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Trader's Diary

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Definition of terms:


refer to the profits or net income generated by a company during a specific period.

  • Earnings are a measure of a company's financial performance and are often reported on a quarterly or annual basis.

  • Positive earnings indicate that a company has made a profit, while negative earnings indicate a loss.

  • Earnings can be influenced by various factors, such as revenue, expenses, taxes, and other financial activities.


The code is a unique identifier assigned to a company's stock by the stock exchange where it is listed. It is used to identify the stock in trading and other financial transactions.


Actual refers to the real or current value or result of something. In the context of IPOs, actual can refer to the actual price or number of shares sold in the IPO, as opposed to the estimated price or number of shares.


Estimate refers to a prediction or approximation of something, such as the expected price or number of shares in an IPO. Estimates are often made by investment banks and analysts based on market demand and other factors.


Difference refers to the numerical or percentage variance between two values. In the context of IPOs, difference can refer to the variance between the estimated and actual price or number of shares sold in the IPO.


Percent refers to a fraction of 100, often used to express a proportion or rate. In the context of IPOs, percent can be used to express the difference between the estimated and actual price or number of shares sold as a percentage of the estimated value.

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IPOs (Initial Public Offerings):

An IPO occurs when a private company sells its stock to the public for the first time to raise capital or money.

The money raised from an IPO can be used for various purposes, such as paying down debt, investing in the company's long-term health, research and development, expanding into new product lines, or purchasing fixed assets.

During the IPO process, the equity shares of private investors

convert into publicly owned shares of the new entity, and early investors may sell their stock once the company's shares begin trading.

The chief benefit of an IPO is to help the company raise money and gain access to the capital markets, allowing for expansion and increasing credibility.


The code is a unique identifier assigned to a company's stock by the stock exchange where it is listed. It is used to identify the stock in trading and other financial transactions.


The name is the official name of the company whose shares are being offered in the IPO.


The exchange is the stock exchange where the company's shares are listed and traded. Examples of stock exchanges include the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the Nasdaq.


The currency is the type of currency in which the company's shares are priced and traded. This can vary depending on the country and stock exchange where the company is listed.

Start date

The start date is the date on which the company's shares begin trading on the stock exchange after the IPO.

Offer price

The offer price is the price at which the company's shares are initially offered to the public in the IPO. This price is set by the company and its underwriters based on market demand and other factors.


Shares refer to the units of ownership in the company that are being offered to the public in the IPO. These shares can be bought and sold on the stock exchange after the IPO.

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Splits (Stock Splits):

A stock split occurs when a company increases the number of its outstanding shares of stock to boost the stock's liquidity.

In a stock split, the number of shares outstanding increases by a specific multiple, but the total dollar value of all shares remains the same.

Companies often choose to split their stock to lower its trading price to a more comfortable range for most investors and increase the liquidity of trading in its shares.

For example, if a company decides to split its stock 2-for-1, the number of shares outstanding would double, while the share price would be halved.


The code is a unique identifier assigned to a company's stock by the stock exchange where it is listed. It is used to identify the stock in trading and other financial transactions.

Split date

The split date refers to the date on which the stock split takes effect. It is the date when the new shares resulting from the split are distributed to existing shareholders. Optionable

Optionable refers to whether the stock is eligible to be used as an underlying asset for options contracts. If a stock is optionable, it means that options can be traded on that stock.

Old shares

Old shares refer to the existing shares of a company before a stock split takes place. These are the shares that will be exchanged for the new shares resulting from the split.

New shares

New shares are the additional shares that are issued to existing shareholders as a result of a stock split. The number of new shares is determined by the split ratio, such as 2-for-1 or 3-for-2, where shareholders receive a certain number of new shares for each old share they own.

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Microsoft and Activision to sell streaming rights

Date: 23.8.2023

I think that many people of our generation and onward know a game Call of Duty. It was a big hit in my teenage years, and I still have some good memories on those days, even though they were created online. Some time ago there were reports that Activision, the creator of mentioned game, was being bought by Microsoft. Now I found articles, that they are making even more steps.

Article on Reuters said that Activision Blizzard is pursuing an unconventional strategy by selling its streaming rights to Ubisoft Entertainment as part of its efforts to secure approval from the UK's anti-trust regulator for its 69 billion USD acquisition by Microsoft. This move aims to address concerns raised by Britain's competition authority about Microsoft's potential dominance in the emerging cloud gaming market. After Microsoft's monumental gaming deal was blocked by the UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), the regulatory body held firm to its original decision and compelled Microsoft to devise a new arrangement. Under the revised agreement, Microsoft will no longer have the exclusive right to release Activision games like "Overwatch" and "Diablo" on its Xbox Cloud Gaming platform or control licensing terms for rival services. Instead, French gaming company Ubisoft will acquire cloud streaming rights for Activision's current PC and console games, as well as any future releases for the next 15 years. Now, in my opinion rather bad news for Microsoft. However, article continued with the following. Microsoft expressed confidence in its new proposal, viewing it as significantly distinct from the previous one. The company anticipates the CMA to review the proposal by October 18. The CMA will subject the new deal to its regular evaluation process, culminating in a Phase 1 review ending on October 18. If concerns about competition persist, the CMA could initiate a more extended Phase 2 assessment. Both Microsoft and Activision have extended the deal deadline by three months to accommodate the prolonged regulatory process.

For the sake of Microsoft, and Activision, I hope that the deal will go through. But I saw an opportunity here to speculate on Microsoft stocks. Since their start on the stock exchange, they have generated an unbelievable growth of more than 322,000%. * Rest assures, they are one of the biggest tech companies in the world, when talking about operating systems for computers. As many other companies, they have also suffered a correction in 2020, but nothing too harsh, as stocks fell “only” for 20%, and are now back on track. * Despite them being near the all-time high, I still see the potential in the company.


Movement of Microsoft in the last five years. (Source: Investing) *

* Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

Date: 20.9.2023
Goldman Sachs raised 14,2 billion USD fund

It has been known for a long time that it is very smart to put money aside and have it for dark days. One of the most common options people use are saving accounts, however, many people – including myself, decides to save in a style of investing into funds or stocks. Goldman Sachs, one of the biggest banks in the world, just raised more than 14 billion USD for a new private equity funds.

Date: 13.9.2023
VinFast has new plans

In the fast-evolving landscape of the automotive industry, few names have emerged as resolutely as VinFast. Coming from Vietnam, this dynamic automaker has steadily risen to prominence, challenging the status quo and defying conventional wisdom. I found an article on Reuters, which said that they have great plans for Asia expansion.

Date: 6.9.2023
Moderna updated their COVID vaccine

Despite Covid has been almost forgotten, it reappeared in many countries in Europe. So even if we thought that it is finally over, the sad reality is that the virus is still among us. I decided to check pharmaceutical companies that produce Covid vaccines if they have any news. I was not left disappointed, as article on Reuters provided me information about Moderna updating their vaccine.

Date: 30.8.2023
European car sales rose in July

Despite prices of cars being very high in the last year, it seems that their value is coming back down slowly. I found an article on Reuters, which confirmed my predictions and statement, as it was written that European car sales rose for 15% in July, while the sales of EV were higher for around 61%, which is a very nice jump.

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