Martin Tarpanov: Europe Spends More Than It Earns and May Soon Face Poverty

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European countries are generating huge deficits this year, while at the same time the bond market has slowed to a crawl and is forcing central banks to make difficult decisions that could affect the entire economy.

Here’s what Martin Tarpanov, head of DeltaStock’s “Fixed Income Securities” department, makes of the whole situation and where it could be headed next.

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Elon Musk Versus the Board: Who Will Swallow the “Poison Pill” in the Battle for Twitter?

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Twitter’s board of directors armed itself against a potential aggressive buyout a mere day after the billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk offered to buy the social network for $43 billion. The company’s management then approved a shareholder rights plan with a limited duration, better known as the “poison pill”.

Here’s what Ivaylo Chaushev, chief financial analyst of DeltaStock, makes of the whole situation and where it could be headed next.

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The Top U.S. Performers of 2021, According to DeltaStock’s Chief Financial Analyst Ivaylo Chaushev

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“The US500 index did incredibly well in 2021, mainly thanks to companies like Apple, which has reached a market cap of close to $3 trillion and whose share price has skyrocketed by 40%, Microsoft, whose share price rose by 53% on an annual basis, Amazon (7% increase), Alphabet (68% increase) and, of course, Tesla (64% increase). That being said, I won’t be discussing these companies here, but rather the ones that really took the index to the next level in 2021.”

 Ivaylo Chaushev, chief financial analyst of DeltaStock

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Rivian – The Next Tesla or Just the Latest Market Trend?

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“Investors are looking for the next Tesla and Rivian promotes itself as its major rival, but is far from it. In fact, Rivian looks more like a startup than a company ready to launch its own IPO.”

 Ivaylo Chaushev, chief financial analyst of DeltaStock

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