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by visualcapitalist The World’s Largest Economy The U.S. is the world’s largest economy by nominal GDP, and its influence on the global economy is quite remarkable. As of 2019, the U.S. made up almost a quarter of the global economy. But how has America’s share of the economic pie changed over time? The U.S. Share of
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Amongst Wall Street’s big hitters, Tesla (TSLA) is a guaranteed headline grabber. Avid Street watchers will be keen to find out how the EV pioneer fared in Q1 when the company reports earnings today after the bell. Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives is expecting “good news with upside likely across the board.” The robust 1Q delivery
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Shares of Shattuck Labs, Inc. (STTK) have declined sharply so far this year, with losses hovering around 43%. However, STTK might present an unmissable opportunity, as some factors indicate it could climb again. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Shattuck is a clinical-stage biotech that develops therapeutics for the treatment of patients suffering from cancer and autoimmune
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by Michael Snyder The Biden administration and the corporate media insist that we are witnessing an “economic recovery”, but it sure doesn’t feel like any sort of a “recovery” for America’s working poor.  Tens of millions of working Americans are trying to survive from month to month on stagnant or declining wages at a time
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by Jim Quinn “Fools, as it has long been said, are indeed separated, soon or eventually, from their money. So, alas, are those who, responding to a general mood of optimism, are captured by a sense of their own financial acumen. Thus it has been for centuries; thus in the long future it will also
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By Matthew Piepenburg Below, we consider two well-known names in modern markets, former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan, and current value investing legend, Jeremy Grantham, co-founder of GMO Investment Strategies. Years ago, I sat down with Jeremy Grantham in an office overlooking Boston Harbor to not only consider an investment in his fund, but to absorb the
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Earnings season is picking up steam and on Tuesday, after the bell, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) will announce its quarterly results. Going by recent positive pre-announcements from peers, Intel and Nvidia – both expect to post higher revenue than prior guidance – Deutsche Bank’s Ross Seymore anticipates “another characteristic beat/raise.” “Overall,” the 5-star analyst said,
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From Birch Gold Group Could we possibly see official inflation top 10% over the coming months? Robert Wenzel seems to think so. (The official rate of inflation has already jumped from 1.7% to 2.6% just recently). A quick look at ShadowStats reveals a rather dark state of affairs with “real” inflation (based on the pre-1990 official methodology) already topping 6% and rising fast. According
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by confoundedinterest17 The way that The Federal government measures inflation shows that there is little impact from the dramatic increase in M2 money supply. US Personal Consumption Expenditure Core Price Index YoY is only at 1.41%. Yet a number of commodities and housing have increased along with the massive expansion of Federal Reserve M2 money stock.
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The semiconductor industry is known for its cyclical nature and has been through one of its boom phases. However, Susquehanna’s Christopher Rolland says the cycle is reaching a peak. “Industry lead-times and valuation multiples have expanded to levels well beyond their historical averages,” says Roland. With the segment due a pullback, Rolland thinks it’s time
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Bionano Genomics revealed the publication of a new Saphyr-based method, which is designed for studying DNA replication in human genomes. Shares of the genome analysis company jumped 3.5% in Friday’s pre-market session. Bionano Genomics’ (BNGO) new study is likely to lead to a new level of cancer research and drug discovery with reduced side effects,
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Take a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket: Kimberly-Clark (KMB) – The consumer products company’s stock dropped 6.4% in premarket action after it reported weaker-than-expected profit and sales for its latest quarter and gave a full-year forecast that came in below Wall Street consensus. Kimberly-Clark said it faced a number of
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BY JOHN RUBINO  On today’s Wall Street Journal home page, two articles appear side-by-side. One is about how a heretofore obscure, nearly-valueless cryptocurrency called dogecoin, originally created as a joke, has soared to the point of being consequential for large sections of the investing public. And it’s not unique: Dogecoin isn’t alone. It is clearly part
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