The market has started with a bang this week, at least in terms of news. 

Here's what captured the attention of investors on Monday:

  • The stock market didn't nosedive despite ugly trading throughout the session. TheStreet argues that the market is overdue for a correction, perhaps this month. 
  • Tesla (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk took short-sellers to task over the weekend. The shorts will probably have the last laugh. On a positive note, one analyst thinks Musk's The Boring Company is worth $16 billion. 
  • Struggling video-game seller GameStop (GME) is reportedly exploring a deal to go private. That could mean bad news for the chain looking forward, TheStreet argues.  

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