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Morning Newsletter 4/28

As we continue to move into this week the tech earnings keep pouring in. AAPL is set to release their earnings this morning. NIO received institutional support from analysts, indicating a huge growth trajectory into 2022. SNRE is getting a lot of support online as many believe they have more drugs in the pipeline set for approval. BB is turning itself around, getting high expectations from social media. SNDL is quite the contrary, getting mixed reviews as the stock price continues to drop. NVAX is set to climb today with the approval of multiple world leaders.


GOOOD MORNING! Here at AutoManus, we are passionate about making investing in the stock market fair for everyone, not just the big firms. We’ve developed a tool that gives EVERYONE the same information as Wall Street investors so anyone can make informed decisions. So, we’ve monitored various sources including social media and institutional analysts to bring you a well-rounded set of information to help you get that information. Below you’ll see the top stocks we’ve tracked and flagged. Use this information wisely :)


Stocks need to be noticed today from data we collected:





Stocks Today: AAPL, NIO, SRNE, BB, SNDL, NVAX


AAPL

Price:

Last Closed Price: $134.39, Institutional Target Price from WSJ: $151.67, Reddit posts price: $

Summary of what’s going on:

AAPL earnings are going to be released today -- that’s why people are talking about AAPL’s earnings play. People are looking at their historical earnings to understand post earnings move -- AAPL is 4.46% on average [Source: Reddit]. Institutions expect an increase in revenue [Source: WSJ].


NIO

Price:

Last Closed Price: $41.21, Institutional Target Price from WSJ: $59.86, Reddit posts price: $

Summary of what’s going on:

NIO confirms that it will enter Norway [Source: Reddit]. People are also excited about Deutsche Bank analyst’s on NIO that “for first year after launch, ET7 Orders will exceed Supply. That suggests $400 NIO Share Price in 2022” [Source: Reddit]. NIO stock gets an institutional endorsement before its quarterly earnings report [Source: Investor Place].

SRNE

Price:

Last Closed Price: $8.81, Institutional Target Price from WSJ: $27.50, Reddit posts price: $

Summary of what’s going on:

Redditors believe that SRNE has better drugs in the pipeline [Source:Reddit], and they believe that SRNE is undervalued compared to its competitors [Source:Reddit].It also is able to achieve 100% discharge rate for COVID19 [Source:Seeking Alpha]. It receives FDA clearance to Proceed With Phase 2 Study for Sti-3031, an Anti-Pd-L1 Antibody, for Advanced Urothelial Carcinoma [Source: Reddit].


BB

Price:

Last Closed Price: $9.29, Institutional Target Price from WSJ: $9.44, Reddit posts price: $

Summary of what’s going on:

Many reddit investors are more interested in BB rather than GME after realizing BB is profitable and has a vision for its future in tech [Reddit]. The company is set to pivot into cybersecurity and IoT soon, after hiring new management [WSJ].


SNDL

Price:

Last Closed Price: $0.895, Institutional Target Price from WSJ: $0.88, Reddit posts price: $

Summary of what’s going on:

SNDL has mixed reviews on social media, with some investors saying the company is nothing more than a pump stock, and others saying it could be like MVIS [Reddit]. The company is struggling to stay profitable and is significantly smaller than it’s competitors in the weed market [InvestorPlace].

NVAX

Price:

Last Closed Price: $257.67, Institutional Target Price from WSJ: $323.00, Reddit posts price: $

Summary of what’s going on:

NVAX had a monster day yesterday after multiple world leaders publicly backed the company for a vaccine, including US President Biden [Reddit]. The company had huge growth numbers yesterday on the market, and is poised to do the same again today




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