Stocks Tumble, Bitcoin Test, Market Recap | ML Daily ft Novalith, @ReviewBattery, $CMIL – Midas Letter

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Stocks Tumble, Bitcoin Test, Market Recap | ML Daily ft Novalith, @ReviewBattery, $CMIL

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James West & Ed Milewski discuss the major news stories and deliver the stock market recap for the week ending May 13, 2022.

Transcript

Ⓜ️ Midas Letter Daily (00:00)

⁉️ Audience Questions (03:09)

👔 James West shirts? (03:14)

✈️ Sell in May and go away? (03:29)

♟ Elon Musk investing strategy? (04:17)

🚗 Graphene Manufacturing Group (CVE:GMG) tech scaling? (06:57)

🏆 Successful capital markets attributes? (07:29)

🏷 Buybacks in big tech stocks? (08:41)

💰 How to make money when markets are down? (10:02)

🎙 Lithium supply interviews? (11:21)

🦅 Best asset class during inflation? (12:34)

🔑 Bitcoin key downside level? (14:13)

🏦 CPI news? (14:51)

🇺🇸 Major US Indices (15:43)

🥇 Gold chart (17:43)

🤖 Cryptocurrencies $LUNA $USDT (19:36)

📉 Deflationary markets (20:25)

🟡 Capella Minerals (CVE:CMIL, OTCMKTS:CMILF) interview (23:51)

📈 $CMIL chart (37:22)

👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Population (38:05)

🫧 Could we see a recession worse than 2008? (39:55)

🔋 Battery Materials Review Ltd interview (41:55)

⚡️ Novalith Technologies interview (58:46)

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