Month: February 2022

The central processing plant for oil and gas in Salym, Russia, Feb. 4, 2014. Salym Petroleum Development is a venture between Shell and Gazprom Neft. Andrey Rudakov | Bloomberg | Getty Images Shell said Monday it is ending an “equity partnership” with Gazprom, a Russian state-owned energy company, as the Russia-Ukraine conflict continues. Shell said
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Traders on the floor of the NYSE, Feb. 25, 2022. Source: NYSE The NYSE and Nasdaq have announced today that they are halting trading in several Russia-based stocks that list on their respective exchanges. Much more interesting is the fact that the Russian stock market in Moscow is closed, but U.S.-based Russian exchange-traded funds are
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Headquartered in Burlington, Mass., Desktop Metal (NYSE:DM) is an additive manufacturing company that’s mainly known for its 3D printing business. The terms “additive manufacturing” and “3D printing” might entice technology investors to consider a long position in DM stock, but be careful. Source: Pixel B / Shutterstock.com It’s entirely possible to believe in a business niche,
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We have a very special guest for you and that is Mr. Kyle Bass, the founder and principle of Hayman Capital Management. Hayman’s first major success came from effectively shorting the housing market in 2008 and Kyle was profiled in Michael Lewis’ book The Big Short. More recently, Kyle has been heavily focused on China
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We’re just over a year removed from the shocking short squeeze that upended Wall Street. In late January 2021, GameStop (NYSE:GME) stock surged from around $50 to nearly $500 in the span of a few days, opening investors’ minds to a whole new type of trade. If enough people started to buy a company’s stock
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What more can we say about energy stocks at this point? Despite the carnage in growth stocks, the volatility in cryptocurrencies and the weakness in the broader stock market, the energy sector continues to perform incredibly well. Over the past month, there’s hardly one sector in positive territory; Aside from energy stocks, obviously. In fact, the
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In July of last year, Mad Money‘s Jim Cramer tried to warn prospective investors about Chinese ride-hailing giant DiDi Global (NYSE:DIDI). Referring to Chinese initial public offerings (IPOs) in general and DIDI stock in particular, Cramer cautioned, “you should steer clear of them at all cost.” Source: DANIEL CONSTANTE / Shutterstock.com In a similar vein, DoubleLine founder
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Several years ago, when the Cloud was hot, Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) stock was at the heart of an acronym called FANG. Source: Koshiro K / Shutterstock.com Facebook. Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL). Netflix. Google. Later Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) made it FAANG. Now Facebook is Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:FB), Google is Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL), so MAAAN? Not only is the acronym ridiculous, but
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