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Tesla vs GM the Wood chuck edition again meme small Tesla Thrills, Merck Pops Pills, Amplify Spills & The McRib Gives Chills
by Joseph Hargett October 4, 2021 Great Stuff
Tesla Vs. GM: It’s Not What You Think How much wood would Cathie Wood chuck if Cathie Wood could chuck wood? Personally, I’d much prefer Wood chucking wood rather than the shade she tried to throw at General Motors (NYSE: ) on Friday. Last week, a slew of automakers reported their quarterly deliveries. All the […]
Falling jobless claims just aren’t exciting enough for Wall Street. This is 2020, after all — investors need more exciting fare. Surprising Claims; Apple’s Bushel; Vroom Vroom Vr—Oof
by Joseph Hargett August 13, 2020 Great Stuff
Sigh-Worthy Jobless Claims Welcome to Great Stuff’s Reader Feedback day! I have to say, your continued outpouring of emails brings a tear to my eye. In the immortal (and misquoted) words of Sally Field, “You like me! You really like me!” OK, so not all of you… But, just like Howard Stern on an eight-ball […]
The Last Chance for Gold The Last Chance for Gold
by Jeff Yastine December 13, 2016 Gold
If you were waiting on the sidelines after this year’s monster rally, this may be your last chance to buy gold and gold mining stocks at these prices…
Invest in value companies Wage Growth Remains an Issue for Millennials
by Jeff Yastine April 5, 2016 U.S. Economy
As millennials look to turn the tide of wage growth, weekly initial jobless claims data point to trouble for the U.S. economy. Can the next generation provide investment opportunities?

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