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Social media stocks drop after $SNAPQ2 earnings miss. “Our financials results for Q2 do not reflect our ambition,” says CEO Evan Spiegel. Revenue rose 13% to 1.1 billion, one of the slowest growth quarter ever for the social media platform and the company declined to give any financial guidance for the current third quarter “given uncertainties related to the operating environment.” https://wwwSee more
July 22, 2022
Cruise line stocks 🚢 are falling today as Morgan Stanley cuts Carnival price target. Morgan Stanley put a bearish 🐻 note on $CCL, reducing the company’s EBITDA forecast for 2022 and 2023 and also, noted an expectation of weaker pricing, occupancy, and elevated costs. They also cut its price target to Carnival stock from $13 to $7 and said it could go to $0 if there was another demand shock. WhSee more
June 29, 2022
Throughout 2022, #fintech 💵 stocks have significantly come down to levels many were unprepared for. It’s no secret that 2022 has been absolutely rough for these companies, as shown in the chart. Affirm $AFRM has witnessed the most extensive valuation slash, down over 70% since just the beginning of 2022. One of the main driving forces behind the sell-offs 📉 in these companies is #macroeconomicisSee more
Dec 3, 2021 - Jun 3, 2022
Netflix $NFLX shares today are tanking after a worse than expected earnings report. Netflix’s tumble is also affecting other companies within the streaming industry as $DIS $PARA $ROKU $WBD and others are having a rough day in the stock market.See more
April 20, 2022
Shares of Robinhood $HOOD spiked this past week as the brokerage platform revealed new extended trading hours. In the coming weeks, investors on their platform can trade stocks between the hours of 7 AM to 8 PM ET. CEO Vlad Tenev shared on Twitter that he wants to see investors one day to be able to trade stocks 24/7. Shares have be pressured in past few months and are down 24% year-to-date.See more
Mar 28 - Apr 1, 2022
Meme stock madness Meme stocks $AMC & $GME are surging again and have been on a tear in the past week as investors are pilling back in to these high volatility names. There on the rise as their CEO’s are announcing new investments to try to help turn their company around. GameStop into the NFT space and AMC acquired a 20% stake in gold mining company See more
Mar 22 - Mar 28, 2022
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