Welcome to Wall Street Connected (with Warren Buffett)

Quote of The Day:

“I will tell you the secret to getting rich on Wall Street. You try to be greedy when others are fearful. And you try to be fearful when others are greedy.” ~ Warren Buffett

Welcome to your first issue of Wall Street Connected!

It’s only Wednesday and it’s already been quite an eventful week, so let’s look at how that’s impacting the research activities of financial professionals. Wednesday issues will always highlight surging stocks and industries on Wall Street for you, and provide expert market insight.

As you will see, internet retail ranks #5 in surging industries researched by financial professionals with at least $1B+ in assets under management. Given that COVID-19 cases are unfortunately rising around the world, consumers are preferring (and in some cases, limited to) e-commerce now more than ever. Keep an eye on internet retailers, as we head into the holiday season – they could do more business than ever (more on everyone’s favorite internet retailer).

RANKTOP SEARCHES BY FAs (Surging Traffic) Previous Week [STOCKS]TOP SEARCHES BY FAs w/ AUM>$1B (Surging Traffic) Previous Week [STOCKS]TOP INDUSTRY SEARCHES BY FAs (Surging Traffic) Previous Week [EQUITIES]TOP INDUSTRY SEARCHES BY FAs w/ AUM>$1B (Surging Traffic) Previous Week [EQUITIES]
1BLRXGBTCREIT – IndustrialBiotechnology
2FSRFSRInsurance – Property & CasualtySoftware – Application
3ILPTWFCSubdivisers and developers, miscCredit Services
4EQHEQAdvertising AgenciesAuto Manufacturers
5MGIZTOInsurance – DiversifiedInternet Retail
6MARPSCPRIOil & Gas Equipment & ServicesDrug Manufacturers – Specialty & Generic
7EIGIANPCRetail-Eating & Drinking PlacesDiagnostics & Research
8SUPNWBBMortgage FinanceInternet Content & Information
9BHTGAMZNManagement consulting servicesConsumer Electronics
10VRYYFISIGOil & Gas IntegratedSoftware – Infrastructure
11DBVTMARPSSurgical and medical instrumentsOil & Gas E&P
12TKRSNDLTrusts, miscLeisure
13GSHDRLTRRental & Leasing ServicesSpecialty Industrial Machinery
14DLOCBLRXAuto & Truck DealershipsMedical Devices
15AXASMITKBanks – DiversifiedSemiconductors
16CBLDBVTTravel ServicesElectrical Equipment & Parts
17ANPCTWTRHousehold & Personal ProductsUtilities – Regulated Electric
18EQKCLIGold and Silver OresOil & Gas Midstream
19AIRIDGLYAgricultural InputsSolar
20KCLIINTCREIT – RetailSpecialty Retail

Following its 10/29/20 initial public offering, Fisker Incorporated (FSR) traded on 31.1M in volume upon shares being made available to be traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Naturally, this will attract the attention of financial professions. Add options being made available to be traded on it a couple days ago, and FSR is currently ranking second in demand by financial professionals. More on the vehicle maker, FSR.

Despite internet retail becoming more prevalent, grocery stores still need electronic signage at their registers to help manage traffic or provide important announcements. After having gained 250% in price-per-share on October 21, Insignia Systems (ISIG) has become a popular small-cap stock to own by traders and investors alike. Today, ISIG ranks #10 on surging stock data-flow by financial professionals with $1B+ in assets under management. More on ISIG.

What We’re Reading:

  1. Individuals around the world scouring for trading and investing ideas as a result of no ‘real’ election taking place is inevitable reality until we have an answer. Looking for stocks and safe haven ideas for the next few days? Check these out.
  1. While many stocks were down in October, two stocks surged in price-per-share. 

According to Piper Sandler’s Chief Market Technician, October was just the beginning of a bull run for two little-known bullish stocks (click for details)

  1. If given only one choice, which commodity in the world would you buy and hold? Verified institutional data-flow is ranking one commodity third in surging demand by financial professionals managing at least $1B on a daily basis. Receive this commodity’s bullish outlook.

What We’re Watching:

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Watch Davis Martin’s take on these two high-demand stocks.

Happy Trading,


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