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Renewable Froth: Memories of the Dot-com Boom

Party like it's 1999... "There's nothing in this world, which will so violently distort a man's judgment more than the sight of his neighbor getting rich," JP Morgan, After the Panic of 1907 Peak Price to Sales Ratio Tech in 2000 CSCO Cisco: 31x QCOM Qualcomm: 29x MSFT Microsoft: 25x INTC Intel: 14x Renewables in 2020 PLUG Plug Power: 52x NIO Nio Inc: 30x ENPH Enphase Energy: 29x TSLA Tesla: 19x Renewable froth, memories of the dot-com boom.

Dec 29, 2020 by Luke Palmer - The Bear Traps Report
Finance News
US Printed More Money in One Month Than in Two Centuries

In a letter to investors released on July 29, Pantera Capital CEO Dan Morehead noted that the United States has printed a shocking amount of money to combat the pandemic-induced financial crisis. "The United States printed more money in June than in the first two centuries after its founding," Morehead wrote.

Aug 09, 2020 by Cointelegraph
Crypto News
The Truth About Inflation & Why You're Falling Behind

The Truth About Inflation & Why You're Falling Behind Has the cost of living gone up? Why does it feel like everything is getting more expensive? Today we look at the way inflation is calculated with the consumer price index. There has also been several changes to the way it's calculated over the years which are very misleading.

Nov 29, 2019 by Nugget's News
Politics Blogs
There Are 66,719 Empty Mansions In Vancouver (Feb 11, 2017)

Vancouver's multimillion-dollar homes are not only out of reach for most Vancouverites, they are rapidly becoming a self-contained ghost town, because nothing speaks to the Canadian city's affordability crisis more than its empty houses acquired by "hot money" laundering Chinese: as of the end of 2016, the number of Vacant or temporarily occupied houses more than doubled since 2001 to a whopping 66,719.

Jul 19, 2019 by Tyler Durden via ZeroHedge
World News



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