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“Buy not on optimism, but on arithmetic.”
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The Nasdaq was poised to regain some of yesterday’s losses this morning, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average was slated to build on yesterday’s big gains.
This morning was also promising for Tesla as shares increased approximately 5% during premarket trading. For the year, the stock is up 300%, although it had fallen 21% in less than a week.
Meanwhile, the GameStop saga continues, as shares increased 11% during premarket trading. Yesterday, shares were going for $194 apiece following news that shareholder and Chewy cofounder Ryan Cohen would manage the company’s pivot to e-commerce.
And the House is set to stamp their seal of approval on the $1.9 trillion stimulus package–the final step before the bill lands on President Joe Biden’s desk for a signature.
And finally, the CDC has released its first set of guidelines for “fully-vaccinated” Americans, a title you earn two weeks after your final dose of either the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine or two weeks after the only dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
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President Joe Biden will finally deliver his first primetime address this week, White House press secretary Jen Psaki confirmed yesterday.
The speech, which will be delivered on Thursday, March 11, marks one year since the pandemic shutdown.
“He will discuss the many sacrifices the American people have made over the last year and the grave loss communities and families have suffered. The president will look forward, highlighting the role that Americans will play in beating the virus and getting the country back to normal,” said Psaki.
His remarks will follow the House’s final stamp of approval on his signature stimulus package, which could come as soon as today.
“This week marks one year since the country was essentially shut down as a result of a pandemic, and it’s important to note, of course, what steps have been taken and what progress has been made,” Psaki said.
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