Gary Brode of Deep Knowledge Investing and Robb Fahrion of Flying V Group discuss the 5 Things to Know in Investing This Week:
The Silly People Saying Silly Things Issue This week, we’ll address the following topics:
-Janet Yellen says the quiet part out loud and accidentally ruins the narrative. She is the Marie Antoinette of inflation.
– Bitcoin back up after the post-ETF selloff. For some reason, my X timeline got a lot quieter.
– DKI releases report on Shockwave Medical ($SWAV). Premium subscribers started to get in at $191. Stock at $235 at the time of this writing. Still worth buying?
– Big uranium producer falls short on production and says they’ll be buying in the spot market. This sent uranium prices down. We think the market got it wrong.
– After a huge pandemic-related increase in the price of used cars, much of the price premium is now gone. Will this affect the CPI?
Ready for a new week of silly sayings? Let’s dive in:
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