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        Weekly Buzz: What can we "Grab" on the "Sea"?

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

        Happy Monday, mooers! Ukranie War has put Asia's market gauge on track for bear market, let's predict how U.S. stocks will open on Monday.
        Weekly Buzz: What can we "Grab" on the "Sea"?
        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.)

        Part Ⅰ: Make Your Choices
        Part Ⅱ Buzzing Stocks List & Mooers Comments
        Three major indices moved downward, Russell 2000 Index decreased 1.93% last week. Here is the weekly buzzing stock list of last week:
        Weekly Buzz: What can we "Grab" on the "Sea"?
        1. AMC - Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
        AMC Theatres announced its fourth quarter and full-year 2021 financial results. Its Q4 revenue soared 621%, net loss narrowed to $134 million, and the fourth quarter delivered its most robust quarterly results in two years. AMC's stock decreased 6.17% to $16.570 for the week.
        ● Mooers comment
        Let’s get ready to Rummmmmbleeee !!!!
        $AMC Entertainment(AMC.US)$
        Weekly Buzz: What can we "Grab" on the "Sea"?
        Recap: AMC Q4 2021 Earnings Conference Call

        2. TSLA- Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
        Tesla has completed approval for its German mega-factory. The factory was reportedly designed to produce batteries eventually and up to 500,000 vehicles per year. The shares of TSLA increased by 3.51% and closed at $838.290.
        ● Mooers comment
        @mesapsa :
        It has been impossible to ignore skyrocketing oil prices this week. Fears of an energy crisis are running high as geopolitical tensions continue to escalate. While oil stocks have been rising, Forbes recently raised the question of what the new oil boom means for $Tesla(TSLA.US)$ stock. Read more...

        3. GRAB - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐⭐
        Grab's loss reached $1.06 billion in the fourth quarter of last year, and Grab Holdings' market value has evaporated $22 billion since it went public in December last year. Last Friday, its stock price closed at $3.360, with a weekly decline of 42.07%.
        ● Mooers comment
        @Night Trader : Grabfood conclusion
        $Grab Holdings(GRAB.US)$
        In business sense, the food delivery services just does not work at all because of very high expenses. (eg, commission to rider, overheads, and etc). The left over profits could not cover the overall expenses resulting in a big lost. Read more...

        Recap: GRAB Q4 2021 Earnings Conference Call

        4. AAPL - Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
        This Tuesday, Apple will hold its first event of 2022, "Peek Performance." The company cuts off Russia, and Apple halts product sales in Russia after the Ukraine invasion. Its share price closed at $163.170, with a weekly decline of 1.02%.
        ● Mooers comment
        @Curry BORED : Apple to host spring event next week, low-cost 5G iPhone in focus
        $Apple(AAPL.US)$ will host its annual spring product launch event on March 8, the iPhone maker said on Wednesday.
        The company is expected to launch a low-cost version of its popular iPhone with 5G, a new version of the iPad Air and a high-end Mac Mini. Read more...
        Weekly Buzz: What can we "Grab" on the "Sea"?
        Upcoming live: Apple Event March 2022

        5. .SPX - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
        Total S&P 500 earnings for the first quarter of 2022 are expected to be up 3.7% from the same period last year on 9.5% higher revenues. The S&P 500 index fell 1.27% last week and finally closed at $4328.87.
        ● Mooers comment
        @no_totti_no_party : ‘Economic destruction’ may lie ahead as oil prices push higher, analyst says
        There are fears that high oil prices will be highly recessionary, destroy oil demand and slow down a lot of economies, said Paul Sankey of Sankey Research. Read more...

        6. MULN- Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
        Mullen Automotive shares soared more than 140% when a research breakthrough was announced last Monday. It will deliver over 600 miles of range on a full charge. However, the trend didn't last. MULN closed at $0.786, with a weekly growth of 14.19%.
        ● Mooers comment
        @Powerplays :
        $Mullen Automotive(MULN.US)$ Holding long term! This volume and price action just confirm it is a winning play! Welcome to clown world boys!

        7. SE - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
        In a statement last Tuesday, Sea expected continued growth in e-commerce sales. Its other main business is likely to see its first decline in revenue as its gaming business faces headwinds to increase in India. Its stock price closed at $97.440, with a weekly drop of 29.11%.
        ● Mooers comment
        @Kathy kastine :
        This wasn’t simply the red market. $Sea(SE.US)$ got dragged down due to $Grab Holdings(GRAB.US)$ ’s poor performance imo. Being painted by the same brush (singapore performance), can’t blame investors.. What a carnage… LT thesis is not the same for everyone..

        8. NIO - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
        Chinese EV start-up NIO seeks quicker secondary listing in Hong Kong via introduction, skips fundraising. The Shanghai-based carmaker has applied for a listing by way of introduction in Singapore as well. Its stock went down 11.03% to $18.630 over the past week.
        ● Mooers comment
        @JackieRose :
        $NIO Inc(NIO.US)$
        There are no new cars in TSLA this year. NIO has one ET7, ET5, and SUV.
        6 units in total in addition to 3 existing SUVs
        Obviously a leader!

        9. SPY - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
        Equity markets staged a strong recovery last Wednesday as markets took some comfort from the recent collapse in bond yields brought about by the Russia-Ukraine conflict. The SPDR S&P 500 ETF price declined 1.27% to $432.170 for the week.
        ● Mooers comment
        @efficentupup : Stocks slide, commodities spike as Ukraine war shakes markets
        Data showing a vibrant U.S. jobs market strengthened the dollar and spurred commodity prices higher, but the war in Ukraine overshadowed the blowout report as the euro plunged on the worsening outlook for slower European economic growth. Read more...

        10. FB - Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐
        Facebook parent Meta Platforms said it was putting at least a temporary stop to running ads targeting users in Russia and would not run ads anywhere from advertisers within Russia. The price of FB closed at $200.060 with a weekly rise of 6.72%.
        ● Mooers comment
        @Doreeney :
        $Meta Platforms(FB.US)$ I don't think you could pay me to be stupid enough to think Facebook is dying. Last quarter was probably already sandbagged. Plus the selloff and the response to roll out Reelz ahead of schedule with massive crossover appeal of TikTokers. Read more...

        HeartThanks for your reading!

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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 @Revelations 6 @Milk The Cow @Dino 64 @KT88 @Ermmmmm @102678535 @HuatEver @HuatLady @YL tan @12moon
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        Part Ⅲ: Weekly Topic
        Time to be rewarded for your great insights and knowledge!

        This week, we'd like to invite you to comment below and share your idea on:
        "How do you think about SPAC (Special Purpose Acquisition Company) in the face of Grab's post-IPO performance?"

        We will select 10 TOP COMMENTS by next Monday.
        Winners will get 200 points by next week, with which you can exchange gifts at Reward Club.
        *Comments within this week will be counted.

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        • HopeAlways :

        • Howardy : in metavers transportation is free

        • Syuee :

        • HopeAlways : A SPAC has been perceived to be a cheaper, faster way to raise money than a conventional IPO. SPAC investing may sound like a fairly good deal. For investors, the SPAC can pop nicely if the blank-cheque company manages to find a good acquisition target. If it cannot find a target, the SPAC dissolves and investors get their money back. Nevertheless, investing in SPAC can pose a number of risks from celebrity hype, a scarcity of basic information, conflicts of interest, and an abundance of so-called blank cheque companies chasing a limited number of opportunities.

        • Syuee : SPACs are different to regular companies. They have no commercial operations when they IPO.

          Instead they raise a sum of money with the intention of buying an operating business within a specified period of time. If they don’t, and are unable to get shareholders to grant an extension, they have to wind up and cash is being returned to shareholders.

          Other names for SPACs include “blank check companies” and “cash boxes”, for obvious reasons.

          $Grab Holdings (GRAB.US)$ has gone public via SPAC IPO. Recently, Grab shares plunged nearly 40% after posting disappointing earnings.

          SPACs are a relatively efficient route to market for young companies ( like Grab ) with limited track records. But clearly “buyer beware” and appropriate levels of due diligence are essential.

          There are some SPACs which go on to deliver very strong returns. However, most do not fare so well.

          Investors should always remember that they are essentially blank check companies. Investors are putting all their faith in the sponsor. Some will do well, but most are unlikely to, and it won’t be easy to tell which are which. One certainly need to do more research than that.

          SPACs start at such a deficit due to the massive percentage of capital that goes to the founder rather than the shareholder, one should approach them with an increased level of caution.
          Do not fall victim to SPAC fomo. It is worth missing out on the few winners so as to also dodge the many pitfalls that exist in this space ( like Grab? ).

        • HopeAlways Syuee: There is a common misconception among ordinary investors that SPACs are close to a riskless way to bet on emerging industries. SPACs are far from a 'no-risk'way to invest in emerging sectors, but there are certainly some red flags to watch out for and things to keep in mind.

        • HuatLady :

        • 101767718 HopeAlways: It's always wise to be aware of the possible risks associated with SPAC.

        • 101767718 HopeAlways: There's a need to weigh the risks carefully before investing in SPACs.

        • HuatEver :

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