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        Weekly Buzz: Investing in the stock market amidst the clamour of war

        At the end of this post, there is a chance for you to win points!

        Happy Monday, mooers! Welcome back to Weekly Buzz, where we review the news, performance, and community sentiment of the selected buzzing stocks on moomoo platform based on search and message volumes of last week! (Nano caps are excluded.)
        Weekly Buzz: Investing in the stock market amidst the clamour of war
        Part Ⅰ: Make Your Choices
        Part Ⅱ Buzzing Stocks List & Mooers Comments
        The Jones Index fell for the third consecutive week. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq ended last week in the green, up 0.8% and 1.1% respectively. Russell 2000 Index increased 0.64% last week. Here is the weekly buzzing stock list of last week:
        Weekly Buzz: Investing in the stock market amidst the clamour of war
        1. TSLA - Buzzing Stars: ⭐
        Analysts at Daiwa Securities adjusted Tesla from a "neutral" rating to a "hold" rating. Besides, more consumers might shift to electric vehicles with a potential fuel shortage. TSLA's stock decreased 5.50% to $809.870 for the week.
        •Mooers comment
        @Ben Choo :
        $Tesla(TSLA.US)$ you know at this rate I rather the stocks plumbed and having to fear for its recovery than having to watch so many Ukrainians die innocently because of one man's ego....just some inner thoughts that innocent lives do value and matter more than material money
        2. AMC- Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐⭐
        AMC plans to release its fourth-quarter earnings after the close of trading on Tuesday, March 1. Investors have been pushing the stock lower despite improving revenue and profits in the third quarter. The shares of AMC dropped by 1.34% and closed at $17.660.

        •Mooers comment
        @gghk : Cup and handle see ya Monday over coffee !!!

        $AMC Entertainment(AMC.US)$
        Weekly Buzz: Investing in the stock market amidst the clamour of war
        Upcoming Live: AMC Q4 2021 Earnings Conference Call

        3. AAPL - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐⭐
        Ukraine called on Apple to stop supplying products to Russia. Tim Cook said he would pay attention to the situation in Ukraine and was committed to providing assistance and support to humanitarians. Last Friday, its stock price closed at $164.850, with a weekly decline of 1.46%.

        •Mooers comment
        @Candida :
        I'm scheduled to replace my 2021 iPhone 13 Pro Max by 2023. So I will be benefiting from an Apple-designed 5G modem.
        What I want is improved performance per watt especially for 4G. I do not expect 5G to be that widespread in all the places I go to. $Apple(AAPL.US)$

        4. .SPX - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐⭐
        The S&P 500 rose the last two days of the week, despite the war in Ukraine. The index is down 8% YTD and is 8.6% below its record close. S&P 500 Index closed at $4384.65, with a weekly growth of 0.82%.

        •Mooers comment
        @Cow Moo-ney : It’s okay if your portfolio tanks
        Your portfolio will bounce back. If it doesn’t, money can be earned back. We should feel fortunate that we are not in the affected countries now. Lives that are lost will never come back.
        Pray for world peace
        Spread love, not hate

        5. FB - Buzzing Stars⭐⭐⭐
        FB's parent company Meta Platform has disbanded the team that developed the operating system for the company's virtual reality and augmented reality devices. The shares of FB raised 2.10% last week and finally closed at $210.480.

        •Mooers comment
        @Brandony :
        $Meta Platforms(FB.US)$ what’s going on .......
        Weekly Buzz: Investing in the stock market amidst the clamour of war
        6. NDAQ- Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
        Nasdaq Composite turns a 3.5% loss into a 3.3% gain as stock market stages epic turnaround last Thuesday after Russia invaded Ukraine. Nasdaq index closed at $172.720, with a weekly increase of 0.69%.

        •Mooers comment
        @no_totti_no_party : So is it an “Everything Bubble” or Inflation

        What if the reason all the stocks have been up isn’t because it’s one giant bubble, but instead is inflation hitting the stock market? We all know that corporations got the vast majority of bailouts from the Fed these last three years (or last decade, really), so where did all that new cash go? Read more...

        7. BABA - Buzzing Stars⭐⭐⭐
        Last Thursday, Alibaba announced its December quarter results, which beat earnings estimates but saw the slowest revenue growth in eight years. Its stock price closed at $107.940, with a weekly drop of 9.29%.

        •Mooers comment
        @Mr VWAP :
        $BABA-SW(09988.HK)$ baba failed to break a major resistance 108. a prior support now became a major resistance. Large buyers who previously bought at 108 are desperately trying to unwind their position, thus making 108 a resistance. without any new positive news from baba, it is unlikely to break above 108. Read more...

        Recap: BABA Q3 FY2022 Earnings Conference Call

        8. NVDA - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
        NVIDIA's data center revenue exceeded analysts' expectations, with growth accelerating from the previous quarter. It achieved record revenue in its gaming, data center and professional visualization businesses. Its stock went up 2.18% to $241.570 over the past week.

        •Mooers comment
        @Blackwidow helen : Where Will Nvidia Be in 5 Years?

        $NVIDIA(NVDA.US)$ stock has traded at an average forward earnings multiple of 40 in the past five years. Assuming a similar multiple for the next five years and the projected earnings calculated above, Nvidia's stock price could hit $800. Read more...

        9. PLTR - Buzzing Stars⭐⭐⭐
        David A. Glazer, Palantir's Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer, sold approximately 200,000 shares last Tuesday. The stock price of PLTR grew 4.08% to $11.470 for the week.

        •Mooers comment
        @Charstey :
        The Russia war has just begun, my average holding is $25 do you guys think I should bring my average down or wait it out… I’m thinking long term 5-7 year hold. $Palantir(PLTR.US)$
        Weekly Buzz: Investing in the stock market amidst the clamour of war
        10. QQQ - Buzzing Stars⭐⭐
        According to 13F filings, Soros Fund Management significantly reduced its holdings in Invesco QQQ Trust Series 1 at the end of last year, from $356 million in the third quarter to $9.4 million in the fourth quarter. The price of Invesco QQQ Trust closed at $345.770 with a weekly rise of 1.25%.

        •Mooers comment
        @Jayishere :
        $Invesco QQQ Trust(QQQ.US)$ Bears are going to be angry when they realise this isn't the crash yet and this thing reverse to new highs before the end of the year. Not my prediction but the prediction of David Hunter, Macro Economist and the most on point market analyst who has basically called everything right these last two years. Read more...

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        Before moving on to part three, congrats to the following mooers whose comments were selected as the top comments last week!@HopeAlways @Syuee @HuatLady @Casperwolf @Milk The Cow @Revelations 6 @KT88 @HuatEver

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        "How much the war has hit the stock market?"

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        • HopeAlways :

        • steady Pom pipi : Major events in the international community are bound to cause a sharp fall in the stock market. Investing in stocks should retain part of the funds to deal with emergencies and take advantage of potential stocks.TongueTongueTongue

        • Lin_H : Ok

        • HopeAlways : The stock market is going down again with Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The conflict that extends beyond words has made investors jittery. The potential aftermath of economic sanctions and increased global tension will not help matters either. There are some important lessons that investors can learn from risk-off environments of the past. For one thing, they do not last forever.  They can even prevent great buying opportunities for quality stocks that are well- positioned to come back strongly. In the near to short term, stocks are likely to continue to come under strong selling pressure following surge in oil prices after Russia puts its troops nuclear-ready amid harsh sanctions on its banking system by the West. Nevertheless, investors should ignore the noise and stay put with the current investments and use the current dip to buy fundamentally strong stocks in a staggered manner. In times of war, it pays not to let a good investing opportunity go begging.

        • Syuee : Yes, the war has hit the stock market and it may continue to fall into deeper correction.
          One of the reasons why stocks are going down is because the conflict between Russia and Ukraine is going to affect the dollar, but mostly oil because Russia is the second biggest supplier of oil and the U.S gets a lot of its oil from Russia.
          The US economy is already not on its best legs because of the pandemic and now because of rising inflation the FED has announced that they may raise interest rates sooner than they had expected. The stock market hates all of this.
          Ramifications of war impact supply chain, profit of companies go down which will reflect on the stock market.
          And while war can be “good” ($Lockheed Martin(LMT.US)$) for certain sectors of the economy, it is not good for the economy as a whole, particularly in a consumer-driven economy like the US.
          Investors should stay invested if they have a longer-term investment plan. On the other hand, the big correction will give an opportunity to investors to pick up good quality stocks at attractive levels.
          Prudent investors should consider to wait and watch the unfolding situation before taking up any major commitments.

        • HopeAlways Syuee: After a precipitous fall, especially due to warlike scenarios, headline indices together with top-tier market leading companies with strong fundamentals tend to be quick to recover and generate decent returns for investors. Such scenarios like the current Russia-Ukraine crisis create much needed correction in a structural bull market and present a good opportunity to long term investors to allocate additional capital in stocks to grow their portfolios.

        • VCSuccess HopeAlways: This is a very sentiment driven market right now, and stock fundamentals are now taking a back seat.

        • VCSuccess HopeAlways:

        • VCSuccess HopeAlways: As disastrous and disorienting as the impact of the war might be, the best course of action for most investors now is to keep calm and carry on.

        • 101767718 HopeAlways: It's wise to ignore such market noise and stay focus on one's investments with high quality stocks for the long term.

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