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Wall Street could face its first three-day losing streak in more than six weeks Wednesday as global stocks struggle to find direction amid a worrying resurgence in coronavirus infections.

Here is a recap of TheStreet’s premarket coverage for Wednesday, Apr. 21:

5 Things You Must Know Wednesday

  1. Stock Futures Fluctuate Amid Virus Concerns
  2. Netflix Slumps as Subscriber Growth Stalls
  3. Wednesday’s Earnings Calendar: Verizon and Chipotle
  4. Apple Launches iPad Pro With M1 Processor
  5. Plans Collapse for European Soccer Super League

Premarket Movers Tuesday

  1. Netflix  (NFLX) – Get Report | Decreasing -8.46%
  2. Norwegian Cruise Lines  (NCLH) – Get Report | Increasing +2.50%
  3. Tripadvisor  (TRIP) – Get Report | Increasing +2.13%
  4. Abbott Laboratories  (ABT) – Get Report | Decreasing -3.96%
  5. United Airlines  (UAL) – Get Report | Decreasing -3.09%

Shares of cruise lines gained Wednesday after Goldman Sachs upgraded Norwegian Cruise Line amid expectations of a strong post-pandemic rebound in demand.

Here is a recap of the latest stock market action including the top stock gainers, buy-the-dip candidates, volume leaders and advice from Jim Cramer from Tuesday, Apr. 20.

Top Stock Gainers on Tuesday

  1. Kansas City Southern  (KSU) – Get Report | +15.25% Increase
  2. New Oriental Education  (EDU) – Get Report | +6.46% Increase
  3. Fisker  (FSR) – Get Report | +4.53% Increase
  4. BioNTech  (BNTX) – Get Report | +4.48% Increase
  5. International Business Machines  (IBM) – Get Report | +3.79% Increase

Cramer said if everything goes right Fisker could be the next Tesla but it needs to execute. “It’s a very interesting opportunity and I recommend it [Tuesday],” he said.

Buy-the-Dip Candidates

  1. Tripadvisor  (TRIP) – Get Report | -10.39% Decrease Tuesday
  2. United Airlines  (UAL) – Get Report | -8.53% Decrease Tuesday
  3. Virgin Galactic  (SPCE) – Get Report | -6.59% Decrease Tuesday
  4. American Airlines  (AAL) – Get Report | -5.48% Decrease Tuesday
  5. Ford Motor  (F) – Get Report | -5.45% Decrease Tuesday

Cramer said Virgin Galactic was a quizzical sale and he’s not sure what to make of it. “She has had a lot of money come in but… there is a lot of questionable thinking there,” he added.

Cramer also talked about how he is “not a fan of the airlines” after United Airlines reported its financials. Cramer made an exception for Southwest  (LUV) – Get Report and Boeing  (BA) – Get Report but was slightly concerned that Boeing stock was down Tuesday after its CFO Greg Smith announced he will retire in July. 

Tuesday Price Volume Leaders

  1. Tesla  (TSLA) – Get Report | 25,602,515 Shares Traded
  2. Apple  (AAPL) – Get Report | 12,602,466 Shares Traded
  3. Amazon  (AMZN) – Get Report | 8,746,892 Shares Traded
  4. Netflix  (NFLX) – Get Report | 6,186,839 Shares Traded
  5. Coinbase Global  (COIN) – Get Report | 5,801,132 Shares Traded

Cramer’s missing Apple Watch episode helped him to understand one thing about Apple’s business and its stock. He then offered a warning to traders who try to time entries into Apple shares. Apple Maven covered the Spring-Loaded event Tuesday.

Netflix Inc shares tumbled in pre-market trading Wednesday after the streaming service said COVID disruptions would continue to dampen subscriber growth after a softer-than-expected first-quarter earnings report Tuesday. 

Cramer called Netflix the worst stock of the FANGs and said: “Netflix is a big reset” after its disappointing report.

Best of Jim Cramer on Tuesday

Morning Bell: Cramer shared stock-market news including Peloton’s safety issues, breakup chatter about Alphabet  (GOOGL) – Get Report and a look back at the earnings season so far.

Stock Market Today: Cramer discussed the latest stock market news including Cathie Wood owned ARK ETF’s stock sale of Virgin Galactic, the Fisker upgrade and markets on Tuesday.

Jim Cramer Live: Cramer and Katherine Ross talked about Dogecoin, United Airlines, Cathie Wood, Fisker, Abbott Laboratories  (ABT) – Get Report and more.

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