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Lithium’s Lift-Off; Or, Tesla Tests Its Cyber-Luck
January 27, 2022 Great StuffLithium Slips Into Ludicrous Speed You say you want an energy revolution, yeah? Well, we all want to charge the world. You say it’s just EV-lution, yeah? Well, you know … electric vehicle (EV) sales have pushed global lithium prices into the stratosphere this past year. Sir, the Beatles did not sing that… No, and […]
Nvidia’s Call To ARM; IBM’s Mic Drop & Google’s Privacy Pop
January 25, 2022 Great StuffNvidia Throws Hands Over ARM Holdings Somebody once told me Nvidia’s (Nasdaq: ) gonna roll me. He ain’t the sharpest tool in the shed. They were looking kinda dumb, said the ARM deal wouldn’t come and that Nvidia soon would be dead. Well, the hits start coming and they don’t stop coming. The Fed makes […]
These 5 Cryptos Will Replace BitcoinBitcoin might not be the best place to invest in the crypto market over the next decade.
Prepare for the Reversal of the Perpetual Motion Machine“Active managers” are hedge and mutual funds that constantly trade in and out of stocks to outperform the market. The opposite of active management is (you guessed it!) passive management, also known as indexing. An index fund holds stocks from a specific segment of the market, or index. Each stock is held in exact proportion to its weight in that index. The most common form of indexing is exchange-traded funds (ETFs). If you want to invest in the S&P 500, for example, you buy the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSE: SPY). As the index performs, so the fund performs. If active managers are supposed to be so good, why do they keep underperforming the market and passive index funds? And what could change that? The answer will surprise you…