Daily candlestick chart of Beyond Meat by Steven Sarnoff, h/t stockcharts.com
“Parabolic advances usually carry further than you think, but they do not correct by going sideways.”
— Bob Farrell
I get a kick out of the wild success of Beyond Meat’s IPO sparking scorn from analysts excoriating the “fake meat” company’s market cap exceeding that of larger and more established enterprises like Conagra.
Hah, they don’t see the future of food charted clearly before them.
For you, the animals, and the planet, Go Vegan!
Subscriber Note: We’re on the road and offline much of this week, headed up to the mountains for some fresh air and apple pie.
“Whenever we are surprised by something, even if we admit that we made a mistake, we say, ‘Oh I’ll never make that mistake again.’ But, in fact, what you should learn when you make a mistake because you did not anticipate something is that the world is difficult to anticipate. That’s the correct lesson to learn from surprises: that the world is surprising.”
— Daniel Kahneman
“Now that we found love what are we gonna do with it?”
— Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff
We enjoyed seeing Third World perform their 1978 hit cover of the song, originally performed by the O’Jays, at the San Diego Reggae Vegan Fest.
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“The best way of preparing for the future is to take good care of the present, because we know that if the present is made up of the past, then the future will be made up of the present. All we need to be responsible for is the present moment. Only the present is within our reach. To care for the present is to care for the future.”
— Thich Nhat Hanh
“Superleverage, it’s the only sensible way to speculate.”
— Paul Sarnoff
With Comic-Con in town, this struck me as a natural subject. Superleverage is the art of profiting from changing prices, with limited risk AT ALL TIMES, without ever getting a margin call, asked to put up additional funds, or forced to liquidate your position.
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Manute Bol and Tyrone “Muggsy” Bogues, 1987 h/t Jerry Wachter/NBAE/Getty images
“Not only your returns but also your risk of ruin is dependent on your position sizing. Your risk exposure determines your long-term results regardless of how good your trading method is.”
— Steve Burns, @SJosephBurns
Proper position sizing is based on your psychological and financial tolerances for risk. And that differs for each individual trader.
“The balloon seems to stand still in the air while the earth flies past underneath.”
— Alberto Santos-Dumont
Photo credit: Paperny Entertainment
“Finding winners, especially big winners, is a process of discovery. The losing trades are an integral part of that process.”
— Peter Brandt, @PeterLBrandt
Our recommended call option on Barrick Gold (GOLD), triggered 06-17-19 at $85, traded this morning at $280, +229% in less than a month, with an always known and strictly limited risk!
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Peaks of Mount Kenya, h/t Chris73/Wikimedia Commons
“I made up my mind to buy high and sell higher.”
— Nicolas Darvas
“When a flower doesn’t bloom, you fix the environment in which it grows, not the flower.”
— Alexander den Heijer