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Why You Shouldn’t Panic if the Market Takes a Breather

For the first time ever, the S&P 500 Index closed above 5,000 earlier this month… And despite a brief pullback early last week, it went on to hit a new all-time high just two days later. Meanwhile, the U.S. economy is surprisingly strong… The American consumer and the knock-on effects of the artificial-intelligence (“AI”) boom …

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Don’t Get Too Attached to Your Neighborhood Barista

Editor’s note: The markets and our Chaikin Analytics offices will be closed Monday, February 19, for Presidents Day. As a result, we won’t publish our Chaikin PowerFeed e-letter that day. Look for your next issue on Tuesday, February 20. You personally might not like its coffee… But the fact that 10 million customers walk into …

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This Is Like Sitting In on Private Board Meetings

Editor’s note: Folks, we’re right in the thick of another earnings season… Investors are combing through these reports for hints about what to expect in the coming year. And notably, this earnings season is already shaping up to be a critical period… Some big names have soared after great reports. Meanwhile, others have tumbled. Take …

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Meta Doesn’t Want You Arguing Politics With Strangers

Folks, Meta Platforms (META) just made an interesting business decision… This year, the social media titan doesn’t want you fighting over politics with people you don’t know. At least, not on its platforms. And it’s making major changes to make this a reality. You likely already know that Meta is the parent company behind Facebook. …

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The Used-Vehicle Bubble Hasn’t Finished Popping

Editor’s note: Regular Chaikin PowerFeed readers know we’re bullish on stocks in 2024… We’ve also shared similar sentiments from the folks at our corporate affiliate Stansberry Research. Most recently, you heard from Sean Michael Cummings earlier this month. Today, we’re turning things over to another Stansberry Research editor and good friend… Brett Eversole. This essay …

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This ‘Boogeyman’ Is Here to Stay… And That’s a Good Thing

Folks, we’re still a long way from “normal”… China’s slow exit from the pandemic left global supply chains in tatters. That meant limited stock of everything from groceries to semiconductors at the mercy of surging demand from other countries. Then Russia invaded Ukraine – driving up global energy prices almost overnight. And enter the Federal …

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The Middle East Isn’t the Problem for This Fast-Food Titan

No, it’s not the war in the Middle East… But McDonald’s (MCD) CEO Chris Kempczinski wants you to think that’s the big problem for the fast-food giant. Along with other big companies, McDonald’s is facing boycotts over accusations of supporting Israel’s war in Gaza. Here’s how Kempczinski put it during the company’s fourth-quarter earnings call …

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It’s Finally ‘Happening’ in Cryptos

Editor’s note: We’re doing something different in the Chaikin PowerFeed today… In short, you’ll hear from one of the world’s biggest experts in cryptocurrencies. I’m talking about Eric Wade from our corporate affiliate Stansberry Research. Eric began mining bitcoin – the world’s first cryptocurrency – all the way back in 2013. So he now has …

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You Might Agree With Elon Musk More Than You Know

You can call Elon Musk a lot of things, but don’t call him a “speciesist”… Alphabet (GOOGL) co-founder Larry Page found out why at one of Musk’s birthday parties. The tech moguls had been friends for at least a decade. Musk sometimes crashed on Page’s couch after playing video games all night. And on this …

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