Hockey Sticks

By: Robert Grosshandler | November 27, 2020

A graph that moves up and to the right radically is often called a “hockey stick”. The interpretation of a hockey stick graph highly depends on the subject. New infections? A Bad Thing. Stock price or new members? A Good Thing.

I’m happy to share some graphs with you. This is not MNPI (material non public information) because these numbers are available to anybody on our site instantly, at any time. Looking at them in a visual manner can help to highlight changes.

10/1/20 – 11/26/20

Stock Price

Courtesy of eTrade

Correleation or causation? I’m still not sure. But both graphs are pleasing to see.


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