Three weeks ago, I write a post titled,
Roku remains one of the fastest growing leaders in video streaming technology. Roku has over 30 million active users, about 10% of U.S. TV viewers aged 18 to 34 are now on Roku and these users are consuming more than 9 billion hours on streaming content.
But wait, why is Roku down almost 40% since early Sept?
Apple announced it would be giving away a free year of its new Apple TV+ service to customers who purchase new Apple devices, Comcast Corp. said it will give out its Xfinity Flex streaming box for free to its Internet-only subscribers and Facebook Inc. launched its new Portal TV device.
Price is approaching the monthly demand at $95. The chart suggests to go long once price penetrates the monthly demand.
Ken Griffin is the founder and CEO of Citadel. If you know anything about Wall Street, then you have heard of hedge fund, Citadel. The hedge fund manages close to $30 billion in assets and is the one of the largest hedge funds in the world.
The guy is doing well for himself. This past January, Ken bought a New York City apartment for $238 million. But he felt he didn’t have enough space, so he also simultaneously purchased London mansion for $122 million. Anyway back to the post as I got sidetracked by his wealth.
A 13G filing or Schedule 13G is an alternative SEC filing for the 13D which must be filed by anyone who acquires ownership in a public company of more than 5% of the outstanding stock. And according to a new 13G filing from hedge fund manager Ken Griffin’s Citadel Advisors shows a new 5% stake in Roku Inc.
Macquarie upgraded Roku from Neutral to Outperform on Wednesday. And on Friday RBC Capital Markets analyst Mark Mahaney upgraded Roku to an Outperform from Sector Perform, boosting his price target by $48 to $155.
I can’t say it enough, so I’m going to repeat what I said in a recent post.
Smart money is capital placed in the market by institutional investors, market mavens, central banks, funds, and other financial professionals. And simple put, they do the opposite of retail investors. For the most part, retail investors buy high and sell low, it’s usually the Smart Money on the other side of the trade who are selling high and buying low.
Taskmaster4450 talked about this yesterday in his post titled, Why There Is No Need For FOMO On Steem
The investing world is full of FOMO (fear of missing out) at times. It is what often drives markets, often to the point of insanity.
Investing is a zero-sum game, so it also drives retail investor to the poor house.
Why do you think Ken took a recent stake in Roku and Roku was upgraded by Macquarie and RBC Capital Markets? It’s because there isn’t an ounce of FOMO in their blood and because Roku now selling at a discount. Although I thought the weekly demand would have been a better buy, price reacted to the monthly demand at $95. Thus, the chart suggests price will rise to the daily supply at $148.
This post is my personal opinion. I’m not a financial advisor, this isn’t financial advise. Do your own research before making investment decisions.