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11 months ago

(Feb 21, 2021 05:00)

● At the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, Portnoy pivoted from covering sports as Barstool’s “El Presidente” to live streaming himself making stock picks as “Davey Day Trader.”⠀ ⠀ ● “If you told me that was going to happen six months ago I would’ve looked at you like you had 10 heads,” Portnoy said during an interview on the Masters in Business podcast with Barry Ritholtz.⠀ ⠀ ● Read the interview from October by clicking the link in our bio.

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11 months ago

(Feb 21, 2021 05:00)

It's hard to be an oracle of anything right now. Berkshire Hathaway is back to hoarding cash, suggesting that Warren Buffett is still unsure about stocks in a market rocked by a pandemic, Reddit traders and steep valuations, writes bloombergopinion's Tara Lachapelle. Berkshire Hathaway's investment activity during the final three months of 2020 was all over the place. Buffett’s investment vehicle exited more bank stocks, boosted stakes in some pharmaceutical giants but ditched Pfizer, trimmed its Apple position and bought new holdings in Verizon and Chevron. But maybe there's a solid strategy behind the madness. Tap the link in our bio to find out which of Buffett's bets have paid off.

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11 months ago

(Feb 21, 2021 09:41)

Almost every leader has studied the genius of Steve Jobs, but surprisingly few have studied the genius of those who managed to influence him. https://t.co/6qo6Zo0LD5

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11 months ago

(Feb 21, 2021 02:27)

Michael Burry - "the market is dancing on a knife's edge"

https://twitter.com/michaeljburry/status/1363383141168128004?s=21 “Speculative stock #bubbles ultimately see the gamblers take on too much debt. #MarginDebt popularity accelerates at peaks. At this point the market is dancing on a knife’s edge. Passive investing’s IQ drain, and #stonksgoup hype, add to the danger." https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Euu1vWXVoAA3r6U?format=jpg&name=small There's been a lot of talks about the current market being a bubble, that could be caused by the low interest rates and QE. Michael Burry's latest tweet had a very interesting graph showing margin debt increasing to new highs. Hadn't seen this posted and thought it could made for an interesting discussion.

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11 months ago

(Feb 21, 2021 02:19)

Lucid Motors Reportedly Close to Going Public Via SPAC Route

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11 months ago

(Feb 21, 2021 12:41)

How do you keep yourself motivated and energized?

I'm not an entrepreneur per se but I have various projects and business efforts on top of my (very tiring) regular job. I have a bunch of projects that I feel varying degree of enthusiasm about but on most days I can't bring myself to work on them. Between lockdown exhaustion, work fatigue, a high mental workload, keeping my social life afloat and staying physically fit I often only do small amounts of work on a few projects that I've prioritized.

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11 months ago

(Feb 21, 2021 01:00)

Wealth taxes are being debated from California to the U.K. as a tool both to pay down debt and address inequality. Switzerland’s version offers a rare real-world example of how a levy on assets can work. The measure forces residents in one of the world’s richest nations to tally the value of their investments. We’re talking real estate, cars, fine art, Bitcoin, and even beehives and cows. A percentage is then skimmed off by local governments, varying in size and method depending on the region. It’s working for Switzerland. Tap the link in our bio for more. 📷: Christiane Oelrich/Getty Images

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11 months ago

(Feb 21, 2021 10:01)

Daily General Discussion and spitballin thread

Have a general question? Want to offer some commentary on markets? Maybe you would just like to throw out a neat fact that doesn't warrant a self post? Feel free to post here! This thread is for: * General questions * Your personal commentary on markets * Opinion gathering on a given stock * Non advice beginner questions Keep in mind that this subreddit, and this thread, is not an appropriate venue for questions that should be directed towards your broker's customer support or google. If you would like to ask a question about your personal situation or if you are asking for advice please keep these posts in the daily advice thread as that thread is more well suited for those questions. Any posts that should be comments in this thread will likely be removed.

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