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Most Watched by Yahoo Finance Users

Most Watched by Yahoo Finance Users

23.03k followers31 symbols Watchlist by Yahoo Finance

Follow this list to discover and track stocks that are most watched by Yahoo Finance Users. This list is generated daily and limited to the top 30 stocks that meet the criteria.

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Follow this list to discover and track stocks that are most watched by Yahoo Finance Users. This list is generated daily and limited to the top 30 stocks that meet the criteria.

Background

Yahoo Finance employs sophisticated algorithms to monitor and detect trends in the Global Financial Markets. We bring these insights to you in the form of watchlists.

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How are these weighted?

The stocks in this watchlist are weighted equally.

Performance

WatchlistChange today1-month return1-year returnTotal return
Most Watched by Yahoo Finance Users----
^GSPC-0.16%+7.05%+15.09%+3802.85%

31 symbols

SymbolCompany nameLast priceChange% changeMarket timeVolumeAvg vol (3-month)Market cap
AAPLApple Inc.116.03+0.86+0.75%4:00 pm GMT-572.88M144.91M1,972.72B
MSFTMicrosoft Corporation213.87+0.01+0.00%4:00 pm GMT-519.35M31.97M1,616.96B
AMZNAmazon.com, Inc.3185.07+67.01+2.15%4:00 pm GMT-53.79M5.14M1,598.11B
GOOGAlphabet Inc.1771.43+2.55+0.14%4:00 pm GMT-51.05M1.87M1,195.71B
FBFacebook, Inc.275.59-1.33-0.48%4:00 pm GMT-512.47M21.84M784.96B
BABAAlibaba Group Holding Limited277.72-2.24-0.80%4:00 pm GMT-514.86M17.17M745.54B
TSLATesla, Inc.574+18.62+3.35%4:00 pm GMT-548.93M56.32M544.10B
WMTWalmart Inc.151.83+0.47+0.31%4:00 pm GMT-54.49M9.28M430.25B
JNJJohnson & Johnson143.68-0.19-0.13%4:00 pm GMT-57.35M6.71M378.24B
JPMJPMorgan Chase & Co.122.03-1.29-1.05%4:00 pm GMT-511.39M16.79M371.97B
PGThe Procter & Gamble Company138.68+0.37+0.27%4:02 pm GMT-58.09M6.06M343.87B
NVDANVIDIA Corporation529.39+11.08+2.14%4:00 pm GMT-56.50M12.58M327.69B
HDThe Home Depot, Inc.273.96+0.65+0.24%4:00 pm GMT-52.98M3.55M294.95B
DISThe Walt Disney Company149.09-2.40-1.58%4:04 pm GMT-57.91M10.10M269.41B
BACBank of America Corporation29.03+0.05+0.17%4:00 pm GMT-554.91M61.13M251.13B
VZVerizon Communications Inc.60.41-0.23-0.38%4:00 pm GMT-510.45M15.04M249.98B
KOThe Coca-Cola Company52.93-0.29-0.54%4:00 pm GMT-510.17M15.04M227.46B
NFLXNetflix, Inc.485+2.12+0.44%4:00 pm GMT-53.60M6.11M214.27B
TAT&T Inc.28.99-0.24-0.82%4:02 pm GMT-524.47M38.65M206.58B
PFEPfizer Inc.36.53-0.07-0.19%4:03 pm GMT-526.47M33.40M203.05B
INTCIntel Corporation47.05+0.04+0.09%4:00 pm GMT-526.72M33.36M192.81B
CSCOCisco Systems, Inc.42.5-0.11-0.26%4:00 pm GMT-522.62M25.11M179.58B
XOMExxon Mobil Corporation40.81-1.17-2.79%4:05 pm GMT-526.59M30.49M172.55B
MCDMcDonald's Corporation219.34-0.37-0.17%4:00 pm GMT-51.82M2.98M163.43B
BAThe Boeing Company217.61-0.88-0.40%4:00 pm GMT-519.07M22.59M122.85B
CCitigroup Inc.57.06--4:02 pm GMT-528.15M26.96M118.80B
IBMInternational Business Machines Corporation124.2-0.22-0.18%4:00 pm GMT-54.02M5.45M110.67B
AMDAdvanced Micro Devices, Inc.86.71+1.64+1.93%4:00 pm GMT-541.35M51.85M104.29B
GEGeneral Electric Company10.5+0.05+0.48%4:00 pm GMT-5108.62M112.34M91.98B
FFord Motor Company9.08-0.37-3.92%4:03 pm GMT-594.24M64.90M36.12B
  • Dow Jones Futures Fall On Coronavirus Vaccine News, Bitcoin Tumbles; Watch Out For This
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    Dow Jones Futures Fall On Coronavirus Vaccine News, Bitcoin Tumbles; Watch Out For This

    Dow Jones futures fell Thursday as AstraZeneca said it'll likely run another coronavirus vaccine study. A key gauge suggests investors are getting excessively bullish.

  • Bitcoin Steadies After Biggest Slump Since March’s Meltdown
    Bloomberg

    Bitcoin Steadies After Biggest Slump Since March’s Meltdown

    (Bloomberg) -- Bitcoin and other digital coins steadied Friday after posting some of the biggest declines since the onset of the pandemic, a selloff that stoked fresh questions about this year’s boom in cryptocurrencies.Bitcoin climbed above $17,400, following a slide of as much as 14% to $16,227 on Thursday. Fears over tighter crypto regulations and profit-taking after a frenetic rally were among the reasons cited for the tumble.“After big rallies in shares and various other assets, they are all vulnerable to a bit of a pause,” said Shane Oliver, head of investment strategy at AMP Capital Investors Ltd. in Sydney. “But Bitcoin more than most, as it surged higher far more and had become far more frothy with speculative interest.”The slump pared Bitcoin’s rally this year to about 140%, a climb that’s split opinion. Crypto believers tout a broadening investor base and the search for a hedge against dollar weakness amid loose monetary policy as reasons for a durable boom. Set against that is a history of big swings, including the run up to a record three years ago that was followed by a spectacular bust.Proponents of digital assets say the current focus on cryptocurrencies compared with three years ago is different because of growing institutional interest, for instance from the likes of Fidelity Investments and JPMorgan Chase & Co.Just this week, Van Eck Associates Corp. launched a Bitcoin exchange-traded note on the Deutsche Boerse Xetra exchange. In October, PayPal Holdings Inc. said it would allow customers access to cryptocurrencies.FOMOOthers see signs of retail investors piling in to chase momentum for fast gains, storing up an inevitable reckoning. The rout in Bitcoin began just hours after it rose to within $7 of its record high of $19,511 set in December 2017.Concern about potential U.S. crypto rules help explain Thursday’s price drop across most major digital assets, said Ryan Rabaglia, global head of trading at OSL brokerage in Hong Kong.“It’s also not unusual to see a short-term pullback following periods of significant, accelerated gains as traders look to take profits before resetting once volatility subsides,” he said. “Once the dust settles, we’re back to business as usual with all medium to long-term bullish indicators still in play.”Bitcoin rose 2.3% as of 10:36 a.m. Friday in Tokyo, while Ether advanced 3.2% and XRP -- which slumped about 20% Thursday -- climbed 12.5%, according to prices compiled by Bloomberg.Crypto ‘Whales’A few large holders often referred to as whales own most Bitcoin. About 2% of the anonymous ownership accounts that can be tracked on the cryptocurrency’s blockchain control 95% of the digital asset, according to researcher Flipside Crypto. That structure points to the risk of big price swings if major investors offload some of their stakes.“Bitcoin may be a victim of its own success,” said Michael McCarthy, chief market strategist at CMC Markets Plc in Sydney. “Traders suggested several large holders moved to lock in gains as the cryptocurrency reached for all-time highs.”AMP Capital’s Oliver said the depth of the recent plunge shows Bitcoin is “hardly a secure store of value,” adding it may be vulnerable if Covid-19 vaccines lead to a sharp global recovery next year.“Money printing and the debasement of paper currencies that Bitcoin enthusiasts are seeking to protect against may start to fade as an issue,” Oliver said.(Updates with strategist’s comment in the 12th paragraph.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Amazon Will Spend $500 Million on Holiday Employee Bonuses
    Bloomberg

    Amazon Will Spend $500 Million on Holiday Employee Bonuses

    (Bloomberg) -- Amazon.com Inc. will pay the employees who pack and deliver its goods a one-time bonus of up to $300, extra compensation that comes as the company faces a union drive and criticism from others for rolling back pandemic hazard pay.The company said on Thursday that it would pay full-time operations workers $300, and part-timers $150, if they are employed by the e-commerce giant for the entire month of December. The cost to Amazon will amount to about $500 million, logistics chief Dave Clark said in a corporate blog post.Like many of its peers in retail who had offered hazard pay as an incentive for workers to keep coming in during the pandemic, Amazon ended its bonuses after an economic upheaval swelled the ranks of job seekers. The company ended its $2-an-hour bump for hundreds of thousands of warehouse workers at the end of May. In June, it paid one-time bonuses of as much as $500.More recently, Amazon has faced criticism from some employees for trying to attract new hires with a $3,000 bonus to ensure sufficient staffing to cover the holiday rush while only offering existing workers vouchers toward Thanksgiving turkeys. Earlier this week, a union drive organized by a group of workers at an Alabama warehouse became public, a rare step at a company that has worked to fend off organized labor in its ranks.“Our teams are doing amazing work serving customers’ essential needs, while also helping to bring some much needed holiday cheer for socially-distanced families around the world,” Clark said in the blog post Thursday. “I’ve never been more grateful for -- or proud of -- our teams.”For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.