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On Tuesday, the market yet again printed (nauseatingly) recordhighs on many indexes, including the NASDAQ and the Dow Industrials. During troubled times like these, I find it interesting to see what stocks, in spite of the completely fabricated support being thrown at equities, are still down in the dumps. In a normal market, these companies would have already gone bankrupt (or at least been delisted).
Take, for instance, FitBit, a one-hit wonder which continues to collapse into AAPL-created irrelevance.
I’m very much in “movie mode” lately, since there’s so much interest in my screenplay. This is a fun clip, because they talk about the specifics of this clip from a moviemaker’s perspective:
We are here today to give thanks……for the life of Harold Abrahams……to honor the legend. Now there are just two of us. Young Aubrey Montague……and myself……who can close our eyes……and remember those few young men……with hope in our hearts……and wings on our heels……..