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Robinhood's Dirty Tricks and How to Avoid Them Robinhood’s Dirty Tricks and How to Avoid Them Befitting its name, broker app Robinhood offers the common investor "commission-free" trading... or does it?
EverGrande Chinese Real State Meme small Evergrande’s Debt Debacle; DoorDash On Tap; The Mattress Firm Manifesto
by Joseph Hargett September 20, 2021 Great Stuff
China’s Monkey Wrench Hello, bankruptcy’s waited here for you … Evergrande. Today, the market’s torn itself in two. Deep in the red. Deep in the red, we trade. And Wall Street wonders if everything will ever be this real forever. If anything could ever be as good as the past 10 years again… The only […]
Bonds Will Crash ... but Stocks Can Still Soar Bonds Will Crash… but Stocks Can Still Soar Mike Carr explains how he can be bullish on stocks and bearish on bonds at the same time... and how to trade SPY and TLT to profit.
Paulson says crypto's worthless nobody cares meme small Crypto Curmudgeons, Affirm Confirms & Support in Short Supply
by Joseph Hargett August 30, 2021 Great Stuff
Old Man Yells At New Market Come gather ‘round people wherever you roam, and admit that the waters around you have grown… The times they are a-changin’, Great Ones. And like Dylan sang: You better start swimmin’, or you’ll sink like a stone. OK, I actually have a point that ties all this nonsense into […]
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