FINSUM + Magnifi: Video Game Stock gets Buy Recommendations Across Wall Street

April 8, 2021

Roblox (RBLX) the children's hybrid social media/video game platform received nothing but praise and recommendations to buy from various Wall Street Analysts. Morgan Stanley, BofA, and Truist were vocal advocates of RBLX. Growing revenues were a large part of the fundamentals moving the stock up to $71 up from its March IPO of $45. Additionally, deals with Tencent are moving Roblox into a Chinese market that would vastly grow its clientele. Strike prices range from $78 to $100 as the future looks promising as RBLX plans education, concerts, and movie pairings.

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FINSUM + Magnifi: Amp Up Your Portfolio with Robotic Stocks

March 2021

For years robotics was pigeonholed into major US manufacturing duties but new technology and
artificial intelligence are turning that around. Robots look to assist a much larger capacity with these
technology improvements, such as personal assistance, autonomous vehicles, biomedical assistance,
and delivery. Robotics was expected to have a CAGR of 25% from 2020 to 2025 so the growth is promising. Companies like Intuitive Surgical (ISRG), iRobot Corp (IRBT), and Rockwell Automation (ROK),
offer promising future growth prospects and value buys like ABB offer P/E ratios that are attractive
compared to the S&P 500.

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FINSUM + Magnifi: Why the Pandemic is a Big Boost to Robotics ETFs

(February 2021)

If you were to design a tailwind for the robotics sector, what would it look like. Perhaps a pandemic that causes social distancing and makes it unsafe for too many humans to congregate in one place, such as a manufacturing facility. It is from this lens that advisors would be wise to view robotics. Remember that robotics is not limited to physical machines, but also artificial intelligence, which means the huge surge in digital communications/computing that has occurred alongside the pandemic doubly boosts this sector. One great ETF to check out is the Global X Robotics & Artificial Intelligence ETF (BOTZ). The fund provides exposure to companies formally involved in robotics, but also artificial intelligence, including businesses involved with industrial robotics, automation, non-industrial robots, and autonomous vehicles.
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