Popularity is a thing that sometimes comes up all of a sudden, when you are not expecting it at all. Workhorse (NASDAQ: WKHS) was not known by the general public a week ago, but no sooner had Donald Trump mentioned it in his Twitter, its trading volume rose from 200k to 49M shares over a single session (FB, for instance, has an average of 13M), while the stock price went up by over 200%. The Workhouse management was probably not quite ready for such an explosion in popularity, with the company website being completely down.
With the company finally getting its first profit, building new units and expanding the business, well, here we are: after reaching $380, the stock went severely down! The short positions in Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) are already over 25%, while when the company reported large losses, the stock surprisingly soared. Around two months ago, in the previous Tesla stocks analysis we said it might have reached the top, and now it looks like our expectations came true.
Recently, we have published two posts here and here where we spoke on some stocks that could rise by 50% or more before late 2019. Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) had published this before, and we tried to analyze it in technical terms. Today, we are going to recap what happened to these stocks and how much you could have earned on them over the last 20 days.
The US will be electing president in 2020, but the candidates-to-be are already talking actively, if not aggressively; one of such speeches tore down the entire sector.
Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) is one of the largest investment banks out there, its earnings coming from both traditional banking business, such as loans and deposits, as well as from stock trading. This bank also rates the exchange traded companies, releasing predictions other traders pay attention to.
Many people don't understand how one could just go and eat at McDonald's every day, be it in the US or Europe. Everyone understand this is unhealthy and not appropriate for anyone who is on a diet. This may, yet, be explained with a very simple thing: McDonald's values the customer's time, i.e. you just get in, have your lunch quickly, and continue doing your business. With the advance of the web and mobile networks, many issues are resolved on the spot and take much less time, which means wasting time on making an order at a local restaurant and then waiting for that order is totally nonsense.
Delta Airlines (NYSE: DAL) is one of the largest US air companies. Founded in 1924, it is headquartered in Atlanta, GA. The company owns 893 airplanes, all used for passenger shipping. Thankfully, Delta has never used Boeing 737 MAX 8, which is now under temporary ban after the accident in Ethiopia, which means the number of flights is not going to be reduced.
In 2018, Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) booked its first net profit since the IPO. This could have pushed the price even higher and make the money flow rapidly into the stock, but in fact the rising tide active since 2010 stopped, while the bears were finally able to start their short selling. Tesla stock fundamentals Fundamentally, […]
NIO is just starting out. Founded in 2014 by William Lee, it had already managed to create EP9, a supercar, by 2016, which beat the world record on Nürburgring Nordschleife in Germany. The first electric car, NIO ES8, was released in mid 2018, while six months later, NIO ES6 appeared.
Costco (NASDAQ: COST) includes large stores and warehouses with domestic appliances, consumer electronics, clothes, and books. Besides, Costco chain includes gas stations, tire shops, and other services. It is not only a food&beverages company. This is why, even though Food&Bev sector is doing good, this won't mean Costco will be prospering.