Analysts' upgrades & downgrades - Apple, Diamondback Energy, Las Vegas Sands, Square, Stitch Fix, Chevron, Exxon Mobil 🤔

Friday, 17th September 2021 by Gotrade

Hey Gotraders,

TGIF! Let’s end off the week by taking a look at some of the stocks that have gotten upgraded or downgraded by analysts 🤔

Apple (AAPL) - Outperform rating by Cowen, with a $180 price target. Current stock price: $148.79.

Diamondback Energy (FANG) - $130 price target by Truist Securities, up from $122. Current stock price: $80.07.

Las Vegas Sands listed as Marina Bay Sands (LVS) on Gotrade - Equal-weight rating by Wells Fargo (WFC), with a $50 price target. Current stock price: $37.52.

Square (SQ) - Price target raised to $371 by Evercore ISI. Current stock price: $255.09.

Stitch Fix (SFIX) - Price target lowered from $45 to $31 by MKM Partners, with a sell rating. Current stock price: $34.21.

Chevron (CVX) - Downgraded from overweight to neutral by JP Morgan (JPM). The price target was lowered from $128 to $111. Current stock price: $97.32.

Exxon Mobil (XOM) - No change in its overweight rating, and $76 price target. Current stock price: $55.82.

Why is this important? Analysts do their research into companies by looking at public financial statements, listening in on conference calls, and talking to managers and the customers of a company. They use all of the information that they gather to come up with a rating, and a price target of what they think the stock price should be, or will reach. Basically, they are doing all this research for investors to use to make informed decisions. Not bad, eh? 😉


📉 Casino stocks are declining ⏬

The Chinese government isn’t just cracking down on tech companies. They now have their eyes set on the gaming industry in Macau. 🤦 The proposed regulations include the process of issuing licenses, the duration of said licenses, and the level of government oversight on the industry. This has led to a massive sell-off of casino stocks. No surprise there!

Shares of Las Vegas Sands, listed on Gotrade as Marina Bay Sands (LVS) are down 12.5% this week alone, and shares of Wynn Resorts (WYNN) are down 18.47% this week. Ouch! 🤕


📈 Pfizer & Moderna support booster shots 💉

Both Pfizer (PFE) and Moderna (MRNA) are of the opinion that booster shots help to boost antibodies against Covid and increase protection against the virus. Pfizer thinks that protection against the virus will be boosted to 95% with a third dose.

Moderna has also released data from a study that breakthrough cases were less frequent in people who were more recently vaccinated with its two-shot vaccine, supporting the case for booster shots.

The government will be meeting to debate about boosters today. At the moment, the FDA has declined to take a stance regarding boosters, citing a lack of evidence to support its need.

Shares of Pfizer and Moderna are up 20.81% and 294.39% year-to-date respectively. 🚀


Top movers & shakers 🎢


What else is making headline news 📰

  1. Video: Jim Cramer on Cathie Wood's comments on crypto and investing in China.

  2. Facebook (FB) documents show how toxic Instagram is for teens, Wall Street Journal reports.

  3. FEC says Twitter (TWTR) acted lawfully in restricting the New York Post’s article on Hunter Biden.

  4. Google (GOOG) Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian reorganizes engineering unit in hopes of gaining market share more quickly.

  5. Ray Dalio says if Bitcoin is really successful, regulators will ‘kill it’.

  6. DOJ official signals firm stance against ‘killer acquisitions’.

  7. Standard Chartered chairman still sees opportunity in China even as regulations tighten.

  8. The stock market is undergoing a slow-motion deterioration with pockets of shares down 20% or more.

  9. The iPhone 13 is already showing strong early sales in China, local media reports say.


Popular companies releasing earnings this week 💰

Friday: Manchester United (MANU)

A company’s market value may fluctuate considerably around the time that the earnings report is expected to be published. Stock prices may rise or fall according to analysts' speculative estimates, released prior to the actual earnings announcement.

The earnings season can be a time of great opportunity since better-than-expected figures could cause a company’s stock to greatly increase in value. Worse-than-expected results could have the opposite effect.

That’s all from us for now. 

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Gotrade Team


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Microsoft announces dividend hike and stock buyback program 🤑

Thursday, 16th September 2021 by Gotrade

Hey Gotraders,

Microsoft’s (MSFT) Board of Directors declared a quarterly dividend of $0.62 per share, up 6 cents from the previous quarter. That’s an 11% hike! Cha-ching! 💰 #It’sRainingMoney!

The dividend will be paid out on 9th Dec 2021 to shareholders of record on 18th Nov 2021. The ex-dividend date will be 17th Nov 2021.

The Board also approved up to $60 billion of share repurchases. The new share repurchase program, which has no expiration date, may be terminated at any time. There are various reasons for companies to buy back their own stock, but usually, it’s because the company has surplus cash and they believe in their own long-term growth. Instead of investing in other companies, they choose to invest in themselves.

Microsoft also announced that they will be appointing Brad Smith as the company’s President and Vice-Chair. Smith will continue to report to Satya Nadella, Chairman and CEO of Microsoft.

Microsoft announced that their 2021 Annual Shareholders Meeting will be held virtually on 30th Nov 2021. Shareholders on record on 30th Sept 2021 will be entitled to vote.

Why is this important? Microsoft clearly has a surplus of cash for them to be able to increase its dividend payouts, and buy back their own shares. They are sharing their profits with shareholders. It pays to invest smartly in companies that pay out dividends.

P.S. Gotrade has a Dividend Aristocrats category and ETF incase you weren’t aware 😉


📈 Mizuho gives SoFi a $28 price target 🚀

Mizuho began coverage of SoFi (SOFI) and gave them a “buy” rating, and a $28 price target. SoFi’s closing price on Tuesday was $14.50. That’s nearly a 100% price increase in its target price! Wowwwwza!

Mizuho thinks that SoFi is becoming a "full-fledged, super-app neo-bank" with next-generation capabilities. Impressive!

Shares of SoFi are up 26.64% year-to-date and closed at $15.45.


📈 Amazon partners with Deliveroo 🤝

Amazon (AMZN) is offering its Amazon Prime members a year’s worth of free delivery service Deliveroo Plus in the U.K. on orders over £25. Amazon led a $575 million funding round in the startup a couple of years ago. Rival companies such as Just Eat Takeaway (GRUB), Uber Eats (UBER), and DoorDash (DASH) will soon feel the pressure! Yikes.

Shares of Just Eat Takeaway and Uber closed 4.98% and 1.36% lower respectively for the day, while shares of DoorDash closed 3.21% higher for the day.

Shares of Amazon are up 9.07% year-to-date and closed at $3,475.79.


Top movers & shakers 🎢


What else is making headline news 📰

  1. Is Novavax (NVAX) a buy?

  2. Yum China (YUMC) warns quarterly profit to take over 50% hit due to Delta variant.

  3. Stock market pullback likely by year-end, Deutsche Bank (DB) survey finds.

  4. Walmart (WMT) to test self-driving cars in multiple cities with Ford (F) and Argo AI.

  5. Morgan Stanley (MS) launches cryptocurrency research team.

  6. FDA staff declines to take stance on Pfizer’s (PFE) Covid booster shots, citing a lack of verified data.

  7. Germany is bracing for a major electric vehicle shock.

  8. Facebook (FB) is under fire over secret teen research.


Popular companies releasing earnings this week 💰

Friday: Manchester United (MANU)

A company’s market value may fluctuate considerably around the time that the earnings report is expected to be published. Stock prices may rise or fall according to analysts' speculative estimates, released prior to the actual earnings announcement.

The earnings season can be a time of great opportunity since better-than-expected figures could cause a company’s stock to greatly increase in value. Worse-than-expected results could have the opposite effect.

That’s all from us for now. 

Signing out,

Gotrade Team


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Here’s all the cool stuff Apple announced at their event 🤩

Wednesday, 15th September 2021 by Gotrade

Hey Gotraders,

Apple (AAPL) had its technology event yesterday. Apple announced a bunch of new products, and I am pretty sure Apple fans felt like kids in a candy store.

Apple kicked off the event by previewing some of the shows it plans to show on its Apple TV+ streaming service. Apple has invested billions into new video content, including shows starring Reese Witherspoon and Jon Stewart. Nice!

The highlight of the event was the unveiling of the iPhone 13 series - the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max.

The new iPhones have better battery life and camera functionalities such as “cinematic mode” that can hold focus on a moving subject. The new iPhones will have 5G connectivity that works in 60 countries.

They also launched the Apple Watch Series 7, and the new iPad and iPad mini.

The new Apple Watch has a larger, more rounded screen, and is able to display more information on it. It comes with several new watch faces, including a face that tracks time zones around the world. Pretty cool!

The new low-cost iPad has a faster A13 processor and a better, 12-megapixel front-facing camera for improved video calls. It also has a wider lens to capture more people in a single scene and can have an LTE wireless connection.

The iPad mini has a smaller 8.3-inch screen. It has smaller bezels with no fingerprint sensor on the front and has a 12-megapixel rear camera and stereo speakers.

Are you giddy with excitement, yet?

Apple also mentioned that it will be expanding its workout streaming subscription, Fitness+, to several new countries. They will be making videos in six new languages, including Spanish. They will also be adding workouts for winter sports, and enabling Group Workout sessions. Cool!

You can watch the full event here.

Why is this important? The global chip shortage has affected Apple. They are one of the few companies that have decided to tackle the chip shortage by developing its own chip. They have used their own Apple-designed chip, called the A15 Bionic, in some of the new products they are launching. The Apple chip has six cores and a specialized portion for running artificial intelligence algorithms. This will enable them to stay ahead of their competitors who have no choice but to pause or delay productions due to the shortage of semi-conductor chips.

Apple will soon be competing with streaming companies such as Netflix (NFLX) and Disney (DIS) with its Apple+ streaming services, and also with fitness companies such as Peloton (PTON) with its Fitness+ service. Well done, Apple!


📈 Google slapped with $177 million fine by South Korean regulators 💸

Here we go, another antitrust violation. This time, Google (GOOG) has been fined $176.9 million (207.4 billion Korean won) by South Korean regulators.

What did they do? Presently, Google requires smartphone makers to agree to an “anti-fragmentation agreement (AFA)” when signing key contracts with Google over app store licenses and early access to the operating system. The agreement prevents device makers from installing modified versions of the Android operating system on their handsets.

Regulators allege that this current practice stifles innovation in the development of new operating systems for smartphones. The regulators have asked Google to stop forcing companies to sign AFAs.

Shares of Google are up 65.96% year-to-date and closed at $2,868.12.


📉 Alibaba leads $300 million investment into DeepRoute.ai 💰

Alibaba (BABA) is not just an e-commerce and technology company. In case you weren’t aware, they have investments in a couple of autonomous driving companies such as AutoX and XPeng (XPEV). Alibaba even has its own logistics arm called Cainiao which plans to develop self-driving trucks. Hmmm… Interesting!

Alibaba has led investments worth more than $300 million into yet another autonomous driving company - DeepRoute.ai. DeepRoute.ai runs a fleet of autonomous taxis with some operated by its ride-hailing partners such as CaoCao and automaker Dongfeng Motors. DeepRoute.ai also manufactures self-driving systems for vehicles that involve hardware and software.

Shares of Alibaba are down 29.71% year to date and closed at $160.15.


Top movers & shakers 🎢


What else is making headline news 📰

  1. Kevin O’Leary says he wants to more than double his crypto holdings to 7%.

  2. Oracle (ORCL) falls short on revenue as it ramps up cloud investment.

  3. Analysts explain how the Apple (AAPL)-Epic court ruling could affect Google (GOOG).

  4. Intuit (INTU) to buy email marketing company Mailchimp for $12 billion in cash and stock.

  5. SEC Chair: Coinbase (COIN) lists dozens of tokens that might be securities.

  6. Digital Yuan goes head to head with Alipay, WeChat in Beijing.

  7. Ant Group and Coinbase (COIN) will not be alone in the regulators’ crosshairs.

  8. Oil rises to a six-week high as U.S. supply concerns dominate.

  9. Apple (AAPL) issues urgent iPhone software update to address critical spyware vulnerability.


Popular companies releasing earnings this week 💰

Friday: Manchester United (MANU)

A company’s market value may fluctuate considerably around the time that the earnings report is expected to be published. Stock prices may rise or fall according to analysts' speculative estimates, released prior to the actual earnings announcement.

The earnings season can be a time of great opportunity since better-than-expected figures could cause a company’s stock to greatly increase in value. Worse-than-expected results could have the opposite effect.

That’s all from us for now. 

Signing out,

Gotrade Team


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Alibaba's stock is tumbling🔻

Tuesday, 14th September 2021 by Gotrade

Hey Gotraders,

Shares of Alibaba (BABA) are down after the Financial Times published an article that Chinese regulators want to break up Alipay, the digital payments company owned by Ant Group.

How is Alipay related to Alibaba? Alipay is owned by Jack Ma’s Ant Group. Jack Ma is the co-founder of Alibaba. Alibaba has a one-third stake in Ant Group.

Why do the regulators want to break up Alipay? Alipay has more than 700 million active users every month, and its loans businesses account for about 10% of the country’s non-mortgage consumer loans. Chinese regulators are concerned about financial risk building in the economy. The regulators want Ant Group to create a separate app for the company’s loans businesses, and also want them to share user data to a new credit-scoring joint venture that would be partly state-owned. Uh oh... This means that they would be subjected to stricter rules and scrutiny.

Why is this important? The crackdown on Chinese tech firms is intensifying. Authorities are keeping their watchful eyes on tech companies in the country and the amount of influence these companies have on the economy. 👀

Just this week, China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology ordered the country's internet firms to allow rivals' links to be displayed on their platforms. It has been a long-standing practice in China to block competitors’ links from being displayed on platforms. The Ministry said that they will punish those who fail to correct their actions, but didn’t explicitly specify the deadline or the punishment.

Alibaba already had BILLIONS wiped off its market cap over the last 10 months ever since Ant Group's mahoosive IPO got blocked at the last minute. The impact of the crackdown is obvious... Investors are getting nervous. For example, Cathie Wood has dramatically reduced her holdings in U.S.-listed Chinese tech stocks.


📉 Virgin Galactic closes nearly 4% lower ⏬

Uh oh... Trouble in paradise? Or shall I say space? 🚀

Virgin Galactic (SPCE) is down nearly 4% after a third-party supplier warned of a potential defect in a component of the flight control system. Hope they get this sorted soon… People wanna go to space for their vacay! 👩‍🚀

Virgin Galactic closed at $24.26, down 3.58% for the day.


📈 Disney will premiere their movies exclusively in the theatres 🍿

Want to watch upcoming Disney (DIS) movies as soon as they are released? Go to the theatres, then! Don’t forget to get some popcorn! 🍿 Disney has mentioned that they will be making the remainder of its 2021 movies available exclusively in theatres, rather than make them simultaneously available on Disney+.

Shares of Disney are up 4.11% year-to-date and closed at $184.98.


Top movers & shakers 🎢


What else is making headline news 📰

  1. Google (GOOG) handed user data to Hong Kong authorities despite pledge after security law was enacted.

  2. What to expect at Apple's (AAPL) iPhone 13 event.

  3. Wall Street's hottest investor is cooling on China.

  4. Wall Street's warning: Stocks could retreat this fall.

  5. Blackstone Group (BX) drops $3 billion bid for Chinese property developer.

  6. House Democrats propose new tax hikes to pay for their $3.5 trillion bill: Here are the details.


Popular companies releasing earnings this week 💰

Tuesday: FuelCell Energy (FCEL)

Friday: Manchester United (MANU)

A company’s market value may fluctuate considerably around the time that the earnings report is expected to be published. Stock prices may rise or fall according to analysts' speculative estimates, released prior to the actual earnings announcement.

The earnings season can be a time of great opportunity since better-than-expected figures could cause a company’s stock to greatly increase in value. Worse-than-expected results could have the opposite effect.

That’s all from us for now. 

Signing out,

Gotrade Team


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Affirm shares are up 34% 🚀

Monday, 13th September 2021 by Gotrade

Hey Gotraders,

Happy Monday! It’s a quiet week in terms of earnings with only a handful of companies releasing earnings this week.

Shareholders of Affirm (AFRM), the buy now, pay later company, will be happy that shares closed over 34% higher on Friday! Yep, that’s right. 34%! 🤯

Shares soared after the company released quarterly earnings and wow-ed investors! Here are the figures they reported:

  • Revenue of $261.8 million, up 71% year over year.

  • Active merchants soared to nearly 29,000, up over 400%, driven in part by Affirm's partnership with e-commerce leader Shopify (SHOP).

  • Active consumers grew 97% to 7.1 million.

  • People are also using Affirm's services more often, with transactions per active consumer rising 8%, to roughly 2.3.

  • Affirm issued upbeat guidance for the current quarter as well.

Why is this important? Investors were obviously pleased with Affirm’s current quarter’s performance and forecast for the year ahead. Affirm expects revenue to grow by roughly 35% to $1.2 billion in fiscal year 2022.

Actual revenue may be higher as these figures did not take into account any benefit from Affirm's partnership with Amazon (AMZN). Amazon plans to offer Affirm's "buy now, pay later" services to its customers in the coming months.


📈 Judge forces Apple to allow developers to use external-app purchasing methods 👨‍⚖️

Apple (AAPL) was dealt a massive blow as a federal judge made a ruling in the Apple - Epic Games case. The judge issued an injunction that said Apple will no longer be allowed to prohibit developers from providing links or other communications that direct users away from Apple in-app purchasing. Ouch! The injunction will come into effect in December. This is a massive blow to Apple as they usually take a 15% to 30% commission of gross sales.

Shares of Apple closed at $148.97, down 3.31% for the day.


📈 Oatly stock gets upgraded ✅

Shares of Oatly (OTLY) closed nearly 6% higher after Cowen initiated coverage of the stock and ranked it as “outperform.” The firm thinks that Oatly has a “long runway for growth” and that Oatly has a “significant opportunity” given its global footprint and first-mover advantage in Asia. Credit Suisse (CS) also added Oatly to its list of top outperform picks last week. Greeeat! 👏

Oatly closed at $17.45, up 5.82% for the day. Shares are up a further 2% in extended trading at the time of writing.


Top movers & shakers 🎢


What else is making headline news 📰

  1. Facebook (FB) to buy $100 million worth of unpaid invoices from 30,000 small businesses owned by women and minorities.

  2. Grubhub (GRUB), DoorDash (DASH), Uber Eats (UBER) sue New York City over fee caps.

  3. AMC (AMC) and GameStop (GME) see retail trading interest dip as new meme stocks rally.

  4. Biden’s SEC is ready to regulate cryptocurrency.

  5. Charts suggest the stock market’s September struggles may get ‘even uglier,’ says Jim Cramer.

  6. Amazon (AMZN) is likely the front-runner for a multiyear NFL Sunday Ticket deal, sources say.

  7. McDonald's (MCD) and Beyond Meat (BYND) launch the McPlant sandwich in U.K and Ireland.


Popular companies releasing earnings this week 💰

Monday: Oracle (ORCL)

Tuesday: FuelCell Energy (FCEL)

Friday: Manchester United (MANU)

A company’s market value may fluctuate considerably around the time that the earnings report is expected to be published. Stock prices may rise or fall according to analysts' speculative estimates, released prior to the actual earnings announcement.

The earnings season can be a time of great opportunity since better-than-expected figures could cause a company’s stock to greatly increase in value. Worse-than-expected results could have the opposite effect.

That’s all from us for now. 

Signing out,

Gotrade Team


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