Apple is Make or Break

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Join Downtown Josh Brown and Michael Batnick for another round of What Are Your Thoughts? On this week’s episode, Josh and Michael discuss the biggest topics in investing and finance, including:

►Things Changed – Less than a year ago, Zoom had a larger market cap than Netflix has today.

►Apple is Make or Break – “Apple Is the Last FAANG Standing.”

►Thinking about Inflation – “One of the most common arguments made about inflation with respect to your income isn’t exactly correct.”

►Can Tesla Sell Insurance? – “Tesla recently began underwriting auto insurance for customers”

►Sell bonds buy stocks – “We could see long-term yields rising further as investors demand higher compensation.”

►Massive Crypto Hacks – “One per week, last week’s was the fifth largest on record”

►Preventing Recession – Can the government prevent a recession by sending checks at the first sign of economic weakness?

►The New Rev Growth – Investors were primarily concerned with a company’s revenue growth. That has changed. What is behind this change in sentiment? What stat do investors care most about now?

And much more!

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