In May 2020, AroniSmart™ team, leveraging the Machine Learning, Text Analytics, and Sentiment and Valance Analysis capabilities of AroniSmartIntelligence™, continued looking at the market sentiment index and events driving the stock market in Q2 2020 (see here: AroniSmartIntelligence™ in Action: Market Sentiment and Key Stocks in May 2020 ). From the analysis, AroniSmart continued to highlight the key major events impacting the financial, the stock markets, and the economy in general. AroniSmart™ analysis showed that despite the market coming back from the significant deep since early March 2020, the overall sentiment is negative, across the board. With this analysis, AroniSmart conttinues to analyze the dynamics in Q2 2020.
In June 2017, AroniSmartInvest™ In Action, based on the analysis with AroniSmartInvest, predicted that Wal*Mart (NASDAQ: WMT) had started to build a momentum expected to accelerate for the rest of 2017 and 2018. AroniSmartInvest in Action projections were based on the several factors, that we will revisit shortly. In July 2018.
At the time, Wal*Mart stock (NASDAQ: WMT) had been soaring. June 2017 Year-to-date (YTD), the stock was up 15%, from $69.12 on Dec 30, 2016 to $79.36 on June 9, 2017 and 22% up since February 2017. What happened since then?
Summer is over. The transition period between Summer and Fall is usually an exciting time for investors, as they are back from their hard earned vacation and had had time to reflect on their investment strategy. A few things are usually awaiting the investors in September. However, 2019, it is different: Spring and Summer have seen wild swings and roll-coaster trends andinvestors did not have opportunity to relax over Summer.
First, the seasaw trends:
- After a sustained upward trend over 2018 that lasted until the end of Summer, there was scary dip in 2018 Q4. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (^DJI) dropped from 26,648 on Sep 1, 2018 to 23,327 on Dec 1, 2018, or 13%. ^DJI almost recovered and
On April 22, 2019, in the article AroniSmartInvest In Action: IPO season with Soaring IPOs and those to watch, Beyond Meat, Inc. (BYND), the plant-based meat maker, was flagged as one of the potentially successful IPOs planned this year. It was among unicorns, valued at $1.2 billion.
On May 1, 2019, Beyond Meat become public. On Thursday, it started its IPO at $25 shares. By the end of the day, the share price had increased by $40.75 and reached $65.75, or +163.00%. At some point it reached $71.85.
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