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Stock Opinions by Dan Nathan

BUY on WEAKNESS
No one is worried about megacap tech stocks and that's a worry. Snap, Twitter and Pinterest, also Lyft have slid around 25% from their highs, and these are buying opportunities in the coming months.
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BUY on WEAKNESS
No one is worried about megacap tech stocks and that's a worry. Snap, Twitter and Pinterest, also Lyft have slid around 25% from their highs, and these are buying opportunities in the coming months.
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BUY on WEAKNESS
No one is worried about megacap tech stocks and that's a worry. Snap, Twitter and Pinterest, also Lyft have slid around 25% from their highs, and these are buying opportunities in the coming months.
Technology
BUY on WEAKNESS
No one is worried about megacap tech stocks and that's a worry. Snap, Twitter and Pinterest, also Lyft have slid around 25% from their highs, and these are buying opportunities in the coming months.
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COMMENT
Megacap tech names in 2022 There will a lot more Fed in 2022 by tapering and raising interest rates. In early-2022, investors will have to re-price a lot of high-valuation growth that isn't profitable, and eventually they'll get to the megacap names. Look at Q1 this year and what reversed? Answer: megacap tech and the Nasdaq reversed a lot of those early-2021 gains, though has since gone up a lot since. Most troubling is that Microsoft, Apple and Tesla have made huge gains this year and in just recent months--it isn't sustainable as growth stocks are re-priced. These are expensive stocks in terms of PE.
Unknown
BUY
A $100,000 call on Bitcoin is interesting. He gets why people buy into huge 25% dips, but he considers Ethereum more interesting and predicts this will double before Bitcoin does.
Cryptocurrencies
BUY
There have been crazy moves in the market lately. Best Buy rose 35% over two months, then surrendered half those gains instantly. There's a lot of oddness in the market but it will fade once we get over these supply chain bottlenecks, and those stocks will reverse course.
specialty stores
DON'T BUY
No catalyst to rise. Not exciting. It's supposed to grow earnings and sales around 5% in 2022, and trades at 24x and pays a 2% dividend. A good chart for a break-out, but he still doesn't care for ir.
food processing
COMMENT
September outlook The trend has definitely been a friend. There were 12 all-time highs in the S&P in August. He doesn't see much upside heading into September. There's crowding into just a handful of names, making up 45% of the Nasdaq 100, so there's little breadth in the market. That's a concern.
Unknown
COMMENT
Ethereum It's outpacing Bitcoin, currently 45% of the market cap of Bitcoin and their values are now greater than Bitcoin. We're seeing a lot of asset that people want to own in cryptos that are other than Bitcoin, and that likely includes Ethereum.
Unknown
BUY on WEAKNESS
Their down day really stuck out, based on insider selling, just days after NXP announced $2 billion more in share buybacks. But it trades below peers' PE, and they should do double-digit EPS growth next year and high-single-digit sales growth. Buy on pullback and go long.
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
BUY
With an October expiration, a $380 at the money put would cost you only 2.2%. Cheap.
E.T.F.'s
BUY

You must distinguish megacap names where they've seen massive valuation rises. These names, after running up in 2020, will come to some hard compares in 2021. Meanwhile rates are rising. So, you must readjust to the decelerating growth in this tech names. Apple was down 20% from its January highs. If you believe there's another leg to this bull market, this is exactly where you initiative a position or add. MSFT and Amazon also show good relative strength.

electrical / electronic
BUY
Likes it. They had an amazing quarter and guidance, but lacks the valuation support. It offers 17% earnings growth and 20% sales growth in 2021 and trading at 50x PE. This is a good level to get into.
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BUY

Disney vs. Netflix They had a killer quarter and guidance. The stock hit a new high. There are a lot of things firing. Disney+ is less than 10% of overall sales, but they have a great opportunity to monetize those viewers. Near-term, NFLX is a buy. Disney will catch up in many ways. Also, it's a big mess with all the cable unbundling that will lead to a massive rebundling. Maybe NFLX will take advantage of that in coming years.

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