I do these kind of recap things only when I remember to post on my blog, and I remember to post on my blog about once a year. So it actually works out perfectly. I just wish I could remember to post on my blog on December 31 instead of July 12.
Here’s a recap of my 10 most read Benzinga articles of the past year. As always, these stories aren’t necessarily by best work. They are merely the stories that got the most attention and more of a reflection of the topics people cared most about in the past 12 months.
For those of you who read my last list of top market stories of 2019-2020, you’ll recall that people mostly cared about how much $100 worth of certain stocks bought 10 years ago would be worth today. Of course, with the pandemic and the economic shutdowns and all the geopolitical drama of the past year, a lot has changed. In the past year, people instead cared mostly about how much $1,000 of worth of certain stocks bought one year ago would be worth today.
Without further ado, here are my 10 most read stories of the past year:
2. Why Dogecoin Matters: ‘What’s Happening Here Is Real’ (May 19, 2021)
4. Citron Pulls Plug On Nio, Says Valuation ‘Can Never Be Justified’ (Nov. 20, 2020)
5. Portnoy Flips Sundial Growers For $50K Profit: ‘That’s How You Do It Boys’ (Feb. 11, 2021)
7. $1,000, 5 Years Later: How Much Would Tesla Stock Be Worth? (Jan. 28, 2021)
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