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Thursday, February 20


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Zacks Market Edge Highlights: Tesla, Micron, Biogen, GameStop and Maxar Technologies

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Zacks Market Edge Highlights: Tesla, Micron, Biogen, GameStop and Maxar Technologies. Chicago, IL – February 20, 2020 – Zacks Market Edge is a podcast hosted weekly by cks Stock Strategist Tracey Ryniec. Every week, host and Zacks stock strategist, Tracey Ryniec, will be joined by guests to discuss the hottest investing topics in stocks, bonds and ETFs and how it impacts your life. Firms must file a record of stocks they bought, and sold, during the quarter with the SEC within 45 days of the end of the prior quarter. In this case, the forms were due Feb 14, for the fourth quarter of 2019. While we don’t know when in the quarter the managers were buying, or at what price, we do know how many shares were added to the portfolio and which stocks they sold.

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Wednesday, February 19


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Shares making the most important strikes noon: Virgin Galactic, Tesla, Groupon, Blue Apron & extra

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Shares making the most important strikes noon: Virgin Galactic, Tesla, Groupon, Blue Apron & extra. Virgin Galactic handed Apple and Tesla as the preferred inventory amongst retail buyers, in keeping with Constancy, with shares headed for the eighth consecutive day of positive factors. Blue Apron — Shares of the meal package service plunged 21% after the corporate reported disappointing quarterly earnings and stated that it was contemplating “strategic options.” The corporate misplaced $1.66 per share within the fourth quarter, which was bigger than the $1.60 loss analysts polled by FactSet had been anticipating. Plug Energy – Shares of the gas cell maker gained greater than 8%, constructing on Tuesday’s power, which noticed the inventory end the day with a acquire of 9.7%.

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Stock market live updates: Dow up 100, Tesla tops $900, Virgin Galactic spikes

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Stock market live updates: Back to records, Tesla tops $900, Virgin Galactic spikes. Virgin Galactic co-founder Sir Richard Branson, CEO George Whitesides and Social Capital CEO Chamath Palihapitiya pose together outside of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) ahead of Virgin Galactic (SPCE) trading in New York, U.S., October 28, 2019. The market's strong breadth came as two of the three major U.S. stock indexes —the S&P 500 and Nasdaq — reached all-time highs while the Dow was on pace to snap a three-session slide. Shares of all three companies have become favorites among retail investors, with infamous Reddit forum r/wallstreetbets calling for users to buy Plug Power after recent frenzied buying in Tesla and Virgin Galactic. However, CNBC's Jim Cramer said earlier that a rally like the one in Virgin Galactic can end badly.

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Where Will Tesla Be in 5 Years?

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Tesla(NASDAQ: TSLA) is now the most valuable automaker in the world by a wide margin, despite the fact that many manufacturers make in just a few weeks the number of cars it sells in a whole year. Given the expected ramp-up of production from its factory in China and the one it's trying to break ground on in Germany, it may be possible for Tesla to produce nearly 2 million vehicles by then. This year could be a turning point year: Audi, Rivian, Volvo, Ford, and others are launching new electric vehicle models with longer ranges and increasingly competitive prices. If these vehicles begin to cut into Tesla's leading EV market share, it could take a bite out of demand and ultimately growth. Tesla is far from the only company working on self-driving cars, it's just been the most aggressive about bringing autonomous features to consumers. But the company's Autopilot system is a long way from full autonomy, and research firm Navigant rates Tesla behind GM Cruise, Alphabet's Waymo, Ford, Volkswagen, and even Uber in the autonomous vehicle race.

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Stocks - Tesla Soars in Premarket on Upgrade; Groupon Tumbles

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9:05 AM ET: Barrick Gold (NYSE:GOLD) stock rose 0.8%, hitting another three-year high, after gold futures hit their highest level since 2013 on expectations that the world’s central banks will further loosen monetary policy to offset the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak on the economy. 9 AM ET: Plug Power (NASDAQ:PLUG) rose another 8.9% to add to Tuesday’s 9.7% rise, as the hydrogen fuel cell company benefited from a surge of hot money being thrown at alternative energy stocks, squeezing what has been a heavily-shorted stock. 8:54 AM ET: Analog Devices (NASDAQ:ADI) stock rose 5.2%, zeroing in on an all-time high, after the company raised its dividend by 15% on the back of a better-than-expected final quarter in 2019. Diamondback Energy (NASDAQ:FANG) stock rose 3.3% after the oil and gas producer reported better-than-expected earnings for the fourth quarter and upheld its guidance for the coming year, despite the weak start to 2020 for crude prices.

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Well, Bill Gates is never going to buy a Tesla now

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Gates and Brownlee have met before, and the idea was to have Gates discuss some of what the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has planned for this year, which marks the 20th anniversary of the organization. Unsurprisingly, the conversation touched on climate change and in pretty short order sustainable transportation, with Brownlee bringing up Tesla, asking when "premium" electric cars will grow more affordable and ubiquitous. Gates didn't exactly malign Tesla with his answer, telling Brownlee: "The premium today is there, but over the next decade -- except that the [mileage] range will still be a little bit less -- that premium will come to zero. [When we look at all the sectors addressing climate change,] passenger cars is certainly one of the most hopeful, and Tesla, if you had to name one company that's help drive that, it's them." What Gates did next, however, did not sit well with Musk, apparently. Specifically, a Twitter account associated with an unofficial Tesla newsletter tweeted: "a lot of people are going to watch the interview and they are going to trust Bill's word for it and not even consider EVs. Why? Because Bill Gates is a really smart guy!"

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Tuesday, February 18


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Palladium, the ‘Tesla Stock of Commodities,’ Smashes Record Again

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Futures contracts for the precious metal surged as much as 8.1% to a record as Wall Street fled stocks. “Palladium has been unbelievable – it’s like the Tesla stock of commodities,” Edward Meir, an analyst at ED&F Man Capital Markets, said by phone. “Prices are caught up in the rally in precious metals. Whenever these metals rally palladium tends to move as well, but by a greater magnitude.”. Over that full hour, volume for palladium was more than six times the average in the past 100 days for that time of day, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

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'Eco-friendly' Tesla banned from destroying huge forests in Germany

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'Eco-friendly' Tesla banned from destroying huge forests in Germany. A German court has ordered that Tesla stop destroying vast forests outside of Berlin. Eco-protesters found themselves in a strange position as they protested the world's main supplier of eco-friendly electric cars. The court announced that it issued the order to cease the destruction of the forest, near Grünheide, in the eastern state of Brandenburg, after a complaint was raised by a local environmentalist group, the Green League of Brandenburg.

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Stock Market News: Tesla Revs Up Again; Kroger Has a New Shareholder

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Stock Market News: Tesla Revs Up Again; Kroger Has a New Shareholder | NASDAQ. The stock market lost ground on Tuesday morning, as investors reacted negatively to news that the COVID-19 outbreak would hurt revenue at the world's largest tech company. That warning made market participants focus again on the potential consequences of the epidemic on the global economy, and even though most anticipate only a temporary pause in economic growth, it's coming at a critical time. As of 11 a.m. EST, the Dow Jones Industrial Average(DJINDICES: ^DJI) was down 166 points to 29,232. Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) returned to its winning ways with another big jump, and many are looking at the electric-vehicle stock with newfound optimism.

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trump: Microsoft boss pays Tesla a compliment; unimpressed Elon says he finds Bill 'underwhelming', Technology News, ETtech

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Bill Gates paid Tesla Inc. a compliment for coaxing the car industry to go electric. If he was expecting kind words in return from Elon Musk, he apparently shouldn’t have spoken about challenges that still lie ahead -- or about his new Porsche. Gates, the billionaire co-founder of Microsoft Corp., spoke with a YouTube influencer last week about the challenges of reducing emissions to slow climate change. Then Gates discussed recently buying a Porsche Taycan. While he called the electric sports car “very, very cool,” he acknowledged its premium price -- the initial Turbo S models start at $185,000 -- and said consumers still have to overcome anxieties about EVs offering limited range and taking longer to recharge. Gasoline-powered cars travel longer between quick refuels at stations that outnumber charging points. When a Tesla enthusiast posted about being disappointed in Gates’s decision to buy a Taycan instead of a Tesla and his comments about range anxiety, Musk replied: “My conversations with Gates have been underwhelming tbh.”.

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