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If central banks can print money out of thin air, why can’t the rest of us?
FT Alphaville is looking for writers.
Just in time for Christmas.
Texas; speculation; ARKK; and much more.
Ceci n'est pas an ICO. Or an IPO. It's a direct listing.
Time is a flat circle
Craig-toshi Nakamoto is back. And he means business.
It depends on what side of the pond you live.
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Did someone say froth?
Rishi meets: Lady Mone of Mayfair.
Electric vehicle stocks are getting crushed. Colour us surprised.
Dalio on the bubble; Bitcoin; Fox News and much more . . .
Russell Brand on the media; Fox News; Productivity growth
Private equity’s nursing home record; endowments; Gupta and much more . . .
Embracing nuclear power; embracing the nervous breakdown; abandoning value; abandoning freezing Texans; and much more.
A continuing regulatory ban on the secondary market trading of Venezuelan bonds risks balkanising global capital markets.
Populism’s costs; Ted Cruz; free speech; and much more.
Disclosures that make you go hmmm.
As BlackRock reveals it is dabbling in bitcoin, it’s time to ponder how institutional money will impact bitcoin’s prices, term structure and lending rates.
Grandmaster Jay should stick to his guns.
JPMorgan is buying the decade-long dip.
This was nuts, but our take was rash.
BYD makes mask; WFH; the Steve Jobs of audio . . .
A Monday morning chart to tide you over.
Excess Profit Duty was used to help pay for World War One and stem social tensions; it deserves a second look today.
Woodford’s back; the king of SPACs; the long hack; online sales tax; and much more.
Upside: it’ll never die. Downside? Your love just might.
The Capitol rioters’ financial difficulties; Berkeley bans outdoor exercise; bitcoin mining; herd immunity; and much more.
If Andrés Arauz takes control of the South American oil exporting country in April there is likely to be much structural monetary experimentation.
Ties are bad; Brexit is still bad; Zero Covid is good.
Reality just became even more distorted at Elon Musk’s company.
Post from ‘u/TSLAinsider’ appeared on the bitcoin subreddit five weeks ago.
Stimmys; short sellers; spacs and much more . . .