Elon Musk

I Hereby Resign as an Expert on Systemic Racism

Many of the comments on my post yesterday, “Bernie Sanders, Minimum Wage, and Systemic Racism,” March 1, were particularly good. They have convinced me that I need to walk back some of the things I said. Like most people, I hate to admit that I’m […]

Investors and Regulators Can Both Fall for Platform Bubbles

In current discussions of technology markets, few words are heard more often than “platform.” Initial public offering (IPO) prospectuses use “platform” to describe a service that is bound to dominate a digital market. Antitrust regulators use “platform” to describe a service that dominates a digital […]

The confidence man

A few months back, Alex Tabarrok criticized the delay in approving the new vaccines: I am getting very angry at people like Anthony Fauci who say that FDA delay is necessary or useful to alleviate vaccine hesitancy. Fauci told Fox News that the FDA “really […]

FX markets eye Fed, bitcoin turns negative

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Oil steady ahead of OPEC+ meeting, gold hanging around

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Mixed session for stocks, Target crushes earnings

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Canada’s GDP shrinks, but loonie steady

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Euro dips to 4-week low

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My Social Media Experiment: A Self-Assessment

Early last year, I foresaw the epistemic horrors of the impending 2020 election, so I made this pledge. Near the end, I asked Jonathan Haidt a question on twitter, and I impulsively responded to his answer. I’d call that a clear violation of my pledge, […]

Surfing the Waves with Gregor Horvat

In today’s advanced #ElliottWave​​ analysis Gregor dives into the five most interesting opportunities for the week ahead! Original Article