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After dropping another multibillion-dollar rescue, it’s time Wall Street and the Federal Reserve address the elephant in the room. Will Netflix Bow to Baby Yoda? by Joseph Hargett
December 11, 2019 Great Stuff
All We Are Saying Ev’rybody’s talking ’bout revolution, evolution, regulation, meditations, United Nations… But all the Federal Reserve is saying is give quantitative easing (QE) a chance. Actually, the Fed isn’t saying that … directly, anyway. (Sorry for the poor lead-in, John.) Today, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell held U.S. interest rates steady and promised […]
That December 15 deadline for new Chinese tariffs wasn’t really a deadline. It was more of a guideline. It’s time to play “kick the can” on trade again! PG&E: Let Them Eat Stocks by Joseph Hargett
December 10, 2019 Great Stuff
A Hill of Beans Of all the financial newsletters in all the towns in all the world … the “people familiar with the talks” had to walk into mine. You know how those “people” said that a trade deal would happen before the deadline for new Chinese tariffs on December 15? About that … we’re […]
If you want to invest in the drone economy right now, don’t think “delivery.” Instead, think “security.” Tactical Radars: The Tech Turbo-Boosting the Drone Economy by Jeff Yastine If you want to invest in the drone economy right now, don’t think “delivery.” Instead, think “security.”
The Tesla (TSLA) Cybertruck looks like someone grafted a truck bed onto the back of a DeLorean. Elon’s Cybertruck Oops; Schwab Regroups by Joseph Hargett
November 22, 2019 Great Stuff
Friday Four Play: The “Mutual Respect and Equality” Edition One day! I miss one day, and the Great Stuff Trade War Cycle chart swings through “market sells off on trade war fears” and into “administration hints at a resolution.” It’s a conspiracy, I tell you. Granted, the markets were grinding lower for the past four […]
Google’s Plan to Take Over Your Health Care by Ian King In the past few weeks, one of the world’s biggest tech companies revealed its road map for disrupting the $3.5 trillion U.S. health care industry.


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