CNBC (VIDEO): “SOFI is acquisition target” – do you think so?
I have about $100k in SOFI, mostly $50 LEAP call options and have been adding since before its SPAC merger. Been adding more on this most recent dip.
Tonight, multiple people on CNBC’s Fast Money spoke about how SOFI is an acquisition target due to their high growth, innovation and great leadership.
Here is the video: https://twitter.com/optionsaction/status/1409992803686436867?s=21
It was also a pick of the day for the 2nd time in 2 weeks on CNBC’s Fast Money. Cramer has also spoken a few times about how amazing this company is. And yes, it’s Cramer, I know, I know.
What do you think about them being an acquisition target?
I personally would like to see the stock a hell of a lot higher before anyone starts making takeover bids.
SOFI has only been public for a month. It started trading under its own symbol June 1st. It would be a SHAME if a big bank made an acquisition target when the stock price is this low.
Multiple analysts have a $30 target on this company.
I doubt they’d sell this early in the game when their earnings have been INCREDIBLE and show no signs of slowing down.
What do you think is a good takeover bid for SOFI is at this point? Would love to know what everyone thinks.
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June 29, 2021 at 05:41PM