In Case You Missed It: The TradeSmith Daily Week in Review

By TradeSmith Research Team

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Here are some of the top stories from the week in case you missed them…

  • This week’s issue of TradeSmith Snippets featured stories on Ethereum (ETH), the bankruptcy of Cineworld Group (CNWGQ), and why Target Corp. (TGT) just changed its mandatory retirement age. And of course, there are investing lessons to be learned from each snippet.
  • Sometimes investing lessons can come from surprising places — like the NFL. In a now infamous 1968 game between the Oakland Raiders and New York Jets, you’ll learn why you don’t walk away from the fourth quarter in football…or in investing.
  • Prices for copper, wheat, and oil have all dropped in recent months, but Senior Analyst Mike Burnick believes we are ramping up for a supercycle in commodities. He outlines everything you need to know right here.
  • For roughly two weeks in August, it was a great time to be a Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) shareholder. But roughly one month later, the stock price has lost two-thirds of its value. Now there’s a class action lawsuit that alleges that this was more than a case of “meme stock mania.” It claims that one of the largest shareholders and the former CFO conspired to artificially send the price higher, making it a classic case of following the money.
We hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend, and we’ll see you Monday with a new edition of TradeSmith Snippets.