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The House’s Cut is Going Up
Debt Ceiling Drama, AI's Peak, and Expired Coffee
Peter Zeihan on China, Apple, and Europe
Apropos of Something
Big Tech's Banner 2023 Continues
The Chip War’s Next Chapter
Is Zoom Still A Growth Stock?
The Next Chipotle or the Next Sweetgreen?
AI is Much More than ChatGPT
Managing Cash Amid High Inflation
Big Retail, Apple, and the Fight for "Taco Tuesday"
TikTok's 1st Ban
Short-Seller vs Prize Fighter
Buffett's Latest Buys (and Sells)
Time To Buy Golf Stocks?
Making Cash vs Preserving Money
Foolish Advice for College Grads
Alphabet's Event Serves Notice To Wall St.
Money Advice from Moms
Chris Hill forgot about Flipkart $16bil acquisition
Weird episode. Skip.
error in stating book value calculation. it is original cost (less depreciation), not market value.
horrible podcast. I mean talk about something interesting about Intel like exclusivity on new UV equip in 2025 or somethjng
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awesome information... especially regarding the hype and charisma certain leaders of small companies and large alike.
Had me laughing out loud several times; some of these guys have razor sharp wit.
Emily, the company name is snap, not snapchat.
7% of GOOGL market cap is not $20 billion as stated.
I'd really like to drive in a Tesla, especially driving. It seems to me that this is something quite unusual. So far I haven't found an opportunity for this, but I'm sure that sooner or later it will happen. When I was in Miami, I found a cool rental service where you can rent an exotic car, so click this link http://premierautomiami.com/ . The choice is very large, and the prices, of course, are different.
you know it said all you guys do is invite these left-wing political hacks on so they get their little digs in on someone who drove a strong economy and protect the idiot thats there now. it should be f****** ashamed of yourselves
Ben Franklin also left his sister Jane to care for their sickly parents in abject poverty, along with the other children, not providing her with any real financial aid until a few years before she died. Case study in how someone can be wildly successful on one hand and an utter failure on the other.
I rarely comment and I'll admit I'm prob not the biggest fan of Bill Mann to begin with so here's my take. For him to have been so rightly critical of the predatory practices on BN-PL and then turn around and say the US/EU is helping fuel the energy crisis by not producing enough oil and isn't even hurting Russia at all in doing so, is so provably FALSE, the only thing I can dispute is if its misinformation or disinformation. Him and Motley are either bankrolled by oil companies themselves to let this go through (when have you last heard Big Energy be the culprit on this show?), or Bill is a such a good 'opinion columnist' he can be fact-checked by any rando with a wifi connection on their day off. 1. Here an economist shows the sanctions ARE working and are hurting Russia significantly more than Europe: https://youtu.be/Omdq2EvM1dQ Yes, its double-edged but its NOT equal. It is now to the point where people are saying oil prices are now back down to pre-war levels, and the Russian economy is at risk of internal collapse because of their choices. Up-to-date much, trend-setter? 2. It has been a game of finger-pointing on whether oil companies have used the war to take unnecessary record profits in a declining industry by hiking prices and pressing for more drilling sites than they already have, or if Biden's Keystone XL pipeline cancellation (which wouldn't have even been completed until 2023) could have somehow helped alleviate the prices. Can you please explain to me how ensuring more oil in supply in over one year, would help supply set NOW by private companies? This is whataboutism to ignore the very point that the oil companies ARE in fact and HAVE been taking profits for decades at the cost to non-shareholding consumers. You know, that good ol' free market Bill loves to pontificate about but somehow is barely regulated, despite being one of the main measures correlated to any administration's approval. Randomly tacked on the whims of an energy board of investors. https://youtu.be/6GMA2KPaTWw https://youtu.be/WPOU2sBBt1s https://youtu.be/FqNVhiompSc Even if they expected the war to last over several years - which is possible - that still wouldn't affect whether or not Europe is in for a cold winter (which the aforementioned reserves from point 1 show it is not), as Europe is ahead of schedule on reserves this winter. Its good you guys aren't a politics podcast cause your "facts" here are just bad opinions. Money and finance aren't agnostic. Doing the right thing is always harder in money and in life. Its been a long time coming, and the West is now barely starting to wake up to the necessity to wean off of cheaper resources dangled by creeping autocracies. Idiot.
Emily didn't do her homework on 3M. They have massive litigation exposure.