My family and some friends are playing a Stock Market Fantasy game in 2021. It is a good way for us to stay connected and have some fun this next year (plus hopefully learn a thing or two). I am planning to document some of the good and bad stocks we pick each month.

Here are some stocks in various players portfolios that are having a good month to date in January:

Foresight Autonomous Holdings ADR (FRSX) – This stock opened at $4.08 to begin January and is now at $7.82 (a 91.67% increase). This is the hottest of all stocks in player portfolios to date.

Crispr Therapeutics AG (CRSP) – This stock opened at $153.11 to begin January and is now at $199.88 (a 30.55% increase). My dad told me to keep an eye out for this one…I should have listened.

Curaleaf Holdings Inc (CURLF) – This stock opened at $11.97 to begin January and is now at $15.55 (a 29.91% increase). This stock was the #2 performing stock in my Early January Hot Stocks article (19.88%) and has continued to see gains.

Evogene Ltd (EVGN) – This stock opened at $4.70 to begin January and is now at $6.08 (a 29.36% increase).

Stocks that have fallen out of the top 4 from the last article:

Ocugen Inc (OCGN) – Is still up for the month but has gone from 42.62% up to only 21.31% up from the beginning of the month.

SunPower Corporation (SPWR) – Still climbing for the month as the stock has gone from 15.95% up to 24.65% up for the month.

Enphase Energy, Inc. (ENPH) – Is still up for the month but has dropped a bit from 15.91% up to only 8.62% up from the beginning of the month.

We will see if these stocks can hold their value or even increase between now and the end of the month.

It is a long month and I will put out updates from stocks (good and bad) from various players portfolios. It is just my way of tracking this data.

Next weekend I might focus my article on the regrettable stocks chosen in January.

Scott E

1 COMMENT

  1. Have you been watching Gamestop stock? I never would have guessed that GME would shoot up like it has. I heard it’s a short squeeze. What does that mean? You just never know what will happen in the stock market.

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