Opportunity or Danger? Driverless Trucks Might be Heading to a Road Near You

Does the idea of a car that drives itself excite you or scare you? Probably both. Taking a nap, watching a movie, or getting things done (like analyzing stocks!) while en route to your destination sounds pretty appealing. Not to mention not having to deal with other drivers. But “trusting” a 4,000-pound vehicle to safely stop, start, turn, slow down, speed up, and react the millions of ways a human driver would is frightening.

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Many of These Huge Gainers Are Still Good Buys

I saw an interesting tweet the other day that got me thinking. Sorry, I guess I should say I saw an interesting “post” on X – the platform formerly known as Twitter. Crazy name changes aside, BNN Bloomberg anchor Jon Erlichman posted a list of 19 top stocks and what they would be worth today if anyone invested $10,000 15 years ago. These are some of the whoppers. Returns ranged from nearly 40,000% in Nvidia (NVDA) to a “mere” 1,014% in Starbucks (SBUX). They are all well-known brands and companies. And chances are pretty good you own or have owned one or more through the years…

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Power Trends+: An Overheated Sector and Two Impressive Stocks You Won’t Want to Miss

There’s something really interesting happening right now with the market and sector rankings. Sectors that used to be consistently stuck in the middle are now leading the pack – Energy, Industrials, and Financials are currently the top three. But the most surprising for me is Utilities. It rose from being the second weakest sector in my Quantum Edge system for a long time to fourth place in just a few weeks – and over the past three months it’s been the top-performing sector in the S&P 500. Mind blown.

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This Data Tells Us Stocks May Be Ready to Shoot Higher

When a doctor reads an x-ray, that physician doesn’t really need to know why a bone is broken to know the right way to treat it. It doesn’t really matter if the patient was trying to be Superman on his kids’ backyard trampoline or makes millions of dollars a year getting banged around as a professional athlete. The what – that broken bone – is more important than the why.

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