Fly Charts: Trump's Market Ignorance, Apple's New Phase – Bloomberg

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Good morning! This is Fly Charts, the daily charts-only newsletter from Gadfly; sign up here. From Boeing’s aggression to Twitter’s bounce-back, here are four charts that tell you what you need to know in business today.

Grounded

Don’t get too excited about Twitter’s revenue rebound — shares are overheated and the lack of user growth is still a big problem.

Source: Bloomberg

Pulling the Weight

Apple is no longer shocking the world with fresh approaches to computing. But it’s getting increasingly good at finding other ways to make money.

Source: Apple

Trump’s Market

Donald Trump loves to talk about the stock market. Unfortunately, he doesn’t appear to know the first thing about how it works.

Source: Bloomberg

Money Bags

Boeing’s accelerating cash generation and possible Woodward bid should put its suppliers on notice.

Source: Bloomberg

And don’t miss Gillian Tan on BlackRock’s long-term plans: “It’s a relatively unexpected departure for BlackRock, which has amassed trillions under management as a champion of low-cost, passive investing. But the move into longer-term private equity may be worthwhile because it gives BlackRock the chance to offer something that most firms in the industry can’t: the potential for far fewer conflicts.”

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