DHUnplugged #436: 2018 Compiled (Part1)

Not a “Best of” – this is so much better.

A chronological compilation, separated by subject from DHUnplugged Podcasts aired in 2018.

In this episode (Part 1), we look back on Oil, Bitcoin, Trump and Elon Musk/Tesla.

A big thanks to listener (and show friend) Ryan Rediske for taking the time to put this all together.

Wishing all of our wonderful listeners a happy and prosperous New Year!

 


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Looking back at 2018 we had some great laughs. We also had a ton of insights about the markets.

Listener Ryan Rediske put together a series of compilations by subject chronologically. He spent an enormous amount of time pulling clips from shows from 2018 and then stitched them together for this episode.

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Want to hear what we had to say about Tesla/Musk – we have it. How about some of the memorable moments about Bitcoin? Yup. Plus many more.

 


420 Stocks snuffed out ….

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Stocks to watch: CGC, STZ, TLRY, CRON, MJ, NBEV

 


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Closest to the Pin – 2018 CUP

*** NEW INTERACTIVE CHARTS ***

ANNOUNCING THE CTP CUP 2018 – Finalists

(These are the only participants whose price guess will count)

Winners will be getting great stuff like the new DHUnplugged Shirts (Designed by Jimbo) –
PLUS a one-of-a-kind DHUnplugged CTP Winner’s certificate..

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UPDATE – NEW ETF – Global X Millennials Thematic ETF Challenge!

The top holdings of Global X Millennials Thematic ETF (MILN) include stocks many investors would expect, such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Amazon, which take advantage of the tech tendencies of millennials. But some names might be more surprising like real estate investment trusts AvalonBay Communities and Equity Residential, and Home Depot, which could benefit from millennials moving out of the home of their parents.

We are creating the DH Old Codger Index Portfolio to compete against this new ETF to see how “old school” stocks do in comparison. Companies in our index will include: (updated names as of 8/29/16)

We have the performance summary running (daily and since inception of 5/6/16) – DHOCI vs. Millennials ETF Battle



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