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The Most Bought And Sold Securities This Week On Fintel + The Top 10 Owned Stocks!

By Fintel. Originally published at ValueWalk.

securities worst performing mega cap stocks in March 2022

In today’s update we will provide an insight into the Most Bought and Sold Securities from retail investors over the last 7 days.

The Fintel Fund Flows shows the securities that the Fintel investing panel is most accumulating or most divesting. We present the total share of the fund flows dedicated to each security. To calculate this, we look at the total value of the transactions for each security and divide by the total volume of transactions. The time period for the fund flows is the last seven days.

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Top 5 Purchased Securities This Week

  1. Mongodb Inc (NASDAQ:MDB)
  • MDB fell -10.9% this week and is down -23.9% since the beginning of the year
  • MDB has an Ownership Accumulation score of 73.16 and has seen institutional ownership consistently rise since December 2017. You can see the chart and more by clicking here.
  • In April, MDB announced a pay-as-you-go offering on Google Cloud
  • MongoDB was recently upgraded to ‘buy’ from ‘neutral’ at UBS with an increased price target to $450 from $345
  • MDB has a consensus ‘buy’ rating and an average target price of $463 implying +25% capital upside to the price
  1. Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL)
  • AAPL declined -2.1% this week and has fallen -11.1% year to date
  • AAPL has outperformed most other large technology companies since volatility increased at the beginning of the year
  • AAPL has a high Quality/Value/Momentum (QVM) score of 74.93 and an Ownership Accumulation score of $84.66. More can be found here
  • AAPL has an 0.54% dividend yield
  • AAPL has a consensus ‘overweight’ rating and an average target price of $190 implying +17.5% capital upside
  1. Meta Platforms Inc (NASDAQ:FB)
  • Meta declined -12.4% this week and is down -45.6% since the beginning of 2022
  • During April, Meta announced a 200 mega watt renewable power purchase agreement with Transalta for the launch of the horizon hill wind project and the European Commission announced agreement reached on Digital Services Act (DSA) proposal
  • Meta has been growing sales over the past few quarters but has struggled to meet profitability EPS forecasts
  • FB has a consensus ‘overweight’ rating with an average target price of $306 implying +66% upside to the share price.
  1. Kraft Heinz Co (NASDAQ:KHC)
  • KHC rose 2.1% this week and is up +19.5% year to date
  • In February KHC reiterated Adjusted EBITDA guidance of $5.8-6 billion for FY22 that is relatively in-line with the markets expectations
  • KHC recently completed its acquisition of Brazilian food company Hemmer and was assumed neutral with a target price of $40 at UBS
  • KHC has a dividend yield of 3.71% and a Fintel momentum score of 83.03 based on the last 6 months
  • KHC has a consensus ‘hold’ rating with an average target price of $40.90 across institutions
  1. United States Natural Gas Fund, LP (NYSEARCA:UNG)
  • UNG gave up -11.3% this week after gaining +15.9% in the week prior. The stock remains up +77.76% year to date.
  • UNG has a Fintel momentum score of 87.51 based on the last 6 months
  • Natural Gas stocks have extended their gains this year following the Ukraine/Russia conflict that has seen energy prices skyrocket

Top 5 Sold Securities This Week

  1. SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSEARCA:SPY)

  • The S&P 500 ETF has seen selling this week and the price has held relatively stable
  • The ETF is down -10.2% since the beginning of 2022
  1. Lucid Group Inc (NASDAQ:LCID)
  • LCID fell -9% this week and is down -53.3% since the start of 2022
  • We recently wrote an update on LCID which can be found here
  • During April LCID announced a new Lucid Air Grand Touring performance model and was initiated ‘outperform’ at BNP Paribas with a $45 target
  • LCID has a consensus ‘overweight’ rating with an average target of $38, implying +99% upside to the stock price
  1. ProShares Short S&P500 ETF (NYSEARCA:SH)
  • The SH ETF rose +6% this week and is up +10.1% since the beginning of the year
  • Traders have taken profits this week from the market weakness
  1. Tellurian Inc (NYSEAMERICAN:TELL)
  • TELL shares dived -21% this week but remains up +45.1% since the beginning of 2022
  • TELL has a Fintel six-month momentum score of 96.43
  • The stock has a Short Squeeze Score of 79.98 and a Gamma Squeeze Score of 89.12, meaning that it has a high chance of a short covering rally. More can be found here
  • TELL was upgraded to outperform from neutral at Credit Suisse at the start of April and amended the distribution agency agreement with T.R. Winston & Co. to sell up to $400 million in common stock vs the original $200 million agreement.
  • TELL has a consensus ‘overweight’ rating with an average target of $6, implying +22.1% upside to the stock price
  1. EQT Corporation (NYSE:EQT)
  • EQT gave up -6.2% in gains this week after rising +10.6% last week. The stock remains up +82.1% since the beginning of 2022.
  • This week EQT was upgraded to ‘buy’ from ‘hold’ with a large target jump to $60 from $27
  • The stock has mounted an impressive run since the beginning of the year and has a Fintel momentum score of 97.47. More can be found here
  • The stock also has a Fintel short squeeze score of 70.79 with ~5% of the float currently shorted
  • We note – this stock was the most bought stock last week.

Top 10 Most Widely Held Stocks This Week

The Fintel Retail Ownership shows the most popular securities held by Fintel users that have linked their broker accounts. This list is based on actual ownership records from broker accounts.

You can find the list here:

Rank Security Market Share (%)
1 AMC AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc 3.89
2 GME GameStop Corp. 1.35
3 AAPL Apple Inc 1.31
4 TSLA Tesla Motors, Inc. 1.29
5 MSFT Microsoft Corporation 0.77
6 CLOV Clover Health Investments Corp Class A 0.69
7 MULN Mullen Automotive Inc 0.64
8 SEAC SeaChange International Inc 0.60
9 BBIG Vinco Ventures Inc 0.60
10 FB Meta Platforms Inc 0.58

Article by Ben Ward, Fintel

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