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Barron's 3h
“No matter how stressed out we are, you never, ever, ever give up. I’m gonna go down swinging, it’s not going to be because I didn’t try,” the bar’s owener says.
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Barron's 4h
A Bernstein analyst says the U.S. population should be immunized by mid 2021, with the global population covered soon thereafter.
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Barron's 4h
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The disparity between the equity market and the real economy, which is struggling to cope with the coronavirus pandemic, remains stark. What it means for investors
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Barron's 4h
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The S&P 500 finished the week within 0.4 percentage point of its Feb. 19 record high. Is a bubble brewing?
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Barron's 4h
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Robinhood has attracted millions of new investors, but has also drawn fire over what some critics say is the way that it encourages risky trading. Here's what's next for the app
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Barron's 4h
THIS WEEK’S COVER: Robinhood is on a roll, with new signups outpacing those of its rivals in the first half of 2020. But the free trading app's path to ubiquity has stirred debate. In this week’s issue:
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Barron's 4h
Royal Dutch Shell’s pension cut investments in Apple and AT&T stock in the second quarter, and bought Starbucks stock and Alibaba ADRs.
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Barron's 5h
The pandemic and its aftershocks has created widespread economic pain, but certain pockets of the population that were vulnerable are taking a harder hit.
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Barron's 14h
The latest electronic vehicle to wow the stock market is a garbage truck from Nikola
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Barron's 14h
Walmart and Target, about to report earnings, now get to show that they have benefited from the recent strength in retail—and we’re betting Target does a better job of it.
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Barron's 15h
With the S&P 500 ending the week a fraction of a percent below its Feb. 19 high close, the disparity between the equity market and the real economy remains stark.
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Barron's 16h
Letters on election-year investing strategies, the top tax rate, demise of the 60%/40% portfolio, equities bulls, Apple price metrics, and saving the U.S. Postal Service
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Barron's 16h
Analysts report on FedEx, Lyft, Exxon Mobil, AMC Entertainment, and Aspen Technology
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Barron's 16h
Observations on inflation, the recovery, Tesla’s stock split, and interest rates.
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Barron's 16h
Apple and Tesla recently announced stock splits. Stock in both firms promptly rallied roughly 20%. After those big gains investors can expect more companies, with big stock prices, to follow suit..
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Barron's 16h
Pet adoptions have boomed through the pandemic—and so has pet spending. In this week's Barron's Streetwise podcast, talks about the state of the pet business with Kristin Peck, CEO of pet medicine company Zoetis. Listen here:
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Barron's 17h
Cloud-based companies don’t just serve other tech companies. They sell to industrials, hotels, and retailers who are struggling to stay afloat.
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Barron's 17h
Of the six largest exchange-traded funds that own U.S. stocks, four beat the S&P 500 handily and two barely trailed. Investing with your values can pay off, even if it means eschewing the market’s biggest movers.
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Barron's 17h
Facebook has joined Fortnite’s maker,Epic Games in taking issue with the fees app stores run by Apple and Google charge, the social network said as it announced a paid online event service for small businesses.
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Barron's 18h
Investors have largely shrugged off the escalating tensions between the U.S. and China. They shouldn’t. Watch for these risks and opportunities.
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