Some jaw-dropping stuff has transpired in recent weeks…..don’t confuse the vertical lines with an axis marker. That’s the actual data.(more…)
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So in addition to Steve’s calculation of the moonshot in new (funny) munny, which if we’re being honest is the only trick in the Fed’s bag, here are some other pictures from the financial and economic system of what we are told is the “richest country in the world” (if you don’t count debt and the leveraging thereof).(more…)
Humans don’t really learn, do they?
Back on April 17th, Gilead (GILD) went absolutely ape-shit because of something-or-another to do with Covid (a test, a cure, God knows what), and considering the public reaction, you’d think they had solved every disease known to mankind. The POTUS had the CEO of GILD in his office, yammering on about good news this, and good news that.
It all turned out to be a total nothing-burger.(more…)
If your childhood was anything like mine, you probably played the board game Monopoly on at least a few occasions. It was a favorite of mine, and even though the game was created almost a century ago, it’s still enjoyable to this day. But for this mental exercise, take yourself back to a time when you were playing it with friends.(more…)
I’ll level with ya. I’m bored to freaking tears with this market. Just absolutely stone cold bored. So I’m focused on product development.
But, the show must go on, so here are some important retail charts whose earnings came out pre-market……….Home Depot, as always, just keeps climbing to infinity, as it has done for decades:(more…)
Not much happened overnight, but I did want to point out in broad strokes the distinction in just how much different segments of the stock market have recovered over the past two months, for it was almost exactly two months ago that the selling stopped.
The strongest, by far, is the NASDAQ, which is relatively close to the highest levels in human history. One slightly interesting “achievement” overnight was that it finally sealed up its price gap when all the selling began (marked with an arrow). So the last major price gap is finally filled.(more…)