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Ted vs. ARKKOne of the hallmarks of an asset bubble is that investors increasingly rely on “faith and love” to justify their decisions. Indeed, hanging on to promising stocks when they’re down is critical to long-term returns. That’s why I always remind Bauman Letter readers to stay smart and tough. But the smart part is critical. In today’s video, I look at recent market performance in the context of rapidly rising interest rate expectations to identify the stocks that justify faith and love … and those that don’t.
Value Investing: What Buffett’s Admirers Get WrongStocks are not like socks — you don't always want the value ones "on sale." This strategy can yield much better returns.
Like A Virgin Galactic; Meta’s FTC Jamboree; Delta Ain’t Dallying
January 13, 2022 Great StuffNeither A Borrower Nor A Branson Be Here’s the story … of a lovely space stock! That was bringing up some very lovely satellites. All of them had funding problems … just like their mother … the youngest one in curls. Curly satellites? You OK there, Team Great Stuff? And that, Great Ones, is how […]
Avoid This Options Newbie’s Catastrophic MistakeThis young trader was widely mocked online for his foolishness. But it isn’t easy to make money from options.