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Die Aktien von Beyond Meat sind am Donnerstag beeindruckend stark an der US-Börse Nasdaq gestartet. Der erste Kurs der Aktie des kalifornischen Herstellers veganer Fleischersatzprodukte für Burger und Tacos lag bei 46,00 US-Dollar - und das Papier …

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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 60.755.166 von faultcode am 06.06.19 23:23:54.





<die ersten 9 Handelstage fehlen hier, falls der Leser sich wundert --> Basis sind 10 Handelstage bei der Vola>


=> die derzeit von der UniCredit ausgegebenen Put-Optionsscheine sind allesamt noch zu teuer (für mich)

=> man sollte mMn derzeit nicht mehr als ~100% bei der impl.Vola kaufen (ich spreche von einem mittleren Zeithorizont ab Ende 2019)


=> aber oben sieht man ja, daß die Intraday-Vola fast kontinuierlich abnimmt, und das - mMn - auch weiterhin tun wird

=> die Close-to-Close-Vola verharrt zunächst auf einem gewissen (und hohen) Niveau; so um die ~1.1, also 110%
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 60.755.220 von faultcode am 06.06.19 23:37:51hier gibt es auch Daten, um bis dahin Geduld zu haben:

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https://www.nasdaq.com/markets/ipos/company/beyond-meat-inc-…
Die Shortseller werden langsam nervös, bin gespannt, welche Implikationen sich daraus ergeben. Die Story hinter BeyondMeat stimmt. Das KGV ist astronomisch. Das ist es aber auch bei Amazon.
Das sind doch ausgezeichnete Aussichten:

CNBC:

UPDATE 4-Beyond Meat sees sales more than doubling in 2019, shares jump 21%
PUBLISHED 6 HOURS AGO
Nivedita Balu and Tina Bellon
REUTERS
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June 6 (Reuters) - Beyond Meat Inc, a maker of plant-based burgers and sausages, said it expects to more than double its revenue and report breakeven EBITDA this year, sending the its shares up over 21 percent.
The company said it expects to record revenue of $210 million in 2019, with break-even earnings, before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA).

Analysts on average forecast full-year sales of $205 million, and a loss, before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization, of $10.28 million, according to Refinitiv IBES data.
The company has captured a wide audience for its imitation meat patties and sausages made from ingredients like pea protein, coconut and canola oil.
The burgers, a hit with consumers switching to a "flexitarian" diet, feel, smell and taste like real meat.
Beyond Meat's sales have increased five-fold since it began selling its flagship Beyond Burger in 2016.
For an interactive graphic, click here https://tmsnrt.rs/2WWPsra
"We are very conservative and view this as a floor," Chief Executive Officer Ethan Brown said on a conference call when asked about the revenue forecast. The company does not count customers who are using its products as a part of a testing project.
"As we are entering into additional test and distribution channels and take on new customers, those will be additive to our numbers," Brown said.
The company is also working on making its plant-based products cheaper than animal protein to capture more market share.
Beyond Meat, whose rivals include U.S.-based Impossible Foods, is likely to face increasing competition in the niche market as companies like Nestlé and Tyson Foods ready their own line of products.
"Beyond Meat, right now, does have the first mover advantage," said Megan Brantley, vice president of research at LikeFolio.
The California-based company said net loss widened to $6.6 million in the three months ended March 30, from $5.7 million a year earlier.
First-quarter net revenue came in at $40.2 million, an increase of 215%, the company said. Analysts had expected revenue of $38.9 million.
"Beyond Meat is in a business that could be absolutely incredible," John Gillin, an analyst with Stansberry Research, said.
(Reporting by Nivedita Balu in Bengaluru; Editing by Maju Samuel and Cynthia Osterman)
Das scheint jetzt mal einer echter Short Sqeeze (*) gewesen zu sein, soweit ich das aus der Ferne beurteilen kann

=> ich bin noch unschlüssig, ob es später, also nicht zeitnah, ein einfaches Hoch oder Doppelhoch geben wird:






(*) Day High war irgendwann in der letzten 1/2h bei: 149.46!!

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tag: meltup, melt up
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 60.763.380 von faultcode am 07.06.19 22:13:46
Beyond Meat has hit the ‘short-squeeze trifecta’ as borrow fees keep soaring
10.6.
https://www.marketwatch.com/story/beyond-meat-has-hit-the-sh…

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Beyond Meat Inc. is now the most expensive stock to borrow among active short targets, as lending fees continue to skyrocket.
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Stock-borrow fees on existing shorts reached 134% in Monday’s session, according to financial technology and analytics firm S3 Partners, and could top 150% by the end of the week.
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Short interest stands at $814 million, or 5.87 million shares shorted, representing more than 50% of Beyond Meat’s float.
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Rechne hier schon bald mit einer Korrektur auf 120€.Bin mal gespannt wann die ersten Gewinne mitnehmen.
Beyond Meat launching 'meatier' burger for summer
auch hier läuft schon die Pumpe:

11.6.
https://www.marketwatch.com/story/beyond-meat-launching-meat…

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Beyond Meat Inc. said Tuesday that it is launching the latest version of its Beyond Burger for summer.

The "meatier" plant-based meat patty includes "marbling designed to melt and tenderize like traditional ground beef," the company said. Beyond Meat burger's list of ingredients features peas, mung beans, beets and cocoa butter and have 20 grams of plant-based protein for every four-ounce patty.

Beyond Meat stock has skyrocketed nearly 154% over the past month while the S&P 500 index SPX, +0.47% is up just 0.2%. While Beyond Meat stock has become wildly expensive for short sellers, the stock pulled back 11% in Tuesday premarket trading after a JPMorgan downgrade.


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