Stock Market, Main Street, and Digital

Businesses with a digital focus who were already fully integrated with the future economy are gaining market share day by day. Those who didn't are being left behind, but may not be dead yet. They either have one now and are implementing it ferociously or they will never open again. Now, what if you are … Continue reading Stock Market, Main Street, and Digital

Back into Bitcoin

Over the past few weeks, I have begun reading everything I can get my hands on regarding the international monetary system. With the increase in the Fed's balance sheet and the amount of money that will need to be pumped into the system, I find myself wondering what the future monetary system will look like. … Continue reading Back into Bitcoin

Killers of the Flower Moon

Michael Burry, the renowned fund manager who called the mortgage crisis in '07-'09  and was immortalized in "The Big Short", recently took to Twitter to opine that the current COVID lockdown should end immediately. Despite my disagreements to this, I followed him to better understand the argument for "opening" the economy sooner rather than later, … Continue reading Killers of the Flower Moon

Chamath Palihapitiya Went on CNBC and His Point Was Completely Missed on Allowing Companies to Fail

Yesterday, Chamath Palihapitiya went on CNBC and stated that companies should be allowed to fail rather that get taxpayer money. https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/1248425968529821696 While the host, Scott Wapner, couldn't seem to wrap his head around this idea, I completely agree with it. Ok. I'm aware that no company could have foreseen a pandemic of this magnitude where … Continue reading Chamath Palihapitiya Went on CNBC and His Point Was Completely Missed on Allowing Companies to Fail