Archive for January 27th, 2021

So schadenfreude in the general direction of hedge funds is underscored by the fact that I don’t have a dog in this… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1354652931996471296

So schadenfreude in the general direction of hedge funds is underscored by the fact that I don’t have a dog in this…

https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1354652931996471296

In the interest of full disclosure, I don’t currently own stock in any company unless it’s part of an index fund. T… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1354652602907172865

In the interest of full disclosure, I don’t currently own stock in any company unless it’s part of an index fund. T…

https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1354652602907172865

RT @jamiebyrne: Robinhood turned out to be the most appropriately named company of all time.

RT @jamiebyrne: Robinhood turned out to be the most appropriately named company of all time.

@politicalmath Buy call options rather than buying the stock directly. Provides more leverage for the money.

@politicalmath Buy call options rather than buying the stock directly. Provides more leverage for the money.

RT @WillBrinson: A hedge fund is angry because a bunch of people got together, pooled a ton of money and bought stocks in the hopes of mass…

RT @WillBrinson: A hedge fund is angry because a bunch of people got together, pooled a ton of money and bought stocks in the hopes of mass…

@BrinTx03 Yeah, maybe long enough to figure out how to move my existing plan over to a different-billing-system equivalent :)

@BrinTx03 Yeah, maybe long enough to figure out how to move my existing plan over to a different-billing-system equivalent 🙂

RT @_comrade_c: Marx in a letter to his uncle, 1864: “I have, which will surprise you not a little, been speculating — partly in American…

RT @_comrade_c: Marx in a letter to his uncle, 1864:

“I have, which will surprise you not a little, been speculating — partly in American…