April 2022 Bloodbath - Names Down >30% Since April 1
April 2022 was one of the worst market months of all time. In fact, it was the worst since October 2008. Here are 100 stocks down >30% since April 1:

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Some of these emerging techs will be game changers

Seeing what $QS and $PLUG are up to had me add them to my watch list. Will be doing more DD but was thoroughly impressed.

Edge Computing is another that I think will be revolutionary and hope my $CRM will be a big player in the space.

Lastly, whoever figures out how to mass produce graphene cheaply and effectively may just change the world. It conducts electricity better than copper, is 200x stronger than steel and 1/6th the weight. Amazing what humans are capable of coming up with!
Linking is totally ok! Not sure what happened with the link coming down, but it wasn't intentional. Please try putting it in your memo body again.

Also, the video is freaking cool. Got sucked in to the part about Spin Launching satellites into orbit. Great stuff @strib
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My best trade for November was shorting $M after earnings. I don’t usually take short positions but this was too good to resist.

Looking over the rest of the month, I added to $PLTR and $DIS. I didn’t realize that two of my best trades this quarter was actually done in the last week of Oct so they don’t qualify. I’ll tell you anyway - they were $PLUG and $GFS. 😊
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“The legislation will also invest billions to build the foundation for a nationwide hydrogen network, including $8 billion over four years for the DOE to develop at least four clean hydrogen hubs.”

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