Mad Hedge Hot Tips
April 29, 2019
The Five Most Important Things That Happened Today
(and what to do about them)
1) Consumer Spending Hits A Decade High, up 0.9% in March, while inflation barely moves. So why is the stock market barely moving? Is Goldilocks about to become a senior citizen? Click here.
2) Meet John Thomas in Auckland New Zealand on June 21. To buy tickets, click here.
3) Berkshire Hathaway May Buy $100 Billion of Own Stock, says Warren Buffet, because everything else is too expensive. If the Oracle of Omaha is buying (BRK/A) at a discount, so should you. Click here.
4) Exxon Bombs, on a lackluster earnings report coming from the worst refining margins in a decade. If an oil company can’t make it on a 40% rise in the price of Texas tea, it never will. Fossil fuels are about to remain….fossils. Click here.
5) There Are 40,000 Dead Bodies in the US, listed as “John” or “Jane” Doe’s, parked in hundreds of morgues around the country. Thanks to ancestral DNA tracing, ALL of them may be identified over the next couple of years. Cold cases are becoming a thing of the past. I never thought I’d live long enough to see this. Click here.
Published today in the Mad Hedge Global Trading Dispatch and Mad Hedge Technology Letter:
(MARKET OUTLOOK FOR THE WEEK AHEAD, OR ANOTHER LEG UP FOR THE MARKET),
(SPY), (TLT), (DIS), (INTU), (FCX), (MSFT),
(QQQ), (CVX), (XOM), (OXY), (TSLA)
(A TESLA ENTRY POINT IS FINALLY OPENING UP)
(TSLA), (LYFT), (UBER)