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I was very excited when Apple announced the Apple Watch Ultra this fall. I’ve been wearing an Apple Watch on my wrist nearly every day since they were first released seven years ago. What was so exciting about the Ultra is that it seemed to be targeted directly at me. I’m an avid hiker/backpacker and love being outdoors, and I’ve used a regular Apple Watch to track these activities but would love for a device that even better fits this use.
I don’t think you can properly test a device like this without taking it out into the field. So the day my Ultra arrived, I booked myself onto a sleeper train up to the Scottish Highlands for a three day hiking trip to really see how it performed. I ended up hiking just over 61 miles.
CNBC's Jim Cramer on Tuesday highlighted his list of "dirty dozen" companies that exemplify the losses incurred by investors who funneled their cash into initial public offerings and other risky stocks.
"Some of the most egregious offenders were the dirty dozen that hit you with repeated unsportsmanlike conduct … and ultimately put your portfolio on injured reserve," he said.
Here are the dirty dozen:
Cramer came up with his list by running a screen on initial public offerings from 2020 and 2021 that are now down 50% or more from their 52-week highs.
This year's market downturn, spurned by persistent inflation, the Federal Reserve's interest rate hikes and Russia's invasion of Ukraine has hit the IPO market hard as investors have turned away from risky growth…
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters Tuesday that the mysterious leaks in two European gas pipelines emphasize the need to transition the United States, Europe, and Western allies to clean energy sources.
Authorities discovered damaged pipes in both the Nord Stream I and II systems early Tuesday morning. The leaks effectively end hopes that Europe could receive any more natural gas from Russia before the winter, and multiple officials, including Secretary of State Antony Blinken, suggested the leaks might be the result of an attack or sabotage by Russian forces.
Jean-Pierre declined to confirm or deny reports of sabotage but reiterated past rhetoric during Tuesday's White House press briefing about Russian President Vladimir Putin weaponizing the energy sector.
"Putin has weaponized energy, and we have said this many times before," she stated. "This just drives home the importance of our efforts to work together to get alternative gas supplies to Europe and to support efforts to reduce gas consumption, accelerate true energy independence by moving to a clean-energy economy."
Norway's Petroleum Safety Authority issued a warning of multiple unidentified…