The A.I. Rally is Being Led by the "I AIN'T MAMA" Stocks

The new bull market is being led by just a few stocks relating to Artificial Intelligence (AI). Hence, the new acronym for these stocks would be I AIN'T MAMA. I - IBM A - Apple I - Intel N - Nvidia T - Tesla M - Microsoft A - AMD M - Meta Platforms (formerly Facebook) A - Alphabet (formerly Google) Out of these 9 stocks, we believe IBM and Intel are the cheapest. The others are fairly priced such as Apple (AAPL), Microsoft (MSFT), Meta (META) and Alphabet (GOOG), and some are overvalued such as Nvidia (NVDA), Tesla (TSLA), and AMD (AMD). So we added a few more shares to our existing holdings of IBM (IBM) and included Intel (INTC) to our portfolio. This rally has been driven by a number of factors including: The growing adoption of AI by businesses across a wide range of industries. The increasing investment in AI research and development. The rising public awareness of the potential benefits of AI. Overall, the AI rally is a sign of the growing importance of AI in the global econom

Nvidia (NVDA) is too Expensive. Insiders are Selling Shares. We are not Buyers of this Stock.

We think the Market has Bottomed. It was on June 17, 2022 @ Dow 29,653

We are still Accumulating our Favorite Value Stock Paramount Global (PARA)

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We Think the Bottom for this Mild Correction may have Happened this Past Thursday on February 24th

Our Plan is to Buy the Dips. Buy Whenever We See Red

Swapped Disney (DIS) for more Paramount Global (PARA)

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Buying the Dip in ViacomCBS (VIAC) and Sold Pfizer (PFE)

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Some of Berkshire Hathaway's Holdings 2013

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Berkshire Hathaway Continues to Accumulate Suncor Energy (SU)

Financial Analysis on Merck (MRK) 2013

Apple (AAPL) 2013: Before 7 for 1 Stock Split

Analysis of Warren Buffett's Purchase of Heinz (HNZ)

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