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With Tesla's out-of-this-world valuation, recent IPO pops, advances by Apple, and potential 'old auto' dark horses, are we watching a bubble ... or something else?
Plus, the headline numbers don't come close to telling the story of Thursday's action in the equity markets, which had a case of bad breadth.
Prices for everything are rising and it's a vicious, vicious circle. Here's where to invest now.
GM is an underappreciated and undervalued investment opportunity.
Stockholders must consider multiple angles in approaching a protracted period of chip shortages.
There's some messy action Wednesday as many of the names I follow are trying to digest earnings reports.
Risks are likely to get tossed aside when the shares begin trading, yet those risks become more weighty when buying in at a nosebleed valuation..
Plus, we continue to wait with bated breath to see where Congress goes with President Biden's two big spending initiatives.
It boggles my mind that Musk wouldn't politely rebuff Hertz's Mark Fields and say, "No thanks, but our retail customers love our product..."
I've been on the Ford bandwagon since the shares were trading in the $7's in 2020.
The Indices are being held up by a handful of stocks, e.g., , , and . The rest of the market appears to be breaking down: * Banks weakening in the face of lower interest rates. * Leisure and telecom awful. * Industrials are spitting the bit. Examp...
We answer questions on UPS, Lockheed Martin and Nvidia.
* The markets are now FIGHTING THE FED as tapering will begin shortly * At the core of our bearish market view is the notion that inflation and supply chain disruptions will be sustained for a lengthy period of time * Market optimism abounds even th...
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The article covers 6 stocks involved in auto manufacturing and sales.
I have had some real success playing volatile names ahead of news events from the short-side, but this is not something I would recommend for newer traders.
*When it seems everyone else is! General Motors has declared that its move into electric vehicles will serve to double revenues by 2030. On the face of it that's a very powerful statement. Moreover, I appreciate the EV transformation and the relat...
Anything I do in TSLA this month is going to be in the options markets.
Having a debt ceiling is foolish, it only ever matters to the party currently out of power and never really does what it was intended to... curb federal spending.
Next Wednesday (Oct. 6), General Motors will hold a several hour investor event at which the company is likely to share more on its EV and investment plans as well as how it plans to navigate the ongoing chip shortage.
For trading purposes, I often look to purchase stocks that are green in a sea of red. Some examples today include Newmont Corporation !, Alibaba , Ford and General Motors .
Nancy Pelosi and Mitch McConnell have plenty more up their sleeves. The appearance of having gained the upper hand is more important to them than your P/L ratio.
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While the big guns meet at the White House about the global chip shortage, the president and these companies are approaching this all wrong.
Uber and Lyft have no cars. General Motors has no chips. Airbnb has no real estate. Evergrande has no money. Robinhood has no shareholders equity. Bitcoin has no intrinsic value. Tesla has no auto-based profits. Zoom and Peloton have no physical pla...
Let's take a look at the war of words on China investment between these two billionaires.