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Nobody wants to work for Domino's Simpsons meme Domino’s Delivery Debacle, Spirit’s Wild Frontier & Apple Goes EU
by Joseph Hargett May 2, 2022 Great Stuff
Domino’s Doesn’t Deliver Great Ones, some of y’all are probably gonna think I’m a raging liberal after today’s write-up on Domino’s Pizza (NYSE: ). What I am or am not isn’t the point. Still, I want you to remember one thing: I didn’t say it. Say it? Say what? What was said?! Tell me! We’ll […]
Is LMND the Lone Survivor of the Tech Stock Massacre? Is LMND the Lone Survivor of the Tech Stock Massacre? One zealous reader sent Chad 24 stocks to review! Almost all surged then crashed after the pandemic, including LMND... But is it a buy now?
Russia Oil Investors Mount Doom LoTR Meme OPEC’s Pep Talk, Dollar Tree’s Test & Ford’s Double Focus
by Joseph Hargett March 2, 2022 Great Stuff
Burning The Midnight Oil Great Ones, oil is weird. I’m not talking about how oil is basically decayed, decomposed lizards from millions of years ago. Or how all those lizards died in a global extinction event … or even how the overuse of those recumbent and rotted reptiles is potentially leading us toward our own […]
Sith Kermit Federal Reserve Daly Versus Bullard The Fed’s Failure To Launch, Rivian Rips & McDonald’s Dips
by Joseph Hargett February 14, 2022 Great Stuff
The Fed Goes Jekyll And Hyde Great Ones, there’s something funny about the Federal Reserve. I mean, when I talk about the Fed, I’m typically talking directly about Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell — aka J. Pow or J. Money depending on which subreddit you’re on. Everybody funny, Mr. Great Stuff. Now you funny too. […]
Options Arena: The More, the Merrier? Options Arena: The More, the Merrier? In today's Options Arena, our experts duke it out on a major movement happening right now: the push to "democratize" investing.

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