In this episode, we propose stalking Oprah for stock tips, while we selfishly guard our own identities –especially 篋神 (Gibson)’s!
Welcome to 向錢汗 (Sweatin’ Money)‘s tenth episode:
In this episode, we dabble in:
- OBOR and the Chinese economy.
- OPEC gaining back its marketshare.
- RMB as a reserve currency.
- Aside from VW, aftermarket parts and emissions.
- Google’s number games.
- Student loan companies.
- Economies that might be in trouble.
- Company handling Ferrari’s IPO.
The Belt, the Road and the PLA
UAW sets Sunday midnight strike deadline for General Motors
OPEC Is About to Crush the U.S. Oil Boom
IMF Seen Approving Yuan As “Reserve Currency”
It’s Not Just VW: A Robust Market For Reprogramming Vehicles
Google Announces Stock Buyback as Earnings Rise
Court Rules That Student Loan Company Isn’t Above the Law
14-2202 Lee Pele v. Pennsylvania Higher Education 2015-05-12
UBS: This is How Troubles in the Bond Market Could Impact Stocks
From Ferrari to Facebook: the incredible client list of Wall Street’s most secretive firm
United Parcel Service Service Inc. Pilots Unions Vote to Call Strike
Investopedia definition: Breakout
“Inside Job” the documentary narrated by Matt Damon
United Parcel Service (UPS)
Fiat Chrysler (FCAU)
General Motors (GM)
Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC)