Consumption basket

Here’s what kept me in a default consumptive state this week! πŸ“ˆ πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»

Articles:

“Crypto is part early-stage technology, part commodity, part new financial system, part speculative vehicle and and part totally new financial asset.” – Looks like there’s more to come from Bitcoin

“These adjustments add $44.4 billion to EBITDA ($19.0 billion to EBIT and $25.4 billion to DA), more than a 90 percent increase from the unmodified sum. As a result, the EV/EBITDA multiple falls to 18.2. If these adjustments make economic sense, the EV/EBITDA multiple is off by a factor of nearly two” – Reconciling items in the cash flows allows you to understand the business in a much better way

“This emphasis on creating optionality can backfire in surprising ways.” – The other side of the ‘optionality’ argument

“Tesla has now officially launched its insurance product using β€œreal-time driving behavior.”” – Tesla will now offer insurance based on your safety score

Podcasts:

Breaking down Salesforce’s business today and its beginnings

Books:

The Seventh Sense: The invisible power of networks and how to navigate through their influence

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Have a great week.

The Atomic Investor

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