An interview with billionaire Sequoia venture capitalist, Michael Moritz. In this interview, Michael discusses how he went from a journalist to a venture capitalist and what characteristics he looks for in investments and entrepreneurs. Michael also talks about what he would do today if he just graduated and the future of Silicon Valley. 📚 Books
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An interview with billionaire entrepreneur and Shark Tank investor, Mark Cuban. In this interview, Mark discusses his early business ventures and how he made them successful, including the success he had in trading and starting a hedge fund. Mark also talks about the Dallas Mavericks, politics and Shark Tank. 📚 Books by Mark Cuban and
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An interview with billionaire investor and founder of Duquesne Capital, Stanley Druckenmiller. In this interview, Stanley discusses how he invests in multiple markets and describes the indicators he uses to analyse markets. Stanley also talks about the use of algorithms, Populism and China. 📚 Books on Stanley Druckenmiller’s investing technique are located at the bottom
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An interview with billionaire and CEO of Koch Industries, Charles Koch. In this interview, Charles discusses how he runs Koch Industries and the business strategies he has used to become successful. Charles also talks about how he got started in business and how small business owners can encourage innovation in their companies. 📚 Books by
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Photographer: Zach Gibson/Bloomberg© 2018 Bloomberg Finance LP Billions being skimmed from 401k retirement investors. A knowledgeable insider with compelling evidence ready to blow the whistle on a market leader. Ongoing systemic fraud that needs to be addressed immediately to protect the retirement security of millions of Americans. That’s the whistleblower case I’ve been working on
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Photographer: Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg© 2018 Bloomberg Finance LP Last Friday, Treasury finalized its regulations for the special 20-percent tax deduction for income from pass-through businesses, which was added by the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA).  Treasury largely retained its guidance from last August, which significantly expanded the scope of eligible businesses.  But the
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Invented expenses; hidden returns, client gifts; skimmed immigrants; and other highlights of recent tax cases. New York: Art dealer Mary Boone potentially faces months in prison after pleading guilty last year to two counts of filing false returns, news outlets said. Prosecutors reportedly wanted Boone, who was scheduled to be sentenced in mid-January, to serve
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer implored investors on Thursday not to let day-to-day market volatility frighten them out of buying shares of great long-term performers like pharmaceutical giant Merck. “Merck is exactly the kind of company that investors circle the wagons around” during difficult macroeconomic events like long-lived government shutdowns, Cramer said on “Mad Money” amid a
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Today, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Democratic presidential hopeful for 2020, announced plans for a wealth tax on high-net-worth individuals, a type of tax that is flawed economically and administratively. (There are also constitutional questions about assessing a wealth tax.) According to The Washington Post, Senator Warren’s proposal would assess a 2 percent annual wealth tax
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Personal financial satisfaction declined in the fourth quarter of 2018 as stock market gyrations and the prospect of a government shutdown weighed on U.S. consumers, according to a survey by the American Institute of CPAs. The AICPA’s quarterly Personal Financial Satisfaction index (PFSi) decreased for the first time in two years. The decline in the
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