The “popular press” tells us it’s time to buy stocks… But is it really? We highlighted Apple as an example in last week’s Insider Weekly. By all respects, Apple is a great company. Lately it looks like the dish served is apple crumble. Bottom fishing investors are screaming it’s a buy.
Looking at the carnage in “growth” stocks, it feels like it was eons back when our friend Kuppy warned just a few weeks ago (on 25 April to be exact) about the undertow building up in the tech market: The tech sector has an undertow to it. It started slowly in 2021,
The EU formally adopted the fifth round of sanctions against Russia last week. In essence, it targets Russia’s coal sector. European companies will no longer be able to enter into new agreements to purchase coal from Russia, and any existing contracts will have to be terminated during early August. So
As far as I can tell the Emirates are doing everything in their power to open this place up and make it more attractive. Two examples of many: Dubai Land Department makes all real estate data publicly available as it strengthens transparency – Arabian Business UAE Cabinet approves Executive Regulations
No, really. Especially about crappy things like this. But here we are and the pointy shoes in Berlin have a solution to their self-inflicted energy catastrophe. You wanna know what it is? Nationalize their energy assets. I know, I know… it’s what Venezuala did and it’s been tried and tested
Human beings — regardless of race, religion or culture — like to embrace any belief that is absolute. This is because absolute beliefs are simple, easy to comprehend, and false positives that offer us a false sense of security. If we come to believe that a particular idea, place, or
“It’s a b**ch.” That’s how Netflix CEO Reed Hastings reportedly commented on the turn of faith for one of the growth darlings. We imagine Bill Ackman had similar things to say. Thankfully, he quickly came to his senses and walked away — $400 million lighter, but he did manage to walk away.
The reason to consider Turkey is because, as we move into a time of increased uncertainty, and with the power vacuum left by the United States, I believe Turkey will once again become a key player. Not many Westerners seem to consider Turkey, which I find odd given its geographical