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Who’s winning the U.S.-China trade war? The answer isn’t as simple as you might think. Peloton Climbs a Mountain of Loss … and Uber’s Buried Under It
by Joseph Hargett November 5, 2019 Great Stuff
So Much Winning Here’s your question for the week: Who’s winning the U.S.-China trade war? We’ve seen plenty of updates in the past 48 hours on U.S.-China trade relations, with many Wall Street pundits claiming “progress” in negotiations. This progress is why the markets are rallying, after all. This first bit of news arrived on […]
recession hoax 2019 Recession Hoax Exposed: Millennial Housing Market & Unemployment For months, the bad news media has been touting stories about a recession, stoking the flames for fear and doubt among main street investors.
News of the (alleged) trade deal was so good, Great Stuff had to take a hiatus today. Great Stuff on Tour; Netflix on the Rocks
by Joseph Hargett October 17, 2019 Great Stuff
Three things you need to read while Great Stuff is off gallivanting (read: stranded).
If you listen to the analyst community on Wall Street, competition is constantly knocking on Netflix Inc.’s (Nasdaq: NFLX) door. AMC Targets Netflix; Nio Is Still Not the One
by Joseph Hargett October 16, 2019 Great Stuff
Pork prices soar 69% in China, and all I can think about is the bacon! Will somebody please think about the bacon?!
Investor Expectations blocks showing the market Investor Expectations vs. Economic Data: How They Sway the Stock Market Investors’ expectations sway the stock market one way. Economic data sway it another. This is the “expectations versus reality” battle we see in the markets every day. You need to understand this battle to be successful in your investments. Chad Shoop shares the chart he uses to track this phenomenon and how he implements it in his portfolio. (4-minute read)

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