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Tiger Global has reportedly experienced $17 billion in losses during this year’s tech stock beatdown.
This would make the loss one of the biggest in hedge fund history, according to the Financial Times. #VC#WallStreet
Tyson Foods now expects fiscal 2022 sales to land between $52 billion to $54 billion, up from previous estimates of $49 billion to $51 billion.
Year-over-year, Tyson’s average beef prices have skyrocketed by nearly 24%. #inflation $TSN
Hyundai revealed plans to build a dedicated EV plant in the United States.
Along with its affiliate Kia, the company is targeting to launch no less than 40 EV models by the end of the decade. #EV#manufacturing
The risk isn't that inflation is long lasting.
The risk is that it IS transitory.
Think about it.
Despite TRILLIONS of dollars of unprecedented stimulus, it's not enough to jam secular inflation into the system.
That alone suggests the Fed is powerless.
Apple’s Director of Machine Learning is not prepared to give up his pajamas.
The top artificial intelligence executive has decided to part ways with the company over their push to bring employees back into the office. $APPL #WFH
Despite the recent price appreciation, energy stocks remain insanely undervalued on a free-cash-flow yield basis.
Aside from 2020 and 2021, today’s yield of almost 9% is well above any other time in the last 30 years.
On @leadlagreport spaces discussion with @MacroAlf - a good question from @MichaelKantro "name a time markets bottomed without a bottom in economy or change in Fed policy"
Below are post WW2 10% drawdowns with no recession within 12 months - good list to check out.
Fantastic chart picturing the exceptional ''pain everywhere trade'' unfolding under our eyes
The 6-month rolling Sharpe ratio (returns in excess of risk-free rate adjusted for volatility) for a basket of S&P500, Treasuries, corporate bonds and gold is at worst level in 30 years!
Plenty of people are pointing out the big repricing in valuations we've seen this year, which makes stocks look visually ''cheap'' on a multi-year basis.
But equity valuations should not be looked at in a silo.
A short thread on the valuations of the stock market.