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So, it’s come to this … Facebook voter education and Congressional stimulus are all that stand between the market and Armageddon. Fun times. Facebook Votes; TikTok on the Clock; Musk Gets Mouthy
by Joseph Hargett August 3, 2020 Great Stuff
Voting Fun With Facebook Today, I read one of the most terrifying headlines ever: “Facebook will prepare users for mail-in voting for 2020 election amid pandemic.” That was CNBC’s headline as of this morning. CNBC has a habit of updating these things throughout the day, so your results may vary. The social media giant has […]
Forget bulls and bears — this is the kangaroo market, and you need to beware. It’s not just market volatility that we’re talking about there… Kangaroo Market; A Pilgrim’s Shame; The Shop-Mart Gang
by Joseph Hargett June 15, 2020 Great Stuff
The Kangaroo Market According to Merriam-Webster, a kangaroo court is “a mock court in which the principles of law and justice are disregarded or perverted.” Now, you’ve heard of kangaroo courts before, right? But have you ever heard of a kangaroo market? On Friday, Berenberg Capital Markets analyst Jonathan Stubbs forwent the usual “bull” or […]
From comfort shopping to retail investing, Americans go stir-crazy during the pandemic lockdown. Lockdown Pastimes; Novavax Big Time; Travel Stocks Climb
by Joseph Hargett May 26, 2020 Great Stuff
Stir-Crazy Investors We’re all itching to get out and participate in the U.S. economy’s “Great Reopening.” If reports from the Memorial Day holiday weekend are any indication, some of us are a lot more eager than others … I’m looking at you Lake of the Ozarks partygoers. As the country reopens, now is an excellent […]
Trillions, unlimited stimulus, 20.2 million unemployed … unprecedented numbers, all. It’s no wonder Wall Street is vapor locked and rallying on bad news. Jobs Data Vapor Lock; Shopify Shocks; Gamers Game Amok
by Joseph Hargett May 6, 2020 Great Stuff
The Market Gods Are Crazy Any Great Stuff readers home-schooling kids right now? It’s quite the experience, let me tell you. New math? Pshaw … I’ve done things with fractions and limits in the past week that would turn you white. Yes, Mr. Great Stuff, we get it. Math is hard. But what about the […]
If hope for a partial China trade deal is why markets are rallying, I have sorely overestimated Wall Street’s intelligence. Wall Street’s Chinese Fire Drill; Roku Upgraded; Fitbit Leaves China
by Joseph Hargett October 9, 2019 Great Stuff
Wall Street’s Chinese Fire Drill The needle on the “Trade War Cycle” moved again this morning. After yesterday’s heavy sell-off on trade fears, did you really expect anything less? The major market indexes are up just shy of 1% as of this writing. Traders are reportedly rallying around news that China will accept a partial […]

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