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          This number here is how many HK shares you can get for every ADR shares

          In case you are worried about Chinese stock delisting, some stocks like $NIO Inc(NIO.US)$ amd $Alibaba(BABA.US)$ have a secondary listing in Hong Kong. So your ADR shares in the US market can be converted to HK shares at the stated conversion ratio.
          You can see the conversion ratio in moomoo under Conv. Ratio. so Nio have a ratio of 1 which means 1 $NIO Inc(NIO.US)$ exchange for 1 $NIO-SW(09866.HK)$.
          here we can see that 1 $Alibaba(BABA.US)$ share can...
          This number here is how many HK shares you can get for every ADR shares
          This number here is how many HK shares you can get for every ADR shares

          Weekly Buzz: Missed the recent rallies? Don't Worry

          At the end of this post, there is a chance for you to win points!
          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 upward, Russell 2000 Index increased...
          Weekly Buzz: Missed the recent rallies? Don't Worry
          Weekly Buzz: Missed the recent rallies? Don't Worry
          Weekly Buzz: Missed the recent rallies? Don't Worry
          $Tesla(TSLA.US)$ you know at this rate I rather the stocks plumbed and having to fear for its recovery than having to watch so many Ukrainians die innocently because of one man's ego....just some inner thoughts that innocent lives do value and matter more than material money

          Bank of America survey: Policy mistakes become investors' most worrying risk next year

          $SPDR S&P 500 ETF(SPY.US)$$Invesco QQQ Trust(QQQ.US)$$SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average Trust(DIA.US)$
          U.S. stocks suffered the "Four Witch Days" last Friday: the three major U.S. stock indexes all closed down, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed down by more than 500 points, and the 11 major sectors of the S&P 500 were wiped out. However, compared with short-term issues such as the market's single-day trend or whether the "Santa Claus market" can be delivered as scheduled, what worries the market more is the impact of the Fed's policy.
          Last week, the Fed's last interest rate meeting of the year, as expected by the market, conveyed its intention to further tighten monetary policy. The latest dot plot of the Fed shows that the median forecast of Fed officials is that they will raise interest rates three times next year and three more times in 2023. But the market is currently betting on interest rate hikes much less often than the Fed implied. It is believed that investors generally feel that the Fed has not raised interest rates so many times.
          At the same time, the Bank of America survey shows that the primary risk for investors to invest in 2022 is the policy errors of global central banks, including the Federal Reserve.
          Article excerpted from the US Stock Research Agency
          $Lululemon Athletica(LULU.US)$
          Principles to follow:
          1. Invest for the long term
          2. Maintain 10% to 30% growth in revenue
          3. Profits have doubled in 4 years
          4. Low capital expenditure
          5. Use earnings to buy back stock

          2021 in Review: Market Insights and Investing Tips of the Year

          In 2021, moomoo became the place where investors could share their opinions and communicate freely with each other. The frequent interactions between the enthusiastic mooers have positively impacted the community.LaughLaughLaugh Mooers are moving in the same direction: making profits and improving themselves. It would take a long time and great effort for our dear mooers to achieve these goals. Why don't we take a look at ten of the year's valuable market insights and investing tips?
          Spoiler: There's a chance to get points if you read till the end.
          *The selected articles are listed randomly.
          CommandoONE: Is investing in Trump's new merger a good idea?
          @HuatLadywrote about his concerns on the merger of Trump's company and a SPAC called the Digital World Acquisition Corp. We have to admit that he has a point!
          "Forgive me for predicting that most likely his company's stock will not be viable for long term investment goal."
          View more: Will Donald be able to deal his Trump Card?
          GrinTWO: What do you think of meme stocks?
          @Machiavellis3rdEyeused vivid language to call for rational investing and remind mooers to watch out for media manipulations. Do you agree with him?
          "You ARE ALL MY ALLIES, regardless of your investment choices, politics, religions, colors, sex, or anything else! I say we start learning and adapting to their constantly evolving illegal games (media manipulation, PFOF, CB's) together. Then we will all figure out how to take that cheese - without getting TRAPPED."
          View more: When will we get off this bus to CRAZYTOWN?
          TrickTHREE: What can we learn from the big picture?
          @WYCKOFFPROanalyzed the trend of the Russell 2020 with technical tools. Has the market proved his assumptions?
          "The breakout of the Russell 2000 gives the first confirmation of the scenario of possible rotation from big cap stocks to small cap stocks."
          View more: A Bargain you can't Ignore — This Laggard Breaks All Time High Last Week
          Yeah!FOUR: Will the strong momentum of recovery stocks fade?
          On Nov 5, Pfizer introduced a new COVID-19 antiviral pill that is expected to treat 89% of acutely hospitalized patients and thus reduce the risk of death. @HuatEveranticipated that Pfizer's share price would continue to climb once the FDA approved the new antiviral pill. What do you think?
          "They hold the promise of cutting down the risk of severe Covid 19 ailments, hospitalisation stays and even deaths, and if being taken at the early onsets of infection. "
          View more: A Breakthrough in Covid 19 Antiviral Pills
          ShhhShhhFIVE: EV stocks skyrocketing: Good buy or goodbye?
          @Deviltonconducted an in-depth analysis on one of the most popular stocks, $Rivian, and pointed out that patience is a virtue in trading.
          "Human are always impatient, we will always have FOMO if we sit and wait till Friday, scared that it stops falling and starts to rise again. Yet buying all tomo may not allow you to buy at the best price." View more here.
          DroolSIX: How do you decide when to buy/sell?
          @HopeAlwayssaid that there is no best way to determine when to buy and when to sell the stocks of indexes. The timings depend on investing goals, philosophies, and personal preferences.
          "The three main risks are company, valuation and earnings risks. Once we are able to find a stock that that signals low risk based on these three conditions, it is time to buy. Whenever a negative change happens to any of the three conditions,  it is time to sell."
          View more: Buying and Selling Stocks
          TongueSEVEN: How do you know when to stop loss / take profit?
          @Powerhousehas three underlying principles in stopping losses and taking profits. All investors should stay informed and closely observe trends to set price targets.
          "For micro, there is a need to determine your present financial risk appetite figuratively. On the macro level, situations may have changed. Determining when is the most precise time to stop loss or take profit of a stock and milk the most out of it is extremely difficult."
          View more: Stop the pain, take the happiness
          SmileEIGHT: What urges you to press the "trade" button?
          @Panda2102has done macro research to sort out a list of companies and ranks them from different dimensions.
          "The mission statement, the moat, the network effect, the switching cost, low cost advantage, optionality, the ratio for PE, PEG, Cash, Debt, Free Cash flow and the ownership of the company."
          View more: Best time to press the trade button
          GrinNINE: How to build a portfolio with a windfall of $1 million?
          @Mars Mooothinks that the Squid Game Multi-Portfolio comprises four parts: player 456, player 218, player 067, and a liquid one.
          "The first portfolio is aimed at potential sectors for diversification and profits. The second is designed to high risk lead high returns. The next one intent on helping on thr way. While the last one shows that cash is king."
          View more: The Squid Game Multi-Portfolios Portfolio
          TongueTEN: How to profit from short-selling?
          @Mcsnacks H Tupackshared that short-selling is highly popular on Wall Street and often carried out by aggressive hedge funds.
          "Hedge funds acting through collaborating market makers can create huge numbers of counterfeit shares that can overwhelm buying demand. They have turned it into a casino and everyone knows the house always wins in that scenario."
          View more: The only way for short selling to be profitable is by cheating
          This recap takes a deep dive into the market insights and investing tips that inspire us to become better investors. Did you find anything interesting or helpful?
          Please Leave your comments below and @ the mooer whose opinions impress you the most, and explain why they are attractive. The 1st, 10th, 20th, 30th, 40th...(multiples of 10) mooers will be rewarded with 88 points each!
          Duration: Now- Dec 28, 2021 11:59 PM SGT
          moomoo annual ceremony is happening right now! Check it out here:  2021 in Review: Grow Together to the Moon!
          2021 in Review: Market Insights and Investing Tips of the Year
          $VICOM Ltd(WJP.SG)$ this is one stock that we can stay invested..stable dividend but might not see price appreciation for a while...but with the new EVs coming in the market, there could be potential new revenue stream...