Within this article you can find a weekly summary of what happened within the United States stock market. In particular, you can find 2 types of information:
- Weekly performance of the 68 companies included in the 17 Bull Dude’s Bundles
- Companies that have reached a New All-Time Highs and Lows
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All 68 companies of the 17 Bull Dude’s Bundles
Bundles and Companies of the week – Top & Flop
Within this section it is possible to identify the top & flop bundles and companies, in comparison to the 3 main United States stock indices (S&P 500, Nasdaq 100 and Dow Jones Industrial), in the following periods:
- This week
- From the beginning of the year
The S&P 500 index closed this week with a 3,50% increase , the Nasdaq 100 index with a 5,76% increase and the Dow Jones Industrial index with a 2,56% increase.
Looking among the Bull Dude’s Bundles, the best of this week was 2019 Hot IPOs with a positive performance of 18,37% , followed by New Transport ( 15,36% ) and Digital Payments ( 8,01% ).
This week worst bundle was Airplanes with a decrease of -3,74% , followed by Medical ( -0,40% ) and Cannabis ( 1,26% ).
Focusing on the individual companies contained in the bundles, the company that achieved the best performance was Beyond Meat with a positive performance of 45,86% , followed by Moderna ( 23,62% ) and PayPal Holdings Inc ( 20,19% ).
The company with the worst performance of the week was Chewy with a decrease of -8,14% , followed by Delta Air Lines ( -5,80% ) and American Airlines ( -4,70% ).
Looking at the performance from the beginning of the year, the S&P 500 index fell -9,32% , the Nasdaq 100 index rose 5,58% and the Dow Jones Industrial index fell -14,74% .
In the same period the best bundle was 2019 Hot IPOs with a price growth of 110,95% , while the best company was Moderna with a price growth of 202,91% .
The worst bundle was Airplanes with a price decrease of -63,99% and the worst company was United Airlines Holdings with a price decrease of -71,14% .
BEST bundle’s components vs S&P 500 during the week
WORST bundle’s components vs S&P 500 during the week
Bull Dude’s Bundles – Weekly Performance
Inside the image you can find the performance of the S&P 500 index and the Bull Dude’s bundles. The performances of the bundles are colored according to those with the best performance (colors tending to green) and those with the worst performance (colors tending to red).
Bull Dude’s Bundles and relative components – Weekly performance
Within this section you can find this week performance of the individual components of the 17 Bull Dude’s bundles, making it easy to compare between companies of different bundles.
S&P 500 index and Bull Dude’s Bundles – Performance
In this last section you can find the performances of the 17 Bull Dude’s bundles and the S&P 500 index in reference to different periods of time (from 1 day to 1 year). This screen makes it easy to check which bundles are outperforming or underperforming other bundles and the market.
NEW All-Time Highs and Lows
The screen shows some of the companies that reached a NEW historical HIGH (or LOW) and some key information about them (Industry, Market Capitalization and Annual Dividend Yield).
If a company is at an all-time high, it means that it has currently reached a value that it had never been able to achieve before, so it is a clear sign of the company’s strength.
On the other hand, a company that sets a record low means that it never reached such a low value, a clear sign of weakness.
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Sources & additional info
DISCLAIMER: The information in this blog post represents my own analysis/opinions and does not contain a recommendation for any particular security or investment. Stocks trading involves substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for every investor. Trade responsibly.
The bundles were built on the basis of the most representative companies in my opinion and not necessarily based on classic criteria such as market capitalization or revenue. The purpose of this analysis is purely informative.