Tag: Fidelity

Technology Leaders Will Gain Share

Technology Leaders Will Gain Share

Past recessions have taught us that leading Technology companies typically gain marketshare during down economies. I would expect this economic down period to be no different. Good news for Amazon (AMZN), Microsoft (MSFT), and others. Amazon (AMZN) and Microsoft (MSFT): Amazon's AWS unit and Microsoft's Azure unit will be mixed bags: Usage: Usage - and … Continue reading Technology Leaders Will Gain Share

The Free Trading Business Is Getting Crowded. Webull and Square Have an Edge.<span class="badge-status" style="background:red">Premium</span> 

The Free Trading Business Is Getting Crowded. Webull and Square Have an Edge.Premium 

Webull - the China-based fintech firm - is the latest entry in the commission-free trading space along with Robinhood, Square and Fidelity to name several. These zero commission stock trading apps have enabled the equity bubble in part. A key element of these platforms is fractional share trading which enables retail equity traders to buy … Continue reading The Free Trading Business Is Getting Crowded. Webull and Square Have an Edge.Premium 

The Electric Vehicle Bubble

The Electric Vehicle Bubble

The Electric Vehicle ("EV") valuation bubble is one of many asset bubbles enabled by dovish fiscal and monetary policy and pursued by speculators (both retail traders AND large asset managers such as Fidelity). The EV bubble seems to be largely driven by the presence of a large total addressable market ("TAM") regardless of whether it … Continue reading The Electric Vehicle Bubble

TINA, ZIRP, The Future & The Retail Investor

TINA, ZIRP, The Future & The Retail Investor

Investors have lost their minds when it comes to high-flying stocks such as Tesla (TSLA, up 830% over 13 months), Shopify (SHOP, up 210% over 4 months), DataDog (DDOG, up 220% since the March lows), and many other names where valuations are based on anything but the fundamentals. Why? There Is No Alternative (TINA): The … Continue reading TINA, ZIRP, The Future & The Retail Investor