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Weekly Buzz: "Did you chase the rally?"

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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 the moomoo platform based on search and message volumes of last week (Nano caps are excluded).
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It was one of the best weeks for US equity investors as all the major indices ended higher. The tech-heavy index jumped 4.32% and closed out its fourth week of gains, while S&P and Dow added 2.47% and 1.81%, respectively (as of Jan 29, 2023).
Without further ado, let's dive into the weekly buzzing stock list of last week:
Weekly Buzz: "Did you chase the rally?"
1. TSLA - Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
TSLA shares jumped 33.34% last week as investors cheered the EV maker's earnings and top executive Elon Musk's assurances that demand is not a problem (as of Jan 29, 2023).
Watch out for selling near resistance. When there are multiple resistance levels on multiple time frames, then there is more of a probability that sellers will step in.
Weekly Buzz: "Did you chase the rally?"
2. COSM - Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Cosmos Health Inc. Shares rose 22.70% last week after the company said its board approved a purchase of up to $3 million of its common stock through a share repurchase program (as of Jan 29, 2023).
Click on 1 Hour Scale and turn Moving Averages on. Crossing that purple line will light the bottle rocket.
Weekly Buzz: "Did you chase the rally?"
3. AMC - Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
AMC Entertainment amendment extended the fixed date for termination of the covenant suspension period for one more year to March 31, 2024. Its shares fell 0.18% over the past week (as of Jan 29, 2023).
I am still buy n hold. Hell, before long I won just because I invested and didn't spend, even cashing out at neutral.
4. BBBY - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐⭐
BBBY shares dropped 23.88% last week as it struggled to find financial support to keep its operations funded and avoid liquidation (as of Jan 30, 2023).
@Matthew D
All board directors chose to keep their shares instead of converting to cash now.|
Now, would anyone want shares in a bankrupt company? yup, it’s coming.
5. MSFT - Buzzing Stars: ⭐⭐⭐
Microsoft shares climbed 3.31% last week following Q2 earning results. Microsoft Cloud revenue was up 22%, up 29% in constant currency (as of Jan 29, 2023).
@Cow Moo-ney
I could be wrong, and i stand corrected. The chart has to show me something, i.e. I will be more convinced if it breaks that yellow dotted resistance line convincingly.
Weekly Buzz: "Did you chase the rally?"
6. AAPL - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
Apple shares rallied 5.85% last week as Morgan Stanley said Apple's product shipments are likely to be better than expected in fiscal Q1 and services may also show slight outperformance (as of Jan 29, 2023).
$Apple(AAPL.US)$ stock has a steep hill to climb this earnings season, given the many headwinds in the holiday period.
7. BZFD - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
BuzzFeed shares skyrocketed 309.74% as analysts weighed in on the news relating to a partnership with Facebook and artificial intelligence initiatives with some bullish comments (as of Jan 29, 2023).
Don't you love how people only write news after an event happens and it's near the peak, write faster lmao (and don't fomo, better levels to be bought at)
8. NVDA - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
As the buzz around ChatGPT - a chatbot released by OpenAI gained, Nvidia shares soared 14.16% last week (as of Jan 29, 2023).
- Likely break back into range below 193
- 175 is pullback support
- 155 is stronghold
9. AMZN - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐⭐
AMZN shares gained 5.13% last week as they moved in sympathy with Microsoft Corp, which showed positive revenue results (as of Jan 29, 2023).
@hello I
Sales targets set too high,on linkedin do n or see any sales people positing arrogantly about hiting quota as they have always done and likely will miss
10. MLUN - Buzzing Stars:⭐⭐
Mullen shares cruised to a 10.81% gain last week as it faced a shareholder vote on a reverse stock split (as of Jan 29, 2023).
Mullen retail is going to need to be very patient. The need to do an RS to remain complient and considerable dilution to finance.
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  • HopeAlways : Higher rates make bonds look more attractive in 2023.  There is also the potential for bond prices to go back up. Heading into 2023, many participants are more optimistic about the prospects of bonds to recover at least some of their losses from last year.

  • Popular on moomoo OP : [undefined]This week, we'd like to invite you to comment below and share your ideas on:
    "Are bonds a good investment?"
    Comment below and share your ideas!

  • Syuee : Bonds or stocks, each possess their own sets of pros and cons.

    Each asset class features different structures, payouts, returns and risks.

    By understanding the distinguishing factors that separate these two asset classes is key to building a healthy and well-balanced investment portfolio, that thrives over the long run.

    And, each asset allocation mixes are unique to each investor, based on one’s age, risk tolerance, and long-term investment and financial goals.

    Stocks usually offer the potential for higher returns than bonds but also come with higher risks.

    Generally, bonds offer fairly reliable returns and are better-suited for risk-averse investors.

    For most investors, diversifying our portfolios with a combination of stocks and bonds is a great way towards achieving risk-mitigated investment returns.

  • Syuee HopeAlways : Investors should remain patient and have a longer-term view of our investments.

    Also, be alert to the changing market scenario, be willing to rebalance our portfolio when necessary, and diversify our holdings ( bonds, stocks, etc … ) to gain maximum investment returns. [undefined]

  • HopeAlways Syuee : Investing in bonds is far more attractive this year than it has been for a while. That's no guarantee of strong returns for bonds in 2023, but it does mean investors can feel a bit more comfortable about their bond allocations in the coming year and beyond.

  • meruson : merci beaucoup.

    good or bad are relative. it may be good for risk averse investors but bad for an aggressive risk tolerant investor. for me as long as you apply automatic investment system you can make money with any investment instrument. automatic investment system is where you add shares at each 10% drop or at support zones if you know technical analysis. this way you conserve your capital while the stock is strongly downtrending. do take profit at 10% intervals or at resistance zones if you know technical analysis. this way you have capital to buy the dip. only applies to stocks in an index or warren buffett would approve. bon courage.

  • steady Pom pipi : OMG, I don't know about bonds![undefined][undefined][undefined]
    Don't participate in something you don't understand to me, whether it's safer or more profitable.[undefined][undefined][undefined]

  • SPACELIGHT : Up next couple days possibly, and then we shall see if it continues.

  • Maria_18 : Maybe today!

  • Marcus52923 : Youngsters should definitely focus more on stocks rather than bonds, as bonds has lower risk = lower reward. Thus, for me I feel bonds isn’t a good investment[undefined]

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