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Well, folks – it’s Friday the 13th. So, in a year where there are no limits to the bizarre, I’m curious to see how this day will play out.
Which brings me to today’s trivia question…
During what year did the Dow Jones Industrial Average see its best November 13?
In what year did it see the worst performance on this day?
Hint: You can find the answer at the bottom of this email, in the closing section.
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Will Friday the 13th be a lucky day for the stock market? Dow futures indicated more than 200 points in gains this morning, after its more than 300-point slip yesterday. The Dow and the S&P 500 this morning looked like they would secure gains this week, while the Nasdaq was set to log losses.
Disney this morning saw shares increase almost 4%, after announcing better-than-expected results. Although the virus has cost the company more than $2 billion, they also announced that they had over 73 million people subscribed to Disney+, their streaming service. California theme parks will remain closed well into next year, as virus cases continue. In the U.S., yesterday there were more than 150,000 new cases –a new record.
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If you have more than $5,000 in the bank, you need to read this!
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Elon Musk, Tesla’s Chief Executive Officer said yesterday that he took four coronavirus tests, but his level of certainty about whether he had the infection remained 50/50. That’s because two of those tests came back positive, while the other two were negative.
In a tweet, Musk said that “Something extremely bogus is going on. Was tested for [the virus] four times today. Two tests came back negative, two came back positive. Same machine, same test, same nurse. Rapid antigen test from BD.”
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