Benzinga’s Ultimate Bulls and Bears of the Year: Alibaba, Apple Pal, Intel, Tesla and more
* Benzinga has explored the prospects of many investors’ preferred stocks in the past week. * Weekly bullish calls include iPhone maker and electric vehicle stocks. * Semiconductor makers and Chinese internet giants were in bearish calls. The last trading weekend of the tumultuous year saw little offer at the Santa Claus rally, with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones ones having an industrial average of about 1% and the Nasdaq. Essentially flat for weeks. For the full year though, the Dow was up nearly 6%, the S&P 500 was up more than 14%, and the Nasdaq was up more than 41%. Not worse than a year that March saw the market fall. With the progress on the third CIVID-19 vaccine of the year, Washington continued the political feud in Washington and gave signs of life in the movie industry. Also, eCommerce Colossus has found success with new endeavors, the electric vehicle leader is preparing to expand and can be considered the days of the top chipmaker. The end of the year is also a time to look forward, with market themes and forecasts about Feng. Stocks, cryptocurrencies and much more. Through all of this, Benziga continued to test the potential of most stocks among investors. Here are some of the most bullish and bearish posts from the past week that are perfect for other looks. Jason Derrick’s “3 Reasons Why Jean Munster Says Apple Will Be a Top Performer in 2021,” see why this well-known tech expert and venture capitalist believes some key catalysts this year are Apple Pull Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) The stock will run high and make it the top performing Fang Play. Tesla Inc. (Nasdaq: TSLA) could beat both internal and Wall Street expectations in the fourth quarter despite some. “Speed bumps.” Based on Shivdeep Dhaliwal’s ambitious delivery target of 500,000 deliveries for 2020, according to Tesla on Truck, Bradbush says. “Snap Releases on New Street – High Spirit Targets: Why Goldm Sachs Are Bullish” Shanti Rexalin examines why a top analyst believes Snap Inc. (NYSE: SNAP) stocks are poised for more sideways, and Fourth-quarter earnings are likely to exceed expectations. “Bofa Chem will raise its Neo price target ahead of the January 9, Neo Day event,” Wayne Duggan discusses what electric car maker Neo Inc. (NYYSE: NIO) will announce at its next event. . See what should give investors plenty of reason for optimism this year. Priya Corporation’s “Cam Keybank Continental Resources has a bullish trend” Cam Petroleum and Natural Gas Research and Production Company Continental Resources, Inc. Focuses on. (NYSE: CLR) is in good condition now. And may re-establish its dividend this year. For last week’s additional bullish calls, also take a look at the following: * The S&P 500 is just booming every time from WWII * 3 Catalysts that can drive stock prices higher in the stock market. 2021 * Tilson: Franthi Stock Market Still ‘Two Years After Top’ Shanti Rexalin’s “Intel Analyst: Challenges in 2021 Look ‘Significant’ Responding to worker pressure to make changes. What could be next for the technology giant? “Alibaba Shares Tank E-Commerce Commerce Giant Ups Stock Buyback Target to Be” by Aditya Raghunath shows why the Alibaba Group Holdings Limited (NYSE: BABA) share buyback program is in the face of antenna? Competitive scrutiny of Chinese officials failed to please investors. Chris Katzny’s “Bear’s ile glow on Fubotivi after a 330% jump in 2020” argues that the bears raise questions about valuations and long-term outlook for Fubotiv Inc. (NYSE: Fubo). The hottest stocks in the streaming market last year. Was the double-digit gain too much in five straight days? Electric vehicle maker Nicola Corporation (Nasdaq: NKLA) “faces a lack of scale in the first 18 months of truck sales,” according to JPMorgan Lower Nicola Price Target, Seiz’s execution risk associated with ‘a stigmatized brand’ by Priya Corporation. “For more bearishness, don’t forget to check out these posts: * Bitcoin is likely to peak in Rally Coming Week, says technical analyst * The time is among the worst performing S&P 500 stocks of 2020. In this article, no one in the author’s specified equity Keep up with all the latest breaking news and trading ideas by following Benzinga on Twitter.Phone Credit: Andy Mitchell, Flickr See more from Benzinga * Click here for a deal on Benzinga options * Baron after Christmas elections and plaques: Apple, Alibaba, Pool, Yelp and more * Significant Inside Buy at Christmas Week: Foot Locker, Gamestop, Netapp & More (c) 2021 Benzinga.com Benzinga does not offer investment advice.All rights reserved.