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October 7, 2021

Welcome newcomers to Swaggy's Top Stonks and thank you for subscribing. This is the end-of-week run-down where we take a look at what's trending, why, and some potential opportunities.


This Week's Letter

  • Sentiment Report

  • Stocks Picking Up Steam

  • Trending Tickers


Sentiment Report

#1 SmileDirectClub (SDC)

This is currently the #1 most mentioned stock on WallStreetBets for reasons none other than the short-interest play. SDC had a nice day yesterday and provided 6% return. WSB hoping that this is the squeeze.

Looking back at the 6-month sentiment vs stock price chart SDC looks to still be in a relatively calm area with the potential of getting back to it's former glory. of $12 per share (currently $7).

Tilray (TLRY)

Tilray reported earnings in pre-market and the results were lack-luster. TLRY opened red, but has turned green carried by the rest of the market strength.


Palantir (PLTR)

Palantir has seen lots of good news in the last few days which include signing several large contracts. PLTR was up 15% in pre-market yesterday, but shockingly ended the day only +1.5%. It takes a lot for this stock to gain momentum, however, there are a couple things holding this stock back. Here they are the following.

First is from PLTR's recent earnings call (transcript).

Management is talking about Papa Karp's (CEO) options compensation. Many investors look at the insider transactions and only see that Karp is selling a boatload of shares. However, if he doesn't exercise these options by the end of the year he will lose all his shares. He's actually paying massive amount in taxes compared to if he was able to exercise his options over the next several years.

The other factor is Palantir's hefty valuation and shares float.

This data is per FinViz, but forward P/E it quite high. Price/Sales is quite high. Price/Book is quite high.

As much as I believe Palantir will eventually become a world-renowned company and begin to compete with other mega-cap stocks, it's valuation is pretty rich at this point in time. Combine that with Papa Karp exercising options and periodically selling hundreds of thousands of shares with a 1.9 billion float and we have figured out why the stock price hasn't really done much this year -even off good news.

ContextLogic (WISH)

WISH is the highly popular online retailer -a flea market, if you will. TheStonksHub wrote a pretty good in-depth analysis of the company and their business model, check it out. WISH has been hit hard and is somewhat trading at an unbelievable price/sales of only 1.11. They are currently doing 2.8 billion in sales and have a market cap of 3 billion, incredible. Even with the poor quality of product they sell they do have a large amount of users and an established network. This could be a decent entry point for this severely beaten stock, down almost 70% from the intra-day highs not long ago.

Sentiment is picking up due to how "under-valued" the company currently is, according to WallStreetBets.


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Stocks Picking Up Steam

The only way you can find the next meme stock is buy monitoring trends frequently. Luckily, SwaggyStocks has your back. Here's a look at stock that are picking up steam over the last 24 hours.

Interesting Headlines

  • Ginkgo Bioworks (DNA): This company making headlines after yesterday's 10% decline. The company just IPO'd on September 17th and has performed poorly. WSB is very aware of this.

  • Affirm (AFRM) mentions up 2,200% after the stock making some bullish moves to the upside. AFRM shares closed up 20% yesterday.

  • RKLB continues to build social momentum this week. I highlighted this stock on Tuesday as it continues to trend under the radar.

  • Other interesting names beginning to trend include EA, MSTR, and MINT.


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