Virgin Galactic: Time's Up

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  • Macro headwinds are increasingly turning against Virgin Galactic's business.
  • Commercial flights remain a distant prospect, even as the costs of everything are soaring.
  • Virgin Galactic's management has a consistent track record of failing to deliver promises.
  • Climate change regulations and Net Zero policies are likely to substantially dampen Virgin Galactic's prospects.

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David McNew

Virgin Galactic (NYSE:SPCE) could have been a good idea, had it been managed by competent people. Unfortunately, the management of this company has a track record of failing to deliver promises, and they have squandered more than a decade of easy money and

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