eXp World Holdings, Inc. (EXPI) Social Stream



eXp World Holdings, Inc. (EXPI): $30.79

-0.63 (-2.01%)

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Featured Post From StockTwits About EXPI

$EXPI eXp Realty should continue to focus on growth of their sales force. Let's take a quick look at the math to see how they are doing.

Number of Real Estate Agents:
24,423 - end of 2019
41,313 - end of 2020
50,000+ - March 30, 2021
NOTE: I just heard from an eXp agent that current agent numbers total 52,000 now!

1,324 - average number of agents added per month in 2020
2,895 - average number of agents added per month during
first Quarter of 2021

944 - number of new agents added JUST LAST WEEK!

Ultimately, that type of growth is what drives the price of the stock.
EXPI reports earnings next Thursday and I believe, based on the tremendous growth in agents, they will be favorable.

Hmmmmmm. What to do? What to do?
TedSaunders, published April 28, 2021

Other Notable StockTweets About EXPI


$EXPI UBS Asset Management Americas Inc. Has $2.18 Million Position in eXp World Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:EXPI)
4/23/21, 11:52 PM - Ticker Report

https://www.tickerreport.com/banking-finance/7326137/ubs-asset-management-americas-inc-has-2-18-million-position-in-exp-world-holdings-inc-nasdaqexpi.html

Just wait until they report Institutional Ownership after the 1st Quarter of 2021 and you sellers find out who was buying your shares.

What typically happens is retail investors sell on fear of loss and end up buying back those shares at much higher prices due to FOMO. Deja vu - all over again.

TedSaunders, published April 25, 2021

$EXPI Kind of interesting. I listened to an interview with the CEO where he explained the logic for the split. It was so that there would be more shares granted to agents at the lower price. Wouldn’t be surprised if they were okay with the price drop so they could give more shares to agents to incentivize them to join. However, at some point, the perceived value of the shares dropping this precipitously may have the reverse effect if agents don’t see any potential future value in the shares. I’m interested to see what this stock does with their next earnings report.

DonCorleone77, published April 20, 2021

$EXPI to all the people focused on insider sales this is not new. They have auto sells for every single week and have been doing so for a long time. Review the insider sales and you will see Glenn sells every week same time. Occasionally will skip a week and sell double the next week to maintain the same ratio. The stock was up 1400% in a year. I think selling .05% per week is pretty reasonable lol. https://www.marketbeat.com/stocks/NASDAQ/EXPI/insider-trades/

RaymondTrinkle3, published April 16, 2021

$EXPI I don't know if you all saw, but insider still own almost 55% of the stock. There is no way that I'm entering again until their ownership drops under 20%.. They can pump it up again and have another massive sell-off whenever they feel like it. Plus, even though housing demand is high, there's not enough houses to satisfy demand. Add-in increased lumber prices, rate increases, and new billionaire's joining the insider team, I'm not entering again anytime soon! lol.. I sold at a loss over a month ago and made up my money elsewhere, and some. :) I'm just keeping an eye on this, but no way am I entering when they own 55% of the stock!! Good luck to all who are staying in and staying optimistic!

sstock22, published April 9, 2021

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