Elon Musk Has A Laugh As President Biden Says Detroit Leading The World On EVs And Skips Mentioning Tesla

  Tesla Inc   (NASDAQ:TSLA) CEO   Elon Musk  appeared to be amused by a speech given by President   Joe Biden   in which the U.S. leader praised the role of Detroit-based traditional automakers in “leading the world” in electric vehicles. What Happened:  Musk responded to a video of the president’s speech, bestowing praise on  General Motors  (NYSE:GM) and its CEO  Mary Barra.  The Tesla CEO replied to a tweet posted by a fan, featuring Biden’s speech, with two “Rolls on Floor Laughing” emojis. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 18, 2021 See Also:  How To Buy Tesla (TSLA) Shares Why It Matters:  “In the auto industry, Detroit is leading the world in electric vehicles,” said Biden. The president's speech made no mention of Tesla, but praise was doled out on Detroit’s three large car makers GM,  Ford Motor Company  (NYSE:F), and  Stellantis N.V. (NYSE:STLA). The President test drove an electric Hummer SUV in Detroit on Wednesday as a part of a tour promoting the $1 trillion infrastruct

Benzinga Pro's Top 5 Stocks To Watch For Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021: TDOC, VRAR, ZSAN, RDW, SNDL

  Today's 5 Stock Ideas: Teladoc (TDOC)  - The company will host an investor day event on Thursday. The event will begin at 10 a.m. EST. Investor day events can often contain news catalysts and can lead to added interest in a stock. The Glimpse Group (VRAR)  - The company announced an augmented reality software and services deal with an unnamed leading social media company. The deal was valued at $1 million. Zosano Pharma (ZSAN)  - A penny stock. One of Wednesday morning's biggest winners. Zosano announced the successful formulation of a COVID-19 vaccine candidate on its microneedle patch system. Redwire (RDW)  - Shares spiked Tuesday following news the company will provide navigation and power technology for NASA's first planetary defense mission. Following the mid-day spike in price, the stock closed down nearly 2%. Sundial Growers (SNDL)  - Another penny stock play. Shares of Sundial have been a favorite on the WallStreetBets community for some time.

Ocugen Needs More Than Covaxin to Boost Its Falling Shares

  InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips In recent days,  Ocugen  (NASDAQ:OCGN) has been a source of windfall profits for both fast-money retail traders and the stock's deeply entrenched bear camp. But for less fleet-footed investors, it's likely time to move on from OCGN stock. Let me explain. Source: Reddit's  excessive influence on a subset of companies' shares has been a driving force on Wall Street in 2021. The group's modus operandi is to invest in meme stocks usually backed by considerable short interest. Their picks are often a tantalizing "what one day will be" pitch, with modest street coverage and generally lesser fundamentals. Of course, that's not new information for anyone with even a passing interest in the stock market. Yet the persistence of this scheming beyond celebrated and reviled plays led by  GameStop  (NYSE:GME) or  AMC Entertainment  (NYSE:AMC) has been nothing short of

Social Buzz: Among Wallstreetbets Stocks, Tilray, Riot Blockchain Gain While Tesla, Sundial Growers, Lucid Group Drop

  06:58 AM EST, 11/15/2021 (MT Newswires) -- Cannabis stocks were among the most often discussed on Wallstreetbets' Reddit forum Monday pre-bell on a new bill being drafted by a Republican congresswoman that could legalize marijuana at the national level. Sundial Growers (SNDL) dropped 3.5%, while Tilray (TLRY) rose 4.5%. Tilray stock hovered between $13.2 and $13.5 levels in premarket trade. Lucid Group (LCID) declined 2.5% ahead of its earnings report on Monday. The stock traded with a ceiling at $43.5 and a floor at $42.6. Riot Blockchain (RIOT) climbed 4%, ranging between $45.4 and $46.2. Tesla (TSLA) retreated 2%, while both Nvidia Corp. (NVDA) and Gamestop (GME) were up 0.5%. Price: 0.8990, Change: -0.02, Percent Change: -2.30

Tesla Top-Discussed Stock On WallStreetBets Heading Into New Week; Nvidia, Sundial And These Are Other Top Trends

  Tesla Inc . (NASDAQ:TSLA) continues to be the most-discussed stock on Reddit’s   r/WallStreetBets   forum as of early Monday, while   Nvidia Corp . (NASDAQ:NVDA),   Sundial Growers Inc.   (NASDAQ:SNDL),   Tilray Inc. (NASDAQ:TLRY) and   GameStop Corp . (NYSE:GME) are also seeing high interest. What Happened : Tesla is seeing the highest interest on the forum with 152 mentions as at press time, followed by exchange-traded fund  SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust  (NYSE:SPY) with 121 mentions. Graphics chipmaker Nvidia and cannabis company Sundial are in the third and fourth positions, having attracted 78 and 50 mentions, respectively. Apart from cannabis company Tilray and videogame retailer GameStop, the other stocks trending on the forum include chipmaker  Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD), electric vehicle maker  Rivian Automotive   Inc.  (NASDAQ:RIVN), exchange-traded fund  Invesco QQQ Trust (NASDAQ:QQQ) and  Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB). See Also: Josh Brown On Nvidia Downgrade: '

4 Underperforming Stocks to Buy for a Reversal Rally

  Thu, November 11, 2021, 7:00 PM Underperforming stocks are easy to miss in a market like this. In general, there is significant market focus on hot stocks. It makes sense to ride on positive investor sentiment, a technical break-out and positive business news. At the same time, the fear of missing out on a big rally often leads to investors getting trapped at higher levels. Earlier this year, it didn’t take time for  Lucid  (NASDAQ: LCID ) stock to correct from $65 to $20. This risk is minimal when investors consider underperforming stocks. In particular, at a time when broad market valuations look stretched. Typically, underperforming stocks would be names that have delivered returns lower than the index return. Or returns that are lower than peer group stocks. The reasons can be company specific challenges or industry headwinds. InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips 7 F-Rated Stocks to Sell Before We Reach Christmas I want to focus primarily on high-qua

Market Recap: Stocks rise but snap weekly winning streak

  Major U.S. stock indexes rose Friday but finished the week with slim losses, snapping a five-week winning streak. The  $S&P 500 index(.SPX.US)$  rose 33.58 points, or 0.7%, to 4682.85 Friday. The  $Dow Jones Industrial Average(.DJI.US)$  rose 179.08 points, or 0.5%, to 36100.31. The tech-heavy  $Nasdaq Composite Index(.IXIC.US)$  advanced 156.68 points, or 1%, to 15860.96. All three benchmarks closed near their highs for the day but ended the week with losses of less than 1%. The S&P fell 0.3% this week, interrupting a streak of gains that kicked off when U.S. companies began to report strong earnings in mid-October. The Dow and Nasdaq slipped 0.6% and 0.7%, respectively, for the week. Stocks retreated after data showed inflation rose to a three-decade high in October and broadened to an array of goods and services. Investors have been focused on whether worker shortages will keep pushing wages higher, which could feed back into inflation. Fresh data on Friday showed that the