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Slope of Hope Blog Posts
Slope initially began as a blog, so this is where most of the website’s content resides. Here we have tens of thousands of posts dating back over a decade. These are listed in reverse chronological order. Click on any category icon below to see posts tagged with that particular subject, or click on a word in the category cloud on the right side of the screen for more specific choices.
After Elon’s idiotic foray into 420-land (first citing that as the price at which TSLA would be purchased, and then his feckless toke-fest with simple-minded Joe Rogan), the stock had a powerful countertrend rally.
Since everyone in the country is watching Dr. Ford, I’ve put together a just-for-fun post. I also want to encourage you to check out Slope this afternoon, because I have created Yet Another Awesome Feature in SlopeCharts that you should know about.
As a little kid, one of my simple pleasures was Highlights magazine. Most of you probably remember this, since it was a staple at most pediatric and dental offices. The part I liked the most, of course, was Goofus and Gallant. I was a really good kid, but I guess I had a prurient curiosity about what a nasty kid like Goofus would be up to. Whether he is demanding to be fed….….
Someone brought to my attention that none other than Jim Cramer – – who, inexplicably, is considered some kind of stock market god – – strongly suggested everyone buy Sears back in 2007, calling it “the next Berkshire Hathaway”. It looks like he made this urgent “buy” suggestion at pretty much the millisecond the stock peaked. It is down over 99% now. I wonder if they ever mention this on CNBC?
On University Avenue, in downtown Palo Alto, a store opened up about a year ago called David’s Tea. As much as I like tea (particularly a chai latte), I’ve never walked into the place. It looks like a makeup store to me.
In any case, I had no idea they were public, but apparently they are with the ticker DTEA. Here is their chart’s recent history. As you can see, something rather unusual happened recently.