Jun 22, 2020This week in KeyStone’s Stock Talk Podcast we start by discussing the idea that the market may be headed for a ‘lost decade’. The idea, while not new, was brought front of mind this week in a note from Bridgewater, the largest hedge fund manager in the world. We also circle back on last weeks thoughts about the surge in Day Trading activity as the author of the book "A Random Walk Down Wall Street" cited the same study we noted in our episode last week as evidence day trading is not a smart idea for the average investor. In our Your Stock, Our Take segment we take a look at a couple of highly published names from the past several weeks. The first, Nikola Corp. (NKLA:NASDAQ), the would be designer and manufacturer of electric and fuel cell vehicles including semis and trucks, with no sales that recently IPO’d on the market and holds an astonishing $24 Billion current market cap. The second is the embattled and debt-heavy Hertz Global Holdings, Inc. (HTZ:NYSE), which saw its stock crater over this year, but somehow bounce when it filed for bankruptcy. It appears the rout in the stock is back on – we let you know if there is any hope.