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Crown Castle International Corp. is a real estate investment trust, which owns, operates and leases cell towers and route miles of fiber supporting small cells and fiber solutions across United States market. The Company's segments include Towers and Fiber, which includes both small cells and fiber solutions. Its business is providing access, including space or capacity, to its shared communications infrastructure via long-term contracts in various forms, including lease, license, sublease and service agreements. The Towers segment provides access, including space or capacity to its towers, which are geographically dispersed throughout the United States. The towers segment also reflects certain network services relating to its towers. The Fiber segment provides access, including space or capacity, to its route miles of fiber primarily supporting small cell networks and fiber solutions geographically dispersed throughout the United States.

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Instead of chasing momentum stocks into the graveyard, do this, strategist says

9:24 am ET December 7, 2021 (MarketWatch)

By Steve Goldstein

Critical information for the trading day

Last year's winners haven't been doing so hot. On Monday, the ARK Innovation ETF (ARKK), which surged 153% in 2020, closed higher for only the second time in 14 sessions, and has dropped 24% this year. "We believe you should invest based on what you see, and what you see is high multiple, unprofitable tech get slaughtered with the selling starting to seep into other areas," says Matthew Tuttle, the chief executive and chief investment officer at Tuttle Capital Management.

Michael Darda, chief economist and market strategist at MKM Partners, has a similar warning, but first he wanted to give a reality check. After the Powell Pivot and the signal the head of the Federal Reserve likely supports faster tapering, he says some investors are worried the central bank may tighten too much. "There is virtually no evidence that the Fed is getting in front of the curve in a destabilizing way," replies Darda. "Bond market inflation expectations pulling back from 'too high' levels to 'still elevated' levels relative to an average 2% per annum path for inflation do not represent a material tightening in monetary policy."

The last time the labor market was near current levels of utilization, real interest rates were 2 percentage points higher, he notes. The breakdown in the relationship between metals and gold, and the 10-year Treasury yield, is more evidence of distortions in the bond market, he adds. "If the bottom were suddenly falling out of global and/or domestic industrial demand, the resilience of metals to gold would be highly unlikely," he says.

Despite monetary policy that is as loose as a goose, Darda still warns that assets that are priced for perfection against record profits and liquidity could falter for any number of reasons, which already is happening for the highest valued names in the Nasdaq-100.

"We continue to take an upbeat view on the reopening stocks which have been crushed and also small cap value," says Darda. "We remain bearish on hyper-valued growth. Back in the old days, high valuations used to mean lower expected future returns. Blinded by liquidity and false expectations of the proverbial Fed put, we fear that some investors are chasing momentum into the graveyard."

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The Securities and Exchange Commission has opened an investigation into a whistleblower's complaint against Tesla's (TSLA) SolarCity business. Elon Musk, the chief executive of Tesla, which made $1.6 billion from selling regulatory credits last year, said he's against federal legislation that would provide tax credits for union-made electric vehicles.

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It's looking like a second day of gains are in store for Wall Street, with futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average up over 300 points.

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