— Christophe Barraud🛢 (@C_Barraud) January 13, 2021
More than 1 trillion served.
Even before another spike in recent weeks, there were more than 1 trillion shares traded in penny stocks in December .
That's trillion with a "t.". A 1 with 12 zeros. pic.twitter.com/nTEWQbaNKD
— SentimenTrader (@sentimentrader) January 13, 2021
Commodity prices are reviving, and history suggests a prolonged upswing will mean a bearish outlook for stocks; the S&P 500 has never been so expensive, relative to commodity prices. (h/t Jim Reid, @DeutscheBank) https://t.co/22a61DJbea via @bopinion pic.twitter.com/9HjGFznq1n
— John Authers (@johnauthers) January 13, 2021
Gundlach on tech outperformance: "the 20 year trend is likely over" if the “super six” Generals drop below their historical tech bubble high pic.twitter.com/Staanwi1rq
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) January 12, 2021
With the data for the year published, it's now clear that 2020 saw the third-largest proportional increase in deaths of any year, running back to at least 1850. Only two years were more deadly: 1918 and 1940, the Spanish Flu and the Blitz. pic.twitter.com/FskXZW4v8D
— Mike Bird (@Birdyword) January 12, 2021