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    TA Challenge: Post your TDS 9 charts & analysis to win stock cash coupons

    Happy new year, mooers! Cheerlead
    In 2022, the Moo community launched 10 technical analysis challenges. Big thanks to all mooers for your active participation! There's no end to learning, so let us keep it up to become pro traders together!
    Today, we'd like to introduce another indicator to you: DeMark 9® (TDS 9). TDS 9 is an automatically generated sequence. Want to have a try? All you need to do is select it from the "Main-Char...
    TA Challenge: Post your TDS 9 charts & analysis to win stock cash coupons
    TA Challenge: Post your TDS 9 charts & analysis to win stock cash coupons
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    Identify a turning point using TDS9

    Basically there are 3 steps to get a buy signal using daily data:
    1) Setup.  There must be a  decline of at least nine or more consequtive.
    2) Intersection.  The high of any day on or after the eighth day of the set up must be greater than the low of any day three or more days earlier.
    3) Countdown. Count the number of days in which we close lower than the close two days ago (doesn’t need to be continuous).
    When the countdown reaches 13, we get a buy signal.
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    Identify a turning point using TDS9
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    TDS 9 🔃

    DeMark 9 (TDS 9) is a technical analysis tool used by traders to identify potential market turning points. It generates buy and sell signals based on a price bar pattern in a chart. The TDS 9 involves counting the number of price bars in a given pattern and deciding whether to buy or sell based on whether a certain threshold is reached. When the number of price bars in a specific pattern reaches 9, it is considered a sell signal, indicating that the trend may be changing.
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    Novavax files for interim authorization of COVID-19 vaccine in Singapore

    $Novavax(NVAX.US)$ announces its submission to the Singapore Health Sciences Authority (HSA) for interim authorization of its COVID-19 vaccine, NVX-CoV2373, under the Pandemic Special Access Route.
    Shares down 1.4% premarket at $198.
    The filing includes clinical data from two pivotal Phase 3 clinical trials, PREVENT-19 conducted in U.S. and Mexico; and U.K. trial including 15,000 participants.
    Novavax recently received Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for the vaccine in Philippines, and has filed for vaccine approval in South Korea.
    Novavax' COVID-19 vaccine is packaged as a ready-to-use liquid formulation in a vial containing ten doses. The vaccination regimen calls for two 0.5 ml doses (5 microgram antigen and 50 microgram Matrix-M adjuvant) given intramuscularly 21 days apart. The vaccine is stored at 2°- 8° Celsius, enabling the use of existing vaccine supply and cold chain channels.
    The EMA has also started evaluating Novavax's marketing application for its COVID-19 vaccine.
    Novavax files for interim authorization of COVID-19 vaccine in Singapore
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    $Netflix(NFLX.US)$ The big hits only just started. December is packed with some of their most anticipated releases:
    🔥The Witcher
    🔥 Money Heist
    🔥 Cobra Kai
    🔥 Lost in Space
    🔥 Dont look up
    🔥 The Unforgiveable
    🔥 The Power of the Dog
    🔥 The Lost Daughter
    🔥 The Hand of God
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    $Netflix(NFLX.US)$ People don't like being told by a moralizing establishment what they may not hear or watch. And that is Netflix's opportunity.
    This is what NFLX currently doing: preach its woke religion. Who watches "Dear White People"?
    The NFLX shows that actually draw an audience are never the woke garbage the company throws up in subscribers' faces every day. It's shows like Stranger Things and Queen's Gambit. The author is 100% wrong if he believes that NFLX subscribers are eager for more contemporary social commentary. NFLX already squanders billions on that unwatchable crap each year.
    Squid Game is popular, but not as social commentary. Let's get real. Here on planet earth, the poor have their debts forgiven and get to sign up for a universal basic income (refundable tax credits for being poor, refundable tax credits for having children, food stamps, Medicaid, housing subsidies, etc.), dispensing with the need to ever work again. For over a year in the USA, nobody had to pay their rent or mortgage if they simply checked a box labeled "Covid Hardship".
    If there were a real Squid Game, only the mentally ill and suicidal would agree to play it. Sane poor people would sit back, relax, and watch the game on TV, while taxpayers covered their room and board.
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    AAPL autonomous car developments are still looming large in the electric vehicle

    $Apple(AAPL.US)$ The report last week on Apple targeting the launch of an autonomous vehicle within four years continues to influence trading in the electric vehicle sector and with suppliers of autonomous technology. Some traders are trying to pinpoint which companies would benefit if Apple partners up with a manufacturer, while some analysts are making the case that an EV commitment from Apple could be supportive of the industry as a whole in terms of mass adoption. UBS and Loup Ventures, in particular, think Apple's AI tech is advanced.
    $Aeva Technologies(AEVA.US)$, $Luminar Technologies(LAZR.US)$ and $Innoviz Technologies(INVZ.US)$ are all higher in morning trading.
    $Canoo(GOEV.US)$, $Lucid Group(LCID.US)$ and $Fisker(FSR.US)$ were also notable gainers on the day.
    Meanwhile, $Aurora Innovation(AUR.US)$ and $Ouster(OUST.US)$ are giving back some of the last week's gains.
    AAPL autonomous car developments are still looming large in the electric vehicle
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    Two reasons I will hold on to PayPal

    $PayPal(PYPL.US)$ Two factors make me especially bullish on PayPal; Venmo and the power of its Balance Sheet.
    Starting with Venmo, this is perhaps the biggest reason why I think PayPal still holds plenty of value and growth potential. Venmo is one of the most popular payment Apps in the United States. In 2020 over $159 billion in transactions were processed through Venmo in 2020, and the App is on track to deliver $900 million in revenues in 2021 according to the latest earnings call.
    But Venmo is barely scratching the surface of what it can achieve, both in terms of growth and monetization. When it comes to the latter, we can see that Venmo can still come a long way in terms of monetization if we compare it to $Block(SQ.US)$ CashApp. According to estimates, CashApp produced $54 per user in 2020, while Venmo only made $12 from each active user. There are slight differences in transaction costs, but most of this comes from the fact that CashApp is used more for cryptocurrency transactions. This is something Venmo can easily replicate.
    In terms of growth though, Venmo can go much farther. Originally, Venmo was conceived as a peer-to-peer payment system, but this is quickly moving to businesses too. $Amazon(AMZN.US)$ will be accepting Venmo payments starting in 2022, and I believe this will see significant success.
    Venmo has a place in the mobile phones of 65 million people, and this is something PayPal can leverage to its advantage moving forward.
    The other big reason I will continue to hold PayPal is its incredible Balance Sheet, and all the growth opportunities this opens. PayPal has $13.29 billion in cash and negative net debt. It has a much stronger balance sheet than its most established peers, such as $MasterCard(MA.US)$. It's now time for PayPal to put this money to good use to expand its platform, especially internationally, something we already got a taste of in the last investor presentation.
    On September 7th, it was announced that PayPal was acquiring Paidy, which uses artificial intelligence to find out the creditworthiness of its users and offers payment instalment plans. This is just one example of how PayPal can enter new markets and expand its footprint. Much like I argued before with Shopify, PayPal can now leverage Paidy to also push its other payment platforms into the Japanese market. I am very excited to see what other acquisitions PayPal will make.
    Two reasons I will hold on to PayPal
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    Sky-high EV stock valuations could steer F and GM into the spinoff line

    $General Motors(GM.US)$ and $Ford Motor(F.US)$ have given no indication that they are considering a spinoff of their electric vehicles businesses, but that could change in a market where $Tesla(TSLA.US)$trades with a market cap of over one trillion dollars, $Rivian Automotive(RIVN.US)$ skyrockets past a $100B valuation on its first day of trading and $Lucid Group(LCID.US)$ sits with a market cap of over $75B well ahead of mass deliveries.
    Datatrek makes the point that traditional automakers are at a huge competitive disadvantage relative to electric vehicle pure plays when it comes to accessing capital markets. Companies like Tesla (TSLA), Rivian Automotive (RIVN) and Lucid Group (LCID) have an easier route to low-cost capital by issuing shares into red-hot demand. At the moment, that investor demand is seen supported by market expectations that General Motors (GM) and Ford (F) will not break off their electric vehicle businesses into separate pure-play EV companies.
    The breakup road for GM and Ford to take is pretty straightforward, per Datatrek. First, the companies would create an EV "newco" to include parts of the EV business like R&D, product design, parts sourcing and assembly. The next step would be to hire a CEO and CFO from the tech world, but with experience in design and manufacturing, and then staff the rest of the organization from the top-performing ranks of existing management. A strong, independent board and an outside chairperson would also be a positive, especially if the have venture capital and technology chops. Finally, GM (GM) and Ford (F) would fire off a sale of 19.9% of the new pure-play EV companies in an initial public offering to bring in as much as $10B and leave plenty of room for investor interest. Even tricky issues like how to deal with the UAW and distinguishing brands (F-150 ICE vs. F-150 Lightning) could have clever workarounds if the Detroit giants make the move.
    "It is not that Ford and GM can't compete in EVs or AVs – they can. It is that their chances improve materially if they can have an equity currency that goes toe – to – toe with Tesla and (now) Apple," reasons Datatrek on the scenario.
    Other auto industry analysts have observed that GM's Cruise subsidiary in particular could have an easier time striking key partnerships if free of the old Detroit roots.
    Sky-high EV stock valuations could steer F and GM into the spinoff line
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    $Tesla(TSLA.US)$ I guess Bernie's mad at Elon over this because he wanted him to wait until some higher taxation bill went thru Congress and became law?
    That being the case, good for Musk. Can't believe I'm defending him.
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