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Forget the Senate impeachment trial — Wall Street watches as China goes viral. China Goes Viral; Tesla Hits the Accelerator; Roku Waxes Brazil
by Joseph Hargett January 21, 2020 Great Stuff
Down With the Sickness I hope you have some snacks and a comfy chair ready … the Senate impeachment trials begin today! We all know that this trial will be a great big nothing-burger, and Wall Street is treating it thusly. I mean, 20 Republicans would have to vote against their party for anything to […]
3D printing and precision medicine 3D Printing + Precision Medicine = Massive 2020 Profits Precision medicine just took a massive leap forward. This mega medical trend in personalized health care offers investors huge profit potential.
OPEC Is Now Obsolete: Oil Crisis Update You might be surprised to learn how much oil the U.S. imports — and where most of the oil comes from. (Hint: It’s not OPEC.) Matt Badiali reveals the sector you need to be in to profit when oil prices rise this year. (2-minute read)
December’s jobs data was uninspiring. Luckily, Boeing had some spare clowns and monkeys to liven up Wall Street ahead of the weekend. Soft Serve Jobs Data; Boeing Sends in the Clowns
by Joseph Hargett January 10, 2020 Great Stuff
Friday Four Play: The “Send in the Clowns” Edition (Did a friend forward you this email? If so, you owe them big-time! Seriously, this is Great Stuff. We don’t take that title lightly. After you’ve thanked your friend profusely, why not sign up for yourself today? It’s mostly painless. I promise.) Well, that was unsatisfying. […]
“Less than feared.” It reminds me of “less than expected,” as if the Iranian missile strikes on U.S. military bases in Iraq are in some way similar to corporate earnings reports. Meatless Macs Meet Missile Attacks
by Joseph Hargett January 8, 2020 Great Stuff
Iran…Less Than Feared The funny thing about stock market sentiment? It applies to literally everything. For example, today I find myself discussing the bullish and bearish implications of last night’s Iranian missile attack. According to the financial media, Iran’s retaliation for the U.S. killing Qassem Soleimani, a top Iranian military official, was deemed “less than […]

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