Snap Inc. (SNAP) stock trading lower by nearly 7% Wednesday morning after the company reported a second-quarter 2020 loss of $0.09 per share, beating the consensus estimates by a penny. Turnover increased 17.1% year on year to $454.2 million, also beating expectations, but not the third quarter or the fiscal year 2020 has been presented because of the uncertainty as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The company’s net loss increased by $ 326 million, an increase of nearly 30% compared to 2019.
- A growing number of users of the database not reflected in a quarterly earnings for the Snap-in.
- The camera and the social media of the company expects that the collapse of advertising revenue for the rest of the third quarter.
- The middle of$20 now mark a line of demarcation between bullish and bearish power.
Daily average Users (Dau) increased by 17% year on year to $ 238 million, with sequential growth in all major geographic categories and devices. CFO Derek Anderson told analysts that the long-term investment has led to more losses than the use of surge reported during the first quarter of closures has “disappeared.” He also warned that historically high third quarter advertising demand failed to materialize due to major disturbance in the back-to-school and sports categories.
Wall Street consensus currently, the rate of Magnetism as a “Moderate Buy”, on the basis of 19 “to Buy” 8 the “Hold” and 1 a “Sell” recommendation. Guggenheim downgraded Snap stock to “Neutral”, and further ratings downgrades could follow. Price targets range from a low of $16 to the high Street of$ 30, while the stock is currently trading about $3 below the $26 median target. This position seems to be correct, given mixed quarterly results.
Monthly active users (MAU) is a key performance indicator (KPI) used by the social networks, and other companies count the number of unique users that have visited the site over the past month. Web-Sites generally recognize monthly active users by using an identification number, e-mail address or user name.
SNAP-Daily Chart (2017 – 2020)
The creation of the public company to $24 in March 2017 and has posted a record high of $29.44 just one day later. The subsequent reversal to cut through the ipo opening of the printing and gathered downward momentum before falling back to $11.28 in August. A counter-trend wave in February 2018 stuck in the bottom of $20, the printing of the next stage of the head and shoulders pattern that broke the 2017 trading floor in September.
Aggressive sellers have taken charge throughout the fourth quarter, dumping the stock at a the lowest level to $4.82, while a rebound in 2019 made excellent progress. Similarly, the first rally of the wave has not reached the 2018 high, maintaining the downward trend fully intact. In January 2020 breakout also failed before completing the 100% retracement, which gives a breakdown and a decline to 13-month low during the pandemic, driven by panic.
Fibonacci retracement levels are horizontal lines that indicate where support and resistance are likely to occur. They are based on the Fibonacci numbers. Each level is associated to a percentage. The percentage is how much of before you move the price has retraced. The Fibonacci retracement levels are 23.6%, 38.2%, 61.8%, and 78.6%.
Snap-In The Short-Term Outlook
Committed bulls finally took control in mid-March, the generation of a recovery in the ” V ” of the wave that had stalled just under the January high in May. Snap-in stock completed the task in June and has broken out, the mounting of the ipo opening of the print before settling on the three points in 2017 the all-time high. Even more disturbing, this morning, the fall decreased the stock, through the opening of the print once more, the strengthening of the strong resistance in the mid$20.
A Fibonacci grid extends over the 2017 to 2018, decreasing tendency in the places that have fought in the level of the right at the .786 retracement, also increasing the resistance. As a result, which is the most important price of the watch after the opening bell in the coming sessions. On the other side of the coin, the stock should take support at the 50-day exponential moving average (EMA), which amounts to $21.75, in order to maintain the bullish technical outlook because of the price action has held this level since April.
The balance volume (OBV), the accumulation-distribution indicator now in favor of a bullish outcome, lifting above the February 2018 pic of all time. However, an OBV drop thanks to the red line to a shift of the equation to the advantage of sellers, especially if it coincides with a breakdown through the 50-day EMA. Conversely, the price and the volume of the publication to new heights in the coming sessions should pave the way for a test of the 2017 high and the potential for a breakdown.
The Bottom Line
Snap-in stock was sold after a mixed second quarter for 2020 earnings report and is trading below key resistance at$24.
Disclosure: The author held no positions in the aforementioned securities at the time of publication.