DoorDash, Inc. Class A (DASH)

149.49
NYSE
Prev Close 151.50
Day Low/High 148.25 / 151.29
52 Wk Low/High 121.00 / 256.09
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 321.46B
Market Cap 48.70B
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

When GameStop filed to sell 3.5 million shares, the notion that Ryan Cohen had something up his sleeve went out the window.

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Right now the newfound prevailing wisdom is clobbering the old kind and those who cling to the latter are destined to be run over.

The rebellion against concept investing I think is not done but it will be if we get twice the GDP growth than we have had.

Buyers of DASH are not being aggressive.

Maybe it will be viewed as the ultimate 'opening' story because restaurants might soon come back.

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The numbers tell the story and not the other way around. Don't forget that.

With these huge initial public offerings in Airbnb, DoorDash and Snowflake, we have to think about how much sense their valuations make; the logic behind them might surprise you.

They leave investors in a precarious position, as there is not a lot of a value left in what has become a very picked-over market.

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You can dismiss the market as irrational and crazy or you can work to navigate the action to make significant gains.

Keep in mind the positive catalysts as we wrap up the year.

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Both IPOs and secondary offerings sopped up some excess liquidity and are contributing to a market pause as Friday trading begins.

If it doesn't end soon, the frenzy for select tech names could last until vaccines drive changes in consumer spending, or until inflation begins picking up.

Indexes hold steady after several offerings eclipse opening prices in the past two days.

I see upside in the common stocks of oil tanker shippers as we move into 2021.

The market's underlying support is strong and there is still an appetite for speculative stock picking.

Despite negative volatility, at this point it looks like a pause in the uptrend and not a major top.

Long-term investors need to understand that an over-reliance upon tracking funds will ultimately exacerbate volatility, and once everyone is standing on the same side of the ship, destabilize financial systems.

IPOs will continue to suck up more liquidity, but it appears that buyers are lurking under the surface and are just waiting for some entry points.

... And the DoorDash IPO pulled out a block from it, bringing the whole thing down. Here's what to look for as two more major offerings are coming.