The Weekly Bull Report – September 12, 2021 🗞

Welcome to the 167th edition of The Weekly Bull Report.

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


🤔 Interesting Articles & News:

















💲 Noteworthy Stocks & Assets:


Earnings spotlight:

Monday, September 13th: Oracle (ORCL).

Tuesday, September 14th: FuelCell Energy (NASDAQ:FCEL).

Wednesday, September 15th: JinkoSolar (NYSE:JKS).

Thursday, September 16th: (NASDAQ:TCOM).

Friday, September 17th: Manchester United (NYSE:MANU).

IPOs expected to start trading this week:

A busy week is setting up in the IPO market with Sportradar Group (SRAD), Dutch Bros (BROS), Definitive Healthcare Corp. (DH), Thoughtworks Holding (TWKS), On Holding (ONON), PROCEPT BioRobotics Corp. (PRCT) and ForgeRock (FORG) all set due to debut. Software consultancy firm Thoughtworks Holding could trade with the highest market cap of the group, with the Siemens-backed company aiming for a valuation of over $6B in the U.S. Also next week, watch for IPO lockup periods expire on Olo (NYSE:OLO), Jowell Global (NASDAQ:JWEL), Alzamend Neuro (NASDAQ:ALZN), Sun Country Airlines (NASDAQ:SNCY), Tuya (NYSE:TUYA), Vine Energy (NYSE:VEI), Duckhorn Portfolio (NYSE:NAPA), Molecular Partners (NASDAQ:MOLN), Gain Therapeutics (NASDAQ:GANX), Instil Bio (NASDAQ:TIL), Connect Biopharma (NASDAQ:CNTB), Finch Therapeutics Group (NASDAQ:FNCH) and AFC Gamma (NASDAQ:AFCG).


What Moved The Markets Last Week:

U.S. Indices
Dow -2.2% to 34,608. S&P 500 -1.7% to 4,459. Nasdaq -1.6% to 15,116. Russell 2000 -2.6% to 2,233. CBOE Volatility Index +27.7% to 20.95.

S&P 500 Sectors
Consumer Staples -1.3%. Utilities -1.6%. Financials -1.3%. Telecom -1.2%. Healthcare -2.7%. Industrials -2.5%. Information Technology -1.8%. Materials -1.7%. Energy -1.8%. Consumer Discretionary -0.3%.

World Indices
London -1.5% to 7,029. France -0.4% to 6,664. Germany -1.1% to 15,610. Japan +4.3% to 30,382. China +3.4% to 3,703. Hong Kong +1.2% to 26,206. India +0.3% to 58,305.

Commodities and Bonds
Crude Oil WTI +0.6% to $69.69/bbl. Gold -2.5% to $1,788.6/oz. Natural Gas +5.3% to 4.961. Ten-Year Treasury Yield -0.7% to 133.14.

Forex and Cryptos
EUR/USD -0.56%. USD/JPY +0.19%. GBP/USD -0.25%. Bitcoin -9.1%. Litecoin -16.7%. Ethereum -15.7%. Ripple -14.4%.

Top Stock Gainers
Hippo Holdings Inc (NYSE:HIPO) +34%. Gevo Inc (NASDAQ:GEVO) +11%. Rocket Lab USA Inc (NASDAQ:RKLB) +61%. Consonance-Hfw Acq Corp (NASDAQ:SRZN) +39%. Monopar Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ:MNPR) +9%.

Top Stock Losers
Mersana Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ:MRSN) -41%. Apellis Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ:APLS) -44%. Virpax Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ:VRPX) -39%. Impel Neuropharma Inc (NASDAQ:IMPL) -30%. Rxsight Inc (NASDAQ:RXST) -12%.


🎯 Stocks On Our Radar:


🏆 Quotes and Thoughts That Inspire Us:

“The ultimate touchstone of friendship is not improvement, neither of the other nor of the self, the ultimate touchstone is witness, the privilege of having been seen by someone and the equal privilege of being granted the sight of the essence of another, to have walked with them and to have believed in them, and sometimes just to have accompanied them for however brief a span, on a journey impossible to accomplish alone.” – David Whyte


📖 Word Of The Week:

Adversary – noun, is a word for an enemy or opponent.

‘The adversaries met at the negotiating table again, hoping to reach an agreement.”


Did You Know:

Four countries have Guinea in their names: Guinea, Equatorial Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Papua New Guinea. 🇬🇳 🇬🇶 🇬🇼 🇵🇬

English “Guinea” is derived from the Portuguese word “Guiné” which originated during the mid-15th century. The word Guinea was used to refer to the lands owned by the Guineus, which was a collective term for the African people who came from regions south of the Senegal River.

Many European colonists who arrived in the Guinea region of West Africa applied names such as “German Guinea”, “Spanish Guinea”, “French Guinea”, or “Portuguese Guinea”. Some countries retained portions of these names after independence, others dropped it entirely.


📚 Books We Are Reading:

“Executives should read fewer management books; only one book in 20 should be a business book” – Jim Collins. Here are his top 5 picks:

  1. In Love and War, by Jim and Sybil Stockdale
  2. Means of Ascent, by Robert Caro, and Truman, by David McCullough
  3. The Panda’s Thumb, by Stephen Jay Gould
  4. The Plague, by Albert Camus
  5. The Second World War, by Winston S. Churchill


🤣 One-Liners:

Most people are shocked when they find out how bad I am as an electrician. 🔌⚡️


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Our very best wishes for a brilliant upcoming week! 💪

Respectfully yours,

The IBR Team

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