I Know First Weekly Review Algorithmic Performance: December 23rd, 2020

I Know First
Weekly Newsletter | December 23rd, 2020

Good morning, I Know First universe.
We’re happy to share our best article and stock prediction of the week:
  • Top Trade Ideas– Stocks to Buy Based on Deep-Learning: Returns up to 149.62% in 1 Month
Top 10 Stocks to Buy This Week + Top 20 Stock Picks For Santa Claus Rally On AI-Powered Predictive Algorithm

Need To Know First!

  • Stocks Under 50 Dollars Based on a Self-learning Algorithm: Returns up to 35.34% in 3 Days
  • Best Stocks Under 5 Dollars Based on Big Data Analytics: Returns up to 28.15% in 7 Days
  • Strong Buy Stocks Based on a Self-learning Algorithm: Returns up to 18.84% in 14 Days
  • Stocks to Buy Based on Deep-Learning: Returns up to 149.62% in 1 Month
  • Best Stocks To Buy Based on Big Data: Returns up to 64.81% in 3 Months
  • Undervalued Stocks Based on Machine Learning: Returns up to 816.91% in 1 Year
  • Tesla’s (TSLA) Stock is up 64.17% since October 4, 2020, as the fourth consecutive quarter with positive profit pushed up the company valuation and stock prediction.
  • PTC Inc. (PTC) Stock returns up to 40.67% since July 22, 2020, as it could improve its profitability and growth potential as it expands beyond its software products.
  • Square (SQ) Stock is up 23.41% since November 19, 2020, as the seller ecosystem business growth will reach a plateau after the pandemic.

Weekly Winning Forecasts

3 Days
Stocks Under $50: 35.34% Return
S&P 500 Stocks: 12.23% Yield
Healthcare Stocks: 5.05% Average

7 Days
Stocks Under $50: 35.05% Return
Stocks Under $5: 13.66% Average
Options Predictions: 27.73% Yield
14 Days
Stocks Under $5: 106.06% Yield
Top Tech Stocks: 29.27% Return
Strong Buy Stocks: 7.87% Average
1 Month
Stocks To Buy: 149.62% Return
Undervalued Stocks: 156.82% Yield
Options Outlook: 55.8% Average

3 Months
Options Predictions: 372.5% Yield
Stocks To Buy: 64.81% Return
Top 10 Stocks: 21.57% Average
1 Year
Undervalued Stocks: 816.91% Yield
AI Stocks: 129.9% Average
Stocks To Buy: 138.59% Return
☆ Top 10 Stocks to Buy Today: Predicting This Week’s Winning Stocks By Using Deep-Learning ☆

Snippets From Our Top Blog Posts For The Week:

Stay Ahead Of The Curve: AI Weekly

Adobe Stock Price Forecast: Why Adobe Stock Deserves A Price Target of $600

I revoke my profit-taking July sell recommendation for Adobe (ADBE). Adobe’s stock price forecast is a strong buy right now while it trades below $500. Adobe’s additional $15 billion share buyback is a convincing reason for bulls to keep adding to their ADBE position. However, the best reason why ADBE deserves a one-year PT of $600 is Neural Filters/AI editing via Adobe Sensei.

We should bet more ADBE whenever management implements moves that boost Creative Cloud’s revenue stream. Creative Cloud’s revenue performance should be the only decisive metric when it comes to ADBE. More cloud-only, Adobe Sensei-powered editing features for Creative Cloud products will keep boosting Adobe’s monopoly on creative/content creation software products.

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Coronavirus Stock Market: New Opportunities Rise With the Vaccine

Since the pandemic started, the world is waiting for a vaccine that could make our lives go back to normal. Researches are still in progress, but the light at the end of the tunnel might be closer than expected. The vaccine distribution is getting closer each day. Pfizer and BioNTech, developers of the vaccine with higher efficiency at the moment already declared that they want to distribute it in 2021.

This announcement can lead us to several different opportunities in the stock market. Freezer companies are already increasing their supply to attend to their demands. Alongside, the same sectors that we have seen as threats for 2020 can arise soon after the vaccine. The hospitality industry, flight companies, and the whole entertainment and tourism industries may see a bright side next year.

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Machine Learning Trading, Stock Market, and Chaos

There are many systems in this world that we can predict due to their chaotic nature, and we can benefit in many ways from our ability to do so. The stock market is just one example of these processes, with accurate predictions leading to financial gains

We make our predictions by first creating a model of the events in the system. We can do these using statistics or, to avoid the difficulty involved in this, using algorithms and artificial intelligence. I Know First has created an algorithm that is able to make accurate predictions of the stock market and has been able to use it to greatly increase the return on investments for their clients.

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AI In Finance Industry: The Future Is Today

The traditional finance sector as we know it is going through a process of change. As new technologies disrupt the conventions and dogmas, whole industries are transformed, keeping pace with the rapidly-changing world. Finance is no exception to this rule, and, as a sphere that lives and breathes quantitative data, it has been particularly sensitive to the rise of artificial intelligence.

The AI is capable of forecasting the price dynamics for over 10,000 assets, including stocks, ETFs, currencies, and commodities. The predictions it delivers vary in their time horizons from 3 to 365 days, which allows the investors and traders to pick the best stocks for short and long positions.

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Intel Stock Forecast For 2021: Exploit The Deep Value Offered By Intel

The -15.67% YTD performance of Intel’s (INTC) stock is a golden opportunity. Going long on INTC is justified. The 93.4% market share of Intel on data center processor sales will remain for many years to come. Intel’s recent launch of its data center GPUs and the one API unified cloud software platform fortifies Intel’s monopoly over the $15.2 billion/year server processor industry.

It might be wise to take your big profits on market darlings AMD and NVDA. You can use some of the cash to buy more INTC. Thanks to its many acquisitions, Intel will persist as a monopoly on server/data center hardware. I do not believe that AMD and ARM server processor vendors will be able to bring down Intel’s server share to below 85% anytime soon. The upcoming boost from Habana, Altera, Movidius, and Mobileye will ultimately improve Intel’s annual sales growth.

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Letter from the CEO

Dear clients,

J.P. Morgan is predicting that the S&P 500 will end next year at 4,400, a 20% jump from the last closing price. Goldman Sachs is also expecting the benchmark index to reach 4,300. However, Citi and Bofa are less optimizing, with a price target of 3,800, a change of 2.7% from the last closing price.

Here at I Know First, our algorithm is already identifying the best opportunities every day. In addition, the I Know First algorithm is generating a daily S&P 500 forecast which includes an algorithmic forecast for 6-time frames, from short to mid and long terms: 3 days, 7 days, 14 days, 30 days, 90 days, and one year. Our AI can generate forecasts to these time horizons with a very high hit ratio! The predictions had an accuracy of up to 100% in the one-year time frame and 81% in the 3 months time frame.

The end-of-year period for 2020 will also include a new variable. Tesla (TSLA) will begin trading in the S&P 500 on Monday after becoming the largest-ever company by market capitalization to be added to the index. Even in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic, our AI was able to generate forecasts with high precision for TSLA. In our recent report, the predictions for all time frames had an accuracy of at least 60%, with the 1-year time horizon hitting the 100% mark. It can not get better than this.

But which opportunities did the algorithm identify this week?

From our Stocks Under $5 package, we can highlight some very good results. PLG returned 106.06% in 14 days, while the package also saw returns of 59.59%, 56.73%, and 34.86% from ONCT, BPT, and ERF respectively. Our algorithm predicted correctly the stock movement for all of them. Moreover, the package average return was 30.47%. If we compare to the S&P 500 return in the same period, investing in our package would have given you a return 30 times higher!

This is not the only package that the algorithm predicted a high return with good accuracy. In the Aggressive Stocks Forecast Package, the average return was 56.40% while the S&P 500 generated a yield of only 3.12% in the same time frame. From the package, we can emphasize the return from BLNK, a whopping 149.62% in only one month! The package also saw returns of 99.29% from NBR, 71.01% from CSU, 64.04% from WPG, 61.18% from GUSH, 45.67% from AHT, and 37.78% from TELL. The best of this? All of these stock movements were predicted correctly from our algorithm, providing you the best opportunity to boost your investment.

So which top stock picks the algorithm is identifying today? Click here to see it!

Warmest Regards

Yaron Golgher, Co-Founder and CEO
Q&A With I Know First
I Know First’s Daily Market Forecasts And How to Interpret the Numbers
Q. What are the Top 10 stock predictions?
A. The Top 10 stock predictions are the stocks that are poised to grow the most (have the strongest positive signals).

Q. What is the S&P 500 stock prediction and why do you include it?
A. The S&P 500 is the major US index and is a general indicator for the direction of the US stock market. If the algorithm predicts that the S&P 500 will go up, then it is a good sign that the stock market will generally increase. It helps in decision making. It is generally preferable to go long the Top 10 stocks when the S&P 500 has a positive prediction, and to go short the 10 stocks on the bottom of the table when the S&P 500 has a negative prediction.

Q. How should I use the S&P 500 forecast?
A. The S&P 500 is a great representation of the general US stock market. If the algorithm predicts that the S&P 500 will go up, then it is a good sign that the stock market will generally increase. If the predictability for the S&P 500 is relatively weak, then it is important to be cautious, as the algorithm is unconfident about the direction of the stock market.

Q. Which time horizons should I follow?
A. The longer-term forecasts (1-month and 3-month) tend to have higher predictabilities as the algorithm can more easily spot long-term trends. We suggest following these two time horizons the most closely, but the more reactionary shorter term horizons are helpful in understanding the short-term volatility of the market. Perhaps if you see that a stock with a strong, positive 3-month prediction has a negative short-term forecast, it is a good idea to wait until the stock decreases in value before buying it.

Q. How should I use the predictabilities and signals?
A. It is recommended that investors consider both the signal strength and predictability, as a highly predictable stock that barely moves and an unpredictable stock that is projected to move drastically both make unattractive investments.
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Commodities, Gold & Currencies

Gold Outlook:
Returns up to 2.54% in 7 Days

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Commodity Price Forecast:
Returns up to 4.96% in 3 Days

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Best Currency Forecast by AI:
71.15% Hit Ratio in 3 Months

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Gold Price Prediction:
Returns up 1.71% in 3 Days
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Currency Forecast:
83.67% Hit Ratio in 14 Days
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Commodity Outlook:
Returns up 19.02% in 1 Month
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Weekly Apple Stock Update

This week’s Apple Stock News discusses the project of the Apple Car. In analysts Morgan Stanley’s words, Apple will spend nearly $19 billion on research and development for this project in 2020. This accounts for about a fifth of the total R&D expenditure in the automotive industry ($ 100 billion). Digitimes reports that the Apple Car may be unveiled in 2024 or 2025.

Also, Apple is forging ahead with plans to develop and build its own cellular modems for use in iPhone, iPad, and other devices, a move designed to decrease reliance on supply partners like Qualcomm. The move extends Apple’s push toward greater reliance on its own parts at the expense of Qualcomm, Intel, and others. Qualcomm gets about 11% of its revenue from Apple, while Intel gets roughly 7% of sales from the iPhone maker, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

Moreover, Apple announced on Tuesday the debut of AirPods Max, the latest model to join its AirPods family of devices. Unlike the wireless earbuds that have been such a hit with users, the AirPods Max marks the first over-the-ear wireless headphones in the lineup. The AirPods Max boasts up to 20 hours of battery life and will be available in five colors: space gray, silver, sky blue, green, and pink. Another interesting feature is that the headphones use optical and position sensors to automatically detect when they are on the user’s head and will pause when removed or when the wearer lifts the earphone away from the ear.

Finally, according to Yahoo Finance, Apple would be able to gain 15 million subscribers in the next three years for its newly launched fitness service, Fitness+. Like everything else in the Apple ecosystem, Apple Fitness+ data derived by the Watch can sync to an iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV. It’s a major advantage for Apple that Fitness+ will be integrated into every active device through the new Fitness app on the iPhone, which the company says will also be available on iPad and Apple TV. The company already has a massive built-in user base with more than 1.5 billion active devices around the world.

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