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        Monthly Journal: Traders' Insights Wanted!
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        Monthly Buzz: The stock market had a great July. Will August be better?

        Popular on moomoo joined discussion · 08/01/2022 10:36
        Hey, mooers!
        Welcome back to Monthly Buzz. Did you read the breaking news about the stocks in which you invest? Is there any company on the list that you didn't follow? Check out the buzzing stocks you may have missed out on!
        Buzzing Stocks List
        Data as of July 01 – July 31, 2022
        Data as of July 01 – July 31, 2022
        1. TSLA – Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
        July 07: Tesla stock rallied 5.53% as it was preparing to open up Superchargers to non-Tesla EVs in the US later this year.
        July 11: Elon Musk's lawsuit with Twitter dragged Tesla down by 6.55%.
        July 21: Tesla surged 9.78% after it beat analysts' consensus earnings forecast for this quarter.
        2. AMC – Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
        July 07: AMC shares shot up by 15% amid strength in 'Reddit stocks' for the session and retail investor mentions on social media.
        July 18: AMC jumped 7.61% due to its strong box office performance recently and social media discussion that AMC is a potential short squeeze candidate.
        July 20: AMC gained 7% after it announced the repurchase of $72.5 million of its second lien debt at a 31% discount.
        3. AAPL – Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
        July 14: Apple rose 2% as it reportedly expected iPhone 14 to sell better than iPhone 13.
        July 19: Apple climbed 2% after Bernstein raised Q3 estimates, citing strong supply and "healthy" Chinese demand.
        July 29: Apple gained 3.28% after the company reported better-than-expected Q3 EPS and sales results.
        4. MULN – Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
        July 05: Mullen dipped 8% despite eliminating $17.5 million in debt.
        July 08: Mullen stock popped by 9.35% after Tesla announced that it was preparing to open up its Supercharger network to non-Tesla EVs.
        July 26: Mullen Automotive shares were trading 14.36% lower amid weakness in EV stocks.
        5. NIO – Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐
        July 07: NIO recovered 8%, a record-high rise in a month, after it launched the 1000th power station.
        July 11: NIO sank over 8% as China re-imposed COVID restrictions.
        July 19: NIO shares dipped 3.77% despite its German expansion plans.
        6. WIMI – Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐
        July 7: WiMi Hologram Academy published a technical article describing a collision detection algorithm based on virtual reality technology. Its shares grew by 2.78%.
        July 18: WiMi Hologram Cloud was up by 2.3% after it promised to launch more new products.
        7. BABA – Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐
        July 11: Shares of Alibaba were trading 9% lower amid recurrent COVID cases, which have caused Macau to shut casinos.
        July 14: Alibaba slid 4.89% after executives quit Ali sport's board.
        July 27: Alibaba rose 1.32% as it seeks a dual primary listing in Hong Kong.
        8. GME – Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐
        July 07: GameStop soared 15% following its four-for-one stock split plans.
        July 08: GameStop was 4.87% down after it announced a CFO departure.
        July 20: GameStop grew 4.65% as it outpaced Coinbase Global in NFT marketplace volume.
        9. NVDA – Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐
        July 11: The stock of Nvidia shrunk 4% after a Piper Sandler analyst cut his price target for the semiconductor company.
        July 19: Nvidia gained 5.53% after the husband of Rep. Nancy Pelosi bought 2,000 shares of Nvidia stock.
        July 20: Nvidia shares were trading 4.8% higher, backed by the overall strength of semi stocks.
        10. TWTR – Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐
        July 08: Twitter declined 5% as layoffs hit its recruitment team.
        July 11: Twitter plunged 11% after Elon Musk canceled the deal to buy.
        July 13: Twitter sued Elon Muck for ending the $44 billion deal and called him "a model of hypocrisy," sending the shares up 7.9%.

        That's all for Monthly Buzz. Thanks for reading. Heart
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        Good MorningWhere do you plan to cut spending because of inflation?Good Morning
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        • 102640653 : Look at all nio, baba,Tencent,byd,jd. All moving upside . Why was it not last week. Some esport play was on

        • NANA123 : The timeline is clearly

        • Biggest dog : always miss it!

        • doctorpot1 : During this time of pandemic the one good way that I'm cutting down spending is to stay at home more. This not only will help to reduce the chance of getting sick which will be very costly, it also helps to cut down on many expenses. Firstly, it cuts down transportation especially when petrol is so expensive. Without the need to go out, means there is no need to spend on new clothes, shoes and bags. You can even wear clothing with tons of holes in it hahaha LaughLaugh
          Then the next step when at home is to keep myself busy with lots of free activities, so that I won't fall into the trap of online shopping. Had been reading tons of news and learning about the complexity of the global trade and power struggles. Had also been spending lots of time to learn the latest technologies, so that I can jump to a better paying job hehehe LaughLaugh
          Most importantly, avoid tiktok and social media at all cost, and no you don't need that egg cracking device that they are promoting, just use your hands. Just in case you don't know, everyone life's there is fake. So don't set yourself up in a rat race to try and showoff. That will save you lots of money CheerleadCheerlead

        • Lana Su : Yes, TSLA and Apple and Amd are my favorites

        • Zentz4all : comment Smile

        • Desaroe : mullen for sure

        • Syuee : Where do you plan to cut spending because of inflation ?
          - I roast my own coffee beans. Roasting is easy and so aromatic. This is a surprisingly simple thing to do.
          You can source unroasted coffee beans ( usually called “green coffee beans” ) on the internet.
          As I source very high quality coffee beans, the result is better in the cup, than anything you can find short of a small batch specialty roaster, who will charge 3 times higher.
          So … instead of a daily trip or two to a coffee joint, I have much better tasting, higher quality coffeeCoffee at home.
          You can do a YouTube search with terms such as home coffee roasting. Then, you shall learn everything you need to know.
          Ever since I make my own coffee, it has saved~ me a lot of money because I am a big coffee lover.
          - When I have cravings, I will make homemade chocolate using only raw cocoa, cocoa butter and stevia / agave syrup.
          I mix the ingredients, pour them into silicone moulds and put them in the fridge for a few hours. Ta-Da ! Healthy, low-cost and yummy chocolate !! Tongue
          - To combat inflation, I have been exercising intensively. So that I get way fitter, stronger, feel happier and don’t fall sick easily. This saves on potential medical bills in the long run.
          - Whenever I have the time, I will also cook for my 2 dogs. It is cheaper and I can be 100% certain that they are eating real food, not only canned food or kibbles.
          My dogs love cooked chicken, grains, carrots, squash, zucchini, peas and sweet potato the most. Onlooker
          To beat inflation ( as long as we can still afford ), we should not compromise what we truly love Heart, that are really important for us.
          But, we can gradually cut down redundant things that don't matter much to us.
          In general, to deal with life ( inflation inclusive ), one should always aim to live within or below our means.
          Beware of little expenses; even a little leak will sink a great ship . Smirk

        • Mr Trecherous : Grow a garden, buy local meat & produce, live below your means, make new friends and Buy the Dip 🐸 💰🌱🌰🌽

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