In today’s Get Real morning newsletter, we discussed a win for Tesla’s deliveries, Apple’s recession strategies, AMD’s strong start, new hurdles for Netflix, and more.
Tesla defeats delivery estimates
Tesla (TSLA) posted record production and beat its delivery estimates for the fourth quarter. However, analysts seem cautious about Tesla stock going forward. There’s uncertainty about EVs in the future.
Why did airline stocks miss last year’s rally?
Airline stocks were part of the few industries that missed 2019’s broader market rally. There were several factors behind the lag including investors’ skepticism due to the ongoing Boeing crisis.
S&P 500: Were strategists on the ball in 2019?
The S&P 500 finished 2019 with a solid increase of 28.9%. We looked at the top equity market bears and bulls to see who got it right last year.
Cannabis stocks last week
On January 3, cannabis stocks were trading in the red. Also, there was a broader equity market weakness. Jefferies announced Aphria (APHA) as its top cannabis pick despite the week ending at a low point.
What to watch for
Does Apple expect a recession?
Like other technology titans, Apple (AAPL) had an eventful 2019. Post-rally stock volatility could be coming into play soon, so we have two top Apple strategies to use if there’s a recession in 2020.
2020 for PG&E and its investors
2020 is crucial for PG&E with its deadline to exit Chapter 11 bankruptcy approaching quickly. PG&E stock was especially volatile last year, but investors seem hopeful looking ahead.
AMD started 2020 with a bang
Could US steel stocks reclaim 2020?
US steel stocks were a mixed bag last year, but analysts are exceptionally bearish about them this year. So far, Wall Street doesn’t seem to see much of an upside for US steel stocks.
Three hurdles for Netflix this year
The streaming war has started taking a toll on Netflix (NFLX), according to Rosenblatt Securities. Aside from Netflix’s constant need to change at the whims of the market, the company has three major challenges to overcome in 2020.