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#PeregrineNewsYouCanUse Mon, 26 Apr 21

Articles on:

1) Florida Senate overturns Key West voters who don't want big cruise ships in their port.
2) Notable earnings dates from last week
3) Copper hits highest prices in 7 years
4) $FVRR chart portends a breakout
5) $NET (Cloudflare) opens new office in Canada; co-founder of $NET is Canadian, we learn.
6) USA sending raw materials to India for vaccines
7) $AMZN spends to reduce MSK in its workers, short for musculoskeletal disorder
8) A fun read on portfolio management brought upon by the death of a loved in the writer's orbit and who was a cat lover. "Never Grab A Strange Cat."
9) Another article about restaurants not open an entire day as there is a shortage of workers. WSJ title, "Restaurants Serve Up Signing Bonuses, Higher Pay to Win Back Workers"
10)A well known Columbus restaurant has raised wages and given out hiring bonuses and still can't find workers.
11)Sawmills are inundated with orders they cannot fill. Truck shipments are delayed. Distributors are running short of product.
12) Fun article, "The craziest market I've ever seen."
13) Raised Rates in Florida Insurance for real estate is pricing people out of their homes.
14) Bernie Madoff didn't fool everyone

#PerigrineNewYouCanUse for Tue, 27 Apr 21

Articles on:

1) 4 stock symbols suggesting we are in a bubble: $PLBY $TKAT $KOSS $IDEX
2) NYT article on shortages of supplies, labor and commodities
3) Limited supplies of new and used cars send auto prices up 8.4%
4) $LEVI on sustainable clothing
5) $KNMT is an Israeli company into 3D printing onto textiles and clothing, which delivers ontime orders for specific designs. No more storing or guessing what is hot.
6) More details on the sick cops who violently arrested the 73 year old woman with dementia
7) Another story on labor shortages and higher wages needed to attract workers
8) Barry Ritholtz on the massive shift in the labor market
9) Welcome to the YOLO economy
10) Yahoo story on the loss of shipping containers into the sea being so high these days
11)$UPS reported earnings and they were up in the after-market
12)$LYFT sells its self-driving division to $TM
13)$TM "Hino Motors, a subsidiary of Toyota Motor, is teaming up with an Israeli electric vehicle start-up to develop electric trucks, buses and commercial vehicles."

#PeregrineNewsYouCanUse Wed, 28 Apr 21

Articles on:

1) $DASH monkeys with a 3-tiered commission model as restaurants re-open and push back against their pricing; I believe this entire sector, food delivery, is one of the best short thesis' out there:
2) $GRUB $DASH $UBER $CMG Going back to Feb. for an article referenced in $DASH news piece above. Mentions one startup where the company gets $1.00 for restaurant order hooking you up with a local driver who then works for tips.
3) $SBUX "This quarter, customers bought larger and more expensive coffees and added food to their orders, sending the average ticket up 21%. Traffic, however, is still down by 10%."
4) Walter Bloomberg at Price Target adjustments, loads of price targets adjusted downward on $PINS
5) $TSLA Germany suspends construction at the new Tesla plant near Berlin because Tesla never got the okay for sewer lines they were running underground
6) $NIO expands into Norway; $TSLA is currently number 8 in the country before the announcment by $NIO
7) $PFE Pfizer developing a new pill for taking at home to fight COVID
8) The sick sociopathy displayed by NRA head Wayne LaPierre and his wife seen on video as they kill two elephants in a game preserve. Wayne's gun porn manhood is a front, not real.
9)$MSFT story explains the earnings
10) $ETHUSD Ethereum used by a European bank to sell government bonds

#PeregrineNewsYouCanUse Thu, 29 APR 21

Articles on:

1. $VZ looking to unload its media properties
2. $AAPL looking for lowered revenue expectations of revenue due to chip shortage; still the chart held on stellar earnings.
3) Goldman looking for a rise in oil prices to $80 per barrel
4) How $AAPL $F $HMC $BMWYY are all being affected by the chip shortage.
5) $F CEO admits this quarter is going to be tough on the bottom line with the current chip shortage.
6) Analyst who believes $COIN will hit $600 and be a "proxy" for owning crypto
7) $TSLA admits in their quarterly (in fine print) that the may never get to FSD at all. First time ever for this admission in any quarterly.
8) $MRNA boosting COVID 19 production
9) What Robinhood begat in the online brokerage biz
10) NYT article on "metamaterials" which work off photons, not electrons. (Fascinating stuff.)

#PeregrineNewsYouCanUse Fri, 30 APR 21

Articles on:

1) $AAPL $INTC $ORCL On Wednesday, Apple announced that its revenue in the June quarter could take a $3 billion to $4 billion hit as a result of the semiconductor crisis.
2) $DPZ Dominoes sees a new, permanent shift from people ordering pizzas by phone and now shifting their orders to purchasing online.
3) $AMZN topped 200 million Prime subscribers last quarter vs. 150 million at the start of 2020. Streaming hours are up 70% yoy.
4) $LUMBER up 250% since last time this year. Skyrocketing lumber prices add $36K to new homes.
5) $PALLADIUM hits $3,000 for the first time ever
6) $BC Bruswick kills it on earnings and revenue growth.
7) Some of the most recognizable faces on memes are now making a killing off NFTs.
8) Price target drops for the day in these names: $CTXS $TWTR $GILD $PTON $TDOC $TWTR $TMO
9) US Labor Dept. rumblings hurt shares in $LYFT $UBER $GRUB and $DASH
10) $ETHUSD #Ethereum @Ethereum hit an all-time high on Friday
11) Many Republican voters agree with Biden: trickle down economics have not worked.
12) $PRG is called a growth stock when compared to other insurers: $ALL $CB $TRV
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