal segment will supply equipment to upgrade burners and provide other boiler related equipment for a power plant in North America to allow it to utilize cleaner-burning natural gas as its main fuel. The contract is valued at approximately $3 million. Revenues of $132.5 million Net income of $34.7 million, a $91.7 million improvement Adjusted EBITDA of $25.6 million with adjusted EBITDA margin of 19.3% Diluted EPS improved to $0.69, compared to $(1.39) Quarterly bookings increased 106% compared to third quarter 2019, and increased 111% sequentially The above results include the recognition of a $26.0 million loss recovery settlement related to certain historical EPC loss contracts https://www.babcock.com/ submitted by /u/SageMaverick [link] [comments]
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Stocks after Mergers
Seeing quite some comments about when to sell stocks because of merger lately. So then I wondered what, in general, happens with your stocks after a merger? Say you have stocks in company A and it merges with company B under the name of company B... Will the stocks be transferred? Does company A get delisted? Will they still exist both on the market? None of the above? After a google I found out that it depends on the kind of "buy-out deal". Thought I might share: All-cash deal - your stocks disappear, you'll get cash (value / share) all-stocks deal - your stocks get replaced Wondered for LGVW & TLRY Seems it is not broker-dependent ps ** sorry for bad English , Im Dutch ** submitted by /u/himarange [link] [comments]
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2020-12-23 21:15:43
EV Charging Stocks Have Been Huge Winners. Here's Another Explosive Name in that Red-Hot Group.
What good is a car without fuel? No good at all. That's why as gas-powered cars made their way into every home from Los Angeles to Berlin throughout the 20th Century, the world built millions and millions of gas pumps to keep those cars fueled. Let's extrapolate that out. What good is an electric vehicle without charge? Again, no good at all. So, as electric vehicles replace gas-powered cars and make their way into every home from LA to Berlin in the 2020s, what's going to happen to those millions and millions of gas pumps? They're going to be replaced by millions and millions of EV charging stations. To that extent, one of the best ways to play the enormous EV Revolution of the 2020s is through investing in EV charging station operators. These are the next Shells and Exxons of the Transportation 2.0 industry. I've already purchased two of these companies: Blink Charging (BLNK) and ChargePoint (SBE). Both stocks are up more than 200% since I first purchased them. Here is a third name you can add to your list of "EV charging station stocks to buy." It's a longtime EV charging industry leader that is well-positioned to leverage its leading tech portfolio and network effects to dominate the European EV charging market in the 2020s. The Undisputed Leader of EV Charging in Europe While Blink Charging and ChargePoint are battling each other for North American EV charging market supremacy, a $3.3 billion Netherlands-based company by the name of EVBox is already dominating the European EV charging market all on its own. The company – which is going public through a merger with blank-check company TPG Pace Beneficial Finance Corp. (TPGY) – has installed over 190,000 charging ports all across Europe, from Spain (3,000 ports delivered) to Germany (40,000 ports delivered) to the UK (7,000 ports delivered) to the Nordics (10,000 ports delivered). Currently, there are 72,000 active EVBox charging ports in Europe – which is a big enough base to give the company over 25% share of the EV charging station market in Europe. Make no mistake. EVBox is the undisputed leader of EV charging in Europe. Perhaps more importantly, EVBox is in a position of strength to defend its market leadership position over the next decade. There are two big things here. One, EVBox's existing widespread charging infrastructure will enable network effects. EVBox already counts multiple big companies as customers – such as Avis, McDonald's, IKEA, and Amazon. The company should be able to leverage this huge customer base to keep winning more corporate contracts. After all, if I'm a CEO and I'm looking for EV charging solutions, I'm most likely going to choose the service that everyone else is choosing. In Europe, that solution is EVBox. Second, EVBox's new line-up of ultra-fast chargers underscores the company's technology leadership. About a year ago, EVBox introduced its new fast charger EVBox Troniq 100 and a redesign of its ultra-fast charger Ultroniq. The EVBox Troniq provides 100 kW charging, while the Ultroniq provides 350 kW charging. Those numbers may seem intangible, but for context, most commercial and residential chargers provide a fraction of that charge. The result? EVBox's top-of-the-line Ultroniq chargers can fully recharge most EVs (250 miles of range) in just 15 minutes. Net net, EVBox isn't just Europe's leading EV charging company today. Rather, thanks to network effects and technology advantages, EVBox projects to remain Europe's leading EV charging company for the foreseeable future. That's a big deal, because Europe is on the cutting edge of the EV Revolution. Pretty much every major country in Europe has a national EV incentive in-place, while most plan to phase out internal combustion engine vehicles by 2025 (Norway), 2030 (Britain, Sweden, and Denmark), or 2040 (France). So, the EV Revolution in Europe will zoom into hypergrowth gear over the next decade. As it does, Europe's EV charging infrastructure will expand dramatically from just 250,000 charging ports in 2020, to millions of charging ports by 2030. EVBox will lean into network effects and technical advantages to similarly grow its charging network by several hundred percent. It should be no surprise, then, that management is targeting 60%-plus annualized revenue growth into 2023, and 50%-plus annualized revenue growth thereafter. Given the hypergrowth backdrop, those growth targets seem entirely doable. If the company does hit those growth targets, then my numbers suggest that this is a $10-plus billion company in the making. So… with the market cap down around $3 billion today… it may be worth taking a good hard look at EVBox stock. ​ Company Name TPG Pace Beneficial Finance Corp. Ticker Symbol TPGY Share Price $24.17 Current Market Value $1 Billion submitted by /u/roccob7798 [link] [comments]
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Picked up some $ACRX a pharma company that possibly has the answer to replace opiates. If it is the answer - will be interesting to see how they do long term-
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RT @brookewlms: Picked up some $ACRX a pharma company that possibly has the answer to replace opiates. If it is the answer - will be inter…
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@TheRealDeJo @HobbyConnector @Hobby_Connect @sports_sell @OnReplin Take 2 Aker's 50 cents each
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Jamf Analysis (NASDAQ: JAMF)
Industry Overview Jamf competes in the mobile device management (MDM) and enterprise mobility management industries (EMM). Jamf has a small number of competitors like Apple’s Profile Manager and Mosyle. One notable point is that Apple uses Jamf instead of its own in-house product. I wouldn’t be surprised if Apple has tried or will try to acquire Jamf. At the same time, I’m not sure if Apple (a $1tn+ company) will try to go after this industry. I believe Jamf has a good set of competitive advantages that will ward off competition and Apple. What is mobile device management and enterprise mobility management? These terms are about securing the information and data on employees’ corporate or personal devices. If I’m using a corporate device, my employer is most likely using some software to make sure no information gets hacked into or stolen. In the simplest terms, Jamf helps to protect its customers’ information and manage devices remotely. Jamf focuses on Apple devices. That’s their specialty. Other companies offer similar services but focus on providing that one service across Windows and Apple devices whereas Jamf focuses on providing many services to only Apple devices. Business Overview Founded in 2002 by Zach Halmstad, Christopher Thon, and Chip Pearson, Jamf provides mobile device management software to its customers. The current CEO, Dean Hager, took over in 2015 and replaced Halmstad and Pearson. Vista Equity Partners acquired a majority of Jamf’s shares in December 2017 and still holds a majority stake today. Jamf helps its customers manage Apple devices, products, or other Apple-related software/hardware. Employers that manage these resources want employees to have a secure Apple device that can be tracked and managed remotely. At the end of Q3 (September 2020), Jamf had more than 43,000 customers with more than 18.6 million Apple devices. Jamf relies on a typical SaaS model to collect revenue. Jamf has customers ranging from Apple itself to 7 of the top 10 Fortune 500 technology companies, 24 of the 25 most valuable brands, and the 10 largest U.S. banks. Products Many of Jamf’s products match the same services as other public tech companies. For example, Crowdstrike provides Endpoint Protection, but Jamf Protect provides these same services but specific to Apple devices. Jamf continues to add new product offerings and expand into different industries. Jamf has 5 main products, Jamf Connect, Jamf Pro, Jamf Now, Jamf School, and Jamf Protect. The image in the article (can't fit the article into this post) provides a good comparison between Jamf’s offerings for the Apple vertical and the horizontal providers. I won’t be going into detail on these specific horizontal use cases. Jamf’s bread and butter is Jamf Pro, which accounted for 78% of total revenue in 2019. Why would customers choose Jamf over Crowdstrike, Okta, or other horizontal providers? Jamf provides solutions specific to Apple devices rather than trying to solve problems for both Apple and Windows devices. For example, Apple devices have different security risks and weaknesses than Windows laptops so a horizontal solution such as Crowdstrike may not be the best solution for a company looking to manage a fleet of Apple devices. These solutions are managed remotely. Total Addressable Market Management states the global total addressable market for Apple Enterprise Management is $10.3 billion. Different independent research firms believe that this industry will also grow to $23.4 billion by 2024. Although I like to gauge the TAM from different sources, anyone can google this information and find it out. There is no “edge” in investing like this. The way I’d think about this is what percentage of enterprise customers and their employees will have Apple devices that may need to be managed through Jamf. For example, will employees have an iPhone dedicated only to work? What about a laptop or a desktop computer? Throw in an iPad? Now, what’s the realistic average number of Apple devices for employees multiplied by the average cost per device to get an estimate of the TAM. Where else can Jamf expand? Into schools? Check. But what’s next. I’m not sure but I bet there’s some room for growth out there. Secondly, although the number of Apple devices in businesses may be small today, what will this look like in the future? Will more companies be giving their employees an option between Apple and Windows? Jamf’s management team believes so. Are more people fans of Apple or Windows devices? So although you may initially say that Windows will always be the main OS, a Jamf chart says otherwise (Link - Q3 Investor Presentation on page 6). If you’re in finance, you may never use an Apple device simply due to your reliance on Excel and other finance shortcuts, but other industries may not have this reliance on Windows computers. Competitive Advantages I believe Jamf has a number of competitive advantages. Jamf Nation Jamf Nation is the largest online community of Apple IT administrators in the world. There are more than 100,000+ members. If a customer has a question, they can visit Jamf Nation and search to find an answer or ask the question themselves. This is basically a subreddit specific to Apple IT administrators looking for answers. The scale of this community gives Jamf a competitive advantage because when competitors’ customers have questions, they won’t have such a large community of people that can help them answer questions. Jamf Marketplace Jamf Marketplace allows customers to integrate with other tools and extend the reach of Jamf’s platform. As Jamf grows in size and develops relationships with more companies and grows the list of integrations, smaller companies will be unable to match the number of integrations that Jamf Marketplace offers. Economies of Scale Jamf was founded in 2002 and since then has focused on providing a suite of solutions specific to Apple devices. No other company has come close, including Apple. As the leading company providing solutions for companies with Apple devices, Jamf has developed products built on its focus on Apple. This expertise of Apple spans the suite of products and gives Jamf a competitive advantage through economies of scale. Competitors are unable to replicate Jamf’s offerings in a timely manner. Jamf sells software. Software is a “build once, sell twice” type of product, meaning it gives Jamf incremental margin for each customer and Apple device it captures. As Jamf grows in size, it will build products faster than smaller companies. Jamf will bundle different products into one offering to competitors at a lower price which will keep competition away. For example, wrapping together Jamf Connect, Jamf Pro, and Jamf Now for a hypothetical $20 per Apple device meanwhile a smaller company can only offer the equivalent of Jamf Pro for $15 per Apple device. This obviously makes Jamf’s proposition more appealing. Although costs aren’t everything, Jamf does benefit from its size giving it a possible advantage in the quality column. Financials Another tech company with strong growth. Let’s check out the numbers. 2019: Total revenue = $204 million Subscription revenue = $159 million Subscription revenue growth = 59% Subscription gross profit margin = 80% GAAP EBIT margin = -10% Annual recurring revenue = $209 million Dollar-based net retention rate = 118% 2018: Total revenue = $147 million Subscription revenue = $100 million Subscription gross profit margin = 76% GAAP EBIT margin = -20% Annual recurring revenue = $142 million Dollar-based net retention rate = 117% Jamf doesn’t give financial numbers before December 2018. The most attractive part of Jamf is the subscription revenue that grew more than 59% from 2018 to 2019. This comes with high gross margins and depending on your outlook is likely to continue growing for some time. Jamf has yet to release its 2020 annual earnings, but it expects total revenue of $263 million for the year ended December 2020. What’s Interesting Undervalued relative to other high growth tech companies? Jamf has a market cap of ~$3.9 billion at the time of writing this. Considering Jamf expects total revenue of $263 million and assuming it grows ~30% to $340 million. $3.9 billion / $340 million = 11.5x P/S multiple. Although valuation isn’t this easy (I wish it was) this seems rather cheap relative to other tech companies. This shouldn’t be a basis for your investment though, but what makes Jamf relatively undervalued to its peers? Riding Apple’s tailcoats. Apple is one of if not the strongest brand in the world. Everyone knows Apple. Jamf is helping businesses manage Apple devices safely, securely, and remotely. Jamf can ride Apple’s tailcoats and become a much larger company. As businesses bring Apple devices into the work environment, Jamf will stand to benefit as the leading company that helps to manage these devices. Future Questions Do more enterprise customers offer employees the choice of Apple devices? As someone in finance, I rely on a Windows computer mostly for excel and other shortcuts, but are other industries as reliant on Windows? Oftentimes I prefer using an Apple device for the sleekness and the connection with other Apple products like Airpods, my iPhone, and much more, but can Apple extend beyond consumer products into enterprise products? I’m sure they have to some degree, but how common are Apple devices in the workplace and will they become more common/less common/or the same frequency? What about Apple? The biggest risk to Jamf is arguably their relationship/competition with Apple. Apple has similar in-house products that are competitors to Jamf, but Apple hasn’t seen much success with this. Apple relies on Jamf for its own employees. Does Apple try to compete with Jamf more head-on and build out the offerings to become more competitive? I’m not sure, but this is a small market relative to the size of Apple, and not sure if it’s worth Apple going after. Apple has its hands in a number of different industries like health and fitness, music and podcasts, and now Apple chips. Conclusion Jamf looks to be a great company that may benefit from Apple’s success. It will be interesting to see where Jamf is in 3+ years. I think this will be a successful company and given its small size ($3.9 billion), I can see this company being a multi-bagger one day. There are still some key questions that need to be answered and my goal is only to provide you with a shallow dive that touches on the basic background of Jamf and any key questions that you may need to have in mind when doing your own research. submitted by /u/Numerous-Rip4147 [link] [comments]
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2020-12-23 21:15:43
RIGL - Potential magic bullet found for Covid and non-Covid Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS)
Rigel Pharmaceuticals is a relatively small biocompany with a market cap hovering around $600m. Their drug Fostamatinib was approved for the treatment of ITP by FDA in 2018 and EMA/Canada approved in 2019/2020. They've seen reasonably strong year over year growth (~39%) and this year will have made just over $60 million in net sales (and around $40 million in recognized revenue from other sources). There have been a few exciting studies that have been released this passed year about Fostamatinib's potential role in the treatment of Covid and non-Covid ARDS which can be an enormous opportunity for a current unmet need. Some background on Fostamatinib is that it was approved for the treatment of a disorder called immune thrombocytopenia which causes the immune system to destroy blood platelets. It's also in a stage 3 study which is being fast tracked for a disorder called warm auto-immune hemolytic anemia. wAIHA destroys the red blood cells and the company is confident this will also be approved. The interesting thing about how this factors into acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is that National Institute of Health released a study showing that fostamatinib prevents neutrophils too from being destroyed when introduced to patient serum who have severe covid symptoms. It's believed that this neutrophil destruction is what's causing most (if not all) the severe covid symptoms. When neutrophils are destroyed their contents spill out and cause a condition called NETosis; basically sticky web-like traps start to form in the patients blood, or even lungs, which can lead to thromboembolic events and acute respiratory distress. Fostamatinib is currently the only known drug that can prevent covid NETosis. Additionally, early in the year Harvard and MIT researchers released a study where they indicated the protein mucin-1 as being a potential target for Covid-19 as they found it to be elevated in patients with severe symptoms. Mucin-1 is released by goblet cells in the lungs and can be found in great abundance in Covid-19 patients, much more than normal. Normally, this protein can serve to protect the lungs from viral or bacterial invaders but too much can clog the lungs and make it difficult to breathe. The researchers ran a scan of 3700 drugs in their database and found only one FDA approved drug that can inhibit mucin-1 and preserve cell integrity - fostamatinib. The interesting thing is that this finding is believed to apply to more than just Covid ARDS but may potentially tie into viral and bacterial pneumonias as well as conditions such as cystic fibrosis among others. Further, early in 2020 the University of Amsterdam determined that patients with severe symptoms were having what is called a cytokine storm. Cytokine storms can cause difficulty breathing, and potentially lead to tissue damage, and thrombo-embolic events. They determined the mechanism that was causing this cytokine storm was the production of anti-igg antibodies. When they took these antibodies from severe patients and placed it into serum without the severe symptoms they were able to replicate the cytokine storm in vitro. They understood that SYK inhibition could likely block this cytokine storm from taking place and used the SYK inhibitor fostamatinib in vitro and demonstrated complete inhibition. Due to the number of different targets fostamatinib may play on severe covid it's believed that results from the covid clinical trials will be unprecedented. Further, the company is hopeful that these results will be a springboard into the treatment of non-covid ARDS as well. The National Instiute of Health with the help of Inova, as well as the Imperial College of London, and the company itself are all conducting separate studies. Just as an aside, in 2019 before Covid was a known entity the company had completed a rat study where they were able to prevent acute lung injury using fostamatinib. Beyond Fostamatinib the company has a robust drug discovery program. They currently have an Irak1/4 inhibitor and a RIP1 CNS program that have completed phase 1 clinical trials. Partnerships for Covid and RIP1 and non-dilutive funding sources are in the works. The company will end Q4 2020 with about 55million cash on hand, and a 40m credit facility they can draw down on. Links: Harvard and MIT peer-reviewed study https://www.cell.com/cell-reports-medicine/fulltext/S2666-3791(20)30181-630181-6) University of Amsterdam cytokine storm research https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.07.13.190140v1.full.pdf National Institute of Health NETosis study https://academic.oup.com/jid/advance-article/doi/10.1093/infdis/jiaa789/6046406 CEO company presentation at JP Morgan on 01/14/2021 https://jpmorgan.metameetings.net/events/healthcare21/general_signin?gpu_only=true submitted by /u/Gay_Demons [link] [comments]
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REPL 2021-01-19 23:34:20
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Netflix earnings report beat, possible buyback
Revenue: $6.64 billion versus $6.63 billion expected Earnings per share: $1.19 versus $1.36 expected Global paid subscriber additions: 8.51 million versus 6.03 million expected Netflix said Tuesday it plans to be cash-flow neutral this year and cash-flow positive every year after 2021, and will no longer need external financing to fund its operations, ending a decade-long trend and vindicating investors who have plowed money into the company despite its cash-burning ways. Netflix also said it will consider share buybacks, a practice it hasn’t done since 2011 — the last time the company was cash-flow positive. The announcement came as part of Netflix’s earnings announcement, where the company also announced EPS of $1.19 on revenues of $6.64 billion for the fourth quarter, and 203.66 million global subscribers, up from 26 million at the end of 2011. Shares were up about 10% on the news. For the past 10 years, Netflix has upended the media industry by taking a leap of faith. It has spent billions of dollars on licensed and original content each year to boost its catalog, and along the way morphed into a replacement product for traditional pay-TV in millions of households. Since 2011, Netflix has raised $15 billion in debt to help pay for this content. The company said it plans to pay back its outstanding debt that matures in 2021 with its more than $8 billion of cash on hand. Over the years, Netflix skeptics, such as Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter, have pointed out that Netflix’s increasing debt load should be concerning for investors as content spending ballooned and the company burned more cash. “Netflix has burned more cash every year since 2013,” Pachter told CNBC in June 2018. “What happens when they need to keep increasing their spending and suddenly they have $10 billion of debt? People are going to start asking, ‘can this company pay us back?’ If that happens, their lending rate will spike. If Netflix needs to raise capital, they’ll issue stock. And that’s when investors will get spooked.” But that hasn’t happened. The cost of original programming hasn’t doomed the company. And Tuesday’s announcement suggests it won’t. Meanwhile, as Netflix has grown, the number of U.S. households with traditional pay TV has dropped from a peak of 100 million in 2012 to about 75 million today. Media executives are now planning for a world where that figure falls to between 50 million and 60 million in five years. Netflix’s market capitalization in Jan. 2011 was $11.5 billion. Today, it’s more than $220 billion. Pandemic quarantines have jump-started Netflix’s return to positive cash flow. With production stalled amid coronavirus shutdowns and people around the world stuck at home, Netflix added 36.57 million subscribers in 2020 while spending less money on content than usual. Last year, Netflix reported positive quarterly free cash flow for three consecutive quarters for the first time since 2014. The acceleration in subscribers and subsequent movement of all media companies toward streaming has given CEOs Reed Hastings and Ted Sarandos confidence that Netflix will be able to limit churn and start consistently making money. Netflix investor narrative The unknown question is how investors will respond to the change in Netflix’s narrative. While operating a sustainable business without the need for outside debt and share buybacks is “Business 101,” Netflix’s stock has risen as investors have increasingly come to the conclusion that Netflix would make good on that promise. “We intend to be a much larger and much more profitable self-funding company over time,” Hastings said during Netflix’s 2019 first-quarter earnings conference call. “That is the path we’re on. As we talked about in the letter, we’re committed to improve our cash flow profile meaningfully, starting in 2020 and then each year thereafter.” As Netflix’s days of cash burn are behind it, it’s possible Netflix may need a new Wall Street narrative to convince investors its future growth story is worthy of the company’s lofty valuation. Perhaps that new narrative will be the complete toppling of pay-TV with a Netflix-centered bundle of streaming services. The entire entertainment industry has reorganized to prepare for such an occurrence with each major media company developing its own streaming service in the past year or so. But it’s also possible rising competition from Disney, Apple, WarnerMedia and others may stagnate Netflix’s subscriber growth. Investors could punish Netflix for share buybacks instead of using it for more content. Activist investor Daniel Loeb has pushed Disney to eliminate its dividend to focus more on new original programming. If Netflix is choosing to use excess cash for buybacks, it may be because Hastings and Sarandos think the company’s status -- and ability to raise prices in the future -- is so strong that they can start to transition the company into a new, more mature phase without seeing a subsequent loss in value. Netflix earnings submitted by /u/OceanBlue85 [link] [comments]
2021-01-20

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2021-01-21

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2020-12-23 21:15:43
[Serious] Is $BB replacing $NIO, $NKLA, and $HTZGQ as the Meme Stock of 2021?
After the recent huge spike in $BB, I'm looking at the facts: Small amount of positive news (Huawei and Facebook and Amazon) Minimal fundamentals to back up the news Huge PR spin to bolster the news into a much bigger deal than the numbers convey (click on "News" to see all the stories about "Is this going to be the next big thing") This is reminding me of those other "wonderful" companies from 2020 that did the same things. Yes, they seem to have a huge breakthrough just about to happen. Yes, they actually have an announcement or two. Yes, people have gotten excited and rushed in. But in nearly each case, the talk fizzled out and investors were left holding bags (hmm, yet to see what happens long term with NIO, but the rest still holds). Now I'm wondering if $BB is following in these footsteps. The price jumps seem so OTT in comparison to what they've actually announced. Nearly 100% in a week, 52 week highs, highs not seen for 2.5 years?! What do others think about this? Is this just irrational exuberance by the market, or Pumpers, or Robinhooders looking for the next rocket to the moon? Or, do they really have something amazing buried underneath all the hype, and if so, what is it (with numbers, not just talk)? submitted by /u/djh_van [link] [comments]
REPL 2021-01-21 03:34:09
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Replimune (REPL) Presents At 39th Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference - Slideshow
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2020-12-23 21:15:43
Breaking News Concerning Senseonics $SENS
I know a lot of good DD and catalysts have already been released concerning SENS, but I was digging through some academic studies and found some very interesting information concerning Senseonic’s Eversence CGM and its relevance in relation to the industry standard, Dexcom's G6 CGM. The 2 studies I will be comparing are A Prospective Multicenter Evaluation of the Accuracy of a Novel Implanted Continuous Glucose Sensor: PRECISE II (Sen’s CGM - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29381090/) & Accuracy of a Factory-Calibrated, Real-Time Continuous Glucose Monitoring System During 10 Days of Use in Youth and Adults with Diabetes (Dex’s CGM - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29901421/) According to these studies, the 90-day survival rate of Sen’s CGM (the FDA approved shelf life before replacement) is 91%, compared to Dex’s 10-day survival rate of 87%. Not only does this give Sen’s product a 9x greater shelf life, but it also gives Sen’s product a 4% greater survival rate at the end of their respective shelf lives. This is pretty significant when patients depend on these products with their lives, and I have yet to see this information come to many people’s attention. Furthermore, the studies evaluate the MARD (mean absolute relative difference) between both CGMs and reference blood glucose levels (a lower % means the reading is more accurate when compared to a reference statistic). Sen’s CGM observed an 8.8% MARD between its measurements while Dex’s CGM observed a 9.9% & 10.1% MARD. This means that not only does Sen’s CGM have a longer shelf life and higher survival rate at the end of that shelf life, but it also has greater efficacy and accuracy throughout its usage when compared to the industry standard. This all comes at a time when Senseonics is proving its merit as a mainstream alternative to Dex’s CGM. Senseonics has already achieved FDA approval for their system (https://www.healio.com/news/endocrinology/20190607/fda-approves-nonadjunctive-indication-for-eversense-cgm), they’ve simultaneously wiped their debt and sold 40 million shares to institutional buyers (which won’t dilute stock price since this was through a registered direct offering - https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210117005052/en/Senseonics-Holdings-Announces-50.0-Million-Registered-Direct-Offering-of-Common-Stock), they’ve recently been granted more backing by major insurance agencies (https://www.bizjournals.com/washington/news/2021/01/20/senseonics-adds-insurer-initiates-50m-offering.html), and they’re already on track to provide a CGM with a 180-day shelf life (2x the current shelf life, 18x Dex’s current CGM’s shelf life) with half the calibration frequency required. (https://www.senseonics.com/investor-relations/news-releases/2020/10-05-2020-123008373). Even after the recent surge in stock price, Sen’s is only trading at 1/60th of Dex’s market cap (650 million to 35 billion) and still has a massive amount of room to grow. Also, for those not convinced on the big player backing note: over 75% of outstanding shares are owned by insiders (>55% per SEC form 3,4, & 5 https://fintel.io/n/us/sens) and institutions (>20% - https://www.nasdaq.com/market-activity/stocks/sens/institutional-holdings). Furthermore, these institutions have slowly been increasing their positions throughout stock dips (https://fintel.io/so/us/sens) In my opinion, the prospects for this company continue to increase over time, and I think it has major potential to grow not only because of the disruptive and innovative technology the company provides but also because it's a very easy company for shareholders to understand and gain interest in given how prevalent and widespread Type I & Type II diabetes are (Over 10% of the US population https://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/pdfs/data/statistics/national-diabetes-statistics-report.pdf & growing in prevalence by over 10% per decade https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5278808/#:~:text=The%20prevalence%20of%20diabetes%20(type,to%20more%20than%20%24622%20billion) I personally see this company continue to experience massive short & term growth and have especial confidence concerning its short term growth due to its strong consolidation after the recent run-up. I would love to know what everyone else thinks about the company or if there's anything else someone wants to add. submitted by /u/tummbacoco [link] [comments]
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2021-01-22

REPL 2021-01-22 00:51:32
2020-12-23 21:15:43
Complete $PLTR DD ahead of Demo Day (Including Valuation)
Company Overview Palantir technologies is an American software company founded in 2003 and headquartered in Colorado that specializes in big data analytics. They started building software for the intelligence community in the US to assist in counterterrorism investigations by helping them identify patterns hidden deep within large datasets. Later they realized that similarly to the intelligence community, commercial institutions did not have the most effective tools to manage and make sense of the data involved in large projects. Palantir has now developed two principal software platforms, Palantir Gotham which serves primarily the intelligence community, and Palantir Foundry for commercial purposes. Palantir went public on September 30, 2020 through a direct public offering. The company opened for trading at $10 a share, giving it an initial valuation of about $22B. As of the date of this publishing, Palantir stock is trading at $25.98, with a Market Cap of $44.26B, and 52-w high of $33.50. Understanding the Business Value Proposition Institutions often rely on various single-purpose software solutions which support the specific workflows of their operations such as customer relationship management and financial planning. Each new software creates a new silo within an already fragmented data landscape. When it comes to making operational decisions, institutions are left spending significant time and resources to unify their data. By the time the question is answered, the underlying data may be stale. A central operating system for data Palantir’s software allows institutions to reorganize the various independent data systems that support their operations into a unified data asset which facilitates advanced data analysis, knowledge management, and collaboration. Augmenting existing data systems, not displacing At a large manufacturer, Palantir does not build machine production ERP software, instead, Palantir’s software connects their production ERP data with other relevant systems. By integrating existing solutions into our central operating system, organizations can choose to maintain key historic investments without having to rebuild their entire data infrastructure. Making data actionable Gotham and Foundry enable their users to put data in context, using language that people understand. They transform data into objects that make sense to everyone in an organization. Data is represented not as cells in a spreadsheet, or exports from a single system, but as entities, events, relationships, consequences, and decisions. Their ontology management systems allow organizations to create their own description of the world, starting from a set of basic components: objects (such as people or events), properties (attributes), and relationships that tie objects together. Understand the history of data and decisions Palantir’s software tracks each piece of data in the system to its source and records all changes that have been made to a dataset or data object. Users can distinguish between data derived from a source system or data created by another user, and if a dataset has been updated/modified, the user can also identify the fact that the data was updated, the action, and the logic used to perform the update. This allows users to easily explain where the data, logic, and decisions originate. Enable users to work together even in the most complex circumstances The versioning and branching capabilities of their software enables thousands of users across departments and organizations to work on the same datasets, and actively collaborate on new models and analysis. Users can safely branch a view or a dataset into an isolated sandbox where the user is able to build or experiment as they wish and may merge successful experiments back into the main dataset. Each version of a dataset is saved so that it remains protected and available for concurrent access. Enforce rigorous and reliable data protection Palantir’s software was designed to embrace the complexity of security clearances, institutional boundaries, and varying data sensitivity levels. Organizations are able to secure each piece of information and define the privileges users require to perform a specific action on a specific resource. The central authorization system creates an audit trial of user activity which allows oversight officials to monitor behavior, identify potential violations, and investigate anomalies. AI/ML and operational change through data-driven decisions Their software infrastructure also enables organizations to combine simple math, third-party black box models, and machine trained models of the different components of their businesses in a graph made up of nodes (for example, each node can be a manufacturing unit and distribution site in a supply chain) where each model can describe the properties of a node, resulting in an interactive digital simulation of an entire supply chain. The AI/ML interface surfaces critical information about models, including plots, validation statistics, model stages, parameters and metadata. Revenue Streams Palantir’s revenue streams consists of their two main software, Gotham which was designed primarily for the defense and intelligence sectors, and Foundry for the commercial sector. However, the platforms are not exclusive to either sector, for example, Gotham is also offered to commercial customers in the financial services industry. The two platforms can either be used separately or bundled together as a single ecosystem. Currently, revenue is more or less evenly split between the government and commercial sector. It is important to note that for the government sector Palantir has to participate through a procurement process against other contractors who also sell custom tools. Gotham Its main tools include: Graph – a whiteboard like interface for users to explore, visualize, and interact with entities, their properties and their networks. Users can create or edit data in the graph and resolve duplicate objects to ensure robust data quality. Gaia – lets users plan, execute, and report on operations via a shared live map. Live maps track real-time data and users drag and drop objects from other Gotham applications directly into Gaia. Dossier – is a live collaboration document editor to share analysis and discover intelligence. Users can collaborate across teams and organizations to create a living, interactive, and up-to-date document. Video – an application designed to interact with both streaming and historical video data. Users can review video footage in the platform as well as enhance raw footage with geospatial information and overlays based on other data sources. Ava – an AI system which scans billions of data points in order to proactively assist investigations by alerting users to new, hard-to-find potential connections. Mobile – brings Gotham into the field via mobile devices to provide support to real-time, distributed operations. Foundry Monocle – enables users to understand data lineage using a graphical interface. Users can explore upstream dependencies or downstream consumers of data, as well as trace logic for a dataset back to its source. Contour – enables top down exploration of large-scale data. Users may filter, join, and visualize datasets to answer analytical questions and publish the results as a report or new dataset that will automatically update with the underlying datasets. Object Explorer – allows users to interact with data represented as objects – like customers, equipment, or plants – rather than rows in a table. Fusion – Foundry’s spreadsheet environment. Reports – allows users to publish their work from other applications in a document that dynamically updates as the underlying data changes. I strongly suggest watching Palantir’s demo day on January 26 to gain a better understanding of the tools provided by both software. Palantir’s Software Example Use Cases Humanitarian workers plan disaster relief missions following a natural disaster. Investigators receive alerts about open cases when new data about a suspect enters any system. Automotive plant engineers detect defects at their station while vehicles are still on assembly line. District attorney map out complex criminal networks in order to decide where to focus resources. Scientists use a unified view of cancer patients to personalize care. Industry Market Size As of Q3 2020 Palantir had 132 customers across 36 industries around the world. Currently, according to Palantir’s own estimates the Total Addressable Market (TAM) for their software across the commercial and government sectors around the world is approximately $119B. The TAM for the government sector is $63B and for the commercial sector $56B. Within the government TAM, $37B is international and $26B is domestic. According to Statista’s market forecast revenue in the software market is expected to grow at an annual growth rate of 7.4% between 2021 and 2025. Industry Fundamentals Embrace digital transformation or risk getting disrupted It has become evident that companies which embrace digital transformation persist, while businesses that fail to transform or transform too late will disappear. According to a Harvard Business Review report digital disruption extinguished 52% of Fortune 500 companies between 2000 and 2017. We have repeatedly seen that pathbreaking institutions that use data to transform their core operations are the ones that win. Buy or Build Institutions often resort to the default approach of attempting to build a custom solution themselves. However, according to a recent report by The Standish Group, of 50,000 custom software projects from more than a 1,000 organizations, only 23% that were started from scratch were completed on time and on budget, while 56% of all projects were either overdue or over budget. Additionally, only 12% of organization-wide digital transformation projects were considered successful. Additionally, according to the NewVantage Partners 2020 Big Data and AI Executive Survey, business adoption of Big Data continues to be a struggle, with 73.4% of firms citing this as an ongoing challenge. Palantir provides the example of a U.S. Military department which spent more than $1 billion building an enterprise resource planning system from scratch. The system was never delivered, and the project was terminated. Crisis & Instability A survey from AppDynamics reports that 71% of IT professionals said COVID-19 has caused their businesses to implement digital transformation projects within weeks rather than the typical months or years, and 65% of respondents said they implemented digital transformation projects during the pandemic that had been previously dismissed. Competitive Landscape & Risks Competition Palantir’s main competitors include: Internal software development – At first, organizations frequently attempt to build their own data platforms with the help of consultants, IT services companies, packaged and open-source software, and sizable internal IT resources. And two software companies with very similar business models: Alteryx – founded 23 years ago and based in California, Alteryx is a public company with FY 2019 revenues of $418M and more than 1,290 employees. Alteryx is focused on providing solutions to the commercial sector and as of 2019 they had approximately 6,100 customers in more than 90 countries. Amongst their main customers are Chevron Corporation, Federal National Mortgage Association, Nasdaq Inc, Netflix, salesforce.com, Toyota, Twitter, and Uber Technologies. Semantic AI – is a privately-held software firm based in California, Semantic AI was founded in 2001 and after 9/11 it was used as “platform by choice” by the intelligence community. Similar to Palantir, they have gained significant adoption in the Defense and Law Enforcement communities and have recently launched their enterprise intelligence platform. Competitive Strategy Customer acquisition Palantir’s customer acquisition strategy targets large-scale, hard-to-execute opportunities at large government and commercial institutions. The high installation costs, high failure risks, complexity of data environments, and the long sales cycle associated with these opportunities raise the barriers to entry for competition. Additionally, in the first phase of Palantir’s customer acquisition strategy, they provide minimal risk to their customers through short-term pilot deployments of their software at no or low cost to them. As the customer increases the usage of the platform across its operations, Palantir’s revenue and margins grow significantly. Software engineers on the front line In order to fully address the most complex challenges of their customers, Palantir sends their Forward Deployed Engineers (FDEs), in order to experience and understand the problem firsthand. By working alongside their customers, FDEs gain a deep understanding of their needs, how and why they make decisions, and how they calculate trade-offs. Leverage experience in both private and public sector To the commercial sector, Palantir offers software which was designed to be secure enough to handle national secrets and stable enough to support soldiers’ wartime decisions. To the government sector, they offer software which incorporates and reflects Palantir’s experience of working across 36 industries and years spent in the field. Palantir’s strategic relationships last for years By the end of 2019, Palantir’s top 20 customers had an average relationship of 6.6 years. Palantir has chosen sides Their software is exclusively available to the United States and its allies in Europe and around the world. Growth Strategy Become the industry default Palantir’s current and potential customers are some of the largest enterprise in the world. They intend to broaden the platform’s reach through partnerships that establish their platforms as the central operating system for entire industries. This model has been successfully implemented in the aviation industry where, through its partnership with Airbus, work with more than a 100 airlines and 15 airline suppliers. Continue to grow their direct sales force Palantir’s decision to grow their sales force in recent years has resulted in a number of significant new customers, including Fortune 100 companies as well as a number of leading government agencies in the U.S. and other countries. Increase their reach with existing customers To drive revenue growth at an account, Palantir uses a number of sales and marketing strategies which include: Creating partnerships to extend the platform beyond the customer’s four walls into the operations of their partners and suppliers Selling additional productized cross-industry software capabilities Selling strategic implementations of Palantir’s software against specific use cases For Q3 2020 Palantir’s average revenue per customer had increased 38% compared to the same period last year. Become the default operating system for the U.S. government Palantir’s software has been tested and improved over years of use across industries and various government agencies in the U.S. who have been able to deploy Palantir’s platforms rapidly with minor configurations. Palantir already works with government agencies such as the U.S. Army, Navy, and Airforce, CDC, Department of Homeland Security, FDA, and SEC. New methods of customer acquisition and partnership As Palantir considers growing into new markets outside the U.S., they may consider entering into partnerships with strategic organizations that operate in their target market. For example, in Japan they launched a partnership with SOMPO Holdings, Inc.. one of the largest insurance companies in the country, to help grow their commercial and government business in the Japanese market. Moats R&D expenditure Since 2008 and up to 2019, they have invested a total of $1.5B in research and development. Network effects Every data source that is integrated to the system, and every action taken by a developer, data scientist, or operational user, is made accessible to all other users at the institution. At a financial services customer, network effects enabled Palantir’s software to scale from a single use case to more than 70 workstreams across compliance, front office, risk, and internal audit desks. Each new application was built on a shared foundation of integrated systems, user groups, and existing applications. Additionally, each customer on their platform generates network effects. Palantir can leverage the knowledge acquired and capabilities developed for a customer within a specific industry and incorporate it into the platform for the benefit of all customers across industries. For example, capabilities of Palantir’s platform that were originally developed to help optimize production of crude oil, has been adapted by manufacturers of medical equipment to optimize supply chains. In addition to supporting individual institutions, Palantir’s platforms have the capacity to become the central operating system for entire industries and sectors. Regulation Section 2377 of the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act (“FASA”) requires the U.S. government to first consider readily available commercial items before pursuing acquisition of custom developed items. Palantir’s software is a commercial item within the meaning of the law. A custom government solution built by a consulting company, is not. In 2016, Palantir won a lawsuit against the Army, challenging its decision to pursue a software development contract for the replacement of its battlefield intelligence system. In 2018, the ruling was upheld, and the US Court of Appeals ordered the Army to consider existing commercially available products. After testing real products, the Army selected Palantir’s software to deploy tactical units across the force. Other Relevant Risks Privacy and civil liberties Palantir is not in the business of collecting, mining, or selling data. They build software platforms that enable customers to integrate their own data – data they already have. Palantir claims to be committed to ensuring their software is effective as possible while preserving individuals’ fundamental rights to privacy and civil liberties. Customer concentration For the 9 months ended September 2020, Palantir’s top 3 customers accounted for 27% of their revenue. Financial Summary Proforma Balance Sheet https://postimg.cc/ykzC91FN Income Statement https://postimg.cc/yD1qQLp4 Palantir’s revenue has had a CAGR of 68.8% since inception, and 27.6% for the last three years. For the 9 months ended September 2020 compared to the same period last year: Revenue of the government sector increased by $177M (73%), of the increase 84% was from existing customers. Revenue of the commercial sector increased by $80M (30%). COGS, Sales and Marketing, R&D, and SG&A expense increases consist primarily of an increase in stock-based compensation expense primarily due to recognition of cumulative stock-based compensation expense upon the Direct Listing related to the company’s restricted stock units. The increase was partially offset by a decrease in traveling expense related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Palantir uses a Contribution Margin as a key business metric to evaluate their financial performance, which has improved consistently over the last 4 quarters. In short, by achieving a higher contribution margin, the increase in revenue required for Palantir to break-even is smaller. Proforma Cashflow Statement https://postimg.cc/64CsSgNw For the 9 months ended September 2020: Net cash provided by financing activities consist primarily of proceeds from the issuance of common stock Investment Decision Valuation Results https://postimg.cc/kBF3v0cv The result of my Valuation Model indicate a Value of Equity per share of $28.38 Mayor assumptions of the valuation model include: By 2031, Palantir will gain 6% Market Share of a $119B market that grows 7.4% annually. This implies Palantir’s revenue will grow at a CAGR of 30% for 10 years. Palantir will achieve US GAAP operating margins of 23% by 2031. Terminal year growth rate of 5% and WACC of 7.5% after reaching a Beta of 1.0. Risk free rate of 2.5% and Equity Risk Premium of 5.5% Follow the link to view the valuation model, it include references to all assumptions. Please feel free to download it, play with it, and share your conclusions. Investment Decision I believe that at its current price PLTR is a buy opportunity for the following reasons: The model’s revenue and margin growth assumptions are achievable and likely to be exceeded if PLTR successfully executes their growth strategies. The industry is driven by strong fundamentals, organizations that do not embrace digital transformation and big data will cease to exist. Even though Palantir’s moat is currently narrow, it could expand significantly if they are successful in establishing their software as a central operating system for various industries. submitted by /u/italiansomali [link] [comments]
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2020-12-23 21:15:43
Complete PLTR DD ahead of Demo Day (Valuation Included)
Company Overview Palantir technologies is an American software company founded in 2003 and headquartered in Colorado that specializes in big data analytics. They started building software for the intelligence community in the US to assist in counterterrorism investigations by helping them identify patterns hidden deep within large datasets. Later they realized that similarly to the intelligence community, commercial institutions did not have the most effective tools to manage and make sense of the data involved in large projects. Palantir has now developed two principal software platforms, Palantir Gotham which serves primarily the intelligence community, and Palantir Foundry for commercial purposes. Palantir went public on September 30, 2020 through a direct public offering. The company opened for trading at $10 a share, giving it an initial valuation of about $22B. As of the date of this publishing, Palantir stock is trading at $25.98, with a Market Cap of $44.26B, and 52-w high of $33.50. Understanding the Business Value Proposition Institutions often rely on various single-purpose software solutions which support the specific workflows of their operations such as customer relationship management and financial planning. Each new software creates a new silo within an already fragmented data landscape. When it comes to making operational decisions, institutions are left spending significant time and resources to unify their data. By the time the question is answered, the underlying data may be stale. A central operating system for data Palantir’s software allows institutions to reorganize the various independent data systems that support their operations into a unified data asset which facilitates advanced data analysis, knowledge management, and collaboration. Augmenting existing data systems, not displacing At a large manufacturer, Palantir does not build machine production ERP software, instead, Palantir’s software connects their production ERP data with other relevant systems. By integrating existing solutions into our central operating system, organizations can choose to maintain key historic investments without having to rebuild their entire data infrastructure. Making data actionable Gotham and Foundry enable their users to put data in context, using language that people understand. They transform data into objects that make sense to everyone in an organization. Data is represented not as cells in a spreadsheet, or exports from a single system, but as entities, events, relationships, consequences, and decisions. Their ontology management systems allow organizations to create their own description of the world, starting from a set of basic components: objects (such as people or events), properties (attributes), and relationships that tie objects together. Understand the history of data and decisions Palantir’s software tracks each piece of data in the system to its source and records all changes that have been made to a dataset or data object. Users can distinguish between data derived from a source system or data created by another user, and if a dataset has been updated/modified, the user can also identify the fact that the data was updated, the action, and the logic used to perform the update. This allows users to easily explain where the data, logic, and decisions originate. Enable users to work together even in the most complex circumstances The versioning and branching capabilities of their software enables thousands of users across departments and organizations to work on the same datasets, and actively collaborate on new models and analysis. Users can safely branch a view or a dataset into an isolated sandbox where the user is able to build or experiment as they wish and may merge successful experiments back into the main dataset. Each version of a dataset is saved so that it remains protected and available for concurrent access. Enforce rigorous and reliable data protection Palantir’s software was designed to embrace the complexity of security clearances, institutional boundaries, and varying data sensitivity levels. Organizations are able to secure each piece of information and define the privileges users require to perform a specific action on a specific resource. The central authorization system creates an audit trial of user activity which allows oversight officials to monitor behavior, identify potential violations, and investigate anomalies. AI/ML and operational change through data-driven decisions Their software infrastructure also enables organizations to combine simple math, third-party black box models, and machine trained models of the different components of their businesses in a graph made up of nodes (for example, each node can be a manufacturing unit and distribution site in a supply chain) where each model can describe the properties of a node, resulting in an interactive digital simulation of an entire supply chain. The AI/ML interface surfaces critical information about models, including plots, validation statistics, model stages, parameters and metadata. Revenue Streams Palantir’s revenue streams consists of their two main software, Gotham which was designed primarily for the defense and intelligence sectors, and Foundry for the commercial sector. However, the platforms are not exclusive to either sector, for example, Gotham is also offered to commercial customers in the financial services industry. The two platforms can either be used separately or bundled together as a single ecosystem. Currently, revenue is more or less evenly split between the government and commercial sector. It is important to note that for the government sector Palantir has to participate through a procurement process against other contractors who also sell custom tools. Gotham Its main tools include: Graph – a whiteboard like interface for users to explore, visualize, and interact with entities, their properties and their networks. Users can create or edit data in the graph and resolve duplicate objects to ensure robust data quality. Gaia – lets users plan, execute, and report on operations via a shared live map. Live maps track real-time data and users drag and drop objects from other Gotham applications directly into Gaia. Dossier – is a live collaboration document editor to share analysis and discover intelligence. Users can collaborate across teams and organizations to create a living, interactive, and up-to-date document. Video – an application designed to interact with both streaming and historical video data. Users can review video footage in the platform as well as enhance raw footage with geospatial information and overlays based on other data sources. Ava – an AI system which scans billions of data points in order to proactively assist investigations by alerting users to new, hard-to-find potential connections. Mobile – brings Gotham into the field via mobile devices to provide support to real-time, distributed operations. Foundry Monocle – enables users to understand data lineage using a graphical interface. Users can explore upstream dependencies or downstream consumers of data, as well as trace logic for a dataset back to its source. Contour – enables top down exploration of large-scale data. Users may filter, join, and visualize datasets to answer analytical questions and publish the results as a report or new dataset that will automatically update with the underlying datasets. Object Explorer – allows users to interact with data represented as objects – like customers, equipment, or plants – rather than rows in a table. Fusion – Foundry’s spreadsheet environment. Reports – allows users to publish their work from other applications in a document that dynamically updates as the underlying data changes. I strongly suggest watching Palantir’s demo day on January 26 to gain a better understanding of the tools provided by both software. Palantir’s Software Example Use Cases Humanitarian workers plan disaster relief missions following a natural disaster. Investigators receive alerts about open cases when new data about a suspect enters any system. Automotive plant engineers detect defects at their station while vehicles are still on assembly line. District attorney map out complex criminal networks in order to decide where to focus resources. Scientists use a unified view of cancer patients to personalize care. Industry Market Size As of Q3 2020 Palantir had 132 customers across 36 industries around the world. Currently, according to Palantir’s own estimates the Total Addressable Market (TAM) for their software across the commercial and government sectors around the world is approximately $119B. The TAM for the government sector is $63B and for the commercial sector $56B. Within the government TAM, $37B is international and $26B is domestic. According to Statista’s market forecast revenue in the software market is expected to grow at an annual growth rate of 7.4% between 2021 and 2025. Industry Fundamentals Embrace digital transformation or risk getting disrupted It has become evident that companies which embrace digital transformation persist, while businesses that fail to transform or transform too late will disappear. According to a Harvard Business Review report digital disruption extinguished 52% of Fortune 500 companies between 2000 and 2017. We have repeatedly seen that pathbreaking institutions that use data to transform their core operations are the ones that win. Buy or Build Institutions often resort to the default approach of attempting to build a custom solution themselves. However, according to a recent report by The Standish Group, of 50,000 custom software projects from more than a 1,000 organizations, only 23% that were started from scratch were completed on time and on budget, while 56% of all projects were either overdue or over budget. Additionally, only 12% of organization-wide digital transformation projects were considered successful. Additionally, according to the NewVantage Partners 2020 Big Data and AI Executive Survey, business adoption of Big Data continues to be a struggle, with 73.4% of firms citing this as an ongoing challenge. Palantir provides the example of a U.S. Military department which spent more than $1 billion building an enterprise resource planning system from scratch. The system was never delivered, and the project was terminated. Crisis & Instability A survey from AppDynamics reports that 71% of IT professionals said COVID-19 has caused their businesses to implement digital transformation projects within weeks rather than the typical months or years, and 65% of respondents said they implemented digital transformation projects during the pandemic that had been previously dismissed. Competitive Landscape & Risks Competition Palantir’s main competitors include: Internal software development – At first, organizations frequently attempt to build their own data platforms with the help of consultants, IT services companies, packaged and open-source software, and sizable internal IT resources. And two software companies with very similar business models: Alteryx – founded 23 years ago and based in California, Alteryx is a public company with FY 2019 revenues of $418M and more than 1,290 employees. Alteryx is focused on providing solutions to the commercial sector and as of 2019 they had approximately 6,100 customers in more than 90 countries. Amongst their main customers are Chevron Corporation, Federal National Mortgage Association, Nasdaq Inc, Netflix, salesforce.com, Toyota, Twitter, and Uber Technologies. Semantic AI – is a privately-held software firm based in California, Semantic AI was founded in 2001 and after 9/11 it was used as “platform by choice” by the intelligence community. Similar to Palantir, they have gained significant adoption in the Defense and Law Enforcement communities and have recently launched their enterprise intelligence platform. Competitive Strategy Customer acquisition Palantir’s customer acquisition strategy targets large-scale, hard-to-execute opportunities at large government and commercial institutions. The high installation costs, high failure risks, complexity of data environments, and the long sales cycle associated with these opportunities raise the barriers to entry for competition. Additionally, in the first phase of Palantir’s customer acquisition strategy, they provide minimal risk to their customers through short-term pilot deployments of their software at no or low cost to them. As the customer increases the usage of the platform across its operations, Palantir’s revenue and margins grow significantly. Software engineers on the front line In order to fully address the most complex challenges of their customers, Palantir sends their Forward Deployed Engineers (FDEs), in order to experience and understand the problem firsthand. By working alongside their customers, FDEs gain a deep understanding of their needs, how and why they make decisions, and how they calculate trade-offs. Leverage experience in both private and public sector To the commercial sector, Palantir offers software which was designed to be secure enough to handle national secrets and stable enough to support soldiers’ wartime decisions. To the government sector, they offer software which incorporates and reflects Palantir’s experience of working across 36 industries and years spent in the field. Palantir’s strategic relationships last for years By the end of 2019, Palantir’s top 20 customers had an average relationship of 6.6 years. Palantir has chosen sides Their software is exclusively available to the United States and its allies in Europe and around the world. Growth Strategy Become the industry default Palantir’s current and potential customers are some of the largest enterprise in the world. They intend to broaden the platform’s reach through partnerships that establish their platforms as the central operating system for entire industries. This model has been successfully implemented in the aviation industry where, through its partnership with Airbus, work with more than a 100 airlines and 15 airline suppliers. Continue to grow their direct sales force Palantir’s decision to grow their sales force in recent years has resulted in a number of significant new customers, including Fortune 100 companies as well as a number of leading government agencies in the U.S. and other countries. Increase their reach with existing customers To drive revenue growth at an account, Palantir uses a number of sales and marketing strategies which include: Creating partnerships to extend the platform beyond the customer’s four walls into the operations of their partners and suppliers Selling additional productized cross-industry software capabilities Selling strategic implementations of Palantir’s software against specific use cases For Q3 2020 Palantir’s average revenue per customer had increased 38% compared to the same period last year. Become the default operating system for the U.S. government Palantir’s software has been tested and improved over years of use across industries and various government agencies in the U.S. who have been able to deploy Palantir’s platforms rapidly with minor configurations. Palantir already works with government agencies such as the U.S. Army, Navy, and Airforce, CDC, Department of Homeland Security, FDA, and SEC. New methods of customer acquisition and partnership As Palantir considers growing into new markets outside the U.S., they may consider entering into partnerships with strategic organizations that operate in their target market. For example, in Japan they launched a partnership with SOMPO Holdings, Inc.. one of the largest insurance companies in the country, to help grow their commercial and government business in the Japanese market. Moats R&D expenditure Since 2008 and up to 2019, they have invested a total of $1.5B in research and development. Network effects Every data source that is integrated to the system, and every action taken by a developer, data scientist, or operational user, is made accessible to all other users at the institution. At a financial services customer, network effects enabled Palantir’s software to scale from a single use case to more than 70 workstreams across compliance, front office, risk, and internal audit desks. Each new application was built on a shared foundation of integrated systems, user groups, and existing applications. Additionally, each customer on their platform generates network effects. Palantir can leverage the knowledge acquired and capabilities developed for a customer within a specific industry and incorporate it into the platform for the benefit of all customers across industries. For example, capabilities of Palantir’s platform that were originally developed to help optimize production of crude oil, has been adapted by manufacturers of medical equipment to optimize supply chains. In addition to supporting individual institutions, Palantir’s platforms have the capacity to become the central operating system for entire industries and sectors. Regulation Section 2377 of the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act (“FASA”) requires the U.S. government to first consider readily available commercial items before pursuing acquisition of custom developed items. Palantir’s software is a commercial item within the meaning of the law. A custom government solution built by a consulting company, is not. In 2016, Palantir won a lawsuit against the Army, challenging its decision to pursue a software development contract for the replacement of its battlefield intelligence system. In 2018, the ruling was upheld, and the US Court of Appeals ordered the Army to consider existing commercially available products. After testing real products, the Army selected Palantir’s software to deploy tactical units across the force. Other Relevant Risks Privacy and civil liberties Palantir is not in the business of collecting, mining, or selling data. They build software platforms that enable customers to integrate their own data – data they already have. Palantir claims to be committed to ensuring their software is effective as possible while preserving individuals’ fundamental rights to privacy and civil liberties. Customer concentration For the 9 months ended September 2020, Palantir’s top 3 customers accounted for 27% of their revenue. Financial Summary Proforma Balance Sheet https://postimg.cc/ykzC91FN Income Statement https://postimg.cc/yD1qQLp4 Palantir’s revenue has had a CAGR of 68.8% since inception, and 27.6% for the last three years. For the 9 months ended September 2020 compared to the same period last year: Revenue of the government sector increased by $177M (73%), of the increase 84% was from existing customers. Revenue of the commercial sector increased by $80M (30%). COGS, Sales and Marketing, R&D, and SG&A expense increases consist primarily of an increase in stock-based compensation expense primarily due to recognition of cumulative stock-based compensation expense upon the Direct Listing related to the company’s restricted stock units. The increase was partially offset by a decrease in traveling expense related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Palantir uses a Contribution Margin as a key business metric to evaluate their financial performance, which has improved consistently over the last 4 quarters. In short, by achieving a higher contribution margin, the increase in revenue required for Palantir to break-even is smaller. Proforma Cashflow Statement https://postimg.cc/64CsSgNw For the 9 months ended September 2020: Net cash provided by financing activities consist primarily of proceeds from the issuance of common stock Investment Decision Valuation Results https://postimg.cc/kBF3v0cv The result of my Valuation Model indicate a Value of Equity per share of $28.38 Mayor assumptions of the valuation model include: By 2031, Palantir will gain 6% Market Share of a $119B market that grows 7.4% annually. This implies Palantir’s revenue will grow at a CAGR of 30% for 10 years. Palantir will achieve US GAAP operating margins of 23% by 2031. Terminal year growth rate of 5% and WACC of 7.5% after reaching a Beta of 1.0. Risk free rate of 2.5% and Equity Risk Premium of 5.5% Follow the link to view the valuation model, it include references to all assumptions. Please feel free to download it, play with it, and share your conclusions. Investment Decision I believe that at its current price PLTR is a buy opportunity for the following reasons: The model’s revenue and margin growth assumptions are achievable and likely to be exceeded if PLTR successfully executes their growth strategies. The industry is driven by strong fundamentals, organizations that do not embrace digital transformation and big data will cease to exist. Even though Palantir’s moat is currently narrow, it could expand significantly if they are successful in establishing their software as a central operating system for various industries. submitted by /u/italiansomali [link] [comments]
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TLSA (Tiziana) MOTHER OF SHORT SQUEEZES
Yesterday 8 million shares of the total 23 million float were shorted at a price of $4-5 you can check this information here https://www.algowins.com/ The stock is working on a covid treatment that will work against all strains of the virus and it's having looks very promising results. I suggest you do your own research. I've posted about this stock a few weeks ago in the daily thread when it was at $2.5 (now at 4) based on the good news coming the trials. On it's own this is a $20 stock but now with the irrational amount of shorts added and small float we have a very explosive situation brewing that could send the stock to the moon. If results are positive and things go according to plan this could be a $50-$100 stock very quickly. Technical analysis side of things -in the past every time this stock rallied it was instantly sold down the same day. This time it has not and is forming a bull flag and that's after almost %50 of the stock has been shorted in one day. https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/TLSA/key-statistics?p=TLSA https://finviz.com/quote.ashx?t=TLSA Currently up 500% and looking for much more - be careful buying calls though as the liquidity is low. TL;DR This is basically the micro cap GME play but will be played out in a shorter time frame with riskier but higher gains! submitted by /u/TheReplyRedditNeeds [link] [comments]
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Stock Market News for Today | Intel [INTC], Tesla [TSLA] & Other Stock Market News [01-22]
Stocks have a mixed day as Biden has his first full day in office. Traditional energy stocks lose some ground as we continue to see a transition to Green Energy. Let’s talk about this and other stock market news! ~Long post~ Hello everyone and Good Morning! So, let’s start with the recap of yesterday, as we saw a mixed day, with the Nasdaq Composite leading the way, finishing .55% up and closing at a new all-time high just like the SP500 which barely finished the day in the green, while the Dow Jones industrial lost 12 points. We also saw the VIX continuing to drop, but at a lower rate, as it is testing the 21 levels yet again. Almost 60% of the companies were declining yesterday on below average volume, as the companies trading above the moving averages is still very high. Yesterday we also saw only 3 of the 11 sectors finish in the green with Tech leading the way up over 1%, while the biggest laggard by far was the Energy sector, dropping over 3% for the day, as Large-cap growth companies were the only ones to gain yesterday, while value plays lagged behind. Here is the HEAT MAP from yesterday. We can see Apple had a terrific day ahead of earnings, with most of the semis also joining in the rally, while the value heavy sectors like banks, materials and utilities joined Energy in underperforming for the day. Yesterday we also received the investor sentiment survey which revealed a further drop in bullish investors, which is music to my ears, as bearish investors saw another increase of 3%. I really hope we can get the bullish sentiment down under 38% so we can find better opportunities in the markets. We also received other economic data yesterday, as the jobless claims came in 26k below last week and in-line with expectations, while continuing claims were also down over 100k to 5.05M, as we also saw the Philly FED coming in way better than expected while the December Housing Starts also came in ahead of expectations with a 5.8% increase m/m, as it doesn’t seem the housing market will cool itself soon, it just wants to go higher & higher right now. And one last number that we saw yesterday was from Store Capital which announced rent collections for January standing at 91%, a 1% increase since December. This is better than I expected, as I thought they would start to have more problems, with more restriction & lockdowns happening in the cold season rather than improving the situation. Today we start the day off with the PMI reading and finish mostly with energy related economic data. In some other stock market news, we saw most of the solar stocks and the other green energy stocks pop yesterday after Biden signed the executive order to rejoin the climate accord and also signed a number of other orders focused on moving to a greener energy. I think this will remain a very investable theme in the next couple of years, especially if the Dems keep the control of the Congress in the next elections. This sector also contains Tesla which according to the most recent data saw a 63% increase y/y in vehicle registration in California, which is another good sign for the company, as they are working towards building into this high valuation, while others like Lucid Motors are still working into getting their first production car to the market. I think this highly flying stocks and IPOs should be taken with a lot of attention, yes, they are very interesting, but not all of them will make it to the other side (meaning the profit side), just like not all dot com companies made it. Invest wisely and diversify your portfolio to avoid significant risk. Yesterday we also saw Intel beat expectations, with a beat of 40 cents on earnings and a beat of $2.5B on revenues, but did not impress with anything else, as the guidance still disappointed investors. This was the last quarter for the outgoing CEO which will be replaced in the next weeks, in a try to reimagine Intel’s path forward. The company also increased their dividend by 5%, probably in an attempt to keep investors motivated to hold the stock. I think Intel might eventually catch-up to their competitors somewhat, but it will take a lot of spending and time. I think you are better off investing in others like Broadcom, AMD, Micron which seem to have a plan figured out already. So, let’s hope for a turnaround in the markets or hopefully we only see a small healthy correction as the Asia-Pacific markets fell overnight, with the US FUTURES also posting to a red open. 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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The Next Great Renewable Energy Firm
Previously I wrote about Enphase Energy 1 year ago and people doubted the investment opportunity https://www.reddit.com/r/stocks/comments/d6zsof/best_time_to_buy_enphase_energy_enph_is_now/ Back then, Enphase energy was trading at $32 and many people naysayers flooded my inbox. People looked at the P/E ratio and I had responses saying that it wouldn't hold. Well, look at where we are now; ENPH became an industry leader in microinverters for solar panel systems and is now trading at a 566% gain from when I posted that. Though I believe that there is still a long runway for ENPH and I do still have a position within it, I do believe that there is a potentially better investment moving forward. As we all know, the Biden administration will push and promote renewables and renewable infrastructure within the next 4 years. " He will launch a national effort aimed at creating the jobs we need to build a modern, sustainable infrastructure now and deliver an equitable clean energy future. " https://joebiden.com/clean-energy/ Though most of the market is now aware of solar companies and wind energy companies, there is a huge gap in focus of infrastructure. The next 4 years we will see a huge push and incentives for companies taking out age old infrastructure and replacing them with modern, ecofriendly, and more efficient systems to meet the rising demands of power. That's where American Superconductor AMSC comes in. This company specializes in MEGA-Watt scale power solutions that improve the performance of power grids., and electric utilities. As we know, there is increasing demand for Electric vehicles thanks to companies like Tesla as well as ramping up production of EVs from other car manufacturers. There will also be new wind as well as solar farms proping up in the very near future to meet the goals of switching to renewable energy and away from fossil fuels. In the near future, we're going to see a lot more charging stations, as well as more demand in infrastructure to deliver renewables energy into cities. Their main product, a high temperature superconductor (HTS) wire that will take up less space and transmit up to 10 times more power, allowing bulk transfer of transmission-level power at distribution voltages. We're going to need new infrastructure to scale up the demand for renewable energy. AMSC will be one of those companies that will rise in the coming months and years. ​ Currently, it's trading at $28 and is set to have earnings reports after hours on 2/3/21. Looking at their EPS reports, the company has increased revenue over every single quarter over the past year. (Similar to ENPH a year ago.) And is still unknown to the masses. Q1 2020 -0.24 Q2 2020 -0.15 Q3 2020 -.13 Q4 - 2/3/21 Looking at their past earnings, it's clear that this company is on track to have positive revenue within this year. Get in now before word breaks out! TLDR: Buy American Superconductor AMSC! submitted by /u/Leionart [link] [comments]
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Thoughts on $CLOV?
I know this stock has been talked about a bunch lately, but I’m curious if any of you guys work in Medicare or have any personal experience with Clover Health? I’m really bullish on it and I’m considering expanding it in my portfolio. The part that intrigues me the most is the Clover Assistant that collects data to give patients the most affordable options. Is it overhyped? How easily could this be replicated by other companies? submitted by /u/VeryTiredDad [link] [comments]
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@SakuraAlt1 @Sakuraa1x @PhxntomFX Why did u reply from ur alt
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@iloveminsi i'm sure as hell this person replied under the wrong twt or alt: they lack taste ✨
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RT @ARakieba: @shefali_bagga Ye log sirf Nikki ke SAVAGE andaaz se jalthe hai
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@Siva_Kartikeyan @actorsathish Whats ap statusnu ninachu reply panitaru pola....😂
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@philofthemoore Difficult to tell from the replays on here but looks like the VAR decided it hit the upper part of the arm, so deemed not handball as too high.
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RT @mute_link: was reminded of something while playing #OMORI :] (see reply for alt version 🥰)

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RT @connor6Soulja: If you wanna be lazy and still chat using emotes on mobile you can use this app instead its a good replacement :)
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@catcatcatcatnip I can only hope they're going to replace it with something """better""" but it breaks my heart not knowing because there is literally nothing else like this game. This game is proof of Nintendo (And Arika, shoutouts) magic but NOPE EXPIRATION DATE
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RT @ICC: A 50th Test half-century for Joe Root helps lead England's reply to a competitive first-innings total from Sri Lanka.

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RT @Vuzix: Vuzix Blade #AR Smart Glasses featured in @WSJ. You can learn more about the first knee-replacement surgery using Augmented Re…
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@RepLisaMcClain Also there’s this. $ADMP. https://t.co/eS00ungDst
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All ears for tips on removing an oven backplate with screws that aren't up for complying. They're stubbornly rusted and rounded and I need them out to replace an element or three... #oven #element #diy #homeimprovement #timallen
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RT @baeles2: @maria1908 @nkreplak @sanzio_rafa Autopista del Oeste, bajada en la Matanza. Seguro podés vender tu propiedad en CABA y con e…