On today’s show we discuss:
- Is Vanguard too powerful?
- Al Gore on index funds
- Budget busters
- Barron’s roundtable
- The ten best jobs
- Why are there so many mattress stores?
- Apple’s fundamentals are driving returns
- Jeff Gundlach drives asset flows
- Sapphire card is raising fees
- The rise of plant based meat
- New Twitter rules
- I’m a micro influencers
- Can you locate Iran on a map?
S&P 500 futures hit a 10-day low and a 52-week high in the same session today. The last time that happened was…never.
Way to do your thing, dip-buyers.
— SentimenTrader (@sentimentrader) January 8, 2020
1/ A few hours ago, this tweet came to my attention. It's about AirPods revenue and it's not correct. AirPods revenue does not exceed Spotify, Twitter, Snapchat, and Shopify revenue. It's not even close either. pic.twitter.com/EFjCzCjwbz
— Neil Cybart (@neilcybart) January 8, 2020
Do you see what happens, Larry? (In a bull market) pic.twitter.com/xxZyIwhIyy
— Michael Batnick (@michaelbatnick) January 10, 2020
Did you just… invent public parks?
— Elon Muskulloch (@McCullochKW) January 7, 2020
The future of movies will be streamed…https://t.co/SKJZvByGgs
— Rich Greenfield (@RichLightShed) January 13, 2020
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