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Apple Vs. The FAANGs (Technical Analysis)
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) became the most valuable company in the world through creating and dominating the smart phone/mobile microtrend. As the majority of the global community went from zero smart phones to it becoming a necessity in their lives, Applebecame the most valuable company in the world. However, like all trends, eventually it reaches the point of saturation. Instead of hypergrowth, we see competitors fight over existing customers on lower cost goods as revenue growth moves into a more consistent yet slower rate of change.
Broad Market Analysis: The Bear Market Correction by Knox Ridley
Knox Ridley covers the Bear Market correction in this week’s Premium Stock Market Webinar. He discusses his technical analysis of six premium portfolio stock positions that only paid subscribers can access. Watch this clip taken from the 1-hour premium stock technical analysis where Knox covers broad market trends from the S&P 500 Index and upcoming dates to watch out for too.
Apple Is Tech’s Best Value Stock
Apple epitomizes what it means to be both a good value stock and a good tech stock with its strong margins, outsized cash flows, stable balance sheet, and a loyal base of customers supporting the brand. Apple has not only outperformed FAANG stocks over a one-year period but is also leading when we compare it over five years.
I/O Fund’s Current View on Bitcoin
In August of 2019 we released our first premium report on Bitcoin. At the time, Bitcoin was trading between $10,000-$11,000, following a bounce greater than 200% in less than a year. We believed Bitcoin had provided strong evidence that a meaningful low was put in, and that a new bull cycle was starting. In our premium report, we stated that we expect a drawdown to at least the $7800 region, and that we would wait for this to happen before starting a position. More importantly, we were targeting the $65,000-$75,000 region in the coming year.
Webinar Replay: When Will Tech Stocks Bounce Back?
Last week, I joined YCharts for a webinar to answer the question that is on everyone's mind: when will growth stocks be back in favor? The presentation points toward two headwinds that will clear soon that will help the growth trade return. I also discuss the changes we are seeing across FAANGs and the two FAANGs most likely to reach all-time highs again.
Netflix Stock Could Rally With Ad-Supported Content
Netflix’s stock is down a staggering 71% year-to-date. The stock’s fall from grace includes dropping its FAANG-status as the company’s market cap has decreased from $300 billion to $75 billion. This was partly due to the company reporting it lost subscribers for the first time since 2011, with a loss of 200,000 subscribers in the most recent quarter. The company also forecast a decline of 2 million paid subscribers for the second quarter.
DLocal: Strong Growth, Premium Valuation
Fintech companies are disrupting the global economy with new and innovative products. Technological advancements have led to considerable investments in this sector and traditional finance companies have not been able to efficiently cater to changing business needs. Of the recent fintech quarterly earnings, D-Local stood out for its strong bottom line.
Winning Cybersecurity Stocks From Q1 Earnings
Q1 earnings proved that cybersecurity stocks are insulated from supply chain issues and remain a number one priority across corporate budgets. Specifically, cybersecurity-related companies reported top line and bottom line beats plus a handful raised guidance while consumer-related tech and less cash efficient cloud verticals lowered or missed guidance this past quarter.