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|Day's range||2.4300 - 2.8300|
|52-week range||0.9170 - 7.8900|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.91|
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Bull markets and low interest rates can make the stock market irrational. Opendoor Technologies (NASDAQ: OPEN) went public via a SPAC in 2020. The real estate start-up pitched itself as a technology company, but all it was doing was buying and selling residential real estate directly from consumers, otherwise known as home flipping.
Opendoor Technologies Inc. (OPEN) could be a great choice for investors looking to buy stocks that have gained strong momentum recently but are still trading at reasonable prices. It is one of the several stocks that made it through our 'Fast-Paced Momentum at a Bargain' screen.
Opendoor's (NASDAQ: OPEN) results gave investors a little reason for optimism in the first quarter, and if a new buying model works as planned, this could be a great stock. In this video, Travis Hoium highlights what to like and what to be skeptical of in the results.
The stock market -- especially when it comes to technology stocks -- was having a good day on Wednesday. Leading iBuyer Opendoor Technologies (NASDAQ: OPEN) was up by 7% during this time after rising by double digits earlier in the day, while brokerage disruptor Redfin (NASDAQ: RDFN) was 13% higher. Opendoor reported its earnings last Thursday, and the company is making impressive progress in selling its "old book" of homes.
Shares of Opendoor (NASDAQ: OPEN) tumbled 21.6% in April, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence, due to worrisome housing market data. The company's delicate financial health doesn't leave much wiggle room, and Opendoor will continue to suffer net losses as real estate struggles with difficult macroeconomic conditions. The company operates an e-commerce platform for residential real estate.
Opendoor Technologies Inc. (OPEN) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 9.86% and 20.66%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2023. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Exane BNP Paribas downgraded Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) to Neutral from Outperform. Wedbush downgraded Opendoor Technologies (NASDAQ:OPEN) to Neutral from Outperform and cut its price target to $1.70 from $3.50. In order for the company's iBuying business to succeed, product availability and access to financing for iBuyers and their retail customers are crucial, according to Wedbush.
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The real estate tech company benefited from surprising home sales data and favorable interest rate news.
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Fourth-quarter earnings gave investors some insight into Opendoor's progress. Opendoor, which buys homes with cash offers and resells them for a fee, purchased a whopping 14,135 homes in the second quarter of 2022. Opendoor has been frantically trying to off-load these homes over the past two quarters, losing a lot of money in the process.
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Week to date, shares of home marketplace company Opendoor Technologies (NASDAQ: OPEN) were up 37.4% through Thursday's market close, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence, after investors jumped back into high-risk stocks. The stock has cratered from a high of $11.39 in the last year all the way to under $1 per share, but it has recovered on the hope that the housing market won't be as bad as feared. It certainly helps that investors are bidding up a lot of the tech stocks that have gotten crushed over the past year.
Leading iBuyer Opendoor (NASDAQ: OPEN) was having an excellent day on Thursday. As of 3 p.m. EST, the real estate disruptor's stock had risen by 14% for the day and has now more than tripled from its 52-week low in just over a month. There isn't any company-specific news driving the news higher, but there has been a surge in optimism for the real estate market in general.
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