Great little video about why Warren Buffett started a partnership and not a mutual fund. Its all about the terminology.
Here is a great video on some of Warren Buffett’s very simple ideas and principles. It doesn’t elaborate on some of the key points, but it’s a great starting point.
I have found myself Tweeting a lot more over the past couple of months and getting more engagements and interactions on the platform. There seems to be something in the water at Twitter at the moment – as they seem to be going through a big change in innovation and launching more and more product (Twitter Spaces is a great example of this).
I would love to see Twitter Space become its own standalone app (as currently it is quite hard to find who is talking, when and where). Twitter also recently acquire a Newsletter company, so it seems like they are now trying to make a conscious effort to push through monetization for creators in all shapes and forms.
Great moves overall… Im very bullish on Twitter over the next 10 years.
(at the time of writing this Twitter has a $48 billion market cap with $3.7 billion in revenues over the last 12 months). In 10 years I can easily see Twitter being a $300 billion market cap company.
Currently – No.
Webull is currently only available in the US, Brazil, Japan, and India and is yet to go live in the UK.
However, it is only a matter of time before it makes its way to the UK.
Wayfair has seen amazing growth over the past year to the point of growing over 250% in the past 12 months.
Coronavirus has caused a lot of people around the world to work from home and to remain at home. It seems people have been focusing on home improvements and gardening.
Warner Music Group is going live on the NASDAQ today. Warner are offering 77 million class A shares at $25 a share. If Warner opens up at $25 per share that means they will have a $12.8 billion valuation.
It’s going to be very interesting to see if investors have an appetite for music companies again.
Underwriters for the new offering include Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, and Goldman Sachs. Ticker symbol will be WMG.
Warner Music Group has an amazing catalogue, but I’m very keen to learn more about their recent investments and what other industries they think they can enter, because doing the old record label model just isn’t going to gain enough growth over the next 20 years.
Bill Ackman is an investor that many people across the world follow. Here is an interested snippet from an interview with Bill (not sure the date), but it provides an idea on what type of companies Bill really wants to invest in.
If you searched for Xiaomi ADRs, you’ve inevitably come across both
XIACY. What’s the difference? You cannot trade
XIACF as a retail investor because it’s a “privately placed” ADR under SEC Rule 144A. This means that they’re for qualified institutional buyers (QIBs) only. QIBs want and contribute to the 25x higher average trading volume than
XIACY. Volume ensures there are enough buyers and sellers to trade with you. Information and services are also limited to QIBs.