Equity Mates Investing Podcast
What we have learnt from earnings season so far
We're a week into earnings season in the States and we discuss what we've learnt so far. Most of the American Banks have reported, with all of them missing analysts expectations. So why did the bank index have its biggest one-day gain in 18 months?
One of the biggest memes is that Nancy Pelosi is the genius stock picker of our age. So why is she on the 'right' side of many trades?
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