In this episode I talk about:
Life in shelter-in-place California.
IPO Mania. Snowflake $100 billion valuation and today AirBnB comes out at $100b. DoorDash at $70b. As Nellie would say it is getting hot in here, so we're taking off all our clothes.
HBO, Time Warner and therefore AT&T (all same company) are making big aggressive moves and it may be time to buy the stock...if you think the market will reward them. I think it may!
Facebook is sued by 48 states and the FTC (as an investor no need to worry).
FireEye, a premier cyber-security firm is hacked. Ouch.
Finally, I talk about Tony Hsieh's (founder of Zappos) recent tragic death and his likely struggle with depression and how I too have struggled, and have come to realize (yes very late to the apparently obvious) that a lot of people struggle with depression.
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