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Andrew Left's 'fundamental' reasoning behind suddenly going from hating TSLA to liking the stock is simply uninformed.
From nuclear to geothermal, there is upside potential for those willing to take a contrarian stance.
Tesla has first-mover advantage with electric cars yet again, this time apparently with a 100% -owned factory planned for Shanghai. Its competitors never learn.
South Korea has lived well off seven decades of close cooperation - and yes, collusion - between its governments and big business. It's time that changed.
The thud to THAAD, Seoul's answer to North Korea's bellicose blasts, should give these consumer and tourism stocks a boost.
With Korean stocks at an all-time high, smart buying of companies with large amounts of treasury or preferred shares provides a play on change at the chaebol.
Although it was the downgrade of China's creditworthiness as a nation that grabbed yesterday's headlines, three dozen companies are also finding it harder or more expensive to borrow.
Markets are likely to cheer the end of 7 months of political turmoil in tech- and export-driven South Korea.
Japan's car industry, a pioneer in many ways, is continuing its leadership in the introduction of autonomous vehicles and parts.
With two new initiatives this week alone, Asian governments are leading the drive for autonomous cars.
The bribery trial beginning in Seoul may mark a sea change in a country that hasn't questioned close government and business ties.
The head of the Samsung conglomerate has been identified as a suspect in a bribery case which, if proven, could bring down the country's president.
My VW Golf's engine blew up and melted down when its oil tank caught fire. My wife tells me we're never buying from the company again.