In my Part 1 of my series on meme stocks, I explained how Elon Musk is using the new communication form of Internet memes to drive up the price of both Dogecoin and Bitcoin.
One of the principles of value investing – the style of investing favored by Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger – is to find “stocks on sale.”
I have a dream for the next four years. It’s one word: unity.
I’m writing this from the United States of America, where unity is literally part of our name. (It’s not called the Bickering States of America.)
In our recent Boston Blockchain Association Online Meetup, we hosted John Sarson of Sarson Funds, and he said something that really resonated with me.
To build long-term wealth, we use a concept called steady-drip investing.
Each month, we tuck away a little bit of money, and invest it into a blend of traditional and digital investments (the stock market and the block market).
Some people are making mountains of money in the new world of DeFi. Others are losing their life savings.
If you read only one economics book in your lifetime, let it be Economics in One Lesson.
Mati Greenspan and I were talking recently about basic investing principles. He was marveling that people are still buying Tesla stock at $2,000 a share. “People don’t understand valuation,” he said.
Here’s the announcement of the new blockchain education program with the Massachusetts state government. It’s a big deal.
In the midst of a boatload of bad news these few weeks, there was a huge sign of hope.
The World Economic Forum (think of them like the United Nations of money) launched a new campaign called “The Great Reset.” I encourage you to watch the 90-second video here.