Last Chance to Buy 14 High Dividend Stocks: HUBB, UNH, MCD, GS, CMI
😍Q3 Dividend Special: Ex-dividends Champions This Week😍14 high dividend Stocks for this week 29th Nov--2nd December 2022:Last Chance to Buy These companies have ex-dividend dates approaching. The following companies going to Ex-dividends this week with dividend higher than $1 of each share.The following tables indicate the last day you can buy these stocks in order to be eligible for the upcoming dividend. Tables are sorted alphabetically by symbol:By Tiger_Earnings$Hubbell(HUBB)$ , $Pioneer Natural Resources(PXD)$ , $EQT AB(EQBBF)$ ,$Lockheed Martin(LMT)$ , $McDonald's(MCD)$ ,
I would like to invite you to share your best options & win Tiger Coins. Feel free to leave your comment of this post and talk abouthow your option performed today.Investing in options is popular among investors who want to protect themselves against market declines or take additional risks in order to profit from market volatility.If you do not have experience trading options, you may wish to try an options simulated trading.The registration entry for the competition: Click HereHow to share your position?Sharing positions is easy. From your account holdings interface"trade", then you can click "Share" by each of your stock option holdings to share with the community how much money you have made (or lost) on your investments.Do not forget to take a screenshot of your positions and&nbs
Wow! What a comparison! I would usually compare APPL VS MSFT & NVDA VS IBM separately, but today I shall take on @CaptainTiger challenge to compare these 4 at the same time. The area that all 4 companies overlap in is in Artificial Intelligence(AI), especially in the area of AI-Based Medical Device Market. Why AI❓ The global artificial AI industry is expected to grow from $59.7 billion in 2021 to $422.4 billion by 2028, according to Zion Market Research. Virtually every industry is being disrupted by AI, automation & robotics. Whether it be machine learning, smart applications & appliances, digital assistants or autonomous vehicles, companies that aren't investing in AI products & services risk becoming obsolete…Countless companies stand to benefit from AI, but a handful of stocks have AI & automation as a central part of their businesses. 🍎‘s AI strategy revolves around using sensors & algorithms i
My Black Friday Sale purchase just got cheaper now⁉️😱
[USD] Bought 🍏 $Apple (AAPL)$ and 🚘 $Tesla (TSLA)$ before Thanksgiving because both the stocks' prices already bottomed out and were picking up. However, on Black Friday, the share prices of both the stocks went down further. So I adopted the strategy of Dollar-Cost Averaging (DCA) and buy some more of both. Now it looks set that the prices of both my purchases ( Shares of 🍏Apple the mobile phone and Tesla the 🚘 electric vehicle (EV) ) just got even lower Post Black Friday. My 🍏 Apple has turned red 🆘and my 🚘 Tesla has gone roller-coaster downward 🎢. 🥵 I am trying to stay cool and not panic.🥶 Many shoppers looking for 🍏 Apple's latest high-end phones returned empty-handed from its stores on Black Friday as the technology company struggles with production snafus in China. 🍏 Apple says the new pandemic lockdowns in China have "temporarily impacted" production of
Disney's Issues Run Deeper Than Its CEO It's a difficult moment for corporate icons. Mark Zuckerberg must miss being called a fiendish genius now that he has been downgraded to obstinate cash furnace. His $Meta Platforms, Inc.(META)$ is down by two-thirds from its peak in just over a year, amid rampant spending on a cartoon fever dream called the metaverse. Elon Musk has been owning the libs on Twitter, and they've been rethinking their ownership of $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$ Bearish( vehicles. He's the first person to amass $300 billion in personal wealth, and now the first to lose $100 billion in a year. Iger's main challenge will be that streaming is still a metaverse-level money loser, and Disney (DIS) is all in. But timing-wise, at least, his return is executive Jedi stuff. There's a pair of black loafers still sitting on Main Street in the Magic Kingdom where ousted
PDD Skyrocketing: Can Low-price Strategy Work Again Overseas?
$Pinduoduo Inc.(PDD)$ rose to a 1-year high after beating earnings expectationsThe company saw revenue growth of 65% YoY to $4.99 billion, beating expectations of $4.31 billion. Revenues from online marketing services rose 58%, transactions services 102%, and merchandise sales fell 31%. With that said, its merchandise sales are not a material business line for them. It also posted a non-GAAP operating profit of $1.729 billion, a 277% YoY jump. From that, it generated $1.64 billion in operating cash flow.Temu: Pinduoduo’s oversea project topped the US AppStore within two monthsOn September 1, 2022, Temu was officially launched overseas. Since November, the US website has surpassed Amazon to become the most downloaded shopping app. In fact, Temu's popularity is largely due to its low-price model conforming to the current consumption trend, and its price advantage
🌟🌟🌟Black Friday Sales are happening now and it is time to stock up on my favourite stocks 😍😍😍 My top picks for my US stocks Black Friday Shopping list are$Apple(AAPL)$ and Amazon. I choose Apple as my top choice because it is a phenomenal company with a market capitalisation of USD 2.36 Trillion. Apple has a wide moat with its brand and ecosystem. Of all the FAANG stocks Apple is the most resilient. In its 3Q22 earnings report, revenue increased 2% year over year. There is also supply constraints that limited sales as well as macroeconomic headwinds of high inflation, rising interest rates and strong US dollar. However Apple has the cash flow to withstand the current volatile market. Apple generated nearly USD 108 billion in free cash flow. This means that Apple can both pay a dividend and repurchase shares. In the most recent quarter, Apple returned USD 28 billion
Coming towards the end of November The markets $DJIA(.DJI)$ , $NASDAQ(.IXIC)$ and $S&P 500(.SPX)$ did not really move much on Friday amidst low volumes. Many were in holiday mood and were not too bothered with what was happening in the markets. So there was not really much to be talked about. And nothing muchhas changed to my road map to really go into details again. This week will see the end of November and the markets entering the holiday season and year end. Are we going to see a year end rally? Its hard to say but the markets look more likelyto pull back in the short term and before they do that, its rather premature to talk about a market rally. So we shall need to see how the market move in the coming weeks. A 3 wave pull back into wav
Brief good time, China concept stocks continue to be bullish
$Alibaba(BABA)$ Jd.com or Pinduoduo always lead the stock rally, but from the perspective of options, Ali has the best option liquidity. Although Ali is no longer the leader of concept stocks in China, if you want to have a general reference direction for the future trend through large orders, you still have to look at Ali.Finally wait for the recent spread strategy change: $BABA 20221230 95.0 CALL$ & $BABA 20221230 77.0 CALL$ Orders see Alibaba rising above 77 and below 95 in the near term, with other large order price targets in similar ranges.$First Solar(FSLR)$ Yesterday small Mo announced lower FSLR rating, but raised the target
Stock World Cup: Who Will be Top Gainer for the Rest of 2022?
Hi Tigers,The World Cup is on fire! As we head into the football season, we will also be taking a look at 32 most popular US stocks from different sectors and putting them together in our Tiger Stock World Cup to compete with each other!Tiger Stock World Cup If you invest today, which stock will give you a greater total return for the rest of 2022?Format: 32 popular companies are put into 8 groups based on different sectors. Group Stage: Only the top 1 stock from each group advances to the knockout stage Knockout Stage: 8 stocks compete for the Tiger Stock World Cup trophy Event Period: Group Stage: Now - 5 Dec Knockout Stage: 6 Dec - 20 Dec Rewards & How to take part 1. Click the articles in blue below & Vote for your most bullish stocks from each group: All Tigers who chose the MOST POPULAR winner (i.e. the stock with the most votes) will share 5k - 10k Tiger Coins!
$CSPC PHARMA(01093)$ CSPC Pharmaceutical (CSPC) is a vertically integrated pharmaceutical company in China with a diversified portfolio focusing on cardiovascular diseases and oncology, strong sales team of ~10k sales people in China and a solid research & development (R&D) pipeline to support a future stream of new drug additions. The firm has invested significantly in research & development (~15% of finished drug revenue or CNY3b was spent on R&D in 2021) to increase its focus on innovative drugs. Major product brands include NBP, Duomeisu, Jinyouli and Keaili. For bulk drugs, key products include Vitamin C, caffeine and antibiotics. Over the medium term, we expect organic earnings growth to be supported by the company’s focus on R&D and positive shifts in sales mix. Following deals done in 2018 involving mostly early stage drug candidates, management is open to licensing deals to enhance its portfolio and aims to
Hey Aussie，The holiday season is coming up. Do you have any travel plans? We're giving away Tiger Coins and merchandise and would like to invite you to participate in the following activity.After a terrible few years, it’s awonderful time to be an airlinein Australia. Travel-deprived customers are willing to pay very high prices to board. “While capacity is constrained, over a million sale fares were launched in October and further sale activity is planned in the weeks ahead,” Qantas said in a statement. Qantas has lifted its profit forecast for the December half as rampant consumer demand continues to buoy the sector’s COVID-19 recovery. The airline now expects to book between $1.35 billion and $1.45 billion in underlying profit before tax in the first half of its financial year, up $150 million froma previous guidance given in October.Net debt is now expected to fall to an estimated $2.3 billion and $2.5 billion by 31 December, around $900 million more than p
[Tiger Friday] What do you learn from trading stocks?
It's Tiger Friday time! Coins and gifts are prepared for you. I would like to share what you have learned from trading stocks.No trader is perfect despite the fact that they put their heart and soul into investing. Trading is a hard-learned skill that comes with experience, perseverance, and dedication.Trading is not only about making money but also teaches you many things more than you ever realize. They can be a life philosophy, a different perspective on things, or a humorous meme to inspire you.💡How to participate Just leave a comment on this post and share what you have learned from trading stocks. 🎁Event Prizes All Tigers who leave a comment on this post and tag your friends will receive 10 Tiger Coins. One Tiger will receive 1000 coins for the most-liked comments. (Invite your friends to like you.) In addition, you get a chance to win a Tiger Gift🐯🐯🐯🐯 ⏰ Event Duration 25 November, 2022- 2 December, 2022 Tag your friends, join the discussion, and win coins together!
Latest Memo From Howard Marks: What Really Matters for investors?
Howard Marks, co-founder of the US-based hedge fund Oaktree Capital and one of the most celebrated investors of recent times, believes that in the world of investing what really matters is the performance of one’s holdings over a five-year or 10-year period.Marks is renowned for finding deep value and price distortions in the financial markets. During the depth of the global financial crisis, when investors were fleeing corporate bonds and stocks, Marks was buying aggressively and later making a substantial profit on those investments.Recommend to Read: Return Surpass Buffett in 2022, Howard Marks Q3 Holdings DigestBefore sharing What really matters or should matter for investors, Howard shared a number of things that he think doesn’t matter. What Doesn’t Matter: Short-Term Events What Doesn’t Matter: The Trading Mentality What Doesn’t Matter: Short-Term Performance What Doesn
Since Musk's acquisition of Twitter, bad news from Twitter has continued to appear. For example, half of the company's top 100 advertisers have stopped advertising on the platform, large-scale layoffs, etc., which have given Musk a headache. To tell the truth, in the current situation, it is easy to talk to the richest man in the world. But is there no way to be the richest man in the world? No. I think that a rich man wants to succeed in business and to be known, first of all, he must become an authoritative figure, and the image is very positive and loved by thousands of people. In this way, it is more effective than the world's richest man. As for other suggestions, it is roughly divided into several points: 1) Saying a good Twitter story, I think it is the most important. At present, Twitter is plagued by a small amount of bad news, and it needs a lot of good news to reverse the disadvantage, so that the stock price will rise again. It is best to invite investment banks to help the
$Microsoft(MSFT)$ Microsoft reported solid fiscal first-quarter 2023 results, including revenue and EPS results ahead of the guidance midpoints. The outlook, however, was worse than our below-consensus model was contemplating. Macro pressures continue to weigh on the company’s performance. Bulls can point to good growth in commercial bookings and commercial remaining performance obligation to find near-term comfort, while bears will no doubt highlight slowing Azure and weaker-than-expected guidance. We continue to find encouragement in Azure, Office E5 migration, and traction with the Power platform for long-term value creation, but we think near-term pressures will not be exhausted within the next quarter. It is premature to say the Azure growth story is over despite the slowdown. We see results as reinforcing our thesis centering on the proliferation of hybrid cloud environments and Azure, as the firm continue
I think the trading strategy for 2023 is full of mistakes. The most important thing is to understand the life cycle of the stock market and individual stocks. It is the most appropriate method to implement a phased investment strategy. I think you must be responsible for yourself when investing. Don’t believe in the opinions of big banks without thinking. The unexpected opinions of big banks can only be used as a reference. The most important thing in investment is to get returns, and the returns will only belong to you Yes, other people cannot share your returns, so should you trust your own vision to invest and make strategies? Okay, now I will talk about how to use the stock market cycle to determine the trading strategy for 2023 in stages; first of all, I will determine that the stock market will rise in the first half of 2023, because the stock market has entered a rising period, and the stock market will only rise sharply back. Therefore, we should use a more aggressive me
so many REITS available and most of us have difficulty to choose which one to own first, i am today going to share which one i have, i did not buying together but I bought slowly because i notice some of them different in value/debt after I bought it, instead of i DCA on the same stock, i pick another REITS which better value to replace or to diversify it. For example i have $Prime US ReitUSD(OXMU.SI)$ after DCA few time I explored to $KEPPEL-KBS US REIT(CMOU.SI)$ then buy $MANULIFE US REIT(BTOU.SI)$ these 3 Similar catagory for Office property in US. 🤩 For expensive REITS my pick is $ASCENDAS REAL ESTATE INV TRUST(A17U.SI)$ then i like AIMS and Sasseur. I still like these 3 My paper loss the most on Prime and Kep
Likely scenario given a month left for 2022:• Dow Jones - Green• S&P - dicey between Green & Red• Nasdaq - Red• Russell - RedWhy is Dow Jones leading and what’s next? The Dow enjoyed its best month in nearly a half-century in October and it’s up nearly another 3% in November.The tech stocks are in a slump, therefore investors are going back to the traditional stocks, resulting in Dow Jones’ rally in the past two months, but how long can this last with the threat that interest rates are still on the rise into 2023?$S&P 500(.SPX)$$DJIA(.DJI)$$NASDAQ(.IXIC)$ Follow me to learn about more analysis!!
Are tech stocks still the darlings of the stock market? I remember dreaming of how much I would make if I invested in $Alphabet(GOOGL)$ and $Amazon.com(AMZN)$ having seen their stock price soar at the beginning of the year. These were seemingly infallible stocks. Google was nearing its peak of $3000 while Amazon was at $3600. Then came the fears of war and recession and these stocks never recovered. Additionally, stocks like Meta and Microsoft did not escape the fall out. Today, Google or Alphabet is at $97 (after split) from highs of $151 while Amazon is at $93 from highs of $181 in the first quarter of the year. Despite the heralded potential for growth and strong earnings (even though they did not meet estimates), the market lost faith in them after 2 years of surging growth. Be it the end of the pandemic, the start of war or the