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        Weekly Buzz: Who is the best bet for your money?

        Spoiler:
        At the end of this post, there is a chance for you to win points!
        Weekly Buzz: Who is the best bet for your money?
        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.)

        Part Ⅰ: Make Your Choices
        Part Ⅱ Buzzing Stocks List & Mooers Comments
        Three major indices moved downward, Russell 2000 Index decreased 4.64% last week. Here is the weekly buzzing stock list of last week:
        Weekly Buzz: Who is the best bet for your money?
        1. TSLA - Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
        Musk tweeted last Friday that Tesla could go straight into the lithium mining and refining business on a large scale because lithium is a key component in making batteries. Its cost is already too high. TSLA's stock decreased 5.54% to $1025.490 for the week.
        ● Mooers comment
        @TeslaSmurf :
        $Tesla(TSLA.US)$ Lots of haters criticizing Musk for his vision: robotaxis, androids, Ai, rockets, Starlink, Boring tunnels… etc. The power of imagination, the skills and the determination to achieve those visions is what made him the richest man on earth, while the haters still struggle to pay a rent.
        Read more >>

        2. AMC- Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
        There was no news specific to the theater operator, but the drop continues the trend lower it has seen over the past week. The shares of AMC fell by 21.72% and closed at $18.240.
        ● Mooers comment
        @LeicesterM : It's All in the Apes' Hands
        $AMC Entertainment(AMC.US)$ what really determines AMC's share price movements are simply supply and demand, rather than any business fundamentals. Even now, AMC is in a different momentum than early and mid last year.
        Read more >>

        3. MULN - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐⭐
        Mullen Automotive was under pressure from the Hindenburg report, which said it "has yet to produce a saleable vehicle." Last Friday, its stock price closed at $2.510, with a weekly decline of 12.54%.
        ● Mooers comment
        @Candida :
        $Mullen Automotive(MULN.US)$ Keep holding strong we got this, and we all know what we hold. We’ve made a lot of enemies “THE SHORTS”
        We have also made a substantial amount of progress you bulls are doing great.
        Read more >>

        4. TWTR - Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
        Congrats, the only green baby we got this week! According to SEC disclosure documents, Tesla CEO Musk owns 73.48 million shares of Twitter's common stock. Boosted by this news, Twitter's share price closed up more than 27% last Monday. The share of TETR closed at $46.230, with a weekly growth of 17.60%.
        ● Mooers comment
        @Deezy_McCheezy : twitter: what power does this actually give musk
        Whats the exact percentage of twitter Elon owns?
        9.2%
        And how does he use that to leverage control over Twitter's direction?
        Read more >>

        5. AAPL - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
        Regulators may force Apple to reduce the percentage of commissions it charges app developers or force Apple to further open up third-party payments. The shares of AAPL declined 2.42% last week and finally closed at $170.090.
        ● Mooers comment
        @Mario Timberlake :
        $Apple(AAPL.US)$ This price action today is hardly surprising. After all, most investors expected to see a more hawkish tone coming from these minutes. And as most investors know, rising interest rates are generally bad news for tech stocks.
        Read more >>

        6. GME - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
        A stock split is usually a reason for investors to get excited about a stock. However, since the split was announced, GameStop has been down more than 10%. Its share price closed at $146.190, with a weekly drop of 11.40%.
        ● Mooers comment
        @JulianMackie : Risky bet for short sellers.
        For short sellers, $GameStop(GME.US)$ planned stock split would force them to buy additional shares before they return their loaned shares.

        Read more >>
        Weekly Buzz: Who is the best bet for your money?
        7. NIO - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
        NIO has suspended production after the country's measures to contain the recent surge of COVID-19 cases disrupted operations at its suppliers. The price of NIO closed at $20.000, with a weekly fall of 8.80%.
        ● Mooers comment
        @Aydin Yilmaz :
        $NIO Inc(NIO.US)$ Every single day that passes NIO sells more cars, locks more customers into contracts promising revenue for 40+ years (not to mention the resale of the cars, they get a cut).
        Read more >>

        8. SNDL - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
        The U.S. House of Representatives passed the MORE Act. The goal of the legislation is to decriminalize marijuana on a federal level. However, there is virtually zero chance the Senate will pass the bill. Its stock went down 19.99% to $0.560 over the past week.
        ● Mooers comment
        @Ghiox : Just buy and log off.
        $SNDL Inc(SNDL.US)$ senate vote will come and news will affect the stock positive or negative but hold strong it’s not gonna be delisted or whatever anyone else is saying. they just obtained a great company who has good fundamentals alone. be greedy during times of fear and sell in times of certainty.

        9. NVDA - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
        While the stock was no doubt caught up in the broader market downdraft, bearish comments by a Wall Street analyst about the state of the industry added further pressure to the share price. The price of NVDA plummeted 13.45% to $231.190 for the week.
        ● Mooers comment
        @BrandonnW : Nvidia Stock Technical Analysis
        $NVIDIA(NVDA.US)$ Shares of Nvidia are back below a 272.38 buy point, which they had cleared amid the GTC event. The trendline entry followed a strong rally off early March lows. Nvidia stock remains above the 50-day moving average after retaking that key level in mid March.
        Read more >>

        10. BABA - Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐
        The shares of Alibaba have received a $177 price target from Citi Bank. And Citi analyst was maintaining a “Buy” rating on the shares. The price of BABA closed at $103.530 with a weekly decline of 6.05%.
        ● Mooers comment
        @Mr VWAP :
        $BABA-SW(09988.HK)$ baba is on a downtrend and there's no telling how low it may go this time. below 70 is a possibility. do not attempt to catch a falling knife and lose money unless you're a big institution.
        Read more >>

        HeartThanks for your reading!Heart

        GiftAwarding MomentGift
        Before moving on to part three, congrats to the following mooers whose comments were selected as the top comments last week!
        @HopeAlways @Syuee @阿姚朋友 @LamiBang @Milk The Cow @KT88 @Double Rainbow @HuatEver @HuatLady @VCSuccess @101767718 @Southern Eagle @ZenTime
        Notice: Reward will be sent to you this week. Please feel free to contact us if there is any problem.

        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:
        "Will you follow someone's strategy when you invest? "

        We will select 15 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.

        Top Comment Technique:
        Fundamental / Technical / Capital Analyses
        Personal Trading Experience
        Any bright insights or knowledge


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        • HopeAlways :

        • Milk The Cow :

        • Milk The Cow : I won't totally follow someone strategy.
          If it works, then maybe...Emm
          If work partially, I will improvise their methods Trick.
          If does not work = waste my time Speechless

          Warrant Buffett is the traditional way & it works most of the time + considered more safe.

          Elon is kinda like the innovative 💡 way & good for short-term gains Emm. Maybe the fastestShocked, but more risky way...

        • HopeAlways : Warren Buffett's investment strategy is worth following. Many would be surprised at just how uncomplicated the Buffett's investment style is. To put it simply, Buffett invests in great businesses trading for less than their intrinsic values, and then he holds on to these investments for as long as they remain great businesses. Buffett avoids investments he does not know well. That is the main reason we will not find many high-growth technology companies or biotech stocks in Berkshire Hathaway's portfolio. They are not necessarily bad businesses or overvalued, but Buffett knows where his stock-picking strength lies. Just because Buffett avoids a certain industry or sector does not mean that we also have to. We can still invest like Buffett by sticking to what we understand.

        • Milk The Cow HopeAlways:

        • Syuee : When I invest, I only trust the person that I see, whenever I look into a mirror. There is nobody else that I trust more, to do my investing for me.

          Ultimately, you need to trust yourself after you have learned how to trade/invest. The stock market is just like any other business.

          When you are in control, you make better decisions. One could achieve a portfolio that truly reflects our own expectations and goals.

          We should be confident in making our own investing decisions. Commando

          As far as trading/investing stocks are concerned, I do not follow any person.

          I believe we must develop and fine tune our own innate senses until we can independently make wiser investment decisions. Smirk

        • HuatLady :

        • HopeAlways Syuee: The best investing strategy will be one that will help you meet your goals, increase returns and minimize risks. So long as it works well for you, it will be the right strategy.

        • Ant_yeh : Investing for Long term and be consistency is the best strategy

        • HuatEver :

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