• 4-Quart air fryer • Air crisp, bake, roast, broil, dehydrate • Enjoy fried food with up to 75% less fat than traditional cooking methods (Tested against deep-fried, hand-cut French fries). • It combines pressure-cooking and air frying.
• It pressures cooks to lock in juices and finishes with a crisp. Then drop the crisping lid to give your meal a crispy finish.
• 1400-Watt Food • 6.5-Quart non-stick ceramic coated pot • 4-Quart cook & crisp non-stick ceramic coated basket • Pressure lid • Reversible steam/broil rack • Crisper pan • Roasting rack insert • Chef-created recipe book with 50 recipes and cooking charts Prices & sales dates may change at any time without notice.
This is just a posting of a deal and not an endorsement or recommendation of any product or of Costco. Feb 12th, 2020 7:23 pm WaiL76513 Newbie Jul 14, 2019 98 posts 91 up votes Price: $99.99 Retailer: Costco Saw this air fryer on sale at Costco Richmond Hill.
Feb 12th, 2020 7:36 pm vancityguy0 Deal Addict Dec 18, 2017 1180 posts 2425 up votes Vancouver, BC And this is a hot deal because? Isn’t this just its regular price? Feb 12th, 2020 7:45 pm jackass_ca Deal Guru Jan 6, 2005 11595 posts 2982 up votes Last edited by jackass_ca on Feb 12th, 2020 7:55 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Feb 12th, 2020 8:12 pm DimsumDeals Deal Addict Aug 16, 2017 1528 posts 643 up votes Toronto I bought this for 84.99 + tax when they had it on sale inshore at Costco. Feb 13th, 2020 7:41 pm Shinto Member Feb 9, 2002 348 posts 29 up votes Toronto I bought this a month ago for $99 and the only downside I've had been the size of the bowl.
I'm on the fence about returning it and buying the Instant version of Hairdryer. As for how it cooks: -Fries are plan. (Jerk pork, Sweet Sour pineapple pork, Roasted Pork Belly) tribal came out alright just need to watch the thickness of the cut -Frozen Breakfast sausages needed to spend a few min son a frying pan after the air fryer.
Canadian Tire Addict # Of Hot Deals Posted = 6 My Headwear Feb 13th, 2020 9:24 pm torontocanada1968 Member Jul 20, 2016 297 posts 271 up votes Shinto wrote: I bought this a month ago for $99 and the only downside I've had been the size of the bowl.
I'm on the fence about returning it and buying the Instant version of Hairdryer. As for how it cooks: -Fries are plan. Just give 10 second shake every 4-5 minutes 3) I've done 20 chicken tenders/MOZ sticks.
Feb 14th, 2020 10:40 am Ravened Deal Addict Jun 11, 2016 1519 posts 2210 up votes I like it and feel the price is fair for the amount of times I use it per week. It takes a bit to get use to and there's a lot of trial/error involved until you figure how to cook/ air fry to your taste.
Things I've cooked: McCain fries, homemade fries, chicken wings, Costco frozen wings, shrimp, salmon, whole chicken, Italian sausages, chicken breast, drumsticks, onion rings, frozen battered fish, breakfast sausages and bacon, frozen hamburgers etc... sure am I forgetting some. Feb 14th, 2020 7:53 pm warding Member Jan 19, 2006 364 posts 36 up votes Paid $99 for this Xmas 2018.
Buying low and selling high may be a bit hackneyed, but it’s true, and truth has staying power. But the markets are up. That's where the Wall Street pros can lend a hand. We used Pranks' database to pinpoint three stocks that fit a profile: a share price that has dropped over 30% in the last 12 months, but with at least double-digit upside potential, according to analysts.
The study covers 1,400 locations in 32 countries around the world. Esperion shares peaked last February, after the FDA approvals, but since then, the stock has declined. Despite a challenging launch for Extol and Realized, product growth has continued in 3Q against the backdrop of a contracting LDL-C market.
Treating liver disease through the For biology has direct applications for PBC, and is showing promise treating complications from NASH.ICT shares dropped sharply last summer, when the FDA rejected the company’s application to approve Oct for treatment of NASH-related liver fibrosis. She sees the leadership transition as part of these efforts, and writes, “ believe that Dr. Pulaski's dedication to transform the liver space is still strong, and that he will continue to guide ICT's progress as an advisor and Board member.
Additionally, we have had the pleasure of working closely with Jerry Durst and believe that he will transform the company and lead ICT's success in growing the PBC market and the path to potential approval and commercial launch of Oct in NASH.” Rahimi takes a long-term bullish stance on ICT, giving the stock an Overweight (i.e. Buy) rating and an $82 price target. The company has been working, in conjunction with Galápagos (LPG), on development of filgotinib as a treatment for rheumatoid arthritis.
While the drug received EU and Japanese approval in September 2020, the FDA has withheld approval and Gilead announced in December that it was suspending US development efforts on the drug. Even so, Gilead retains a diverse and active research pipeline, with over 70 research candidates at varying stages of the development and approval process for a wide range of diseases and conditions, including HIV/AIDS, inflammatory & respiratory diseases, cardiovascular disease, and hematology/oncology. On a positive note, Gilead posted Q3 earnings above estimates, with the top line revenue, of $6.58 billion, beating the forecast by 6% and growing 17% year-over-year. The company updated its full-year 2020 guidance on product sales from $23 billion to $23.5 billion. Among the bulls is Oppenheimer analyst Hart Singh, who gives GILD shares an Outperform (i.e. Buy) rating and $100 price target.
(To watch Singh’s track record, click here)Backing his stance, Singh writes, “We continue to believe in our thesis of (1) a dependable remdesivir/other medicines business against SARS-CoV flares, (2) a base business (HIV/oncology/CV) growing low-single digits over the next couple of years, (3) operating leverage providing greater earnings growth, and (4) a 3-4% dividend yield.” What does the rest of the Street think? A Democrat victory in both Georgia runoff elections could have huge implications for tax and spending policy, the shape of the coronavirus recovery and the stock market outlook.
Workhorse Group Inc. (NASDAQ: KHS) booked its largest order of electric last-mile delivery vans to date. “This large order solidifies our first-mover advantage and indicates the heightened interest in our last-mile delivery products,” Workhorse CEO Duane Hughes said in the release. Workhorse shares traded at 21.32, up 7.79% at 2:52 p.m. EST Monday.
“Pride is excited to establish this new partnership, which will add last-mile delivery vehicles to our existing product offering,” CEO Sam Johan said. Hitachi Capital America is financing the inventory of both the Workhorse and Tesla purchases. Related articles: Analysts' patience wearing thin with Workhorse delaysWorkhorse says 36% of plant workers impacted by COVID Hitachi will benchmark Workhorse operations and build dealer networkClick for more Heatwaves articles by Alan Adler. See more from Bending * Click here for options trades from Bending * 5 Predictions For Retail Supply Chains In 2021 * Daily Infographic: Google Maps' COVID-19 Analytic Adjustment© 2021 Benzinga.com.
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks will sink in coming months before resuming their record-setting rally and faster growth will spark inflation and higher yields in Treasuries, according to Byron Wain’s annual list of surprises. The S&P 500 will tumble almost 20% in the first half of 2021 and then advance to 4,500, according to a statement co-written by Wain, vice chairman of Blackstone Group Inc.’s private wealth solutions business, and Chief Investment Strategist Joe Idle. A year ago, he predicted the S&P 500 would extend its record-setting rally, eclipsing 3,500 at some point, and subdued economic growth would prompt the Federal Reserve to lower its benchmark interest rate to 1%.
The equity gauge finished the year at an all-time high of 3,756.07. Some of his forecasts for 2020 didn’t come true, including a rally in oil above $70 a barrel and a jump in 10-year Treasury yields toward 2.5%. Pessimism over tech giants such as Apple Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. losing market leadership also proved misplaced. For the coming year, Wain and Idle expect the Fed and the Treasury will continue their accommodate policies to bolster the economy.
Faster inflation, while still modest, is set to fuel gains in gold and boost the allure of cryptocurrencies, they say. The duo also project a reversal in the U.S. dollar’s decline as a strengthening economy and financial markets lure investors “disenchanted” with the rising debt and slower growth of Europe and Japan. Wien says his surprise list is made up of events that investors assign 1-in-3 odds of happening but that he thinks are more than 50% likely.
Below are his other calls for 2021:The Fed extends the duration of bond purchases in order to prevent higher rates at the long end of the reformer President Donald Trump starts his own television network and plans his 2024 campaign Chinese shares to lead emerging markets as President Joe Biden begins to restore trade relationships with ChinaCyclical shares lead defensive, small-caps beat large-caps. Big-cap tech, likely the source of liquidity, will lag for the earth Justice Department softens its case against Google and Facebook, persuaded by the argument that the consumer actually benefits from the services provided by these companies price of West Texas Intermediate oil rises to $65 a barrel amid a return to normal economic activity.
Both energy bonds and stocks rally(Updates with more predictions starting in seventh paragraph)For more articles like this, please visit us at Bloomberg.subscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P. Speculation has mounted over the reason behind his disappearance, which some publications have connected to a late October speech in which he appeared to call for a reform of China's banking system.
Of course, the perennial laggard AT&T is a special case, saddled with years of debt accumulated by poorly executed purchases that include 2015's disastrous DirecTV acquisition. The company also overpaid for Time Warner in 2016, but that bet could eventually pay off, with the new HBO Max streaming service growing at a healthy pace.
Bitcoin is charting a typical bull market correction amid increased expectations for price volatility. The expiration will increase the amount of shares available to trade by more than 20%, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The company -- and closely-followed peers including Penn National Gaming Inc., a minority owner of Barstool Sports -- soared this past year on the promise of expanded legalization in states including New York, and easier access for users where the service is already legal. DraftKings is still up 156% since it went public through a reverse merger in April, but has tumbled more than 25% from an October record as investors have weighed its next business steps and $18 billion valuation.
Shares fell 3.7% on Monday. Bets against the company have held steady over the past month, with roughly 6.8% of shares available for trading sold short, according to financial analytics firm S3 Partners. A Draft Kings spokesperson declined a request for comment. Despite the recent struggles, Greenblatt Securities analyst Bernie McTiernan last month named Draft Kings and Penn National top picks for 2021 and called out the pair’s “attractive upside with near-term potential catalysts.” After its last lockup expiration, Draft Kings dipped just 0.4% when about 37 million shares became available in November. The shares also fell 4.6% after another lockup ended in October. Shalom McKenzie, a billionaire Israeli executive who merged his company with Draft Kings, and Raise Capital LLC are among the top holders.
Northern Genesis Acquisition Corp (NYSE: NGA) shares are rallying on news the company has a deal with Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) for electric vehicles and an equity stake. What Happened: Lion Electric is set to go public with Space Northern Genesis Acquisition Corp. Amazon Logistics is listed as the specified customer after being unnamed in previous Northern Genesis filings. Under the terms of the deal, Lion Electric is required to reserve a portion of its manufacturing capacity for up to 500 trucks per year from 2021 to 2025.
The company sees 2021 revenue hitting $204 million from 650 units sold and 2023 revenue hitting $1.67 billion from 7,580 units sold.NGA Price Action: Shares of Northern Genesis were up more than 12% in early Monday trading. Disclosure: The author has a long position in shares of NGA. See more from Bending * Click here for options trades from Bending * 10 Top Space Picks For Investors To Consider In 2021 * Exclusive: Romeo Power's CEO On 'The Electrification Decade'© 2021 Benzinga.com. When looking for the best artificial intelligence stocks to buy, identify companies using AI technology to improve products or gain a strategic edge, such as Microsoft, Netflix and Nvidia.