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You’d Better Start Saving

It was a massive week for Amazon and Tesla, but the real star of the show isn’t even a public company yet…

Don’t Sell That Stock

It’s been an extremely volatile week, and though nothing’s set in stone yet, Pfizer’s vaccine hopes are still something to get excited about.

Just Take A Breath

Between presidential elections, canceled IPOs, and another hectic week of earnings, you’re probably just as tired as we are!

Welcome To Hell Week

We call this ‘hell week’, not because of any pandemic or elections, but because of the sheer mass of earnings reports that we must get through.

The Greatest Truck Ever

We bid farewell to one company but hello to a new Hummer, the same week that Tesla reported its fifth-consecutive profitable quarter.

Cinema is dead

While Apple, Zoom, and Disney made big announcements this week, the cinema industry is in its death throes.

Is Amazon Spying On us?

As if an antitrust recommendation to split Amazon wasn’t enough, now CEO Jeff Bezos has the EU Commission asking him if they’re being spied on.

Palantir Is Watching You

It was a busy week for direct listings as Asana and Palantir got off to a flying start in public life.

California Bans Gas Vehicles

In what must be a first for the Five on Friday, we’ve got 3 separate stories that revolve around the move from fossil fuels to electric. Zoom zoom.

Is TikTok Going Public?

With all the hype surrounding Snowflake’s IPO this week, reports emerging about TikTok’s plans could completely overshadow it.

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The Five on Friday is a weekly digest from MyWallSt's investing team, containing all the biggest news, key dates, facts and figures from the stock market.

Five For Friday: October 16, 2020

Happy Friday, readers!

We’ve arrived at mid-October, and a bunch of fresh new releases have arrived from the harvest. Below you’ll see the latest from death metal stalwarts Benediction, the raw black metal swansong of Ritual Suicide, the newest emanation from Decibel favorites Spirit Adrift, and more!

Benediction – Scriptures

It’s as simple as it is effective. Ingram towers over songs like “Iterations of I,” “The Crooked Man,” “We Are Legion” and early single “Rabid Carnality.” And Rew and Brookes are riffing (and soloing!) like they’re the British equivalent of heyday Rick Hunolt and Gary Holt. Indeed, there’s a fresh stab of kinetic energy in Benediction’s eighth full-length.

Cursed Blood – Taker of Life

Dirty, dark death metal from Greece. The band, which includes members of Dead Congregation and Satan’s Wrath, takes a decidedly punky approach, chopping up the brutality into infectious hooks and punches.

False Gods – No Symmetry … Only Dissolution

From our album premiere earlier this week:

“We have poured every emotion we have into making this record,” says Greg March, one of False Gods guitarists. “Every ounce of love, hate, pain, misanthropy, existential dread and self-loathing that we have in our hearts we were able to channel through us and put it all on wax.

Ritual Suicide – Nocturnal Haematolagnia

From our album premiere earlier this week:

Loud, unbridled, drenched-in-blood raw, yet predatorily methodical with their releases. Even when they ran rampant through the underground, ensanguined and unbound, Ritual Suicide always attacked with intent.

Spirit Adrift – Enlightened in Eternity

Big fan of Spirit Adrift? Well, hey, their on the cover of Decibel‘s November issue. So make sure you pick that up if you haven’t already. Enlightened in Eternity is another addition to their strong body of doomy heavy metal, a cavalry charge of riffs and glory!

This week's volley of new releases includes the latest salvos from Benediction, Spirit Adrift, False Gods and more! ]]>