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1 year ago

(Jan 16, 2021 06:42)

Is there a Warren Buffet for the tech sector?

For a while now, I have been doing a lot of research into the stock market. And the most reasonable voice I found is Warrent Buffet. Is there someone profound like him who thinks about the tech sector? Especially about companies that yet have to beome profitable?

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1 year ago

(Jan 16, 2021 03:48)

Predictions on commercial real estate?

Theres many predictions that companies may shift towards work from home even when pandemic ends, and that traditional office jobs may go away. Ive heard two arguments: Having employees work from home lowers operating expense on not having to lease out large office buildings. Also have had it counter argued that many office managers are old dinosaurs who resist change and will bring people back regardless, or that many people want to get out of the house and wont be pushed to want to work from home. Obviously, if people go back to the office, then theres always a market and a real estate fun will be a valuable part of the portfolio. If work from home is the norm that market will not do so hot. ​ Whats your prediction? Traditionally ive been told have a little in the portfolio but worried on this one.

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1 year ago

(Jan 16, 2021 12:08)

How do I get an investor back to the negotiating table???

I have social app with its own private island for the users to come. Basically an island club for digital nomads, remote workers and nature lovers. You pay an annual fee and come at your convenience, also everything on the island is influence by users online. We have an MVP and users from 30 countries. Asset is total $11MM I was looking for $1MM for 10% I've done about 5 pitch deck presentations. One investor was really enthusiastic about the startup and offered $1.5M then suddenly backed out within a week. Basically he was introduced to me by someone else for a finder's fee. He said he was interested and cited that our project is unique but once I asked for a 30 min Google conference he backed out. He's not a typical investor, just a rich guy seating on a pile of cash. ​ What do I do to get him on the negotiating table? Or is the deal dead before even started?

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1 year ago

(Jan 16, 2021 01:02)

The picture above shows CopenHill in Copenhagen, designed by starchitect Bjarke Ingels. It’s a massive incinerator designed to generate energy from an annual 485,000 tons of household waste, but it’s also — wait for it — a ski slope with a cafe, climbing wall, hiking trail and small forested area. It is just one of the extraordinary creations depicted in Beatrice Galilee's new book Radical Architecture of the Future, which argues that the world's best designers are already delivering a template for what the world could and should look like. Galilee highlights examples from around the world, including Taiwan, South Africa, Italy and Mexico. Click the link in bio to see more projects that could serve as a guide for a more radical architectural future.

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1 year ago

(Jan 16, 2021 05:56)

Any book recommendations for a new business owner?

In a few months I am buying out an established business. It is dog training sevices. I have my resources for training dogs, but I would like to get more knowledge on how to RUN a business. A lot of books I've found are for start up businesses, would this be considered a start up? If not, what book recommendations do you have for me? I'm a big reader. Thank you! Edit: or if you have any tips personally, I would love to hear them!

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1 year ago

(Jan 16, 2021 08:25)

5 Mistakes new investors make

1. Learning from the wrong people - Focus on learning from those who are successful/profitable investors, with a long history of outperformance. 2. Risk management - Poor or lack of proper risk management protocols and procedures will cause negative performance. 3. Investing emotionally - Investing requires complete emotional detachment and objective, logical and rational thinking. 4. Unrealistic expectations - The top investors and fund managers make between 19% - 35% compounding annually over periods of 30-50 years. If you think you can beat those records, for the most part you’re delusional. 5. Not knowing what you are buying - Focus within your circle of competence and make sure you have a deep and thorough understanding of what you own. Do your research.

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1 year ago

(Jan 16, 2021 01:01)

● "I'm here at Jack Ma's old apartment in Hangzhou." Where is Jack Ma?⠀ ⠀ ● Allen Wan heads to the hometown of China’s billionaire who hasn’t been seen in public since regulators began an investigation into his Alibaba empire. Click the link in our bio to watch the video from quicktake.

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1 year ago

(Jan 16, 2021 03:33)

Comment “Yes” if you agree. 😎

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