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          ColumnsAfter 'Cyberwhistle', a 'MiniCyberquad' is launched by Tesla

          $Tesla(TSLA.US)$ CEO Elon Musk has a knack for selling weird gadgets that often have little to do with the company's main business. One example is a $50 "Cyberwhistle" a collectible whistle in the form of Tesla's Cybertruck, and it's already sold out. SmirkSmirkSmirk
          $50 is a lot for a whistle, though it is a nice-looking whistle that at least has some relation to Tesla. EmmEmmEmm
          Musk might have seen the $19 Apple Cloth, though, and sensed a solid marketing angle.
          Don't waste your money on that silly Apple Cloth, buy our whistle instead."
          —— Musk tweeted. 
          It appears to have worked, as the Cyberwhistle sold out just hours after going on sale. It looks like Tesla will restock it at some point, though, according to the Tesla store description. SlySlySly
          Today, Tesla launched a new EV —— a $1,900 'Cyberquad' for kids. WowWowWow
          This 'MiniCyberquad' is available to purchase on Tesla's site for $1,900 — a steep price relative to your average Power Wheels, but the lowest-priced vehicle in Tesla's existing lineup by far. And the Cyberquad's materials are a cut above your average battery electric kid car, with a "full steel frame", along with cushioned seating and fully adjustable suspension. EmmEmmEmm
          Mooers, what do you think of 'Cyberwhistle' and 'MiniCyberquad'? Will you buy them? TrickTrickTrick
          Source: engadget, TechCrunch
          After 'Cyberwhistle', a 'MiniCyberquad' is launched by Tesla
          After 'Cyberwhistle', a 'MiniCyberquad' is launched by Tesla

          ColumnsWall Street Today | FTC sues to block Nvidia's $40 billion acquisition of Arm

          Asia stocks set for mixed open; Treasury yields up
          Asian stocks looked set for a mixed start Friday amid easing concerns over the omicron virus strain but hurdles for Chinese technology firms. Treasury yields rose after comments from Federal Reserve officials.
          Futures pointed higher for Japan and Australia. Dip buyers bolstered U.S. stocks sensitive to the economic outlook, fueling the $S&P 500 Index(.SPX.US)$'s best day since October in a choppy week.
          Singapore's first wave SPACs said to move ahead with filing plan
          Vertex Holdings, a unit of Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings Pte, and European asset manager Tikehau Capital are preparing to lodge preliminary prospectuses for blank-check company listings in the city-state as soon as next week, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
          Singapore buyout firm Novo Tellus Capital Partners is also set to file key documents for an initial public offering of a special purpose acquisition company on the Singapore Exchange, the people said, asking not to be identified as the process is private. The three firms are all working with advisers on the prospectuses, which could pave the way for their respective listings as soon as the end of this year, the people said.
          'It's a Trump day' as stocks tied to ex-president stage a rally
          $Digital World Acquisition Corp(DWAC.US)$, the blank-check company set to bring Trump Media & Technology Group to the market, surged as much 22% after Reuters reported that the nascent social venture is holding on financing. The news is boosting other stocks with ties to Trump.
          For example, $Phunware(PHUN.US)$, a software company that worked on Trump's re-election campaign, leaped as much as 24%. And $CF Acquisition Corp VI(CFVI.US)$, a blank-check firm sponsored by Cantor Fitzgerald, rocketed up 47% before paring some of those gains as it agreed to merge with video platform Rumble Inc., which touted Trump as among its top creators and highlighted an "acceleration of big tech censorship" in an investor presentation.
          Grab shares tumble in trading debut after blockbuster SPAC deal
          $Grab Holdings(GRAB.US)$'s shares lost more than one-fifth of their value on their first day of trading in New York, a blow to the Southeast Asian ride-hailing and delivery giant after its record-breaking merger with a special-purpose acquisition company.
          Shares fell 21% to $8.75, giving Grab a market capitalization of roughly $34.6 billion. The Singapore-based company in April agreed to combine with the SPAC $Altimeter Growth(AGCB.US)$ in a deal that valued it at close to $40 billion, setting a high-water mark for transactions involving blank-check companies.
          Kroger sales rise as grocer benefits from consumers eating at home
          $The Kroger(KR.US)$ reported strong sales for the latest quarter as consumers continued to opt for eating at home, but said higher supply-chain costs are squeezing its profit. Shares in Kroger were up 11% at $44.78 at midday Thursday. The stock is on pace for its largest percentage increase since Nov. 5, 2019, according to FactSet.
          FTC sues to block Nvidia's $40 billion acquisition of Arm
          The Federal Trade Commission is suing to block $NVIDIA(NVDA.US)$'s $40 billion acquisition of Arm from Softbank on antitrust grounds. The U.S. action is the biggest hurdle the transaction has faced yet, and threatens whether the deal will be completed. Arm's role in the chip industry was historically as a neutral supplier, raising concerns that Nvidia could cut off competitors from essential Arm technology.
          Tesla says it needs graphite from China for batteries, requests tariff waiver
          Tariffs levied during the Trump administration's trade war with China are contributing to automotive price increases.
          Tesla and SK Innovation both requested a waiver on tariffs for graphite, which is used in the anode component of lithium-ion batteries in electric cars. The outpouring of industry pleas could spur the Biden administration to reinstate government exclusions on 25% tariffs on artificial graphite imported from China, as well as other materials and components.
          Record share of U.S. small businesses raise pay, NFIB Says
          A record number of U.S. small businesses once again reported raising compensation last month, the National Federation of Independent Business said Thursday.
          Forty-four percent of firms boosted pay, matching the largest share in monthly data back to 1986, according to the NFIB's November survey.
          Source: Bloomberg, WSJ, CNBC
          Wall Street Today | FTC sues to block Nvidia's $40 billion acquisition of Arm

          ColumnsElon Musk replies to tweet on SpaceX staying private after "avenge the dinosaur"

          SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says "a lot has happened in 8 years" after a Twitter user sent out a 2013 memo from Musk on why he wanted to keep SpaceX private.
          The memo Musk was commenting on said that volatility in stock prices causes workers to become distracted and that Tesla and SolarCity were public because "they didn't have any choice."
          Musk wrote in the memo that the valuation of the company at the time was about $4 billion to $5 billion. In October, SpaceX hit a $100 billion valuation after a secondary sale.
          Previously on the 25th of this month, SpaceX has finished the DART mission with NASA – humanity's first planetary defense test to redirect an asteroid.
          Would $Tesla(TSLA.US)$ have any asteroid safety features in the future? Can you imagine Elon Musk to be a leader in space?
          Elon Musk replies to tweet on SpaceX staying private after "avenge the dinosaur"
          Elon Musk replies to tweet on SpaceX staying private after "avenge the dinosaur"
          Elon Musk replies to tweet on SpaceX staying private after "avenge the dinosaur"

          ColumnsWhy is it important to start investing?

          Don't wait until life throws you curveballs to start thinking about being "ready" to invest. There will never be a better time than now.
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          $Alibaba(BABA.US)$ I hope it can go back up to 140...

          ColumnsQ3 Highlights: FUTU Industry Leadership Reinforced with HK Paying Clients Up by 162%

          Futu Holdings Limited $Futu Holdings Ltd(FUTU.US)$ announces its unaudited financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2021 (“Q3”).
          • Total trading volume increased 33.1% year-over-year to HK$1.4 trillion.
          • Total revenues increased 83.0% year-over-year to HK$1,731.1 million; Non-GAAP adjusted net income increased 58.5% year-over-year to HK$646.1 million.
          • Total number of users increased 58.6% year-over-year to 16.6 million. Total number of registered clients increased 119.9% year-over-year to 2,580,002. Total number of paying clients increased 179.2% year-over-year to 1,167,204.
          • Hong Kong paying clients increased 162% year-over-year- the sixth consecutive quarter to realize triple-digit percentage growth; Futu users number account for about 1/3 of Hong Kong adult population.
          Q3 Highlights: FUTU Industry Leadership Reinforced with HK Paying Clients Up by 162%Expand
          $Alibaba(BABA.US)$ Ali is no longer the Ali he used to be. Shopping was mostly Taobao in '19 and '20, and 80% of Pinduoduo in '21. 15% JD. Taobao 5%

          ColumnsTop 5 tickers from different platforms (11/22)

          Top 5 tickers from different platforms is a collection of top trending tickers from major investment platforms and social media, giving investors a list of trending tickers across places.
          Moomoo selected the hottest tickers from Robinhood and moomoo; the top trending tickers from Yahoo Finance and; the most active tickers from Stocktwits.
          Latest news for top ticker:
          - $Tesla(TSLA.US)$ Chief Executive Elon Musk said in a tweet on Monday that Model S Plaid will "probably" be coming to China around March.
          In September last year, Tesla introduced a new Model S Plaid, a 520-mile range sedan that can reach top speeds of up to 200 miles per hour (320 km per hour), with deliveries starting in 2021.
          Read more: Tesla's Elon Musk says Model S Plaid could probably make it to China in March
          - The auto makers mutually decided to focus on their own projects, backing away from an earlier strategic pact that led to a multibillion-dollar windfall for $Ford Motor(F.US)$ and $Rivian Automotive(RIVN.US)$.
          - $Astra Space(ASTR.US)$ reached orbit for the first time on Saturday with its rocket LV0007, joining a small group of privately-funded companies that have achieved the feat.
          Top 5 tickers from different platforms (11/22)Expand
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