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What we’ve got here is failure to communicate. Wall Street is saying loud and clear that it is not happy with last night’s speech. Travel Bans and Broken Circuit Breakers Rolling in the Deep Double the circuit breakers, double the fun? For the second time this week, trading halted on Wall Street — both in futures trading and during the regular session. Welcome to the bear market. Sparking the chaos this time around was President Trump’s less-than-reassuring and confusing response to the growing COVID-19 threat. […]
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These tech companies have the competitive advantages that give them a “moat,” in Warren Buffett’s terms. Warren Buffett Would Love These New Tech Stocks These tech companies have the competitive advantages that give them a “moat,” in Warren Buffett’s terms.
Trade War Part 2: Interest-Rate Cut Boogaloo
by Joseph Hargett June 5, 2019 Great Stuff
The U.S.-China trade war has entered phase 2. The first phase was hiking tariffs and trying to see who would blink first. But neither side blinked. In fact, China called the U.S. on tariffs and backed out of trade negotiations in May amid some pretty strong rhetoric. Now, with both countries feeling the tariff effects, […]
We need to have a talk about earnings and valuations. That’s because the health of the U.S. corporate sector is based on an illusion … one that’s about to evaporate. Corporate Earnings Are All a Big Lie We need to have a talk about earnings and valuations. That’s because the health of the U.S. corporate sector is based on an illusion … one that’s about to evaporate.

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