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Ford recalls engine fires Mach EV meme Ford Fights Faulty Fires, Kohl’s As Ice, GOOS On The Loose
by Joseph Hargett May 19, 2022 Great Stuff
Light My EVs In A Daze Never leave … your EVs buuuurnin’. Ford stock is broad — but it’s a-hurtin’. All I want … is for you to make electric cars that don’t spontaneously combust. Is that so hard? Wait, when did the Stones talk about electric cars? Hmm, must’ve been a B-side… If you […]
How to End a Bear Market in the Green How to End a Bear Market in the Green Mike Carr's Greed Gauge would've made you money in the dot-com crash — and he's confident it'll deliver profits in the next bear market.
Smells Like Carvana Nevermind Nirvana Album Cover Meme Carvana’s Losses In Bloom; Smells Like Spirit Airlines
by Joseph Hargett May 16, 2022 Great Stuff
Smells Like Carvana Load up on cars, bring your friends. It’s fun to lose and to pretend. Carvana’s (NYSE: ) over-bored, self-assured … oh no, I know a dirty word. Hello, hello, hello, how low? How low will Carvana go? Nobody knows. With the job cuts, it’s less dangerous. Investors are here now, entertain us! […]
More big moves in may in the markets More Big Moves This May? Your 5-Minute Weekly Update on the World’s Biggest Trends and Opportunities
Anatomy of a flash crash Anatomy of a Flash Crash Twelve years earlier, in this same week, the first infamous Flash Crash struck the New York Stock Exchange and drove stocks down 1,000 points in just 10 minutes. But how do they work? With waterfall declines and split-second crashes becoming more and more common, I’m here t show you how to stay one step ahead of the machines...

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