Remember the halcyon days where the biggest global concern was the warming planet? It seems like a long time ago, but it was maybe a month ago. It’s true that the decreased boat traffic through the waterways of Venice have let some of the sediment settle, leaving the canals looking clean. The lack of intercontinental cruise-ship travel has slowed the spread of invasive species. Yet, despite claims that the earth is starting to slowly encroach on human dominion once again, the climate isn’t really improving. We still have all the same problems—it’s just that the news media (guilty!) has a brand new shiny story to direct our attention so we can direct your attention.
When the savings and loan crisis in the US hit in 1989, a lot of slow-moving investors lost their dough thinking the worst couldn’t possible happen. When the dotcom bubble burst in 2001, a lot of folks got torn up as stocks that had previously been 100-baggers went to zero. When the real estate market burned to the ground amid the financial crisis of 2008, a lot of folks got pulled under, imagining the worst that could happen couldn’t really happen. When the Canadian weed market started imploding in early 2019, true believers told themselves for months, “It’s bound to come back soon,” even as companies lost 95% of their value
In the worst week for the US stock market since the financial crisis, the S&P500 fell more than 7.5%, and a full-blown price war rattled the markets over the weekend. Crude fell by over 20% and treasuries plummeted.
There are two ways to trigger a nuclear reaction: Fission and Fusion. If you’re already aware of the distinction between the two—if you don’t need a science lesson…
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Digital Realty (DLR.NYSE) gets sustainability award, protects the environment, and brings in the cash
Digital Realty (DLR.NYSE), a provider of data center and colocation solutions, has been awarded the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts “Leader in the Light” award for data center sustainability for the third consecutive year.
Equity.Guru podcast – A Closer Look: Azincourt Energy (AAZ.V) turning Athabasca uranium project into gold
Uranium is volatile both atomically and as a commodity. Currently pricing has hit a low, but its not bottomed out and external pressures from a declining supply and increasing demand, could see this nuclear fuel spike on the boards within the next year. This bodes well for Athabasca uranium.