Swaggy's Top Stonks - Sentiment Winners & Losers
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Swaggy's Top Stonks
November 28, 2021
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Today we'll be going through sentiment winners and losers from the week and WTF happened in the markets on Friday.
This time I'll be starting with the trending tickers from the week and we'll break-down the market movements below.
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What happened in the crypto markets this week?
Bitcoin (BTC) is down 8% this week and is currently trading at it's support of $54-55k (lowest point in the last month).
Ethereum (ETH) is also trading lower this week, but has been a bit more resilient. Like BTC it's also trading at it's lowest point in the last 30 days.
Crypt . com Coin (CRO) has been making the top of the trending list this week due to some of their newly signed sponsorship deals. The coin is up roughly 50% this week and nearly 300% in the last month.
Shiba Inu (SHIBA) has nose-dived 20% to the downside this week and down 50% in the last month. Most of the "doge" coins have seen some selling pressure as of late and lost steam.
WallStreetBets - Most Mentioned Equities
Let's dig into some of the movers from this week.
Zoom Video (ZM) after a 20% drop on Monday and Cathie Wood buying the dip the stock has rebounded nearly 10% since. Great timing Cathie!
Gamestop (GME) had a rough week of 10% to the downside, mainly driven by Friday's 5% decline. GME is back under $200 per share for the first time in several weeks.
Nvidia (NVDA) has been one of the most mentioned tickers for several weeks due to the stock's strong performance. Many WSBers believe Friday's dip was a great buying opportunity as they remain bullish.
Disney (DIS) is making the top list after a 25% decline this month. One thing I've learned is to never FK with the mouse.
PayPal (PYPL) is another household name that is down HUGE in the last month. PayPal is an industry leader in payments and is down over 60% in the last 3 months. Interestingly enough on Friday while the market was down bigly, PayPal was only down -0.50%. Potential bottom?
Micron Tech (MU) also making the top list after a strong performance this month.
Rivian (RIVN) and Lucid (LCID) seem to both be cooling off after experiencing something similar to the WallStreetBets "effect". Both names peaked two weeks ago after becoming overly hyped and the share price appreciating over 100%. They are down roughly 25% in the last 10 days.
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