Beyond Meat Inc
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BYND has a short interest of 39%. Beyond KFC officially launched (as predicted by South Park) and McDonald's McPlant is winning over the UK with US launch just a matter of time per both companies. Is this the next big Short Squeeze play?
BYND has a reported Short Interest of 39%. Beyond KFC (as predicted by South Park) is now officially a thing and the McDonald's McPlant launch in the US just a matter of time suggested by both companies. Is this the next big Short Squeeze play?
$SQ $Z $SPCE $QS $BYND $FUBO $AI $SAM 🚀🚀🚀 [White's list of the top 25 short cover candidates for the start of 2020](https://www.reuters.com/markets/asia/live-markets-using-shorts-find-early-winners-2022-2021-12-29/) Why not make it difficult for the shorts to cover these
I went purely on Morningstar research for these tickers. ADBE is rated at 18% discount to fair value ($630 with "medium" uncertainty), wide and stable moat, 5 star price target is $441. I've never seen a price target with higher than medium uncertainty on their platform, so that means that they are pretty confident. Look at SAM ($750 price target) and BYND ($120 target)
this BYND burger tastes like ass it's not that hard to make fake meat taste good just ask my local restaurant that got shut down multiple times for health violations i'm 99% sure their sesame chicken is made of styrofoam and it is DELICIOUS
Sometimes we get emotionally attached and make stupid decisions. Last year I rode BYND down from the peak for far too long, convinced that their products are the future. But stocks are moved by money, not thoughts and prayers. I finally came to my senses and sold at a significant loss. It's now down even more from when I sold. >GME was plain stupidity It's still plain stupidity. Often we just have to smack ourselves in the face and sell. Your thesis relies on the idea that a stock which lost $3.50 a share last year is going to pop back up to 50% above the current price for no reason. And to be clear, a lot of theories are nothing more than a group delusion. You have to weigh up the possibility of a huge move up vs a slow decline - and if you could be better off allocating that capital elsewhere.
BYND looks like it *might* meme to something again But you have to consider it's a dead meme subject to market forces now, i.e. fundamentals. And it's losing more and more money every quarter. And some companies shouldn't exist.
Very heavily yeah. You can think of it as an attempt at a "woke" ETF. The name sounds like it holds BYND and OTLY and whatever else, but in reality it just *avoids* things that aren't "vegan" or "climate friendly", so oil & gas, meat companies, tobacco, military/defence, etc. That means you're left with a lot of tech and finance. Think TSLA, V, MA, NVDA, GOOG, ADBE, etc. It's nothing particularly special, I just have a soft spot for it because I was only a year into non-practice-account investing at the time and because I enjoy how people's faces twist in disapproval when you tell them you have your money in a *vegan* *ETF*.
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Zoom is enterprise tech that also happens to be a popular app. Its very profitable from the enterprise angle. Despite what many think, delivering multiple video streams efficiently is not as easy. Teams tried to copy and was a disaster for several months till they figure it out and thats with behemoth Microsoft at the helm... Its not easy tech. Its all about server architecture and network optimization. You dont just slap an app together and call it a day. They were indeed crazy over priced but that has nothing to do with the business fundamentals. PTON, BYND and PLTR have fundamental business problems and they arent profitable. Zoom is highly profitable and sitting on a mountain of cash but they have slowing growth... Not no growth, slowing growth. The bear argument is that it might reverse. I seriously doubt that and if it did, it will be short lived because I cant believe work from home is going to suddenly stop growting. I think its going to keep growing because it saves companies money and saves workers both money and tons of time. Government will back it because it also helps infrastructure, namely, streets. Less people on streets means less accidents, higher efficiency, less maintenance, etc. There is almost no downside thus its going to grow until every job that can be done remote, is done remote. Cats out of the bag. Cant put it back any more.
BYND gonna react like it did with KFC deal. Needed a day to digest the importance of it and next day ran almost 20%. McDonalds expanding the McPlant from 8 to 600 stores means a nationwide rollout is going to happen in the future.
right now I have HUMA, AOA and threw a couple hundred bucks at JAGX. HUMA is something I think is cool and is a risk but I thought that I'd like to be in just in case, it's not even 1% of my total folio and is about 10% of my "play" portfolio. AOA is less play but still more risk. JAGX is literally holder money to watch it and maybe turn $250 into 500. BYND has sadly become risky - I bought it and more than doubled my money, and then I stopped watching and now I'm down by half. I think holding it is super risky because it may never get back to my purchase price but I'm stubborn and holding....so dumb/risky you decide.
I do not think the decrease in price of Hood has much to do with them. There is a group of stocks that have been lowering and lowering for six months now. Examples: IRBT, BYND, ZOOM, all solar, all marihuana... Does anybody have an explanation for this?