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19 September 2021
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top 10 list: Most Pessimistic Stocks in the news (09/11 - 09/14)

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15/09/2021 - 04:26

Here is a compiled list that we pulled for the mood of the market when looking at the MOST PESSIMISTIC TICKERS featured in this week of (9/11-9/14) $NVDA Nvidia ???? $AMZN Amazon ???? ???? $PH Parker-Hannifin ???? $MU Micron $INTU Intuit $FB Facebook $NFLX Netflix $GOOGL Alph. Cl. A $TMUS T-Mobile $T AT&T bonus: $PEP ???? ​ https://preview.redd.it/3avya5z6vkn71.png?width=410&format=png&auto=webp&s=ece056f19e212246df629c21eda1411376036764   submitted by   /u/babbldev [link]   [comments]


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  35. Rate My Portfolio - r/Stocks Quarterly Thread March 2021 (01/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Please use this thread to discuss your portfolio, learn of other stock tickers, and help out users by giving constructive criticism. Why quarterly? Public companies report earnings quarterly; many investors take this as an opportunity to rebalance their portfolios. We highly recommend you do some reading: A list of relevant posts & book recommendations. You can find stocks on your own by using a scanner like your broker's or Finviz. To help further, here's a list of relevant websites. If you don't have a broker yet, see our list of brokers or search old posts. If you haven't started investing or trading yet, then setup your paper trading. Be aware of Business Cycle Investing which Fidelity issues updates to the state of global business cycles every 1 to 3 months (note: Fidelity changes their links often, so search for it since their take on it is enlightening). Investopedia's take on the Business Cycle and their video. If you need help with a falling stock price, check out Investopedia's The Art of Selling A Losing Position and their list of biases. Here's a list of all the previous portfolio stickies.   submitted by   /u/AutoModerator [link]   [comments]
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  36. Rate My Portfolio - r/Stocks Quarterly Thread June 2021 (01/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Please use this thread to discuss your portfolio, learn of other stock tickers, and help out users by giving constructive criticism. Why quarterly? Public companies report earnings quarterly; many investors take this as an opportunity to rebalance their portfolios. We highly recommend you do some reading: A list of relevant posts & book recommendations. You can find stocks on your own by using a scanner like your broker's or Finviz. To help further, here's a list of relevant websites. If you don't have a broker yet, see our list of brokers or search old posts. If you haven't started investing or trading yet, then setup your paper trading. Be aware of Business Cycle Investing which Fidelity issues updates to the state of global business cycles every 1 to 3 months (note: Fidelity changes their links often, so search for it since their take on it is enlightening). Investopedia's take on the Business Cycle and their video. If you need help with a falling stock price, check out Investopedia's The Art of Selling A Losing Position and their list of biases. Here's a list of all the previous portfolio stickies.   submitted by   /u/AutoModerator [link]   [comments]
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  37. ARKX Speculation List of Stocks, SPACS, and their Space Exploration Fund in Japan (26/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1R3wdGQXxz8ST5ooSXkiYe2mWj18dpHlRouZTvlRCMFc/edit?usp=sharing Hey all, as we know ARKX will be available to trade likely next week on the 29th. I have updated my spreadsheet of speculation list of stocks, SPACS, and their space exploration fund in Japan. If you have any companies to add let me know!   submitted by   /u/reggieoninvesting [link]   [comments]
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  38. Tier list of stocks by their average news sentiment expressed during the month of August: (26/08/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I put together this tier List of #stock market news sentiment over the month of August. How it works: I measured the optimism/pessimism/speculation expressed about each stock/crypto in new articles then aggregated their scores across all articles into a "bullish" rating for each ticker, and grouped them by percentile into the buckets you see below. ​ Ticker Sentiment Tiers: most bullish: $JPM $LTC $GE $CRO very bullish: $SNDL $USDC $ADA $FE $IR pretty bullish: $AVGO $FIS $RTX $GS slightly bullish: $DKNG $SPWR $CLOV $RIOT neutral: $ABC $UPS $FOX $TGT $EOS slightly bearish: $CME $COST $EBAY $GPS $OCGN pretty bearish: $DOGE $ICE $PEP very: $CCI $EA $GM $PNC most: $TXN $DOW $PLUG $IP $SO $CB ​ Source: 11,042 finance articles published across a variety of platforms (SeekingAlpha, Benzinga, Yahoo Finance, MarketWatch, The Motley Fool, 100+ others) Tickers must have a minimum of 20 articles to be included in the tier list https://preview.redd.it/a4gnjf9eqpj71.png?width=1617&format=png&auto=webp&s=49ebc34d35d73a8056cf8bf43bdc6d78a7f97c41   submitted by   /u/babbldev [link]   [comments]
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  39. AFTER GME/AMC BECOME A BILLIONAIRE!!! (22/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    AFTER GME/AMC BECOME A BILLIONAIRE!!! The stock market as a whole will crash when gmc/amc pop, people with no clue will just bail. And when the market takes a nose dive it always OVER CORRECTS on the down, then bounces back, before it's back to business as usual. Over the history of the stock market EVERYONE that bought the dip of a big market drop came out of it WEALTHY. Now your saying, who the fuck cares, I have money ????????. But everyone loves more money, and this could be your one chance in a lifetime to buy quality stock at FIRE-SALE prices. And turn you into a person that could buy a house cash, to the person that can buy there own private island and private jet. DO THIS: make a list of quality stocks you would buy if only you had a chance to buy them on sale. Put this list aside for launch day. Don't wait to o this because when it's launch day your brain will be scrambled with emotions. At the right time, pull out your list and buy up these stocks with some of your winnings. See you on the other side.   submitted by   /u/State_Dear [link]   [comments]
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  40. Are the tips from stock-market websites really useful? (17/08/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    As many of you probably know, TipRanks, Seeking Alpha and similar websites actively share the latest stock recommendations from more or less known analysts. The general impression upon reading them is that we are being given a rather professionally elaborated set of info. But how do the recommended stock perform months later? Here I am analyzing the performance of stocks suggested in the articles published by TipRanks over the last year. I have chosen TipRanks because they have a very active mailing list with heaps of info. If I find some spare time, I might do the same type of check on other similar websites. So I have randomly selected a group of articles over the past year or so, and have checked the performance of each of recommended stocks. The last line under each article shows the performance of S&P 500 in the given time period (which spans between 4 to 9 months). Here we go: https://www.tipranks.com/news/article/jpmorgan-2-stocks-for-stellar-long-term-gains/ 4.1 months later, the performance of recommended stocks is: CTMX: -36% KALA: -62% S&P 500: +7% https://www.tipranks.com/news/article/analysts-say-these-3-stocks-are-their-top-picks-for-2021-4/ 4.3 months later, the performance of recommended stocks is: ASND: -5% ALVR: -21% WDC: -14% S&P 500: +8% https://www.tipranks.com/news/article/2-strong-buy-biotech-stocks-with-major-catalysts-approaching/ 4.7 months later: ARDX: -78% HRTX: -30% S&P 500: +11% https://www.tipranks.com/news/article/these-3-strong-buy-stocks-are-top-picks-for-2021-say-analysts/ 7 months later: TALO: -10% TWLO: -22% SIBN: -32% S&P 500: +15% https://www.tipranks.com/news/article/3-strong-buy-stocks-insiders-are-snapping-up-2/ 7.8 months later: VST: -5% GDYN: +85% ARVN: +4% S&P 500: +19% https://www.tipranks.com/news/article/billionaire-ray-dalio-picks-up-these-3-strong-buy-stocks/ 8.3 months later: BAX: -5% CVS: +19% DAR: +31% S&P 500: +22% https://www.tipranks.com/news/article/3-monster-growth-stocks-that-still-have-room-to-run-2/ 8.8 months later: BAND: -27 % W: +15% SDGR: -17% S&P 500: +22% ​ The results of the above analysis look quite miserable: Only 2 of stocks recommended in the articles have outperformed the marked. Only 5 out of 19 suggested stocks have realized a gain to date, the rest of them are at loss. 11 out of 19 suggested stocks have lost more than 10% of the initial value. 8 out of 19 suggested stocks have lost more than 20% of the initial value. This leaves me quite puzzled about the usefulness of freely-available info from stock analysts. But I would like to hear your opinion as well - did you find their tips useful and follow their suggestions, and did you realize gains by doing so? Cheers   submitted by   /u/sslavi [link]   [comments]
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  41. r/Stocks Discuss Overlooked Stocks Tuesday - Feb 16, 2021 (16/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Now's the time to discuss overlooked stocks that no one is talking about: Overlooked & possibly undervalued stocks. All the rules of r/Stocks still apply, so please see the sidebar or click here. But here's the twist you can't bring up meme stocks that have been hotly discussed in the past several weeks. Those stocks that everyone has been talking about, you can't bring up here or they'll be autoremoved. Why? It's to keep this thread pure & focused. The current list of meme stocks can be found here. So don't mention these stocks in this post or your comment will be removed. Need ideas on which stocks to discuss, try a screener like this one. Search past overlooked stock discussions here. Also check out our wiki After discussing your stock here, feel free to create a post on r/Stocks with all the information you might have just learned. Thanks & enjoy!   submitted by   /u/AutoModerator [link]   [comments]
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  42. r/Stocks Discuss Overlooked Stocks Friday - Feb 12, 2021 (12/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Now's the time to discuss overlooked stocks that no one is talking about: Overlooked & possibly undervalued stocks. All the rules of r/Stocks still apply, so please see the sidebar or click here. But here's the twist you can't bring up meme stocks that have been hotly discussed in the past several weeks. Those stocks that everyone has been talking about, you can't bring up here or they'll be autoremoved. Why? It's to keep this thread pure & focused. The current list of meme stocks can be found here. So don't mention these stocks in this post or your comment will be removed. Need ideas on which stocks to discuss, try a screener like this one. Search past overlooked stock discussions here. Also check out our wiki After discussing your stock here, feel free to create a post on r/Stocks with all the information you might have just learned. Thanks & enjoy!   submitted by   /u/AutoModerator [link]   [comments]
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  43. r/Stocks Discuss Overlooked Stocks Wednesday - Feb 17, 2021 (17/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Now's the time to discuss overlooked stocks that no one is talking about: Overlooked & possibly undervalued stocks. All the rules of r/Stocks still apply, so please see the sidebar or click here. But here's the twist you can't bring up meme stocks that have been hotly discussed in the past several weeks. Those stocks that everyone has been talking about, you can't bring up here or they'll be autoremoved. Why? It's to keep this thread pure & focused. The current list of meme stocks can be found here. So don't mention these stocks in this post or your comment will be removed. Need ideas on which stocks to discuss, try a screener like this one. Search past overlooked stock discussions here. Also check out our wiki After discussing your stock here, feel free to create a post on r/Stocks with all the information you might have just learned. Thanks & enjoy!   submitted by   /u/AutoModerator [link]   [comments]
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  44. r/Stocks Discuss Overlooked Stocks Monday - Feb 15, 2021 (15/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Now's the time to discuss overlooked stocks that no one is talking about: Overlooked & possibly undervalued stocks. All the rules of r/Stocks still apply, so please see the sidebar or click here. But here's the twist you can't bring up meme stocks that have been hotly discussed in the past several weeks. Those stocks that everyone has been talking about, you can't bring up here or they'll be autoremoved. Why? It's to keep this thread pure & focused. The current list of meme stocks can be found here. So don't mention these stocks in this post or your comment will be removed. Need ideas on which stocks to discuss, try a screener like this one. Search past overlooked stock discussions here. Also check out our wiki After discussing your stock here, feel free to create a post on r/Stocks with all the information you might have just learned. Thanks & enjoy!   submitted by   /u/AutoModerator [link]   [comments]
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  45. How to automate buying and selling based on screener results? (17/08/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I have a stock screener setup that I really like. It typically kicks out about 20-50 stocks that I think seem interesting. Is there an easy way to automate buying and selling of the top 10 results once per day? As far as I can tell the screener doesn’t export the list in an excel or csv format but I could make that if needed. Then I would need some sort of interface to load this to and have it execute. If it’s already in the portfolio it would hold, new in list = buy $x amount, was in list yesterday but not anymore = sell. Then the process reflows once per day. Anyone here have a basic setup like this? How did you set it up? Do I need to learn a programming language? Any advice on where to start?   submitted by   /u/Any-Rise-6300 [link]   [comments]
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  46. How do I find what name a company is traded under if its not available on their website? (10/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Newbie here and Iv had this happen to me several tomes where I couldnt find the name that a company was traded under. For example I see whats on the news now with Colonial pipeline and if I want to see what their stocks doing I typed in Colonial pipeline as well as some other keywords/names on their websites affiliate list etc and nothing comes up. Is there a site that can help with this? I understand I could look it up but I did this before coming here and just news articles come up etc. What do you guys do if you hear about a company and want to look into it but cant find any information on its stock name?   submitted by   /u/VURORA [link]   [comments]
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  47. r/Stocks Discuss Overlooked Stocks Wednesday - Jun 02, 2021 (02/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    It's lunchtime, Wall St time; time to discuss overlooked stocks that no one is talking about: Overlooked & possibly undervalued stocks. All the rules of r/Stocks still apply, so please see the sidebar or click here. But here's the twist you can't bring up meme stocks that have been hotly discussed in the past several weeks. Those stocks that everyone has been talking about, you can't bring up here or they'll be autoremoved. Why? It's to keep this thread pure & focused. The current list of meme stocks can be found here. So don't mention these stocks in this post or your comment will be removed. Need ideas on which stocks to discuss, try a screener like this one. Important links: Previous discussions on overlooked stocks General discussions Rate my portfolio threads Check out our wiki After discussing your stock here, feel free to create a post on r/Stocks with all the information you might have just learned. Thanks & enjoy!   submitted by   /u/AutoModerator [link]   [comments]
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  48. r/Stocks Discuss Overlooked Stocks Thursday - Feb 18, 2021 (18/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    It's lunchtime, Wall St time; time to discuss overlooked stocks that no one is talking about: Overlooked & possibly undervalued stocks. All the rules of r/Stocks still apply, so please see the sidebar or click here. But here's the twist you can't bring up meme stocks that have been hotly discussed in the past several weeks. Those stocks that everyone has been talking about, you can't bring up here or they'll be autoremoved. Why? It's to keep this thread pure & focused. The current list of meme stocks can be found here. So don't mention these stocks in this post or your comment will be removed. Need ideas on which stocks to discuss, try a screener like this one. Important links: * Previous discussions on overlooked stocks * General discussions * Rate my portfolio threads * Check out our wiki After discussing your stock here, feel free to create a post on r/Stocks with all the information you might have just learned. Thanks & enjoy!   submitted by   /u/AutoModerator [link]   [comments]
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  49. r/Stocks Discuss Overlooked Stocks Tuesday - Mar 30, 2021 (30/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    It's lunchtime, Wall St time; time to discuss overlooked stocks that no one is talking about: Overlooked & possibly undervalued stocks. All the rules of r/Stocks still apply, so please see the sidebar or click here. But here's the twist you can't bring up meme stocks that have been hotly discussed in the past several weeks. Those stocks that everyone has been talking about, you can't bring up here or they'll be autoremoved. Why? It's to keep this thread pure & focused. The current list of meme stocks can be found here. So don't mention these stocks in this post or your comment will be removed. Need ideas on which stocks to discuss, try a screener like this one. Important links: * Previous discussions on overlooked stocks * General discussions * Rate my portfolio threads * Check out our wiki After discussing your stock here, feel free to create a post on r/Stocks with all the information you might have just learned. Thanks & enjoy!   submitted by   /u/AutoModerator [link]   [comments]
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