The Most Affected By The Recent Sell-Off: 50 Interesting Stocks to Watch

In recent weeks, many tech stocks have suffered steep falls following a series of sell-offs that hit the market. Companies that until a few weeks ago were growing relentlessly, for example Nio and Tesla, suddenly suffered drops of 30-40-50% in a few days, arriving at a much lower price. The purpose of this article is not to understand if the current price is lower (or even higher) than the real value of the company, but to inform readers of the potential upside (from + 20.9% of Apple to + 142.6% of Xpeng , Chinese competitor of Tesla and Nio) that these companies have if they were to return to the price of a few weeks ago, before the collapse.

We would like to clarify that even if they are now at a lower price, it does not mean that they will grow (according to the potential upside reported here) returning to the previous price. However, we find it useful to inform readers of the room for growth they potentially have.

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50 Interesting Stocks to Watch

Below you will find the list of the 50 companies with the following information for each

  • Company: name and ticker of the company
  • Last Price: last price recorded by the company at the close of Wednesday March 10, 2021
  • 52 Week High: the maximum price reached by the company in the previous 52 weeks (which in most cases corresponds with the price prior to the sell-offs of a few weeks ago
  • Potential Upside (%): the necessary increase in the current price to return to the maximum price of a few weeks earlier.

Example: Xpeng Inc (XPEV)

Let’s briefly see an example of how the potential upside of Xpeng Inc (XPEV), a Chinese competitor of Tesla and Nio, was calculated. As you can see from the image, today Xpeng closed the trading session at the price of $ 30.70 (in the following table indicated as “Last Price”) and the price it had reached at the end of December was $ 74.49 (in the table indicated as “52 Week High”).

If Xpeng returns to the price of $ 74.49 it had reached at the end of December 2020, it means that it must grow by + 142.6% (indicated in the table as “Potential Upside (%)”) from today’s closing price ($ 72.90). This is one of the few companies that had peaked not just before the sell-offs of the last few weeks but a few weeks before, but the recent sell-off pushed the price further down.

List of 50 Stocks To Watch

In conclusion, there are many stocks that are currently at a more attractive price than a few weeks ago and have a significant upside potential ahead of them. This does not mean that they will return to the previously achieved price, but we wanted to give you this information anyway.

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