Peloton Interactive ($PTON) – Peloton is making gangster moves, pushing the stock up up 6.7% yesterday. The exercise equipment company may need to find a new way to describe itself after announcing plans to enter the video gaming industry through an in-app game called Lanebreak. You read that right, exercise + gaming, a combo rarely seen in human history. Oh yeah, and they're giving 4 million UnitedHealthcare customers free one-year subscriptions, in what I think is the first-ever win-win-win-win situation for Peloton, United, their users, and society.
Square ($SQ) – There are four right angles in a square. After yesterday we may need to add another, as Square clearly took the "right angle" in the release of Square Banking, rising 5.5% on the news. The new feature made for small businesses allows owners to manage cash flows and other finances more conveniently.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings ($NCLH) – Norwegian seems to be digging themselves out of the grave. As a favorite reopening trade, Norwegian pretty much lives and dies by virus fears at this point. After everyone sh*t their pants over the Delta variant on Monday, nobody seemed to care anymore yesterday, thus allowing Norwegian to rebound 8.3%, the most of any cruise stock.