Market Mad House

In individuals, insanity is rare; but in groups, parties, nations and epochs, it is the rule. Friedrich Nietzsche


Historical Insanity

Media lies about Johnson & Johnson vaccine show why Americans distrust authority

The sorry truth the media covers up is that the Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) vaccine is a dangerous, inferior product in comparison with Moderna & Pfizer’s offerings.

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Market Insanity

Yes, the Stock Market is Bubbling

Individual stocks are far more frightening than the S&P. For example, Mr. Market paid $199.45 for Union Pacific (NYSE: UNP) shares on 28 September 2020.

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The Looming Constitutional Crisis we are Not Talking About

We could face that Constitutional Crisis soon, because both Trump’s Electoral College majority and the Democrat’s popular vote majority could grow next year.

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Can a Shrinking Macy’s survive the Age of Amazon?

To explain, Walmart (NYSE: WMT) is now competing directly with Macy’s by offering concierge shipping services for urban customers. Specifically, Walmart’s Store No. 8 incubator operates a concierge they call Jetblack in New York City, Bloomberg reports.

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Basic Income Advocate Andrew Yang is a Contender for the Democratic Presidential Nomination

In addition, Yang dares mention the words income inequality; and raises the spectre of technological unemployment, on the campaign trail. Consequently, Americans under 40; who live with those realities, pay attention to Yang.

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First Freight Brand for Hyperloop is here

Cargo movement around many ports is slow, awkward, expensive, cumbersome, and incredibly inefficient. This limits economic development and does incredible damage to the environment; and public health because vast amounts of diesel fuel must be burned to move all that cargo.

Hyperloop can fix that because it is faster, cheaper, and cleaner. The Hyperloop is electrically-powered so no diesel fuel is needed. That eliminates pollution or at least moves it to other locations. It can operate at speeds of several hundred miles an hour which can speed up cargo movement.

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The Death Spiral

The End of Department Stores at Macy’s

We might be witnessing the end of traditional department stores at Macys’ (NYSE: M). Service and employees are being cut in stores as the iconic retailer implements a no-frill shopping model more akin to Walmart than a traditional department store.

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Good Stocks

Daimler the German Auto Value

I have been real impressed with auto stocks for some time because of all the cash those companies generate. That

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