The Zombie Stock Portfolio

The Zombie Average is a simple average of all of the Zombie stock prices. Starting date is 11/7/22.

Updated 12/9/22 @ 1:15 PM EST

Percentage Increase/Decrease in Zombie Average Since 11/7/22: 4.10%

Percentage Increase/Decrease in Zombie Average Since it’s High on 11/15/22: -12.04%


Although this page has really nothing to do with precious metals, I thought that some readers might still find it interesting. I just started following the Zombie stocks as determined by the firm New Constructs. Zombie stocks have been described by Investopedia in the following way:

What Are Zombies?

Zombies are companies that earn just enough money to continue operating and service debt but are unable to pay off their debt. Such companies, given that they just scrape by meeting overheads (wages, rent, interest payments on debt, for example), have no excess capital to invest to spur growth. Zombie companies are typically subject to higher borrowing costs and may be one just event—market disruption or a poor quarter performance—away from insolvency or a bailout. Zombies are especially dependent on banks for financing, which is fundamentally their life support. Zombie companies are also known as the “living dead” or “zombie stocks.”

Here are the stock symbols of the companies that New Constructs feels are the top Zombies:

  • BIRD – Allbirds, Inc
  • GME – Gamestop Corp
  • AMC – AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc.
  • CVNA – Carvana Co.
  • PTON – Peleton Interactive, Inc.
  • CHWY – Chewy, Inc.
  • APRN – Blue Apron Holdings, Inc.
  • RUN – Sunrun, Inc.
  • AFRM – Affirm Holdings, Inc.
  • TLRY – Tilray Brands, Inc.
  • SHAK – Shake Shack, Inc.
  • RIVN – Rivian Automative, Inc.
  • BYND- Beyond Meat, Inc.
  • SNAP – Snap, Inc.
  • SG – Sweetgreen, Inc.
  • UBER – Uber Technologies, Inc.
  • HOOD – Robinhood Markets, Inc.
  • RNG – RingCentral, Inc.
  • DASH – DoorDash, Inc.
  • FRPT – FreshPet, Inc.
  • W – Wayfair, Inc.
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