Usually if we want to check the performance of the stock market we look at the S&P 500 index for its completeness or we look at the Nasdaq index if we want to focus on the technology companies.
The problem with following the performance of the indices (and the ETFs linked to individual industries) is that they contain up to hundreds of companies within them, giving us useful but too general information.
BUT if we wanted more specific information…
for example… only in reference to the most representative companies of the digital payments industry (Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Paypal), or in the cannabis industry (Canopy Growth, Aphria, Aurora Cannabis and Tilray) or the most talked-about 2019 IPOs (Zoom, Moderna, Beyond Meat and Chewy) ????
… The answer to this question is: 17 Bull Dude’s Bundles …
What is a Bull Dude’s Bundle?
I start from an example … The Bull Dude’s Bundle called “Cannabis” allows you to follow the performance of only the 4 most representative companies in the cannabis industry (Canopy Growth, Aphria, Aurora Cannabis and Tilray).
Or the bundle “2019 Hot IPOs” includes the 4 companies that have been listed on the stock exchange during 2019 and that have been chatting for several reasons in recent weeks (Zoom, Moderna, Beyond Meat and Chewy) or the bundle “Media” includes companies active in this industry such as Netflix, Disney and Roku.
Therefore, 17 bundles were created with the 4 most representative companies within them.
All 68 companies of the 17 Bull Dude’s Bundles
3 new BullDude’s bundles are coming soon:
“Covid-19” – “Energy” – “Apparel”
Within these very interesting bundles you will find apparel companies such as Nike and Lululemon, companies engaged in finding the Covid-19 vaccine such as Moderna, Novavax and Sorrento Therapeutics and companies related to the energy sector such as Exxon Mobil and Chevron.
Why is it useful to follow the performance of the 17 bundles?
The main purpose is to have a clearer view of the performance of the stock market than to look only at the performance of an index that includes hundreds of companies, giving useful but too general information.
Furthermore, it is useful for identifying bundles that are outperforming or underperforming the market in the short term (in the last day or in the last week) or in the medium-long term (in the last month or in the last year).
How can I follow the progress of the 17 Bull Dude’s Bundles?
The articles that will be published with reference to the 17 bundles are as follows:
- Pre-Market Movers (starting from April 22, 2020):
- about 2 hours before the opening of the stock market, an article is published that includes the movement in the pre-market phase of the companies included in the 17 bundles
- Daily Stock Market Summary:
- after the stock exchange closes, an article is published showing the performance of each bundle and its components
- Mid-Day Update (available in the coming weeks):
- Towards the middle of the stock exchange session, an update will be published on the performance of bundles and companies
*In addition, a summary will be published at the end of each week, month and quarter
*Bull Dude’s Bundles will also be created in the coming weeks for companies listed on the European stock market
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