Swaggy's Top Stonks - Cryptos Flushed
A look at what stocks and cryptos are trending and why.
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Big week of earnings ahead. I'll get into what stocks were trending this week as well as what companies I'm watching to report next week.
CryptoBROs get the smackdown
CryptoBROs get the smackdown
The rug-pull has been a real one as crypto currencies were in free-fall over the weekend. Here's a quick glance over at the SwaggyStocks social volume on the crypto side of town.
All the top coins and supposedly shitcoins "store's of value" were proving to not really be a store of value as they were down BIGLY for the day and week. Not much news around crypto currencies lately, but they have been trading somewhat in parallel to the rest of the equities market over the last several months. If stocks make a rebound we may just see a similar trend on the crypto side.
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Exciting names are reporting this week. We'll finally see just how bad supply chains are effecting some companies or if business is carrying on as usual. If business is booming is this what the market needs to make a reversal? Here's what I'm watching this week.
BMO = Before Market Open
AMC = After Market Close
IBM (IBM) - AMC
Logitech (LOGI) - AMC
Microsoft (MSFT) - AMC
Boeing (BA) - BMO
Tesla (TSLA) - AMC
Intel (INTC) - AMC
Mastercard (MA) - BMO
Visa (V) - AMC
Apple (AAPL) - AMC
Robinhood (HOOD) - AMC
Bite-Sized Earnings Lookout
-Microsoft is focused on growth in the cloud/Azure segment. Management may also shed more light upon the ATVI acquisition and further plans within the gaming world.
-Apple will comment on supply chain issues and give more clarity moving forward. IMO this will be something the market and the rest of the world is keeping an eye on.
-Another supply chain story, Intel may provide a look into the chip-shortage and what the next few months look like. Intel just recently announced a $20 billion investment to bring chip manufacturing into the United States.
-Robinhoood: This one will be on many investors' radars as they dive into their monthly active users. Last quarter saw a decline in users and a decline in profits from crypto trading. All eyes will be on those numbers as well as guidance moving forward.
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Trending Tickers on WallStreetBets
Sentiment is beginning to lean on the bearish side after the market route. We've seen names like Netflix, Peloton, and Robinhood take an absolute beating. Meme stocks are on life support, but I suspect there may be a new light on the horizon. Stocks can only be over-sold by so much, will an increase in rates finally be what makes the market turn around to the upside, "the worst is behind us" so to speak? We'll find out.
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