If you were wondering, you can now buy tweets for millions of dollars

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5 things to know before the stock market opens today

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The 10-year Treasury yield inched higher again this morning, and stocks were poised for a mixed open as a result. Yesterday, a dip in bond yields prompted growth among tech stocks, pushing shares of Apple and Facebook to increase over 4%, while Tesla skyrocketed nearly 20%.

Shares of General Electric increased during pre-market trading, after the company announced that its rival, AerCap, would be purchasing its jet-leasing business.

And, in Washington, the House is slated to stamp its final approval on President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion stimulus plan, the final step before the bill is sent to Biden’s desk for his signature. Democrats have been muscling the legislation through Congress via a process known as budget reconciliation.

Finally, Eli Lilly this morning announced some great news on the pandemic front. Their antibody therapy was shown to reduce serious illness associated with the virus by  87%, according to a study.

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This Wall Street legend got tired of helping the rich get richer


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Paul Mampilly is a Wall Street legend.
(Barron’s crowned his hedge fund as the “world’s best” and Kiplinger ranked it in the top 1%.)

But a few years ago, he left Wall Street.

“I just grew tired of helping the rich get richer,” Paul explains. “So I started sharing my No. 1 investment picks with Main Street Americans.”

And his No. 1 stock picks have been phenomenal.

In 2016, Paul’s No. 1 pick — Tableau Software — shot up 199%.

In 2017, Paul’s No. 1 pick — Foundation Medicine — shot up 524%.

In 2018, Paul’s No. 1 pick — Roku — shot up 393%.

In 2019, Paul’s No. 1 pick — MTech Acquisitions — shot up 332%.

But Paul believes his No. 1 stock pick for 2021 could go even higher. (By clicking this link you will be automatically opted into Bold Profits Daily)


If you were wondering, you can now buy tweets for millions of dollars

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Probably the last thing any of us want to buy right now is a tweet, especially if it is one written by the Big Tech Tyrant himself Jack Dorsey.

But the CEO of Bridge Oracle, Sina Estavi, is willing to drop $2.5 million for the world’s first ever post on Twitter, written by Dorsey on March 21, 2006.

It’s not even an interesting musing: “just setting up my twttr.”

But Dorsey is auctioning off the digital note as what is called a “non-fungible token,” or NFT for short, through a website known as Valuables.

An NFT is a “digital asset…that cannot be swapped like for like, as no two NFTs are alike.” This is different from dollar bills where there is no value difference between notes.

“If Jack’s tweet is not inherently valuable to be sold at $2.3M as an NFT art for just being the first tweet, it is worth more for being the first piece of popular digital product drop to have made NFT art sale a mainstream discussion topic,” said PipeCandy co-founder Ashwin Ramasamy.

He said he plans to donate whatever money he earns to the Give Directly Africa Response fund.

What do you think of the current NFT craze? Reply back and let me know.

It still doesn’t make much sense to me. Can you cover this more in future articles?

I don’t know and I honestly couldn’t care less, Fred

NFTs are the future

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Author: Fredrick Frost

Fedrick Frost is the Editor-in-Chief of Morning Bullets. He mainly writes about Politics, The Economy and breaking news. With over 35 years in jounralism he has been influential in helping the morning bullets newsletter readers be informed every morning.