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Doge on the mooooon.
If we’re going to see demand-driven inflation anywhere, then the luxury segment is an obvious place to look.
A story of $500,000 stuffed into underwear, skin disease and short sellers.
Michael Mauboussin takes a look at one of the most fraught talking points in investing.
Krugman’s victory; Miami’s nice; the million-dollar pixel; and much more
Beware bond-like volatility with equity-like returns
Highlights from the departing chief economist of the Bank of England’s speeches over the years.
JPMorgan and “Squiddy” are first to report this Wednesday morning.
A quick April update.
Richard Murphy of Tax Justice argues Biden’s tax plan needs robust country-by-country reporting if it’s to stop international tax arbitrage.
Some financiers have too much free time
We need to avoid a socio-economic fallout akin to the 1980s, when Thatcher upended the coal industry
mRNA vaccines; Erdogan’s new dove; data inoperability; Mick Jagger; and much more.
Self-driving cars; Canary Wharf; SPACs
Andrew Yang; Facebook; WallStreet Bets and much more . . .
Housing booms; Agricultural calamities; Unionisation
Archegos; inflation; tax; and much more.
It’s easy to be profitable if your real unique selling point is being a beneficiary of regulatory arbitrage.
Culture wars; laws of physics; the faltering global middle class; Gate 35X; and much more.
Time to get creative.
Substack; David Cameron; Communist virtue signalling
A moat could be a tricky thing to maintain once everyone realises that fees can add up to more than 20 per cent.
The Winkleveii, Amazon, phantom cows and much more . . .
Due to deteriorating media market conditions, Alphaville is narrowing the range of its first immortalised-on-the-blockchain offering to 5-8 pence per pixel. Or $1m per Jemima Kelly.
FTAV is experimenting with a markets chat on Clubhouse. Join them.
Pianos; words; Northern Tories; stripes; and much more.
A tale of when Spac projections meet reality.
Chef exposures; Wages; Canoo
Space is the place for tractors, Netflix and 3D printing ETFs.
McFlurry; J&J; WeWork and much more . . .
Streaming socialism has a reality problem.
Amazon; Tetris; Cleopatra; strange expenses; and much more.
Dubious Amazon claims; dubious Tesla claims; Deliveroo; and much more.
And pretty much nobody has heard of it.
When cultural norms are in limbo, it pays to invest in the propagation and preservation of iconic internet moments