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17.01.2020

NEW YEAR, NEW PORTFOLIO. NEW OPPORTUNITIES

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We are glad to welcome everyone in 2020!

The beginning of the year is always the period of setting of new investment goals, developing of long-term strategies and seeking of new financial opportunities.

We took into account the experience and wishes of our customers in 2019. According to investor polls, the most popular product in 2019 was our deposit insurance certificate. And since we value our clients’ opinions, we decided to start the new year with offering our new clients 100% deposit insurance for this particular portfolio.

Please read the terms and conditions for the asset list and make your decision to begin your safe investment path in 2020 with ACB Service.

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Boeing

The Boeing Co is engaged in the development, design, manufacture and sale of civil and military aircraft, spacecraft and their launch and defense systems.

American Airlines and Southern Airlines have moved the resumption of Boeing 737 MAX flights to early April.

Disagreements between Boeing and international safety authorities may lead to a new delay in return of the Boeing 737 MAX to flights. Authorities dissatisfied with the lack of information about proposed remedial measures for aircraft software from Boeing.

Boeing suspended 737 MAX’s production since January 2020 due to certification issues. The aircraft manufacturer didn’t specify the date of the resumption of the aircrafts’ release.

There is a correspondence of the company employees posted on the Internet which caused a new scandal. In this letters employees brag about the FAA’s deception and discuss its safety regulations in an abusive manner. Some reports detail the problems with the development of the Boeing 737 MAX simulator. This suggests that the aircraft received FAA approval by fraud.

In the 3rd quarter, profit was $1.17 billion, compared with $2.36 billion a year earlier. Revenue fell 21% to $20 billion, deliveries of commercial aircraft fell 67% to 62.

The company will publish the financial report for the 4th quarter and 2019 on January 29.

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Advanced Micro Devices

AMD has been innovating in high-performance computing, graphics and visualization technology for 50 years. Hundreds of millions of consumers and companies around the world use AMD technology every day to improve their lives, work and games.

AMD is gaining strength with its reliable products and competitive positioning relative to Intel. It also published an excellent third quarter financial report in October.

AMD CEO Lisa Su said that the company achieved its “first full-quarter sales of 7nm Ryzen, Radeon and EPYC processors, resulting in the highest quarterly revenue since 2005, the highest quarterly gross margin since 2012 and a significant increase in net profit per annum calculus”. She is also optimistic about the company's progress and growth in 2020 and beyond.

AMD recently released the Radeon RX 5500 XT GPU. This GPU will compete with the NVidia GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER GPU. In addition, AMD may release two new graphics cards in 2020. The new GPUs are known as the "NVIDIA killers”.

AMD is gaining a place in the processor market with its 7nm EPYC processors. Su believes that many AMD chips are better developed than comparable Intel chips.

AMD will publish its report for the 4th quarter on January 28 after the market closes.

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Micron Technology

Micron manufactures DRAM and NAND chips. Supply and demand for these chips determine memory prices. Company shares are gaining momentum in demand recovery for memory chips. In a December report, CEO Sanjay Mehrotra predicted a recovery in the 2nd quarter of 2020.

Since last year, Micron has experienced a cyclical downturn. Reduced demand from manufacturing companies has prevented Micron. The trade war between the USA and China led to a ban on trade with Huawei. However, the company is now recovering and expects favorable demand for chips.

In the 1st quarter Micron demonstrated impressive results. Revenue decreased by 34.9% year on year, but increased by 5.6% compared to the previous period. Demand for chips recovered in the fourth quarter.

Micron has long-term growth dynamics due to the constant demand for memory chips. The company's investment in AI and autonomous technology should drive this demand. Micron's focus on 5G wireless technology and the Internet of things should also help the company growth.

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Walt Disney Company

Walt Disney Company is known worldwide as a producer of animation and films. She also owns a network of cable channels, TV and radio broadcasting stations, and amusement parks.

The Disney+ streaming service, which was launched on November 12, continues to show strong user growth.

According to Sensor Tower, the Disney+ mobile app has shown that user spending is estimated at $97.2 million. It has been downloaded about 41 million times on the App Store and Google Play.

Walt Disney Company announced 10 million registrations on Disney+ one day after its debut. New subscription information will be presented in the income statement for the 1st financial quarter on February 4.

Also, the company has just completed the acquisition transaction of the 21st Century Fox. This gives Disney enough power to expand its business over the next few years.

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Visa

Visa is a global payment service that provides the ability to make electronic payments to consumers, commercials, banks and government in more than 200 countries of the world.

Visa bought Plaid financial startup for $5.3 billion. Plaid software allows startups to connect to users’ bank accounts. It serves 25% of bank account holders in the USA.

Last quarter revenue rose to $6.1 billion from $5.4 billion. The number of transactions processed by Visa increased by 12% compared to the previous period. Total payments increased by 8.7% to $2.27 trillion.

Visa Advanced Authorization helped financial institutions prevent $25 billion in annual fraud, making the company’s ecosystem safer for retailers and consumers.

Visa publishes financial results for the 1st quarter of 2020 on January 30.

Morgan Stanley raised Visa's target price to $207.


Company

Type of transaction

Opening price

Take profit

Stop Loss

Investment period

Forecast income

Boeing

Sell

Market price

$312.00

$332.00

1-1,5 months

3.03 %

AMD

Buy

Market price

$55.00

$47.50

1-1,5 months

3.27 %

Micron Technology

Buy

Market price

$62.00

$55.00

1-1,5 months

3.05 %

Walt Disney

Buy

Market price

$152.00

$139.00

1-1,5 months

3.1 %

Visa

Buy

Market price

$212.00

$200.00

1-1,5 months

2.49 %


Investment amount ($)

Boeing, lots

AMD, lots

Micron Technology, lots

Walt Disney, lots

Visa, lots

Potential profit ($)

Income (%)

100 000

2,5

8

7

4

4

15 393

15.39

50 000

1,25

4

3,5

2

2

7 696

15.39

30 000

0,75

2,4

2,1

1,2

1.2

4 618

15.39


Investment period

1 - 1,5 months

Forecast income

15,39 %