Bulls And Bears Of The Week: Tesla, Apple, Microsoft And Dogecoin Millionaire’s Plan To Buy More Cardano


Benzinga took a look at the outlook for many investors’ favorite stocks last week. Let’s take a look at some of the top stories.

The three major indices are off to a strong start to 2023. The S&P 500 is up 2.67% this week, the Dow is up 2% and the Nasdaq is up 4.82%. The crypto market is also getting bullish. Bitcoin Bitcoin/USD It passed the $21,000 mark on Friday night.

Earlier this week, the Labor Department reported that the consumer price index rose 6.5% in December from a 7.1% rise in November, in line with economists’ forecasts. Thursday’s report said core CPI inflation for December (excluding volatile food and energy prices) was also in line with economists’ expectations at 5.7%.

Benzinga continues to research the outlook for many of the most popular stocks with investors. Some of this week’s most bullish and bearish posts are worth another look.

bulls

“Is Tesla the New Meme Stock in Town? Retail Interest Soars to Record High in Emotional Reversal,” by Shanth Rexaline Tesla Inc. TSLA Stocks are gaining momentum amid hopes that the worst may be behind the company, with retail investors fueling the surge.

In “Millionaire Dogecoin Investor Dares To Big Big on Cardano If Price Lose to This Level,” Mehab Qureshi reports: glauber contessotoknown as dogecoin Doge/US Dollar Millionaire, additional purchase planned Cardano ADA/USD A coin if the price drops to a certain level.

“Cathie Wood makes this molecular diagnostics company the top holding in Ark Invest’s flagship fund, overtaking Tesla’s Zoom,” reports Shanthi Rexaline. Exact Sciences Inc. Exas is the top holding of Cathy WoodLed Ark Invest’s flagship exchange-traded fund.

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Bears

“Jim Cramer Sold Stocks He ‘Sworn’ He Would Never Sell: Why ‘The Ultimate Buy-and-Hold Stock’ Had to Let Go,” by Adam Eckhart on CNBC Jim Cramer decided to sell its shares. Microsoft Corporation MSFTMore After previously vowing he would never.

In “Elon Musk Cries ‘Constitutional Violation’ Over Facebook’s Alegged Censorship of ‘Often True’ COVID-19 Vaccine Content,” Shivdeep Dhaliwal explains how Meta Platforms Inc. meta deals with content that discourages people from getting vaccinated for COVID.

“Apple has canceled the upcoming iPhone SE, top analyst says — and the company stands to make big profits,” Ananya Gairola explains why Apple AAPL It has instructed suppliers to cancel production and shipments of the 2024 iPhone SE 4, according to a top analyst.

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