Stocks related to the “gig” economy or working-from-home in general are continuing to thrive
For the first time since the mid-term elections of 1920, Tesla has managed to have a down day.
Welcome to Week Two of the new year, and we’re off to a non-boring start.
It was amusing to see how many people – – serious-minded, widely-read people – – were falling all over themselves to see how high a projection they could make for Bitcoin.
Just as I shared my twelve short positions in two prior posts this weekend, I’d like to share my fourteen long positions. Well – – long puts.
FJust as I shared my twelve short positions in two prior posts this weekend, I’d like to share my fourteen long positions.
FEEDElon Musk, whom I first met one-on-one way back in the late 1990s, is the richest man in the world. How rich? Two hundred thousand million dollars. Sounds like a four year old talking, doesn’t it? But that’s seriously the amount. Two hu…
Wow. Gold sucks!
The first jobs report of the year came out, and as the trend clearly shows,
Some young stocks which have the same kind of impressive chart pattern TSLA did 8 years ago.