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Top 10 Reddit Stocks As Frenzy Hints At Life Beyond WallStreetBets

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10/06/2021 - 19:41

https://www.investors.com/news/reddit-stocks-hing-at-life-beyond-wallstreetbets-forum/?src=A00220 APARNA NARAYANAN 12:12 PM ET 06/10/2021 Reddit stocks were mostly lower Thursday while the frenzy behind the rally in the likes of AMC Entertainment (AMC) and GameStop (GME) shows signs of extending beyond social-media buzz. Volume 0%03:5604:0004:00 Bank of America analysts also ranked Reddit stocks in order of mentions in the top 100 posts on WallStreetBets over the last week. In the process, they also found total discussion across all Reddit stocks on the influential forum hasn't grown recently, with mentions of AMC stock and GME stock below highs seen early this year. "In addition, our proxy for retail demand for equity call options has barely moved the past two weeks. This suggests others beyond just Reddit users may be driving up the stocks," BofA analysts wrote. AMC stock fell nearly 5% to 47.10 on the stock market today. GME stock tumbled 14% after announcing another share offering and disclosing an SEC probe. IBD Live: A New Tool For Daily Stock Market Analysis Top 10 Reddit Stocks AMC GameStop Clean Energy Fuels (CLNE) Workhorse Group (WKHS) Wendy's (WEN) Virgin Galactic (SPCE) Academy Sports and Outdoors (ASO) Athene Holding (ATH) Beyond Meat (BYND) Silvergate Capital (SI) Other top Reddit stocks according to BofA include Antero Midstream (AM), Natus Medical (NTUS) and Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) In addition, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has also seen high short interest and joined the Reddit stocks list for the first time. While the stocks have notched several new highs and created wealth for many investors, they're not traditional CAN SLIM stocks. Many of them have weak fundamentals and don't yet deserve their high valuation. Find Aparna Narayanan on Twitter at @IBD_Aparna. ​   submitted by   /u/SavannahSmiles_ [link]   [comments]


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  33. I created a Ticker Search Function within Reddit because their native search function sucks for stocks (15/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Basically, I became fed up with using Reddit's native search function to research on what people were saying on different stocks. If you've tried it, you'll know what I mean. It's enough to make anyones eyes bleed searching for the info they want. How did I do it? Reddit does not have a limit on the number of wiki pages you can create for a subreddit. So I created a database that catalogs all posts mentioning a ticker in the post title or body from the major investing subreddits. I then mirrored the database on the subreddit wiki. Each post is sorted by DD/Discussion/News/Misc. with the price of the stock near the time of the post. Here's an example of CRSR - https://www.reddit.com/r/MillennialBets/wiki/index/stocks/crsr An example of WISH - https://www.reddit.com/r/MillennialBets/wiki/index/stocks/wish All you need to do is change the ticker at the end of the link and it will bring you to the page. The index page also has an index page that sorts the stocks by alphabetical order as well as a ranker to see what's trending. https://www.reddit.com/r/MillennialBets/wiki/index I personally use it all the time to see what's trending on the investing subreddits. Let me know if you have any suggestions or improvements!   submitted by   /u/MillennialBets [link]   [comments]
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  34. Reddit is planning to go public... How will the current situation affect this? (25/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So Reddit is planned to drop it's IPO. However, with the current situation of the mod everyone is talking about, I don't think this will be good for reddit. They recently fired said employee. They've been silent up until 30 minutes ago from the time I typed this out: https://www.reddit.com/r/announcements/comments/mcisdf/an_update_on_the_recent_issues_surrounding_a/ How do you all think this will affect reddit when it's released to the public? Do you think this will cause it to be shorted? Or will firing them make people like reddit again?   submitted by   /u/SystemLegal [link]   [comments]
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  35. This subreddit is becoming a pump and dump (10/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hi, I'm here to share my DD on insert stock that I own calls for here So essentially List highly exaggerated positives with no negatives at all I'm now going to go onto my alt account and make a few similar posts whilst gilding them so everyone knows it's the truth. Once the bots upvote it further everyone will jump in pumping my stock up. I've cross posted it to wallstreetbets so it will get even more traction. Anyone else feel like this is how 9/10 DD posts are on this subreddit now? They are just pumping stocks over and over. Honestly, think we have just become wallstreetbets second subreddit because half our DDs come directly from there and we are getting less discussion on earnings etc and more on how BB/GME etc are going to become the next Microsoft by the end of the year.   submitted by   /u/markhalliday8 [link]   [comments]
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  36. Do you own TSMC, Google, Microsoft, Netflix. Samsung, Cloudflare, Spotify or Sonos stock? (03/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    ​ A few weeks ago I noticed none of those tickers ($TSM, $GOOG, $MSFT, $NFLX, $SMSN, $NET, $SPOT and $SONO) had dedicated subreddits to discuss investment-related news and analysis, post links, memes, etc. So I created a small network of subreddits in order to do just that. They are all very small at the moment, but I figure I can't be the only stock owner on Reddit with an interest in these companies. So if you're looking for a dedicated place to discuss any of these tickers, check them out! https://www.reddit.com/r/TSMC/ https://www.reddit.com/r/GoogleInvestors/ https://www.reddit.com/r/AppleInvestors/ https://www.reddit.com/r/MicrosoftInvestors/ https://www.reddit.com/r/NetflixInvestorsClub/ https://www.reddit.com/r/SamsungInvestorsClub/ https://www.reddit.com/r/CloudflareInvestors/ https://www.reddit.com/r/SpotifyInvestorsClub/ https://www.reddit.com/r/SonosInvestorsClub/   submitted by   /u/PraetorianX [link]   [comments]
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  37. New Subreddit Aggregating The Best Posts From Other Subs! (04/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Currently, many of us are filtering through 8 subs a day and a sea of low quality posts just to find the 1-2 high quality post that each sub receives per day. The golden nuggets so to speak. So r/investorshub will be cross posting the 1-3 best performing posts of the day from subs like Stocks, Investing, Economics, Options, Finance, Day Trading etc... (No WallStreetBets sorry) If you like the idea of a faster way to stay up to date on Reddit's finance world, without the hassle of filtering through posts come check it out. It's about time somebody makes a good news finance platform.   submitted by   /u/breakyourteethnow [link]   [comments]
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  38. : GameStop and AMC stocks spike anew, as Reddit struggles to stay online (24/02/2021 - Market Watch)
    Shares in GameStop Corp. and AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. suddenly resumed spiking late in Wednesday's trading session, as Reddit --- the online message board where investors gathered to discuss their interest in those stocks previously --- suffered from outages.
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  39. : GameStop and AMC stocks spike anew, as Reddit struggles to stay online (24/02/2021 - Market Watch)
    Shares in GameStop Corp. and AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. suddenly resumed spiking late in Wednesday's trading session, as Reddit --- the online message board where investors gathered to discuss their interest in those stocks previously --- suffered from outages.
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  40. CLNE Positioned Well (16/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I have never posted here, but I thought I would share a company with you called Clean Energy Fuels. If anyone has any thoughts or questions I would love to hear your input. https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/nzqice/clne_cornering_the_market/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf   submitted by   /u/Jmonahan581 [link]   [comments]
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  41. I used text mining to track and compare stock predictions in r/stocks, pennystocks, and WallStreetBets over two years. Here are the results: (10/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    tl;dr: After the events in January, a team of researchers from USF looked at lots of stock predictions from r/wallstreetbets and concluded that they tend to perform very well. However, predictions on r/stocks performed slightly better, and r/pennystocks blew them both out of the water. Scroll down to “results” for details, or read “word choice” for some funny auxiliary results. Slightly longer tl;dr at the bottom. A few weeks ago, Business Insider posted this article, reviewing a research paper from a team of researchers from USF (Daniel Bradley, Jan Hanousek, Russell Jame, and Zicheng Xiao). In the wake of the GameStop/Melvin/Robinhood clusterfuck and subsequent congressional hearing in January, these researchers manually read through a huge number of DD posts on r/WallStreetBets and tracked the results of these predictions. They concluded that predictions on this subreddit perform very well, on average. In the debate about whether reddit posts mislead retail investors, it certainly seems like they do not. The article does a decent job of concisely summarizing the researchers’ papers, but the fine folks over on r/WallStreetBets… didn’t really get the point of the article. Maybe they skimmed it. Maybe they can’t read. I don’t know. Either way, when the article was posted on that subreddit, it was treated with derision (never change, WSB). (As a side note, whenever you come across an article on a popular publication that reviews a scientific research paper, you should try to find and read the actual paper. Often, the summary misinterprets the results of the paper, and even if not, they definitely leave out some really important or interesting results. In this case, the actual paper contains a huge depth of interesting auxiliary results and conversations, almost none of which are covered in the Business Insider article, and I won’t cover even half of them in this write-up.) This article came out about two weeks before I was wrapping up a text mining project that was asking the exact same questions. What immediately struck me was the fact that these researchers only looked at one subreddit. I had been tracking predictions in three: r/WallStreetBets, but also r/stocks and r/pennystocks. As such, I feel I can add some perspective that the researchers missed. (I’m a university student studying theoretical math. This started as a semester-long project in a text mining class, and I present the most relevant results from my findings here. I am not a professional in this field, and this is not financial advice.) Data I wanted to only take predictive posts that mention a particular stock ticker in these subreddits, so I only selected flaired posts – DD in WSB and r/pennystocks, and “ticker discussion” in r/stocks. (I had to exclude r/investing since that subreddit does not have flairs). The USF researchers did the same, taking DD posts from WSB. I also wanted to avoid the GameStop posting frenzy on these subreddits and take predictions old enough so that by April, I could measure their success or failure after at least six months. As such, I selected posts between January 1, 2019 and October 1, 2020. The team from USF similarly wanted to filter out GameStop frenzy on r/WallStreetBets, but they focused on success or failure of posts over a shorter time interval, looking primarily at two-day returns and three month returns. Their data ranges from 2018 to December 2020, although they do not give specific dates. I used pushshift to collect my data set. Not sure what the research team used. Methods This distinction is crucial. The team from USF looked at every post in their data set manually and noted the stock ticker mentioned and prediction direction. I used text mining to do this instead. The clear upside to my method is the fact that I was able to look at more posts, especially giving me the ability to compare returns and trends across different subreddits. Obviously, my results are not guaranteed to be perfectly accurate like theirs, though. With that being said, I used a number of text mining approaches, some simple, some sophisticated, and I am confident that my results are very accurate. After using text mining to isolate ticker symbols in these posts, I ended up with over 4000 predictions across all three subreddits (1253 in r/pennystocks, 644 in r/stocks, and 2628 in r/wallstreetbets). I also used sentiment analysis to obtain a prediction direction for each of these posts (either buy or sell). The research team, reading every post manually, always isolated the correct prediction direction, but sentiment analysis is more finicky. With that being said, several tests confirmed my method worked very well too. I’ll spare you the details. I’ll note here too that the researchers collected a lot more data than I am mentioning here, including retail trading volume of particular stocks on the day popular posts were made, and correlation between number of posts made about a stock and that stock’s price change. There’s a lot of cool stuff in their paper. I encourage you to read all of it. Results!!! Before I get into results, it is worth noting that the vast majority of these predictions were made during a massive bull run. This section should not be construed as financial advice, nor a suggestion that every post on these subreddits will always have these returns. I started by looking at 6-month returns on predictions. Here are the results as a nice table. In r/pennystocks, the median 6-month returns on these predictions was 63%, with mean returns of 234%. This discrepancy is driven in part by the fact that 8% of predictions reached 10x value over the course of 6 months. A natural question arises: maybe all of these predictions that 10x’ed were about the same stock. I checked this, but no single stock ticker was responsible for more than 19% of these 10x predictions. In r/stocks, median 6-month returns reached 35%, with mean returns of 71%. There were no predictions I collected in my data set during this time frame from r/stocks that reached 10x value over 6-months. It is possible that those do exist and I failed to scrape the ticker symbol. In r/WallStreetBets, median 6-month returns reached 34%, with mean returns of 71%. 2% of these predictions 10x’ed. However, I went back and checked these, and ~70% of these 10x predictions were about GME (these were the first few posts before October that started the frenzy, thanks DeepFuckingValue!). Removing these, returns from this subreddit still had median 34%, but mean returns fell to 52%. A few takeaways – first, these are massive, extremely impressive returns, even during huge bull run. This augments the USF team’s argument that reddit investing communities are NOT misleading retail investors. However, it is worth noting that r/WallStreetBets seems to perform the worst, on average. It does have its reputation for a reason (more on that later). I also simulated what would have happened if an investor put $1 into prediction in my data set at the time of the prediction, then pulled their money out all at once in March 2021. I compared this to what would have happened if they had put the same amount of money at the same time in VOO. Here's another nice table of results r/pennystocks performed the best. I found 1253 predictive posts in this subreddit between January 1, 2019 and October 1, 2020, and if one had invested $1 into the stock mentioned by each prediction, they would have realized 290% returns on their investment by March 2021. If instead they had put this money into VOO at the same time, their returns would only have been 24%. Again, many of these posts were about stocks that ultimately saw at least 5 times increase in value. In r/pennystocks, this was a very diverse group of stocks, but Microvision (MVIS) and CleanSpark (CLSK) are two very popular tech companies on this subreddit that each saw their value skyrocket. There were 30 predictions about these companies, and excluding these, returns from this subreddit would still have reached a whopping 250%. For r/Stocks, if one had invested $1 into every stock mentioned by predictive posts, they would have realized 152% return on investment on a total of 644 predictions over the same time frame. VOO returns would have only been 24%. However, these returns were driven by the popularity of Tesla (TSLA) on this subreddit, a stock which also grew tremendously in value. Removing 40 predictions about Tesla, returns in r/Stocks would only have reached 134%. In r/WallStreetBets, someone using the same investment strategy would have realized 112% returns by on 2628 predictions from the same time frame. If this investor had put that money into VOO instead, they would have made 26% returns (these posts were made at slightly different times than posts in the previous subreddits, so returns on investments in VOO made at the same time would not necessarily be the same as before). Again, Tesla and GameStop are popular companies on this subreddit that performed well over this time frame. Excluding these, r/WallStreetBets returns would only have reached 77%. Again, very impressive results, but take them with a grain of salt – it’s been a huge bull run recently. Still, we have to agree with the USF researchers that reddit communities are not misleading retail investors. Although yes, r/WallStreetBets still performed the worst. Word Choice This is my favorite part. I used a (modified version of a) text mining technique called Dunning Log-Likelihood ratio to examine word choice disparity across the three subreddits. In essence, it takes relative word frequency across the three subreddits in addition to how often those words are used to figure out which words are more characteristic of posts on each subreddit. For example, “the” is used a lot on all three subreddits, but at almost the exact same frequency, so “the” gets a score close to 0. “intercept” is used very rarely in any DD posts, but for some reason a little more often in r/stocks, so it gets a small-to-medium positive score in r/stocks and a negative score in r/pennystocks and r/wallstreetbets. “fuck” is used decently often in all three subreddits, but WAYYYY more often in WallStreetBets, so it gets a high positive score in r/WallStreetBets and a negative score in the others. Here are the top 40 words for the three subreddits. Remember, text mining is not perfect, so not all typos are taken out. In r/stocks, the top words are as expected – things like “growth,” “dividend,” “opinion,” and “portfolio” rise to the top. In r/pennystocks, I was surprised by how many pharmaceutical terms rose to the top - “fda,” “clinical,” and “development.” And finally, the r/WallStreetBets results are glorious. The top 40 words include “shit,” 3 variants of “fuck,” “calls,” “puts,” “tendies,” “autists,” and “retards.” Slightly longer tl;dr: The USF researchers concluded that r/wallstreetbets is not misleading retail investors, since their predictions tend to perform very well. Some took this to mean that traders on r/wallstreebets are skilled, but in fact WSB gets beaten by r/stocks on average, and these both get beaten by predictions on r/pennystocks (by a lot). See “results” above for exact numbers. This only strengthens the argument that reddit is not misleading retail investors. Also, r/pennystocks likes pharmaceuticals, and r/wallstreebets word choice is quantifiably as vulgar and degenerate as we know it to be. Again, see “word choice” for some funny auxiliary results.   submitted by   /u/FTV_baelor [link]   [comments]
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  42. Reddit darling Clover Health set for record high in latest 'meme stock' rally (09/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/reddit-darling-clover-health-jumps-083233874.html Wed, June 9, 2021, 1:32 AM (Reuters) -Shares of Clover Health Investments Corp jumped 18% and were on course to hit an all-time high on Wednesday, with individual traders on online discussion forums pumping up the stock a day after they sent it soaring about 86%. Medicare-backed insurance seller Clover Health is a new favorite of small-time traders who had previously sent shares of GameStop Corp and AMC Entertainment Holdings soaring using social media channels such as Reddit's WallStreetBets. On trading-focused site Stocktwits, message volume related to Clover Health more than doubled and 95.4% of the messages reflected a positive sentiment toward the heavily shorted stock. Clover Health was also among the most traded stocks premarket after logging the highest trading volume on U.S. exchanges on Tuesday. Among other "meme stocks", shares of video-game retailer GameStop were up 2.7% on Wednesday, while AMC and security solutions provider BlackBerry's U.S.-listing fell 7.4% and 5.4%, respectively. Lordstown Motors Corp was down 1.4% after Tuesday's 16.3% tumble, which was sparked by a "going concern" warning. The recent surge in some meme stocks has spurred some hedge funds into using options to bet against them while capping risk, seeking to avoid the fate of Melvin Capital, which was hit hard after betting against GameStop earlier this year. Clover's stock has climbed about 32% in the year through last close, with a Reddit-fueled jump of 190% this month making up for lackluster returns earlier in the year. (Reporting by Sagarika Jaisinghani and Aaron Saldanha in Bengaluru; Editing by Sriraj Kalluvila)   submitted by   /u/SavannahSmiles_ [link]   [comments]
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  43. AMD - One of Reddit's fav stock has its earnings tomorrow! (27/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    AMD, one of reddit's favorite stocks for the past 4 years has its earnings tomorrow! This company is currently wiping Intel off the menu and has arguably Reddit's fav CEO in Lisa Su. Their earrings are expected to do well so what do you guys think will happen this this week for AMD? Will it finally go past $100? Only time will tell. AMD actually looks pretty cheap as the Xilinx acquisition still doesn't appear to be fully reflected in the current share price.   submitted by   /u/gorays21 [link]   [comments]
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  44. WallStreetsBets Tracker App (23/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I created an app that helps to pinpoint spikes in comment volume for any ticker that is mentioned on the WallStreetBets and other stock related subreddits. Let me know what you think about the app and if there are any features that I should add. Here is a link to the app if you are interested in it. https://apps.apple.com/ae/app/wallstreetbets-tracker/id1551610314   submitted by   /u/dafeyhtu [link]   [comments]
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  45. I have some questions As a newbie (13/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    As a newbie who is still in school and interested in stocks and would like to know is stocks just invest, wait a while till it gets expensive, sell all and gain profit I'm probably being vague but since I know alot of people who are always talking about How when they wish when they were younger to invest and dumb stuff like that I however will take there advice and want to make so progress in my life early(er) on Also is it the same with penny stocks as I heard how that can happen but I also heard it can fuck you up later on or something I'm probably a dumbass to you people but I feel like teaching younger people to be smarter would be good Also how hard is it for reddit to make it that you can pick multiple flairs god damn   submitted by   /u/smhman12 [link]   [comments]
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  46. Do you own Google, Microsoft, Netflix, Samsung, Cloudflare, Spotify or Sonos stock? (28/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    A few weeks ago I noticed none of those tickers ($GOOG, $MSFT, $NFLX, $SMSN, $NET, $SPOT and $SONO) had dedicated subreddits to discuss investment-related news and analysis, post links, memes, etc. So I created a small network of subreddits in order to do just that. They are all very small at the moment, but I figure I can't be the only stock owner on Reddit with an interest in these companies. So if you're looking for a dedicated place to discuss any of these tickers, check them out! https://www.reddit.com/r/GoogleInvestors/ https://www.reddit.com/r/MicrosoftInvestors/ https://www.reddit.com/r/NetflixInvestorsClub/ https://www.reddit.com/r/SamsungInvestorsClub/ https://www.reddit.com/r/CloudflareInvestors/ https://www.reddit.com/r/SpotifyInvestorsClub/ https://www.reddit.com/r/SonosInvestorsClub/   submitted by   /u/PraetorianX [link]   [comments]
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  47. The Easiest way to use r/wallstreetbets for stock picks (before they move) (13/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Tldr; go to last paragraph Hey guys! This is for anyone who is having trouble getting in on stocks before they go parabolic. I’ve been using this “method” for a while now, always find myself in on stocks early. CLNE ,CLOV, a few weeks before giving me time to slowly load up on cheap calls. I haven’t shared it bc tbh it’s really easy. So I I apologize if this is a shit post. Anways, here it is. First you’ll want to get on think or swim. It’s a platform by tdameritrade. Get the desktop version and link your phone number and make sure that you have real time data. Next, you’ll want to find a scanner that tracks mentions. (Ive created my own, they’re not to hard to find) Things I watch for in a stock: -Price is between $1-$20 -stock is slowly climbing up towards the top of the list Next step, build a watchlist in thinkorswim and add any and all stocks that fit this criteria. Next you’ll want to create your own custom scanner. Settings for the scan: Add Study: Unusual volume: current candle volume is 500% average of last 20 candles . Set to day Add Study: Price change: Price has gapped up at least 5% from yesterday’s close. Once you’ve set those cross it with your Reddit watchlist! Last step, go to the watchlist and set alerts to text you when a new stock comes up in your scanner. Done! Super easy. ????IF YOU DONT HAVE THINK OR SWIM OR ACCESS TO A REDDIT TRACKER:I do this (obviously) and have the alerts come out in my disc ord in the scanner channel. It’s a channel thats linked to my think or swim scanner. Also alerts low float momentum , breakouts, calls getting high volume, etc. If anyone wants to skip all of the steps up there just join us here r/theoptionchain   submitted by   /u/Lilygamer_ [link]   [comments]
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  48. Overview of stocks that reported earnings and their after hours movement (27/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    For the next earning season, I want to daily search for stocks that reported earnings and caused large after-hours market moves. Does somebody know a website that lists stocks with reported earnings on the day and the subsequent after-hours movement? All the sites I found only list one or the other. Thanks in advance for any hints.   submitted by   /u/Notlikeyou7 [link]   [comments]
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  49. HCL Technologies, Future Retail, Adani Ports, Crisil, Tech Mahindra, among stocks in focus (20/04/2021 - Financial Express)
    SGX Nifty hints at a positive opening for domestic markets, a day after benchmark indices tanked. However, global cues were mixed.
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