The SPACs just keep coming. EV manufacturer Lucid Motors plans to IPO via Michael Klein's Churchill Capital. Zero revenue and a $24 billion proforma valuation. I find it fascinating that "sober" investors such as Fidelity and BlackRock participate in these bubble deals. Link HERE. Another SPAC listing will take place when Apex Clearing completes its … Continue reading SPAC-Mania, Bitcoin and The Fed
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Cerner, Epic, Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce and more will spearhead the Vaccination Passport. Tickers mentioned: AAPL, AMZN, CERN, CHNG/UNH, CRM, FB, GOOG, MSFT, ORCL, RAMP One could argue that we already have National ID cards. Our digital footprint serves as a unique identifier and is easy to aggregate using cross-device tracking technology served up by Google, … Continue reading A Vaccination Passport Is Coming. Digital Currency and A National ID Card Are Next.
More precisely - "will central banks allow decentralized digital currencies to exist over the long-term?" The short answer is we do not know for sure, but there certainly is an incentive for the Federal Reserve and other central banks to want to tame any currency that falls outside of central banks' sphere of control. Central … Continue reading Will The Federal Reserve Allow Bitcoin to Exist Long-Term?
It would appear so as the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston is partnering with MIT to explore digital currency. The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston is partnering with MIT on the Digital Currency Initiative ("DCI"). DCI will collaborate with the Bank to build a hypothetical digital currency. The Fed and MIT will collaborate in a … Continue reading Is The Federal Reserve Warming Up To Digital Currency?
Elliot Management is moving to acquire Board seats at Twitter. CEO Jack Dorsey would have done well to have followed our December 2017 advice offered in the TEK2day article: "Distracted CEOs and CEO Overreach." Our position has always been that CEOs have a fiduciary responsibility to shareholders in that they owe 100% of their focus … Continue reading Advice to CEO’s: Pick One. It May Save Your Job