Stock Power Daily — Faker or Moneymaker? RBLX Deep Dive

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Managing Editor’s Note: Tons of stocks have been rallying higher in 2023, but Matt shows you why RBLX is one to avoid below.

And if you want to see how to take advantage of the bottom falling out on one of the biggest stocks out there, click here to sign up for Adam O’Dell’s upcoming presentation.

Next Tuesday, at 1 p.m. Eastern, he’s going to show you how you can target a potential 20X gain during what he’s calling “The Next Big Short.”

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— Chad Stone

Faker or Moneymaker? Roblox Stock Deep Dive

  • Video game market revenue will hit almost $300 billion by 2027.

  • Our Stock Power Ratings system helps you find stocks to buy … and ones to stay away from.

  • Today’s Stock to Avoid is a popular online video game platform that rates a terrible 0 out of 100.
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Matt Clark,
Research Analyst

Last Christmas, my wife surprised me with a PlayStation 5.

I was beyond excited.

That said, I don’t have a ton of time to actually sit down and play video games on it — but I’m an exception to that rule.

Millions of people of all ages flock to gaming in many different formats, including consoles like the PS5, or even their phones or tablets.

And it’s turned into a booming business.

Statista found that global revenue from video games will reach $298.2 billion by 2027 — a 50% increase from 2021.

While video game sales are strong, our Stock Power Ratings system shows that not all companies involved are great investments.

This is the case with Roblox Corp. (NYSE: RBLX).

Click here to see why.

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Earnings Estimates Are Way Too High

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Michael Carr,
Editor, The Banyan Edge

Traders eagerly await earnings announcements because stock prices can make significant moves after the quarterly calls.

If the company beats earnings estimates, the stock usually goes up. Missing estimates can send a stock sharply lower.

About half of the companies in the S&P 500 have reported earnings for the fourth quarter of 2022. Results are disappointing. It looks like earnings for the index will be under $200 per share.

And today’s chart signals more pain ahead.

Click here to read on…

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