VTS Community,

Although it doesn’t really affect our investing too much it’s impossible not to mention the absolute blood bath in Facebook yesterday.

Earnings came in and obviously the markets were none too impressed as it tumbled as low as 164.30 from it’s 219 close  (-24.97%).  I got a few emails asking whether we’re going to trade it.  Well maybe, but not today.  I wouldn’t mind something like a bull put spread for several months out but for now we’ll just keep an eye on it and see if it can stabilize a little bit first.  There’s a few other big tech names that need to report, and if one or two of them stumble then things could get interesting…

 

Markets are going to crash!  A recession is coming!

What am I going on about?  Just addressing one of the more common emails I get about current market valuation, quantitative tightening, yield curve inversion etc.

I did a short lap around the harbour where I live and tried to address this.  Should we sell everything and move to cash?  Here’s 3 reasons why the answer is…  Watch the video  🙂

 

 

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