In spite of the outsized attention afforded to Dogecoin (DOGE)— which added roughly USD 10 billion to its market cap over the past week— the coin continues to see sporadic and at times scant developer activity on its GitHub page.
Yesterday, Elon Musk tweeted that Tesla would stop accepting BTC as payment due to concerns over the carbon costs of transactions. The apparent U-turn comes 3 months after Tesla announced it had purchased USD 1.5 billion-worth of BTC and that it would accept the coin as payment.
Livermore portfolio witnessed a further rise in gold and gold miners followed by a sudden sell-off. Livermore used this opportunity to de-risk portfolios by selling down gold holdings to lock in profits. Livermore almost doubled investment in many portfolio companies in the past 12-months…
Livermore witnessed a sharp rise in gold (GLD) and gold miners and makes up 20% percent of the total portfolio. The Tesla (TSLA) short position remained the most significant short position in the hedge fund.
The crude oil sell-off was just downright crazy. Oil got caught up in trade war fears, tech wreck fears, OPEC/Non-OPEC compliance fears, and a build in Cushing, Okla., oil stocks, as reported by Genscape. Stocks had the worst start to April since 1929, but really the magnitude of this sell off was a big April’s Fools Day joke that just one day late.
Coal’s fall from grace is a well-known story and has had a predictable impact on the one-and-only coal ETF (a telling fact on its own); from its peak in April of 2011 to the inevitable trough in January of 2016.
A group of Tesla Inc investors has urged the luxury electric car maker to add two new independent directors to its board, without ties to Chief Executive Elon Musk, to "provide a critical check on possible dysfunctional group dynamics."

As Tesla Inc's strong quarterly vehicle deliveries sent its

U.S. stocks were set to open flat on Monday, the first trading day of the second quarter, with investors awaiting President Donald Trump's first meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping later this week.
Near the extinct volcano known as Monte Pissis, high in the Andes on the Chile-Argentina border, the air is thin and animal life scarce. It’s also a prime location for lithium, the silvery-white metal used in the production of lithium-ion batteries.