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Alex Eule


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Alex:

Self-Driving Keeps Getting Delayed. Why Autonomous Vehicles Are Still a Ways Off

Everyone is still talking about our driverless future, but fewer companies want to be a direct part of it. → Read More

Not Your Father’s Tesla

The latest electronic vehicle to wow the stock market is a garbage truck from Nikola → Read More

Tesla’s Stock Price Can’t Be Justified. Stop Trying.

Tesla is now worth nearly $60 billion more than what Elon Musk once sought to take the company private. → Read More

Casper’s Post-IPO Slide Is Another Reminder That Startups Need to Make Money

Casper raised $100 million in VC funds last February at a valuation of $1.1 billion, even though it had yet to turn a profit. Its stock finished the week down 8% from its IPO price. → Read More

Peloton Tumbles and Endeavor Postpones. The IPO Carnage Continues.

Peloton’s stock fell 11% on its first day of trading. Then entertainment firm Endeavor said it was postponing its own IPO, just hours before a planned pricing. → Read More

Peloton Stock Starts Trading at $27 a Share—Below the IPO Price

The maker of interactive stationary started trading Thursday at $27 a share, giving the company a value of $7.7 billion. → Read More

Podcast: How The Rest of the World Deals With Retirement

What the U.S. can learn about retirement from Japan, Australia, Sweden, and China. → Read More

Peloton Makes the Case That It’s Not Another Fitness Fad

The company raised nearly $1 billion in private capital. Now public investors get to decide what the company is worth. → Read More

Adobe’s CEO on Disruption, the Cloud, and Big Buys

Shares of Adobe have soared under CEO Shantanu Narayen. It all goes back to a bold bet: ending the sale of boxed software. → Read More

In the Lingo of a Trade War, Tariffs Are Just so 80s

Cellphones? Laptops? Today’s hot tech products are described by the U.S. government in archaic trade codes. → Read More

Earnings Season So Far: Revenue Beats Meet Low Expectations

The S&P 500 is still on track to show a 2.6% decline in aggregate earnings.The trade war isn’t helping, creating a stark divide in geographic performance. → Read More

Tesla Stock Jumps On Record Second-Quarter Deliveries

The electric-car maker said it delivered 95,000 cars in the second quarter, beating Wall Street’s consensus estimate by the largest margin in at least three years → Read More

H&R Block, Lululemon, Broadcom and More Stocks to Watch This Week

Although earnings season has wound down, there are still plenty of reports for investors to digest. The economic calendar includes release of the consumer price index and the producer price index. → Read More and Tiffany Stocks, Jobs Report, and More to Watch This Week

Earnings reports also from J.M. Smucker, Campbell Soup and Zoom Video Communications, and a slew of shareholder meetings. → Read More

Trump’s Tariff Deadline Is 1 Hour Away but Investors Aren’t Panicking Yet

Midnight is nearly here along with a White House deadline to bump tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods to 25% from 10%. But global investors have yet to hit the worry button. → Read More

A Resurgent Trade War Gives the Market Whiplash

For months, investors have been overlooking trade tensions with China, assuming something would get worked out—and sending stocks to new highs. A pair of tweets by President Donald Trump shook them from their reverie. → Read More

‘Avengers’ Can’t Power Movie Theater Stocks Because We’re Living in a Streaming World

The finale in the Avengers series just delivered the its best weekend ever. But the stocks of the largest publicly held theater companies aren’t doing much. → Read More

Inflation Is a Hot Topic Again

After three-days of record highs, investor enthusiasm ebbed a bit Wednesday. Blame the Federal Reserve. → Read More

Strong Apple Earnings Could Push the Company Above $1 Trillion Once Again

After a big drop in 2018 and a furious rally to start 2019, Apple is once again closing on a $1 trillion market value. Apple’s earnings report could be the catalyst that puts it back over the top. → Read More

‘Avengers’ Can’t Power Movie Theater Stocks Because We’re Living in a Streaming World

Avengers: Endgame just delivered the U.S. movie theater box-office its best weekend on record. But the stocks of the two largest publicly held movie-theater companies aren’t doing much. → Read More