if this really is a bubble (we disagree), it’s actually a fairly lackluster “bubble” compared to bull markets of the past.
For the fourth book in my Seven Books plan this summer, I scheduled a novel
The Wall Street Journal today: Wall Street brokerages are pushing customers to take out billions of dollars in loans backed by stocks and bonds, a trend that yields lucrative fees for the firms but poses risks for borrowers. Josh here – It’s a new world. Investors have discovered that costs matter a great deal…
I think now is no more a time to be cautious than at any other time.
The two most important reads of the day
Earnings movers in the blitz from CNBC.
I’ve been thinking about lithium a lot lately. You can’t make an electric car without it. Lithium is the lightest metal on the periodic table. In fact, it’s the lightest solid element period and the lightest element than can conduct electricity. I’m insanely bullish about electric cars and trucks. But I’m not terribly interested in buying…
The players are on the field, their names on their jerseys, doing the best they can to succeed.
So what do you do?