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Most financial sites pretty much hang up their hats in mid-December and wander back into the office sometime early in January to pick up where they left off. At Slope, we never stop working. Not even on Christmas Day. I am therefore delighted to announce a major upgrade to our SlopeMATRIXproduct.
As you can see from this dropdown, Matrix has three different modes now. Not just that, we have made many aesthetic tweaks and feature improvements. Just take a look at the partial list of tickets we had on Christmas Day, all of which were completed and deployed. It just goes to show you paying members how hard we work for you:
Graphic illustrating what Tesla’s (TSLA) weighting would be in the S&P 500: between that of Google parent Alphabet (GOOG), (GOOGL) and Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B), (BRK.A). Image via Bloomberg Quicktake.
If there’s one chart to me that screams something is really, really wrong with the global financial system – – although I can’t quite figure out what it’s trying to tell us – – it’s Bitcoin. These thing is a relentless beast (and, interestingly, it seems to be in a world of its own, as the other cryptos aren’t really doing much of anything at all). Lifetime highs almost daily: