What Kramer is paying attention to in the market on Monday, including a big technology trend that is emerging

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Huang Renxun, President and CEO of Nvidia, delivered a speech during the Mobile World Congress Americas event held in Los Angeles on October 21, 2019.

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I am looking at November 22, 2021:

  • Atlantic Equities launches Salesforce.com (CRM) as a purchase Someone told me that business is very good…May be worth re-examining the working day, it does have a great quarter
  • Atlantic Stock Corporation upgrades Adobe (ADBE)… I was told once again that these people are doing well
  • Rent the Runway (RENT)…All analysts started reporting IPOs with a buy rating…Really? ——Compared with traditional clothing companies, all these clothing IPOs have failed. What a dangerous scene this is
  • Will Monster (MNST) merge with Constellation (STZ)? … A powerful combination, because the presence of constellations in convenience stores is not strong
  • Electric car hangover… Are they rising too much?
  • Nvidia (NVDA) is really powerful… Same as Roblox (RBLX)… This is all about the whole universe, I am a believer… Focus
  • Vonage (VG) received a bid of $21 from Ericsson. Consumer platform
  • Activision Blizzard (ATVI)…Truist lowered its target price from $101 to $74… Analysts say the CEO change is coming
  • ETSY… Needham’s $265 target rises to $325…Analysts say the company promotes retention and frequency…
  • OTLY…Not the way to play with plant milk…Last week’s results were not satisfactory
  • Microsoft (MSFT)A market value of $2.6 trillion… IT spending continues to grow due to cyber security
  • GlobalFoundries (GFS)… Right place right time…Obtained a target price of US$88 at Bank of America…Strong competitive advantage, manufacturing scale and differentiated technology
  • Bank of America adjusted the price target of the auto industry…Ford (F) fell from US$20 to US$22…but Magna International (MGA) fell from US$127 to US$113…Ferrari (RACE) fell from US$275 300 USD
  • Holiday number… JPMorgan Chase said it was the best in ten years…In November, it has risen to 85% to 90% of the pre-epidemic level…

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