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Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (NASDAQ: AMD) and NVIDIA Corp. (NASDAQ: (NVDA)) moved in opposite directions Monday following multiple announcements from Nvidia‘s analyst day. Check out our technical analysis of the two charts to see which may be the better buy.
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Cathie Wood’s Ark Investment Management sends out an email every night listing the stocks that were bought or sold by the firm’s ETFs that day. In recent months, the emails have known to cause certain stocks to see a spike in the after-hours session.
The Ark Innovation ETF purchased a total of 54,559 shares of communications technology company Zoom Video Communications Inc (NASDAQ: ZM) during Monday’s session. Zoom shares closed lower by 0.35% at $321.51.
Ark Innovation also dipped into popular growth stock names Peloton Interactive Inc (NASDAQ: PTON) and Draftkings Inc (NASDAQ: DKNG), purchasing 77,079 and 461,200 shares, respectively.
Peloton closed slightly higher by 0.31% at $118.97. DraftKings finished lower by 6.87% at $58.03.
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