Scott discusses what’s unique about Reddit’s upcoming IPO and shares his thoughts on its $60 million AI content licensing deal with Google. We also break down Capital One’s acquisition of Discover, and Scott makes a prediction around whether or not it will be approved. Finally, Scott and Ed take a look at Nvidia’s supreme impact on the global markets.
Scott breaks down why Airbnb’s stock fell despite strong earnings, and explains why he’s considering selling some of his largest holding. He then discusses Lyft’s earnings report typo and shares a similar personal story. Finally, he takes a look at Arm’s stock and questions whether its rally is owed to AI hype or AI washing.
Aswath Damodaran returns to the show to discuss the Magnificent Seven and how to look under the radar for the next generation of big companies. He breaks down the consolidating streaming industry and explains why he’s never owned Netflix. He also shares why he recently added Tesla to his portfolio, and why he calls it his corporate teenager. Finally, he offers some advice on navigating the Chinese market.
Scott shares his thoughts on Byron Allen’s $14.3 billion offer to buy Paramount, and identifies who would be a better acquirer. He also breaks down the latest earnings from luxury powerhouse LVMH, explains why its stock has underperformed, and discusses the problems with family businesses. Finally, he takes a look at the outcome of the shareholder lawsuit against Elon Musk.
Scott shares his thoughts on why VC-backed startups are burning through so much cash, and what 2024 has in store for them. He then breaks down Netflix’s latest earnings and discusses its unexpected competition. Finally, he takes a look at China’s markets in light of the country’s struggling economy.
Scott shares his thoughts on Elon Musk’s demands for a 25% stake in Tesla. He also takes a look at the latest bank earnings and breaks down why 2023 was the most profitable year ever for JP Morgan Chase, while Citigroup swung to a loss in the fourth quarter. He also discusses best practices for firing or letting people go.
Scott shares his thoughts on who stands to win and lose after the SEC’s approval of eleven bitcoin ETFs. He also discusses a scandal in the startup world and explains why there’s enormous opportunity in the secondary market. Finally, he breaks down his investment plans for 2024.
Scott and Ed discuss predictions for 2024 including Scott’s stock picks, OpenAI’s valuation, and the future of Youtube, Tiktok, Whatsapp, and GLP-1 drugs. They also discuss comments from the predictions livestream audience and address pushback on some of Scott’s takes. Finally, we hear 2024 predictions from our listeners.
Scott shares his thoughts on why Google lost Epic’s lawsuit, while Apple was able to win in a similar case. He then discusses what it means to devalue a currency, and whether or not Argentina can turn its economy around. Finally, he breaks down the largest sports contract in history, and explains what working professionals can learn from it when it comes time to negotiate compensation.
Scott breaks down his wins and loses amid crypto’s bull market this year. He also shares his thoughts on the state of the airline industry and whether or not Hawaiian Airlines could make a good merger arbitrage trade. Finally, he and Ed discuss why Elon Musk needs to raise $1 billion for his AI company.