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Tom Bruni

Head of Market Research,

Stocktwits

About Tom

Tom Bruni is the head of market research at Stocktwits, where he publishes the brand’s flagship market recap newsletter, The Daily Rip, for one million subscribers and oversees the platform’s growing publishing efforts. Mr. Bruni has been at the intersection of finance and media for the last decade, regularly featured in the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Reuters, Barron’s, and more. He holds both CPA and CMT licenses and graduated with an accounting degree from Molloy University in 2016.


Tom's Articles

In less than 24 hours, Apple Inc.’s (AAPL) WWDC event went from the latest meme to the core reason Apple is set to reclaim its spot atop US big tech giants. While consumers are still waiting to hear how Artificial Intelligence (AI) will meaningfully impact their experience, analysts are ecstatic about its business potential, observes Tom Bruni, head of market research at The Daily Rip by Stocktwits.
Interest rates have been rising since December, with many expecting them to hit their November highs again and potentially continue onward. However, this week’s action suggests we may be seeing something different happen. That has implications for the iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF (TLT), highlights Tom Bruni, head of market research at The Daily Rip by Stocktwits.
Concerns about the path of rates put pressure on stocks going into Nvidia Corp.’s (NVDA) earnings, but prices bounced back for a while after the tech giant’s results once again beat expectations. Notably, it was one of the first days I can recall where Stocktwits sentiment for the four major indexes was in bearish or extremely bearish territory, highlights Tom Bruni, head of market research at The Daily Rip by Stocktwits.
The US stock market indexes climbed the wall of worry to new all-time highs this week as investors and traders took advantage of the growing number of breakouts across various sectors. Notably, Stocktwits community sentiment for the major indexes has shifted into bearish territory, highlights Tom Bruni, head of market research at The Daily Rip by Stocktwits.

Tom's Videos

So far, 2024 has looked much different than last year in terms of the economy, markets, and where money is flowing. We tap into our first-party data to recap what trends retail investors and traders have played so far and where they’re looking to make money in the second half. Hint: it isn’t the same places institutions are looking.