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  • AAPL is a Value Creating Machine

    Past performance is not an indicator of future results It's been almost 2 weeks since Apple (AAPL) released its Q4 earnings (we note that AAPL's financial year-end is 29 September). The market was disappointed with the revenue number, which fell short of consensus. CEO Tim Cook attributed this to larger-than-expected supply constraints. Since then, the stock has traded sideways (blue rectangle). However, AAPL is fundamentally a very strong company. Its…

  • TSLA Gaps Lower After Musk’s Twitter Poll

    TSLA gapped over 5% lower today after Elon Musk's Twiter poll suggested a sale of 10% of his personal stock. In the poll Musk wrote, "Much is made lately of unrealized gains being a means of tax avoidance, so I propose selling 10% of my Tesla stock. Do you support this?" Of respondents, 57.9% answered in the affirmative. Past performance is not an indicator of future results The left chart…

  • Top 5 US Stocks For Q4

    The US Stock markets have started the last quarter of the year on the offensive, after September's poor performance, closing in on their record highs. The latest earnings season is also underway, with results so far being encouraging. The current fourth quarter is an interesting one for many US companies as it includes the holiday season, during which consumers tend to spend more and change their day-to-day habits. Below we…

  • Top 5 UK Stocks For Q4

    The UK stock markets is one of the most closely watched in the world and has attracted a high number of Initial Public Offerings this year. It includes some of the world's most exciting companies, ranging from the new gig economy to the traditional banking and oil sectors. Below we take a look at some of the stocks that caught our attention recently and are keeping in our watchlist throughout…

  • NFT Mania

    NFT mania is here. What do you need to know? Digital art has always been something pretty cool but has reached a new level recently with NFT mania. It seems like all of a sudden you can become a millionaire artist in a couple of hours and have your new masterpieces trading online in just a few clicks, but what actually are NFTs and is just a passing craze? What…


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