William Shatner is heading to space!
Daniel and I open today’s show with some banter about our favorite Shatner roles… and whether we’d go to space for a thrill. [0:40]
Earnings season is officially underway… And now is a great time to sift through company reports for the best ideas…
We discuss what stood out to us about Delta Airlines’ quarterly results… and why this company has a fantastic long-term outlook. [4:10]
On JPMorgan’s earnings call, CEO Jamie Dimon said he doesn’t think supply chains will be a talking point by next year.
While I disagree with this, Daniel believes a recent sign is pointing to the bottom of supply chain woes. [8:50]
On BlackRock’s earnings call, CEO Larry Fink pointed out the obvious—that inflation isn’t transitory… and energy prices will continue rising for the foreseeable future. Daniel and I discuss the factors behind rising costs… and why you need to prepare for higher prices across the board. [15:55]
And finally, the U.S. is now the leader in bitcoin mining. Daniel explains why this is a great teachable moment about innovation… and yet another example of how cryptos are maturing into a dominant asset class. [27:20]
- William Shatner is heading to space [0:40]
- Why Delta Airlines has a fantastic long-term outlook [4:10]
- Are we nearing the bottom of supply chain woes? [8:50]
- Why you need to prepare for higher prices across the board [15:55]
- The U.S. is now the leader in bitcoin mining [27:20]
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