Tag: Goldman Sachs

  • A Cheaper Way to Trade Obesity Treatments

    A Cheaper Way to Trade Obesity Treatments

    The obesity epidemic is bursting at the seams.   According to the World Health Organization, obesity has tripled since 1975.  More than 1.9 billion adults were overweight, as of 2016, with more than 650 million considered obese. By 2030, about 20% of the global population will be obese, according to the National Centers for Biotechnology Information.   That’s not…

  • Top Reasons Gold Could See Higher Highs

    Top Reasons Gold Could See Higher Highs

    Keep an eye on gold. Last trading at $2,332.19, it could test $2,700 this year, says Goldman Sachs.  All thanks to safe haven demand, considerable interest from global central banks, and conflict in the Middle East.  For one, central bank buying isn’t showing any signs of cooling off, with China buying even more for the seventeenth…

  • It’s Only a Matter of Time Before Gold Runs to $3,000

    It’s Only a Matter of Time Before Gold Runs to $3,000

    Gold is on fire. Last checked, it’s now up to $2,329.93 from about $1,9996 in February. From here, it could easily see $2,500.  For one, central banks are still loading up on gold. Two, Goldman Sachs just said that the Federal Reserve’s meeting “reinforced the market’s (and ours) expectations that three cuts are likely this…

  • Goldman Sachs Just Reiterated a Buy on Micron, But…

    Goldman Sachs Just Reiterated a Buy on Micron, But…

    Shares of Micron Technology (MU) are exploding higher, we noted on Feb. 27. All as Micron begins producing artificial intelligence semiconductors for Nvidia. “AI workloads are heavily reliant on memory bandwidth and capacity, and Micron is very well-positioned to support the significant AI growth ahead through our industry-leading HBM3E and HBM4 roadmap,” Micron Chief Business…

  • Micron is Rocketing Thanks to Nvidia

    Micron is Rocketing Thanks to Nvidia

    Shares of Micron Technology (MU) are exploding higher. In fact, on Monday, shares were up about $3.50 a share on a volume spike to 28.8 million shares, as compared to its daily average volume of 14.5 million. All as Micron begins producing artificial intelligence semiconductors for Nvidia. “AI workloads are heavily reliant on memory bandwidth…

  • With Consumers Struggling, Dollar Tree is Surging

    With Consumers Struggling, Dollar Tree is Surging

    Dollar Tree (DLTR) is breaking higher, as hoped. In fact, as we said on Nov. 11, “U.S. consumers are showing big signs of stress again. As a result, we’re starting to see discount retailers do a bit better. After diving from a high of about $155 to $106.45, DLTR has become severely oversold.” At the…

  • This is Why Plug Power Was Crushed

    This is Why Plug Power Was Crushed

    Hydrogen stocks are supposed to have a bright future. Goldman Sachs and Bank of America both say it could create an $11 trillion opportunity. President Biden is investing billions in hydrogen hubs in the U.S. Unfortunately, companies like Plug Power may not be around long enough to enjoy it. On Friday, shares of PLUG plummeted…

  • One of the Top Sectors to Invest In for 2023

    One of the Top Sectors to Invest In for 2023

    Keep an eye on hydrogen stocks, especially Plug Power (PLUG). According to UBS analyst Manav Gupta, the stock is a buy and could see $26 a share. “Hydrogen could be a $10 trillion market by 2030, and PLUG aims to be a one-stop shop and market leader in the entire space,” Gupta said, as quoted…

  • Here’s Why WW International Stock up 51% in Days

    Here’s Why WW International Stock up 51% in Days

    WW International (WW) is exploding, as hoped. On April 11, we noted, “Investors may want to keep an eye on WW International – formerly Weight Watchers. The stock is up 53% on a volume spike to 42.8 million shares. All after WW acquired telehealth provider, Sequence, which will also give it access to a growing…

  • WW International Could More than Triple

    WW International Could More than Triple

    Investors may want to keep an eye on WW International – formerly Weight Watchers. The stock is up 53% on a volume spike to 42.8 million shares. All after WW acquired telehealth provider, Sequence, which will also give it access to a growing market for obesity drugs.  Better, Goldman Sachs just raised its price target…