Today is Monday, November 15, 2021.
Cash-Flowing Altcoins, Explained
Definition: Niewold, who has a traditional finance background, says that cash-flowing altcoins are tokens that give you access to cash flow, like a stock with a dividend.
Pros: Niewold says that cash-flowing altcoins have value and that money is flowing into them.
Cons: However, he also warns that cash-flowing altcoins could be too grounded and immune to “bubble-like” effects.
Final Thoughts: How can investors get started with cash-flowing altcoin? Find out by listening to the newest episode of the Early Bird podcast.
Notable Earnings Today: Tyson Foods (NYSE: TSN), Lucid Group (Nasdaq: LCID), Advance Auto Parts (NYSE: AAP), Casper Sleep (NYSE: CSPR), Axon Enterprise (Nasdaq: AXON), Oatly (Nasdaq: OTLY).
Notable IPOs Today: Live Oak Crestview Climate Acquisition Corp. (NYSE: LOCC), Orion Office REIT Inc. (NYSE: ONL), Direct Selling Acquisition Corp. (NYSE: DSAQ), Digihost Technology Inc. Common Subordinate Voting Shares (Nasdaq: DGHI).
Notable Equity Crowdfunding Campaigns Ending Today: Molecular Reality (Wefunder), Jelli (Republic), Gerostate Alpha (Wefunder), Eco Allies (NetCapital), FinTron (NetCapital).
Notable Economic Events Today: Empire State manufacturing index (8:30 a.m. ET).
Airbus Nabs First Big Post-Pandemic Order
Airbus (OTCMKTS: EADSY) announced Sunday at the Dubai Air Show that it received an order for 255 new jets, the first major sale for the aerospace company since the pandemic started.
Details: The deal, which is valued at around $30 billion, is from private equity firm Indigo Partners. Bill Franke founded Indigo and owns stakes in budget airlines such as Wizz Air (OTCMKTS: WZZZY) and Frontier Airlines (ULCC).
Background: The travel sector was decimated by the pandemic. As a result, Airbus received fewer orders and more cancellations from airlines. International travel with the U.S. recently open, and there is hope that the industry is recovering.
Numbers: Shares of Airbus fell 58% during the onset of the pandemic, but is up 17.77% in 2021.
Final Thoughts: The order is a positive sign for Airbus and for short-haul, budget flights.
Retail Stocks That Could Dodge Supply Chain Issues This Holiday Season
Recent supply chain issues could be detrimental for big-box retailers this holiday shopping season. But, other companies could actually prevail.
Locally Sourced: Since most of the sellers and suppliers for Etsy (Nasdaq: ETSY) are in the U.S., the e-commerce company won't be directly impacted by international supply chain issues. Etsy could experience a growth period during the holiday shopping season.
The Giant: Yes, Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN) has supply chains that could get caught up with the global challenges, but the company has invested in enough alternative transportation methods to ensure that most products will get delivered on time.
Doers: Home Depot (NYSE: HD) could be a sneaky retail pick. The company made strong investments in its supply chain years ago and recently named a new vice president of supply chain and product development.
Final Thoughts: Supply chain headaches could hurt shoppers and investors this holiday season. Make sure you plan ahead.
Trends to Watch
Quitters: As American Workers Leave Jobs in Record Numbers, a Closer Look at Who Is Quitting (The Wall Street Journal)
Recall: Philips in talks with FDA after new ventilator findings (Reuters)
Small Stakes: Yieldstreet Unveils High-End-Art Fund for Smaller Investors (The Street)
Tap Dance: Taproot, Bitcoin’s Long-Anticipated Upgrade, Has Activated (CoinDesk)
October Surprise: China’s retail sales beat expectations in October (CNBC)
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