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Weekly Buzz: Has the market bottomed? What do you think?

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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 4.85% last week (As of Sep 16, 2022). Here is the weekly buzzing stock list of last week:
Weekly Buzz: Has the market bottomed? What do you think?
1. TSLA - Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
According to German weekly Automobilwoche, Tesla planned to double vehicle sales in Germany in 2022. Its share price gained 1.22% and closed at $303.350 (As of Sep 16, 2022).
Mooer comment
Tesla's ticker symbol has outperformed the market in a big way. Its share price is approaching a local resistance level that the price has not been able to rixe above since last August.
Weekly Buzz: Has the market bottomed? What do you think?
2. AMC - Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Although AMC stock popped as Adam Aron touted Disney+ collaboration temporarily, its share price plunged 7.61% and closed at $8.980 (As of Sep 16, 2022).
Mooer comment
@Questionable Invts:
AMC is & will be pump & dump. That got out of control for moment cause by retail investors rushing in & buying. Unfortunately, must retail investors have taken their profits & left.
3. AAPL - Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Apple shares were trading lower amid overall market weakness after August CPI readings showed inflation came in greater than expected. Its shares closed at $150.700 with a weekly decline of 4.24% (As of Sep 16, 2022).
Mooer comment
@Skyrocket 101:
Apple’s revenues came in at $83 billion for Q3, almost a 2% improvement from the prior-year period. Despite the economic downturn, Apple reported its net profit of $19.4 billion and earnings per share of $1.20, which came in $0.04 higher than analyst estimates.
Weekly Buzz: Has the market bottomed? What do you think?
4. SPY - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐⭐
The S&P 500 posted its worst weekly performance since mid-June last Friday. The price of SPY closed at $385.560 with a weekly drop of 4.78% (As of Sep 16, 2022).
Mooer comment
@Cow Moo-ney:
There is a gap between 400 to 402. This is why I don’t quite like this current rally. Typically, this kind of gap and go, will have a high probability of pullback to have the gap filled, though it may not always happen.
5. NIO - Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐
An analyst who closely tracks the Chinese EV market singled out the hot stock as his top EV pick in China and sees Nio shares doubling in value over the next 12 months. Its stock rallied 5.17% to $20.150 for the week (As of Sep 16, 2022).
Mooer comment
ok…I think the bleeding is done…support around 20…wish I have more funds to buy more but already buy the dip all the way~ no more to buy the dippest dip.
oh well ~ can sleep liao
6. QQQ - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
The price of QQQ closed at $289.320, with a weekly decrease of 5.79% (As of Sep 16, 2022).
Mooer comment
@Peak Mountain:
Will sit back and watch for a few sessions to see where momentum takes the market! Remember- don’t ever be to greedy as there will always be opportunities! Will be in one or all these soon enough. Good luck.
7. APE - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
APE's stock closed at $4.900, with a weekly drop of 11.39% (As of Sep 16, 2022).
Mooer comment
@Piggy Bank Trader:
Tomorrow will be the 1 month anniversary for AMCs, APE dividend and the share price has dropped from $27 to $14 and yet, AA has remained silent.
Hero to Zero!!!
8. MULN - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
Mullen provided an update on its FIVE crossover EV model that is slated to be ready for prototypes later this fall. However, its stock slipped 10.91% to $0.502 for the week (As of Sep 16, 2022).
Mooer comment
There is no other EV vehicle that can deliver this performance
The Mullen FIVE RS is an ultra-high-performance EV that will feature a top speed of 200 mph and acceleration from 0-60 mph in just 1.9 seconds.
9. NVDA - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
Nvidia pre-announced a disappointing quarter, and it was worse than some investors even thought when it announced results in late August. The price of NVDA went down 8.26% to $131.980 over the past week (As of Sep 16, 2022).
Mooer comment
Such a take isn't helping improve sentiment on Nvidia, which is already being buffeted by several headwinds. As a big name in tech stocks, it's suffered from investor migration away from such titles into assets considered to be less risky.
10. TQQQ - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐
The price of TQQQ slumped 17.56% to $24.600 for the week (As of Sep 09, 2022).
Mooer comment
10:45 coincides with the MA 10 average callback, so shorting every high should Put it under the average pressure.
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  • HopeAlways : When a company's value in terms of its financial results, future outlook and risks is higher than its current valuation, we can buy. When a company's value is lower than the current valuation, we should sell.

  • Syuee : There is no absolutely certain way to determine the best buying and selling price, estimating the intrinsic value of a stock with considering the appropriate margin of safety can help.

    You just need to ask yourself, if the price that you are paying is worth the growth that you are expecting in the company ?

    So always buy a stock at a little lesser price than its intrinsic value !

    Now, selling price can be different for different people, depending if one is a long-term investor or a trader.

    If you are someone who has the patience to hold stocks or someone who gets afraid with a little correction in the market.

    If you are into trading then booking anything between 10% - 20% profit is good enough.

    A trader should have a stop loss of about 8% - 10%, or anything that you can bear.

    But if you are an investor then sell your stocks only if the fundamentals of the company go bad, or the reason that you bought it for is no longer there.

    Otherwise, sit back and enjoy the market's ride.

    The right price for a stock varies person to person, due to their individual intent of the purchase of that stock.

    So there is no one ideal entry price for all.

    Sure, it is to make profits, but how long are you planning to hold?

    What are your goals such as short term trading for monthly income or investing, or retirement ?

    When you understand these factors, and learn a little more about how to determine the right price for YOU, then, you will find that you will know what price is right, and your investing / trading will be far more profitable. undefined


  • HopeAlways Syuee: The key is to identify great companies at fair or better prices.

  • Syuee HopeAlways: Financial statements can be used to compute financial ratios that indicate the health or value of a company which investors / traders can utilise to decide whether to buy or sell.

  • 无名小卒42606 : It's impossible to reach the bottom, let's wait slowly for a while until the bottom

  • Luis Chaparro : Always with a good positive attitude.

  • 矜重的比尔 : As of September 14, 2022, western oil shares had risen from $27.88 to $67.2, a rise of 141%.

    Echoing this is Buffett's shareholding in Western oil. From 9% at the beginning of this year, it rose to 15.3% in May, to 16.3% in June, and further increased to 18.7% in July. Buffett already owns a 26.8% stake in western oil, including warrants, according to the latest 13murg document released in September.

    At the same time, Buffett also received regulatory approval to buy up to 50% of Occidental Oil. Investors around the world are probably exploring why Buffett has repeatedly increased his holdings of Western oil.

    As an investor who bought preferred shares in Western oil in 2019, Buffett may have a good understanding of corporate management and a deep understanding of corporate culture. This is in line with his consistent investment philosophy.

    In addition, it may be that Western oil is undervalued, while Buffett likes undervalued assets.

    When western oil bought Anadarko for $38 billion in debt, Buffett received $10 billion preferred shares with an 8 per cent dividend and 84 million warrants that could buy more common shares at an exercise price of $59.62.

    Debt is trouble to you and me, but it may be of great value to Buffett. This debt accounts for most of the value of Western oil companies, so the leverage of oil prices is more obvious in Western oil. As oil prices rise, Western oil debts will be repaid more quickly, so the share of equity value will increase. This is certainly a good thing for Buffett.

    In addition, Western Oil also owns the largest oil company in the United States, and large inventories give production costs a competitive advantage, which is one of Buffett's favorite corporate traits.

    Therefore, it is not unreasonable for Buffett to like western oil. As for whether you want to follow the soup or not, it's up to you.

  • Ah keong : From the initial ignorance to the present, I have worked in A shares, gold, foreign exchange, US stocks and so on. Although I have little money and no money, I have accumulated some of my own opinions.

    The option was only learned after watching the "Big short" two months ago, two of which made tens of millions of dollars in the garage with $300. At that time, my heart was very hot. Immediately after searching for relevant information on Zhihu Inc. and * *, I felt that options were super * *. It is simply a good tool for small funds like me to dream of getting rich (like the first time I saw gold, 50 times leverage 50 US dollars to 2000 US dollars, and then excited), the story begins.

    The first option order, 40 hands to buy 317 maturity of 29 call, half a month profit of more than 60%, the second order Tesla, Inc. 10 days 120% … However, the sadness is always behind, bet on the financial statements of zto and jd, the maturity time is short, directly spit out the former profit and lose 20% of the principal, and then rely on siri and tesla to make a profit again.

    First: options are high-risk derivatives without insurance.
    What for? If the call on the expiration date is not sold or the right is not exercised, it will be null and void. Since it is naked holding, it is basically not going to exercise the power, and the exercise right after the heavy position does not have so much money at all, okay? Under the call option, the out-of-price exercise becomes meaningless and becomes a heavy position, which is too risky, and vice versa, so is the call of the put option.

  • 103047546 : 价值投资经过从格雷厄姆到巴菲特等杰出投资者的不断完善,形成了一整套方法论。这套体系主要是从定性和定量分析出发,将企业未来现金流折现后,对企业的当前价值进行估算,并兼顾考虑安全边际作出投资决策。在很长一段时期,传统价值投资将证券投资从零和博弈的错误轨道,带回到价格与价值互动关系角度的规律上来,对于证券市场具有重要的划时代意义。但是时代在不断发展,资本市场也在不断演化和前进,不管是美国这样的成熟市场,或是中国这样具有特殊国情又兼有资本市场普遍性规律的新兴市场,对于传统价值投资的一些思维方式都提出了新的挑战。






  • 阿姚朋友 : Looking back at history, young people are trapped for the first time

    At that time, because many of the products at home were XIAOMI's, mobile phones, routers, notebooks, hair dryers, kettle and so on; although I am not a stupid millet noodle, but also half a rice noodle bar

    Because XIAOMI opened a stock account for the first time, invested money, and got in touch with stocks; when he hit XIAOMI for the first time, I remember my stock cost was 16.6? I still remember that when XIAOMI Gao Guang was in his twenties, he was very happy at that time; he increased his positions several times in a row; as we all know, XIAOMI first broke, and at that time he believed in XIAOMI very much and doubted his life when he fell. He added two or three positions in a row. Later, thanks to 15 yuan, I couldn't stand it and sold it again. Later, I felt that XIAOMI seemed to have an upward trend and bought it back several times in succession. Then, as we all know, it fell to more than 9 yuan, MMP in my heart, and then sold it again. After that, XIAOMI went up for a while, and then fell into dog shit, that is, repeated harvests. Finally, I was so angry that I swore that I would never touch the stock again and then buy a new Huawei phone.

    Then one day, I looked at the simulation, I went, the simulation made money. Why? What happened? Something is wrong. I found that I traded too frequently before, looked at the dynamics of stocks too often, and my mentality was very explosive; moreover, I did not carry out company analysis or financial report analysis; later I made up for the study; I came into contact with value investment, learning fundamental analysis, financial reporting study, behavioral economics study, and learned the evil side of human nature.

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