Week 12-18 September 2023


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Start date for the articles: 2023-09-08; End date for the articles: 2023-09-18
NEWS SUMMARY for ('AAPL', 51), which changed on 1.69% last trading day:
Apple's stock had a strong day as positive signals of iPhone demand could lift the stock higher, according to Mizuho analysts. Preorders for the iPhone 15 have begun, and some analysts see solid demand. However, despite the positive sentiment, there are concerns about Apple's consistency in driving sales growth. Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives is encouraged by the strong preorders for the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max models, which could lead to a mini super-cycle and increase confidence in estimates for the holiday quarter.

NEWS SUMMARY for ('NVDA', 19), which changed on 0.15% last trading day:
Nvidia's stock price may be forming a bearish reversal pattern, raising concerns among investors. However, the company's strong earnings growth and price strength make it a stock to watch. The bull market in artificial intelligence (AI) is just getting started, providing smart reasons to buy Nvidia's stock. The company's valuation will depend on its ability to double revenue over the next year. Additionally, Nvidia has been defending itself against accusations of inflating Q2 results, with an analyst dismissing the claims.

NEWS SUMMARY for ('AMZN', 25), which changed on -0.29% last trading day:
Amazon stock investors are receiving mixed opinions on whether to buy or sell the stock, with some analysts predicting significant upside potential. The Zacks Rank makes it easier to find strong buy retail and wholesale stocks, including Amazon. Holding onto Amazon stock for the long-term has proven to be a successful strategy, with a $1000 investment made 10 years ago being worth a significant amount today. Despite some concerns about the stock being overvalued, there is optimism about Amazon's future growth potential, especially in its e-commerce and cloud services segments.

NEWS SUMMARY for ('TSLA', 16), which changed on -3.32% last trading day:
Tesla's stock could increase by about 45% in the next year, according to a new price target by Morgan Stanley. The options market is also predicting a spike in Tesla's stock. Billionaire investor Ron Baron believes that Tesla's stock could quadruple in the next seven years. However, other experts have expressed concerns about Tesla, with one fund manager expecting third-quarter deliveries to fall short of expectations and short-seller Jim Chanos calling the stock "ridiculously overvalued." Despite the differing opinions, Tesla's venture into supercomputing with its Dojo system has sparked excitement and led to a significant boost in the company's stock.

NEWS SUMMARY for ('MSFT', 12), which changed on -0.35% last trading day:
Microsoft is facing legal challenges from the European Union over its Teams video-conferencing app. The European Commission is preparing a formal complaint, as Microsoft's proposal to sell Teams separately from its business software package was not accepted. Despite this, Microsoft is seen as a good investment opportunity in the technology industry, with strong potential for growth in AI and cloud computing. Analysts at Goldman Sachs believe Microsoft has the potential to double its earnings per share by FY27 backed by AI and cloud adoption. However, there is steep competition in the AI race, which could pose challenges for Microsoft to retain its dominance.

NEWS SUMMARY for ('GOOG', 12), which changed on 0.48% last trading day:
The news articles revolve around Alphabet Inc. (GOOG) and its stock performance. The articles highlight the attention it has received from users and discuss the stock's prospects, growth potential in artificial intelligence, and positive earnings reports. There is also a mention of a young software engineer who plans to retire early and has invested in Alphabet Inc. stock. Additionally, there is a survey indicating that over half of Americans believe artificial intelligence could spread misinformation in the 2024 election.

NEWS SUMMARY for ('ORCL', 16), which changed on -1.48% last trading day:
Oracle Corporation (ORCL) has received mixed analyst ratings over the past three months, with a total of 14 analysts providing bullish, somewhat bullish, indifferent, somewhat bearish, and bearish ratings. The average price target from these analysts is $128.64, indicating potential upside from the current price of $113.03. Oracle recently reported mixed first-quarter financial results, with revenue of $12.45 billion, up 9% year-over-year, and adjusted earnings per share of $1.19, beating estimates. The company's cloud revenue also showed growth, with total cloud revenue of $4.6 billion, up 30% year-over-year. However, Oracle's revenue outlook for the future fell below Wall Street consensus, leading to a decline in its stock price.

NEWS SUMMARY for ('SPY', 9), which changed on 0.06% last trading day:
Investor sentiment declines as the S&P 500 falls for the second straight week. Consumer sentiment in the US also declined in September as inflation data exceeded expectations. In the crypto market, Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Dogecoin trade mixed ahead of the Federal Open Market Committee policy meeting. The August Consumer Price Index (CPI) report showed an increase in inflation, sparking mixed reactions among economists and uncertainty regarding interest rates. The SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) experienced both bullish and bearish patterns in the stock market.

NEWS SUMMARY for ('ADBE', 14), which changed on 0.67% last trading day:
Adobe (ADBE) reported record-breaking revenue in Q3, benefiting from high demand for digital content creation software. However, despite the earnings beat, Adobe shares fell almost 5% due to a relatively disappointing outlook for the current quarter. Analysts remain bullish on the stock, with Goldman Sachs raising the price target from $550 to $625. The delay in issuing full-year 2024 guidance is causing some concern among investors.

NEWS SUMMARY for ('DJIA', 12), which changed on 0.0% last trading day:
The Federal Reserve's decisions on interest rates could lead to a wave of commercial-debt defaults, particularly in the office space sector. Rising medical costs are making it harder for the Fed to keep inflation down to 2%. The stock market pattern of "Sell Rosh Hashanah, buy Yom Kippur" is seen as just a calendar event. Consumer sentiment has fallen for the second consecutive month, but Americans believe inflation will continue to slow. The cost of imports registered its biggest increase in 15 months due to higher oil prices. The New York Fed's Empire State factory gauge rebounded in September. President Biden gave a speech comparing "Bidenomics" to "MAGAnomics," but polling shows Americans aren't sold on either. Wholesale inflation posted its largest increase in 14 months, driven by rising energy costs. The US recorded a budget surplus in August due to savings from the blocked student loan plan. US consumer prices increased by 0.6% in August, largely due to higher oil prices. Lending by US banks rebounded in the latest week, while consumer credit growth slowed in July.

NEWS SUMMARY for ('VZ', 15), which changed on -0.75% last trading day:
Verizon is expanding its network coverage and opening a new retail store in Soldotna, Alaska, to better serve residents and visitors in the area. The company also plans to showcase its latest Enterprise Intelligence, including Private 5G Networks, at the Mobile World Congress in Las Vegas. Verizon has been making significant contributions and waiving charges for customers affected by natural disasters such as floods in Libya and an earthquake in Morocco. Additionally, the company is bringing 5G Innovation Sessions to Washington, D.C., and participating in media and entertainment conferences.

NEWS SUMMARY for ('DIS', 11), which changed on -0.65% last trading day:
Investors have been closely watching The Walt Disney Company (DIS), as the stock has been in the spotlight recently. Some key factors to consider are Disney's improving economic outlook amidst rising inflation, its strategic shift away from traditional broadcast television, and the recent unionization of Marvel Studios' visual effects workers. Despite an overall difficult operating environment, there are still positive factors in favor of Disney stock. However, the decline in linear network viewership and the need for help in the streaming business pose challenges for the company. Disney has also settled a class-action lawsuit, agreeing to compensate Magic Key holders.
[GPT3.5-Turbo model 1 day summary] MARKET NEWS SUMMARY ('multiple_tickers', 284) -- i.e. 284 news summary for the last 24 hours before 18/09/2023 20:13 UTC time: ***************************************************************
- Northcoast Research upgraded Jack Henry & Associates Inc from Neutral to Buy.
- Wedbush upgraded Carvana Co from Underperform to Neutral.
- Guggenheim upgraded Ralph Lauren Corp from Neutral to Buy.
- RBC Capital upgraded BioCryst Pharmaceuticals Inc from Sector Perform to Outperform.
- Deutsche Bank upgraded Iridium Communications Inc from Hold to Buy.
- B of A Securities upgraded ESAB Corp from Neutral to Buy.
- Hovde Group upgraded Prosperity Bancshares Inc from Market Perform to Outperform.
- HC Wainwright & Co upgraded Oncternal Therapeutics Inc from Neutral to Buy.
- Wells Fargo upgraded Lockheed Martin Corp from Underweight to Equal-Weight.
- Wells Fargo upgraded L3Harris Technologies Inc from Equal-Weight to Overweight.
- TD Cowen upgraded Albany International Corp from Market Perform to Outperform.
- Mizuho upgraded Kimco Realty Corp from Neutral to Buy.
- UBS upgraded AGNC Investment Corp from Neutral to Buy.
- UBS upgraded Annaly Capital Management Inc from Neutral to Buy.
- Mizuho upgraded DoorDash Inc from Neutral to Buy.
- Morgan Stanley upgraded Alteryx Inc from Equal-Weight to Overweight.
- HC Wainwright & Co upgraded Biomarin Pharmaceutical Inc from Neutral to Buy.
- Morgan Stanley upgraded Boston Scientific Corporation from Equal-Weight to Overweight.
- Wells Fargo upgraded AutoZone Inc from Underweight to Equal-Weight.
- UBS upgraded AGCO Corporation from Neutral to Buy.
[GPT4 model 1 day summary] MARKET NEWS SUMMARY ('multiple_tickers', 284) -- i.e. 284 news summary for the last 24 hours before 18/09/2023 20:13 UTC time: ***************************************************************
  1. Teleflex (TFX) to exhibit its Arrow VPS Rhythm DLX Device and Arrow PICCs at the Vizient Innovative Technology Exchange.
  2. FDA approves GSK's Momelotinib (Ojjaara) for treating myelofibrosis patients with anemia.
  3. SITE Centers (SITC) stock increases by 13.7% in the past 6 months due to robust leasing activity.
  4. Ericsson's (ERIC) RedCap Software unveils new 5G use cases expected to generate long-term revenue.
  5. UAW strike against US auto giants General Motors (GM), Stellantis (STLA), and Ford (F) enters day four with no resolution.
  6. Improvement signs begin to show in the US stock market's utilities sector, the worst-performing this year.
  7. Stocks such as Apple (AAPL), Bank of America (BAC), Nvidia (NVDA) are boosting their dividend payouts.
  8. Merck's (MRK) Keytruda receives positive CHMP opinion for adjuvant treatment of non-small cell lung cancer in EU.
  9. Birkenstock plans to list on the New York Stock Exchange.
  10. Oil prices could reach $100 per barrel by year-end, oil analysts predict.
  11. Katapult Holdings, Inc. to participate in the Sidoti Small-Cap Conference.
  12. DexCom (DXCM) latest CGM sensor, DexCom ONE, gets reimbursement coverage in France.
  13. Key companies defining previous tech cycles suggest potential for Nvidia in upcoming AI-driven era.
  14. highlights include Intrepid Potash, Fortrea Holdings and Cricut.
  15. RLI set to grow due to product diversification, better opportunities in inland marine space, rate increases, higher premium receipts, and effective capital deployment.
  16. BAE Systems (BAESY) strong investment case in aerospace defense market owed to positive estimate revision, stable ROE, and systematic investments.
  17. Elon Musk and Cathie Wood believe Tesla could be valued over $6 trillion in the future.
  18. Princeton Bancorp (BPRN) shares surge, but earnings estimate revisions suggest no further price increase.
  19. Blue Owl Capital Inc. (OWL) sees a jump in share price, but earnings estimate revisions suggest it may not continue to rise.
[GPT3.5-Turbo model 10 days summary] MARKET NEWS SUMMARY ('multiple_tickers', 2050) -- i.e. 2050 news summarised for the period 2023-09-08 to 2023-09-18
  1. The United Auto Workers (UAW) union is engaged in negotiations with Ford, GM, and Stellantis, and a potential strike could benefit Tesla.
  2. Retailers' Q2 earnings reports were varied but make sense when viewed in the context of the bigger picture.
  3. Intel stock has surged this year due to its foundry efforts gaining momentum.
  4. Shopify's landmark deal with Amazon has raised questions about the company's focus on logistics.
  5. The race for growth stocks in 2030 features Shopify, Airbnb, and Globe Life.
  6. AT&T is not worried about competition from cable companies in the wireless sector.
  7. Cathie Wood is buying biotech stocks NTLA and DNA, which may double in value.
  8. A potential IPO from a semiconductor powerhouse that Nvidia failed to acquire is generating interest.
  9. Penny stocks can be a good choice for novice investors under certain conditions.
  10. Three growth stocks with potential are Shopify, Palantir, and Cloudflare.
  11. Visa and Mastercard are disputing reports about fee hikes, causing concern among investors.
  12. There are two super growth stocks in the artificial intelligence (AI) sector that offer market-crushing returns: TSM and RBLX.
  13. Three Warren Buffett stocks to buy for the next bull market are NVR, BRK.B, and LPX.
  14. Two growth stock bargains that investors may regret not buying are CHWY and BROS.
  15. Two monster stocks to buy before the next bull market are UPST and PINS.
  16. Apple's recent market cap decline may present a buying opportunity, despite concerns about its relationship with China.
  17. A top growth stock transforming into an AI software platform is expected to surpass key peers.
  18. Rocket Lab has become the first publicly traded rocket company to reuse a rocket engine.
  19. Magnificent monthly mailbox money can be obtained through dividend growth, with monthly dividend stocks recommended.
  20. T-Mobile is now among the top dividend stocks, providing an opportunity for income investors.
  21. A high-yield fund looks risky despite its 13.7% yield, and caution is advised.
  22. Snowflake and UiPath are both good AI stocks to buy, with both companies benefiting from the rising effectiveness of artificial intelligence.
  23. Home Depot stock offers three reasons to buy in a potential bull market.
  24. Anticipated inflation may cause a sell-off in the stock market, and one high-yield ETF can provide safety.
  25. Eli Lilly stock may have more room to grow thanks to its sales-generating drug, Mounjaro.
  26. A bull market is still expected, and three stocks that could benefit are Visa, Amazon, and Salesforce.
  27. Coca-Cola and Deere are both good dividend stocks, but Coca-Cola is the better choice.
  28. Investors can expect dividend growth from Schwab U.S. Dividend Equity ETF (SCHD).
  29. Two high-yield stocks worth buying are SCHH and BEPC.
  30. Two superb growth stocks to buy are Salesforce and CrowdStrike.
  31. Two top dividend stocks to buy in September are TD and O.
  32. A high-yield ETF provides safety during a potential stock market sell-off.
  33. New investors can get started with $500 by investing in Apple, Tesla, and more.
  34. Four huge analyst calls include downgrades for Block and upgrades for Chewy.
  35. It is a better time to buy Enterprise Products Partners over Energy Transfer.
  36. The August CPI report could set up a bear trap for the stock market, with inflation expected to increase.
  37. Buying opportunities exist for volatility-and-inflation-resistant dividend stocks such as ADC, STAG, and LTC.
  38. Zscaler stock has significant growth potential due to the rising effectiveness of artificial intelligence.
  39. Home Depot stock offers three reasons to buy, including its resilience in a potential bull market.
  40. There are three pharmaceutical stocks trading at attractive valuations.
  41. AMD's graphics card market share has bounced back.
  42. Nvidia's annual report provides valuable data for investors.
  43. Three REITs, Realty Income, Alexandria Real Estate, and American Tower, are worth sticking by.
  44. Three unstoppable growth stocks to buy are Eli Lilly, Regeneron, and Vertex.
  45. Four stocks with tons of cash are Coinbase, Zoom, Airbnb, and Zscaler.
  46. Choosing the right industry is crucial for finding penny stocks worth investing in.
  47. Zscaler stock's one-year performance is already priced into its valuations.
  48. Berkshire Hathaway's homebuilder stocks are worth buying, with NVR, BRK.B, and LEN standing out.
  49. Devon stock is a better high-yield buy than Chevron stock.
  50. Ally Financial and TowneBank represent good high-yield stocks in the banking sector.