What Jim Cramer is watching on Monday – rate hikes, old tech and take two

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Scott Mullin | NBC Finance

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What am I looking at, January 10, 2022:

  • Hike game.., who can end? …looks like Goldman Sachs might…predict four rate hikes in 2022 today…it’s a game stock that makes it hard to figure out what to pay, but just say every time we get a higher The number, we’ll get more bank stock increases.
  • how bad it is to be sick PayPal (PYPL)?…this time they surfaced and they might be doing a stablecoin: the story says they are thinking about planning one….as cryptocurrencies fall and nothing else new, you get one that will keep going lower stock……
  • Are casinos the worst syndicate in the world? …Bank of America downgraded today Las Vegas Sands (LVS) From holding to selling…
  • United Tenancy (URI)…Deutsche Bank recommends short-term buys…says it’s hard to find any upside after the report…
  • Deutsche Bank said using Vertiv (VRT) Weakness in the database game…call it a short-term buy idea…call it a headache, but database stock has been very weak…too much?
  • Decreased trust Twitter (TWTR) Numbers after the Mopub sale…I think there’s still a chance to save Twitter…they have to realize that Bloodsport is Twitter and Twitter+ is subscription free…
  • Dell (DELL) Upgrading Hold to Buy Ahead of Bernstein Analyst Meeting…We Love Old Tech: Cisco (CSCO), Oracle (ORCL) And Dell – Has a massive balance sheet; requires…
  • Citi cuts PT Alibaba (BABA) $234 to $216… Citing macro concerns, further weak consumer demand…
  • A good test for high tech… UBS cuts Zscaler (ZS) Price target, but switched from hold to buy (from $380 to $350)…citing sustainable 30% growth in cloud-based platform mobile security…so much of it…
  • Piper buy to hold Airbnb (ABNB)…expectations too high? … PT $215 down to $165…that’s the kind of story we’ve seen since the initial upgrade at the beginning of the year…
  • Piper thinks Biotin (BMRN) A nod to its hemophilia drug…
  • Novartis (NVS)… Citi resumes buying – maybe short-term aggressiveness? …
  • William Blair starts Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) Bought…and a software-as-a-service…was supposed to come in person…
  • Barclays needs American Express (AXP) Price targets from $171 to $182…AXP – strong economy and housing market…
  • Take Two (TTWO) Buy Zynga (ZNGA) $9.86…was $6…says combined company achieves 14% CAGR…Farmville, Harry Potter puzzle games, Game of Thrones slot casinos…CEO Strauss Zelnick paid too much much? . Is remote work hurting these people?

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