The Weekly Bull Report – May 01, 2022 🗞

Welcome to the 199th edition of The Weekly Bull Report.

Here’s a shortlist of the content we found interesting and informative over the past week…

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🤔 Interesting Articles & News:

POLITICS

 

ECONOMICS

 

CULTURE

 

SOCIETY

 

TECHNOLOGY

 

MEDICINE & SCIENCE

 

CANNABIS & PSYCHEDELICS

 

SPORTS

  • Boris Becker jailed: Tennis champion sentenced over bankruptcy. ⛓
  • Shakur Stevenson dominates Oscar Valdez to become unified super-featherweight champion. 🏆
  • Katie Taylor beats Amanda Serrano via split decision in thrilling clash for undisputed lightweight title. 🥊
  • From Paralympics to Playboythe champion that’s always breaking new ground. 🏊‍♀️
  • Richarlison and Pickford boost Everton’s survival hopes with 1-0 win over Chelsea. ⚽️
  • Rafael Nadal calls Wimbledon ban of Russian and Belarusian players ‘Very unfair’. 🎾
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    💲 Noteworthy Stocks & Assets:

    • BP and Shell to report high profits this week despite big hit from war in Ukraine. 🛢
    • Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, and Moderna investors lose vote to share vaccine know-how. 💉
    • Lockdowns and supply chain disruption to accelerate Apple’s move away from China, with India a likely beneficiary. 🇮🇳
    • Stocks closed out their worst month in years, as investors battled a host of headwinds, including monetary tightening from the Federal Reserve, rising interest rates, worsening inflation, COVID lockdowns in China, and the ongoing war in Ukraine. The Nasdaq fell 13.3% in April, its worst monthly performance since the financial crisis in October 2008, the S&P 500 sank 8.8% for its biggest monthly drop since the onset of the pandemic in March 2020, and the Dow was down 3.9%. The Nasdaq has dropped deeply into bear territory, now 24% off its high, with tech stocks enduring the worst of the April selloff. Amazon plunged 14% on Friday in its biggest loss since 2006 after reporting a surprise quarterly loss and issuing weak guidance. Apple tumbled 3.7% after warning supply chain constraints could impact revenues in the current quarter by up to $8 billion. Next week, the Fed is expected to pull the trigger on its first half-percentage point rate hike since 2000, and it could begin to reverse its large-scale asset purchases used to help stabilize markets during the COVID crisis.

     


    🚨 Investment Opportunity: Ridgeline Therapeutics 🔬

    Brought to you by Longevity Technology:

    Longevity.Technology is fundraising for Ridgeline Therapeutics, a US biotechnology company, that is on a mission to reverse age-related decline in muscle strength, which is linked to lower quality of life and increased morbidity. 💪

    Ridgeline’s NNMTi is slated to be the first FDA-approved drug to reverse declines in muscle strength; it is protected by a strong IP portfolio and will be delivered as a daily pill to restore muscle strength and function in the elderly. NNMTi demonstrates superior characteristics compared to competing therapeutics. 👩‍🔬

    Preclinical safety and efficacy data have significantly de-risked IND filing and there is a clear path for expansion of clinical indication and clinical development; a fast FDA approval strategy will be employed by the team. ☑️

    The experienced leadership team of successful entrepreneurs and scientists has secured $8.95 million in grant funding.

    ➡️ Link to the deck ⬅️

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    Earnings spotlight:

    Monday, May 2 – Expedia (EXPE), MGM Resorts International (MGM), Clorox (CLX) and Williams Companies (WMB).

    Tuesday, May 3 – Pfizer (NYSE:PFE), Marathon Petroleum Corporation (MPC), Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD), Hilton Worldwide (HLT), Airbnb (NASDAQ:ABNB) and Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX).

    Wednesday, May 4 – CVS Health (CVS), Marriott International (MAR), Moderna (MRNA), Etsy (ETSY), Fortinet (FTNT), Uber (UBER), and Booking Holdings (NASDAQ:BKNG).

    Thursday, May 5 – ConocoPhillips (COP), Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD), Dominion Energy (D), Lucid Group (NASDAQ:LCID), DoorDash (NYSE:DASH), Shopify (SHOP) and Block (NYSE:SQ).

    Friday, May 6 – Under Armour (UAA), Enbridge (ENB), Cigna (CI) and DraftKings (NASDAQ:DKNG).

     


    IPOs expected to start trading this week:

    The IPO market comes back to life with Bausch + Lomb (BLCO) expected to start trading on May 6. Bausch + Lomb has applied to list on both the New York Stock Exchange and the Toronto Stock Exchange. The New York listing for 35M shares has been priced at between $21 and $24 per share. Also next week in IPO world, the lockup period expires on Allbirds (NASDAQ:BIRD), Blue Star Foods (BSFC), Arhaus (ARHS), NerdWallet (NRDS), Cadre Holdings (CDRE, Cian (CIAN), IO Biotech (IOBT) and Real Good Food Company (NASDAQ:RGF) to free up insiders to sell shares. Of the group, Cadre Holdings is the only stock with a large gain since going public.

     


    What Moved the Markets:

    U.S. Indices
    Dow -2.5% to 32,977. S&P 500 -3.3% to 4,132. Nasdaq -3.9% to 12,335. Russell 2000 -4.1% to 1,862. CBOE Volatility Index +18.4% to 33.4.

    S&P 500 Sectors
    Consumer Staples -1.1%. Utilities -2.2%. Financials -2.5%. Telecom -1.7%. Healthcare -1.3%. Industrials -0.7%. Information Technology -1.%. Materials -1.8%. Energy -1.9%. Consumer Discretionary -4.3%.

    World Indices
    London +0.3% to 7,545. France -0.7% to 6,534. Germany -0.3% to 14,098. Japan -1.% to 26,848. China -1.3% to 3,047. Hong Kong +2.2% to 21,089. India -0.2% to 57,061.

    Commodities and Bonds
    Crude Oil WTI +2.% to $104.11/bbl. Gold -1.9% to $1,896.9/oz. Natural Gas +10.9% to 7.245. Ten-Year Treasury Yield +1.2% to 2.94.

    Forex and Cryptos
    EUR/USD -2.33%. USD/JPY +1.%. GBP/USD -2.06%. Bitcoin -2.9%. Litecoin -4.8%. Ethereum -5.3%. XRP -15.1%.

    Top S&P 500 Gainers
    PTC (PTC) +15%. Mohawk Industries (MHK) +14%. The Sherwin-Williams (SHW) +12%. Meta Platforms (FB) +9%. Valero Energy (VLO) +8%.

    Top S&P 500 Losers
    Align Technology (ALGN) -20%. F5 Networks (FFIV) -16%. General Electric (GE) -16%. Charter Communications (CHTR) -16%. The Boeing (BA) -16%.

     


    🎯 Stocks On Our Radar:

     


    🏆 Quotes That Inspire Us:

    “The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity.”
    ― Nir Eyal

     


    📖 Word Of The Week:

    Deterrent | dee·tur·uhnt |

    Noun – a thing that discourages or is intended to discourage someone from doing something: “Cameras are a major deterrent to crime”.

    Adjective – able or intended to deter: “The deterrent effect of heavy prison sentences”.

     


    Did You Know:

    The Aurora Australis is the southern version of the aurora borealis. Tasmania, New Zealand, and Antarctica are a few of the best places to scope out the Southern Lights from land. 🌈

     


    📚 Books We Are Reading:

     


    🤣 One-Liners:

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    📽 A Must Watch & Listen:

     


    📆 Upcoming Events:

    Join Juvenescence on the 10th of May, for a Master Investor webinar, Investing in the Future of Longevity – the Ketone Chapter.

    May 10, 2022 | London | 5pm BST (12pm EST)

    > REGISTER HERE <

    The webinar, which features a live Q&A, will explain the science and value of ketosis and features Dr. Stubbs and other world-leading academics, who will join Jim Mellon and Greg Bailey to discuss the science, and the potential, and the returns that can be expected.

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    Our very best wishes for a brilliant upcoming week! 💪

    Respectfully yours,

    The IBR Team

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