Here is a Market Recap for today Wednesday, July 28, 2021
By - psychotrader00
My pleasure! Thanks for reading
What a mess. I'm just glad UUUU went up over 8% today.
Sprott is launching his uranium ETF and will be buying the likes of UUUU, URG, STND etc in droves very soon.
Has anyone looked at MRNA??
Sorry, not familiar with it
Sorry I had a d in there. It's Moderna
Nobody is talking about GNRC, was down 14 percent this morning then reveresed to 1.8 percent. Up 215 percent yr to date. Like wtf.
Lam Research also did great in earnings and still dropped, like most of the stocks that published great earnings this week, I suppose.
Thank you for these daily recaps!
Honestly, I'm quite confused as well, considering it's already down 3%
Thank you so much, have a fantastic rest of the day, cheers.
You as well my friend
Thank you for doing these
Happy cake day!
QCOM is my dear, started to move nicely in line with your recent forecasts. Thanks for the efforts!
In short, mega cap stocks get their ass spank
I mean only FB really, the other 3 smashed estimates, stock movement during earnings season is weird
SHOP, SPOT, MCD, TMO and these are just today. I expect more red ahead. Market already price in their value anything less than a Wow will get ax.
Could be! For me I remain very bullish moving forward. Stocks moves weird during earnings a lot of the time you can scoop up great companies for cheap during an overreaction to the downside. Last time I bought TWTR and ROKU after the dipped post-Q1 earnings. Has been great for me
I don't quite get your point re FB and YouTube - were you comparing market caps?
I thinnk you misread. I dont understand why you are mentioning FB? I never compared Youtube and FB. My point was just to show the Youtube and Netflix post similar revenue, which I thought was interesting. I was just putting into context how big Youtube, and by extension, Alphabet really are.
How could I compare market caps if Youtube is a subsidiary of a much larger company?
Yeah OK i meant Netflix. Didn't think you were so picky 'tho...