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2021.11.29 11:51 babbldev Is A Red Black Friday Healthy? 🧧 | Market News Sentiment Review 11/22-11/26

Is A Red Black Friday Healthy? 🧧 | Market News Sentiment Review 11/22-11/26 Stock market news sentiment tumbled this week along with the markets, brought down by the omicron strain and inflationary pressures. We dive into sentiment surrounding $TGT, $CRO, $PFE, $EA, and $LUNA
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Happy late Thanksgiving, and welcome to another weekly review of market news sentiment. I am your host Ramsey Shaffer (@babbldev on Twitter) — thanks for being here, and shouts out to the 3 new subscribers to the newsletter this week! If you haven’t already, join our growing lil community here👇

This past week we analyzed another 1147 stock market news articles from across the internet to find stocks worth watching and investing in. Below we’ll highlight the topics and tickers that Wall Street is talking most about this week, and give you some ideas for stocks to buy (and sell) based on their news sentiment. Here’s the breakdown:

  1. This Week’s News Sentiment [1 min read]
  2. Most Mentioned Tickers in News Coverage [1 min read]
  3. Best and Worst Ticker Sentiment [2 min read]
  4. Biggest Mood Swings & Changes [2 min read]
  5. Weekly Market Mood Outlook [1 min read]

1. This Week’s News Sentiment 📰
In a shortened holiday trading period, this week stock market news sentiment fell for the second consecutive week to an overall bearish score of -8%, indicating growing levels of pessimism expressed into the future about the markets. In terms of mood (optimism vs. pessimism), the average article written this week scored a -7%, and in terms of tense (past, present, future), this week’s average article scored +15%, signaling speculative language — driven by the following topics and events:
📈 Stocks: the discovery of a new highly transmissible coronavirus variant in South Africa upended what had been a fairly quiet week for financial markets.1 A steep sell-off on Friday left U.S. large-cap stock indexes with weekly declines ranging from around 2.0% to 3.5%; a small-cap benchmark dropped 4.1%. A measure of investors’ expectations of short-term U.S. stock market volatility surged 54% on Friday amid news about yet another coronavirus variant. The Cboe Volatility Index—also known as the VIX—jumped to nearly 29, the highest level in nine months.
🦅 Economy: President Biden nominated Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell to serve a second four-year term as head of the nation’s central bank, lifting expectations of policy stability as the Fed seeks to contain rising inflation. The nomination is widely expected to be approved by the Senate, and Powell’s new term would begin in February 2022. Outside of stocks, the omicron coronavirus variant stirred up both the commodities and bond markets late this week as well — U.S. crude oil finished Friday down 12% to $69 per barrel, and 10-year U.S. treasury bonds surged, pushing the yield down to 1.48% by the end of the week.

2. Most Mentioned Tickers 📊 Each week we analyze the number of headlines written about each stock and cryptocurrency. Here are the most mentioned tickers in this week’s news and the tickers with the biggest volume increase compared to last week:
🛒 Target ($TGT) saw the biggest jump in stock market news coverage this week: After a relatively red Black Friday, Target Corp. was mentioned more than any other ticker in news coverage this week, yielding relatively neutral news sentiment despite recent analyst upgrades to its stock. $TGT finished the week down 1.6% to $246.57, coming off of a near-all-time high price point set last week in the wake of its relatively optimistic Q3 earnings report, in which the company released both top- and bottom-line revenue beats and raised guidance for the remainder of the year, driven in part by recent growth in its online grocery-delivery service Shipt.
Target also managed to buy back an aggressive $2.2 billion worth of its own shares throughout the quarter, adding dollars back into its shareholders’ pockets. While supply chain issues and stiff competition in the mobile retailer space remain adamant, analysts seem to agree that $TGT is still one of the best-in-class value stocks in its peer group, with strong expectations for the remainder of the year heading into 2022, highlighted here:
“Target Thinks Its Stock Is Cheap: Q3 Earnings Show Why” | The Motley Fool
3. Sentiment Winners and Losers 👍👎 Each week we summarize the most extreme sentiment scores in the news for each ticker to help you decide where to focus your attention. This time we’re doing things a bit different: instead of breaking sentiment out into mood (optimism/pessimism) and time-sense (speculation/reaction), we’ve combined these metrics into a singular bullish/bearish sentiment score for each ticker:
Most Bullish Tickers in News Coverage 😀 🏀 1. Coin ($CRO) doubles down on big sponsorship bets as the race for the top heats up: After solidifying a $700M deal to become the new namesake of the LA Staples Center earlier this month, Coinbase’s biggest rival has quickly become the talk of the town, with prices surging nearly 400% over the past 30 days. $CRO has ridden a wave of highly optimistic news sentiment to add roughly $7B in market cap over the past week and change, as one of the few tokens to rally against the falling tide of a larger cryptocurrency market sell-off.
As if the Staples center hype wasn’t enough,’s management also brokered a deal this week to become an official partner of Latin America’s leading soccer competition — the CONMEBOl Libertadores — further signaling their confidence in putting their money where their mouth is. By our measurements, the coin is currently 98% percentile in terms of speculation expressed in news coverage, as analysts gear up for what will surely be a heated battle between and Coinbase for the future attention of retail crypto traders throughout the world. This week’s most optimistic $CRO article:
Will High Social Sentiment Help CRO Chart Solana-like Gains?” | AMB Crypto
💉 2. Pfizer Inc. ($PFE) gains on speculation surrounding the omicron coronavirus variant: $PFE stock was a lonely gainer in the stock market this week, breaking out roughly 5% to $54 per share as scientists contend with the new Omicron COVID-19 variant. The question remains as to how effective current vaccines will be in treating omicron, with Pfizer’s partner BioNTech ($BNTX) saying it will take at least two weeks to test it against the success of its vaccine — there does appear to be a reason to believe that anti-virus pills (such as those made by Pfizer and Merck ($MRK)) would retain effectiveness vs. the new strain.
While the World Health Organization announced that omicron appears to have a higher risk of reinfection for those who have already had COVID-19 and declared it to be a “variant of concern”, South African doctors have said cases so far have seemed to be “mild”. Analysts responded to the news speculation with general optimism towards Pfizer and its fellow vaccine producers, as the winding road to the fabled finish line of the pandemic continues on. If there’s anyone to benefit from more Covid cases, it will be Pfizer and its stock price in the months to come. This week’s most optimistic $PFE article:
IBD Stock of the Day Pfizer Breaks Out As Scientists Contend With New Variant” | Investor’s Business Daily
Most Bearish Tickers in News Coverage 😒 🎮 1. Electronic Arts Inc. ($EA) stock falls on botched Battlefield 2042 release: $EA stock tumbled another 8% this week towards a 52-week low of $125.97 per share this week after the problematic release of its highly-anticipated Battlefield 2042 game on Friday. The issues clearly stem from the game’s development timelines and quality problems, as the title has quickly become regarded as one of the worst-reviewed games in the history of the online-gaming site Steam. At last check, only 27% of the roughly 40,000 reviews for the game were positive, with most negative reviews complaining that the game was unfinished, contained bugs, and lacked many features that fans were expecting.
The game was originally slated for release in early October, but after the development issues and a feared delay out into 2022, EA decided for a release this week — some are saying they should have never released it in the first place. On top of the botched Battlefield, analysts are also reacting to poor earnings growth from the company over the past year — and with a -40% return (relative to the video game industry’s average of +19% over the year), many are bleak on the near future of the company. This week’s most pessimistic $EA article:
“Activision, ‘Battlefield 2042’ Woes Slam Videogame Stocks” | Market Watch
💡 2. Luna Innovations Inc. ($LUNA) dips further in its earnings aftermath: Shares of the American fiber-optics manufacturer $LUNA fell more than 8% this week to $8.55 following a disappointing showing in its Q3 earnings report released the week prior. The company reported quarterly earnings of $0.03 per share, missing the Zacks consensus estimate of $0.07 by more than 50%, and posted $20.33M revenues which also missed estimates by more than 33%.
The major concern for most analysts here seems to be Luna’s lack of ability to capitalize on its margins — while Q3 was reportedly a record quarter of customer demand for the company with more bookings than ever before, growing backlogs in its fiber optics production caused the company to miss out on much of its potential revenues. Persisting industry-wide supply chain challenges (coupled with the increasing impact of COVID-19) paint a disenchanting picture for $LUNA in the near term, indicating that its production capabilities could likely squeeze more before expanding. This week’s most pessimistic $LUNA article:
“Luna Innovations Misses Q3 Earnings and Revenue Estimates” | Nasdaq
4. Biggest Mood Swings & Changes 🔀 Each week we compare the sentiment of each ticker to its sentiment from the previous week. Presented below are the tickers that saw the biggest increases in bullish/bearish sentiment this week vs. last week:
💊 Johnson & Johnson ($JNJ) saw the largest increase in bullish news sentiment this week on speculation surrounding the omicron coronavirus variant, coupled with the company’s plans to devolve itself into two separate businesses — one for its consumer products and another for its pharmaceutical business
🖥️ Best Buy Inc. ($BBY) recorded the 2nd-biggest increase in bullish sentiment this week after a tough week last week in which the company’s Q3 earnings call highlighted tepid sales forecasts for the remainder of the year (despite beating revenue targets). Analysts rode the Black Friday tailwinds to say that $BBY is undervalued and reaching best “buy” territory (pun intended).
🧮 Texas Instruments Inc. ($TXN) posted the biggest increase in bearish language expressed this week compared to last as its semiconductor sales woes appear on track to get worse before they get better. After a dismal performance last month, analysts argue that $TXN could be worth selling — it’s also worth noting that former VP Al Gore’s investment firm sold all of its $TXN shares this week while doubling down on its position in Intel ($INTC).
🛢️ Exxon Mobil Corp. ($XOM) toated the 2nd-biggest increase in bearish sentiment expressed this week compared to last after falling behind plummeting oil prices. The price fell to around $69 per barrel — the lowest level in more than two and a half months — as several nations banned air travel from countries in Southern Africa in hopes of containing the variant’s spread.
5. Market Mood Outlook 🔭 As we’ve said throughout this bull run over the past few months, global concerns like the resurgence of COVID-19, inflationary pressures, and supply chain issues are a concoction with the potent potential to downsway the markets. This week’s Black Friday excitement + the emergence of the omicron coronavirus variant banded together to do exactly that, amalgamating into one of the largest stock market sell-offs since the start of the pandemic. The market’s correction does seem warranted, and the good news is that the market could now abound with buying opportunities.
This week will be pivotal, with the major indexes reaching relief below their recent all-time highs. If the likes of the $SPY and $QQQ can find and bounce off of their support levels, then analysts speculate that we could see continued growth throughout the remainder of the year (shown below) — though the $VIX index indicates that volatility will also likely grow before it shrinks.
The true impact of the omicron variant remains to be seen, and it will be at least another week or so before we can say for certain how effective our current vaccines will be at preventing more shutdowns. In terms of US economic signals, we will also look to Friday’s labor market update to show whether November maintained the pace of job growth set in October.
That’s all for this week’s report — if there’s anything we missed, or any tickers you’d like to see more sentiment analysis for, let us know by replying to this email, commenting below, or sending us a message at — we LOVE💜 hearing from you all! Good look to all of you in the markets this week, and thank you for reading! 😄🙏
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