Autonomous AI Algorithm Calls Goldman Sachs Bottom on Best Bull Market for Financial Stocks Forecast
I invest in the best financial companies when the short-sighted crowd following the media news turns ultra bearish because they don't comprehend what long-term investment is, unable to distinguish between value and speculation.
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Last year when I saw Goldman Sachs's share price going down to $140, I already had a Strong Buy rating on shares since $188 from the year before. I urged people to buy Goldman Sachs shares, but Americans did not want to. Those few who bought shares started complaining about the fact that Goldman Sachs kept going down.
I repeated the same story continuously during numerous Livestream trading and coaching sessions - we are bullish on Goldman Sachs; if you wish to sell the stock, go ahead. I am not concerned with bottoms or tops.
We are bullish Goldman Sachs, if you wish to sell the stock go ahead. I am not concerned with bottoms or tops. Alex Vieira
Today, I see Goldman Sachs trading at $350. The stupid crowd lost everything while those who followed the instructions have been rewarded handsomely. However, the story does not terminate here. On the day I informed people my target on Zoom Video was hit $588, over 90% of the American crowd refused to sell shares going with Cathie Wood's Zoom Video bull case.
Now, watch me dumping ETF ARK Invest (ARKK) at $158, the very top, seeing the bullish crowd sinking in agony later on.