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Elon Musk buys Twitter Musk Buys Twitter? Expect Fireworks During those 65 weekend hours, Elon Musk’s people and Twitter’s people will have “material conversations” about the former’s deal to buy the company. (During market hours they’d have to share everything publicly, given their potential impact on the company’s share price.) But we’re interested in the bigger picture. The longer term. The endgame. On the stock price front, the impact on Twitter’s share price is already baked in. Unless something derails the deal … entirely possible, as you’ll see … TWTR will cease to trade at $54.20 a share, about 4% upside from Monday’s closing price. But as Jay Gould discovered, the path to media’s commanding heights is never smooth.
AAPL to Zero Stock AAPL to Zero or Stock for Dow 100K? Innovative companies will usher us into America 2.0, bringing with them big profits. Will you be left holding America 1.0 stocks?
inequalities and investing in the new gilded age Angry. Disillusioned. Doomed? South Africa is drop-dead gorgeous. Its people are the salt of the earth. But it is one of the most unequal societies in the world, which makes it a challenging place to live … to put it mildly. One thing I've learned in my travels is that when inequality reaches extreme levels, dire consequences follow. So, when a new data set on inequality in the U.S. arrived in my inbox, I realized I had the makings of this week's Bauman Daily. If you doubt the relevance to growing and protecting your investments, read on…
Investment Criteria for Stocks in 2022 Investment Criteria for Your Stocks in 2022 The path to profits is hard … but will you miss out because of that? Or stay in and be #BOP?
EV industry The EV Boom Is Already Here Steve Fernandez and I discuss what we think is going to happen to the EV industry over the next several years.

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