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The Nasdaq just hit an all-time high. Why not the Dow or the S&P 500? Why isn’t Wall Street’s old guard leading this Fed-fueled rally? The Future Is Now: Nasdaq Necks New Highs
by Joseph Hargett June 4, 2020 Great Stuff
Why the Nasdaq? Something astounding happened today, dear reader. The Nasdaq Composite just broke out to fresh all-time highs. You’re probably questioning why any part of the market is hitting all-time highs when weekly jobless claims and total unemployment figures still come in worse than expected. Or, for that matter, why stocks are rallying at […]
Holy cats! It was a busy Friday: consumer spending, blocked Huawei, Chinese threats, virus testing, bouncing banks? That’s quite a smorgasbord of market-moving data. Retail Weeps, China Creeps, Bankers Beat and Testing Sleeps
by Joseph Hargett May 15, 2020 Great Stuff
Friday Four Play: You Down With PPT? Holy cats! It was one busy Friday. I mean, we had a literal smorgasbord of market-moving data … all in one day: Consumer spending set another record in April, plunging 16.4%. President Trump blocked semiconductor shipments to Huawei. China threatened to activate its “unreliable entity list.” Trump questioned […]
Trump requested $237 million for quantum computing. Now that’s a horse (and a tech mega trend) of a different color. Quantum Investing; Beyond Retail; Wayfail; Shwedy Security
by Joseph Hargett April 27, 2020 Great Stuff
A Quantum Leap Today, dear readers, we take off our quarantine masks and put on our thinking caps. Well … figuratively speaking, at least. Keep those masks on for now, please. Why our thinking caps? Because President Trump’s 2021 budget requests $237 million in funding for quantum computing. Roughly $25 million of that budget request […]
v-bottom before America's grand reopening V-Bottom: 3 Trades for America 2.0’s Grand Opening Tesla, bitcoin and one cyclical industry are ready to rocket … America 2.0 is opening its doors and we’re ready to soar higher this April from the v-bottom.
The Fed’s emergency rate cut sent a message to Wall Street, but it’s not the message of hope that Fed Chair Jerome Powell thinks he sent. Powell Panics; AMD’s Frantic; Tesla Analysts Are Manic
by Joseph Hargett March 3, 2020 Great Stuff
Powell’s Panic at the Disco I originally wrote a nice Shakespearean Hamlet dissertation on “to buy, or not to buy?” in the current market environment. It was peppered with references, such as “suffering the slings and arrows of an uncertain market” and “taking up arms to go bargain-hunting in a sea of troubles.” It was […]

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