On today’s show we discuss:
- Liftoff, our automated asset management program
- Fantasy stocks at Wealthbase
- How luck influenced your life this year
- Where does the WSJ find these people?
- A Roth IRA or a traditional one?
- Now showing Japan
- Amazon is ruthless
- Wonder Woman 1984
- It’s a Wonderful Life
- Die Hard
- Doctor Sleep
- The Midnight Sky
- The Bourne Identity
"We show theoretically and empirically that flows into index funds raise the prices of large stocks in the index disproportionately more than the prices of small stocks…Flows predict a high future return of the small-minus-large index portfolio." https://t.co/1D2ZshhSyq pic.twitter.com/Gh7UpBRgij
— Ralph Sueppel (@macro_srsv) December 28, 2020
Wow, they're talking about a $6 trillion stimulus package.
A trillion is such a big number that it loses all meaning.
Here's some context, one trillion seconds is 31,709 years.
— Michael Batnick (@michaelbatnick) March 24, 2020
And here's your mind-blowing ARK Stat of the Day: $ARKK's volume on Christmas Eve (a half day in stock mkt) this year was $541m. On Christmas Eve 2019 it traded $4m. Just a little 135x increase lol. pic.twitter.com/ux4ZxAcKeX
— Eric Balchunas (@EricBalchunas) December 28, 2020
Dave Portnoy of @barstoolsports has raised over $6 million dollars for small businesses.
He’s already done more than our Congress.
— Ryan Fournier (@RyanAFournier) December 26, 2020
Does anyone even know that CBS All Access' big budget Stephen King adaptation of THE STAND came out a week ago?
If it aired on Netflix, HBO, Disney+… everyone would
— Matthew Ball (OOO) (@ballmatthew) December 24, 2020
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