A jack of all trades is a master of none. That’s what the world would have you believe.
I’m 28 years old as of May 26, 2021. Unfortunately, it wasn’t until today that I learned that the full quote is: “A jack of all trades is a master of none but oftentimes better than a master of one.”
That quote is by none other than William Shakespeare; at least that’s who’s been given the credit. …
Today, Peter Rawlinson is the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Technology Officer of Lucid Motors, a luxury electric vehicle manufacturing company that is among the top contenders in the rapidly growing EV market.
He has come a long way to lead his team in competition against the legacy auto industry and EV sector leaders, but we, the investors in his company, need to look back at his career to understand how he might lead Lucid Group to success as they gear up to delivering their first production electric vehicle, the Lucid…
Life is long. Every day, we get to choose who we want to be in our next phase. Don’t be afraid of changing. Those who don’t may not recognize the new you, but that’s okay. You don’t have to be backwards compatible.
There are so much you can do in this life, but you don’t have to do at all. Take it one year at a time.
Some things will require two or more years of your time focused on preparation. Many will be one and done. Others, you will…
In an interview, Mark Cuban once said, “diversification is for Idiots”.
Sure, he probably only chose those harsh words for the catchy headlines, but the underlying sentiment remains.
The self-made billionaire star of Shark Tank is not alone. “Diversification is for people who don’t know what they’re doing,” according to Warren Buffett. And, “You can’t diversify enough to know what you’re doing,” Mark elaborated.
You can watch this video here at BullAcademy.org on YouTube.
As for Buffet’s right-hand man, Charlie Munger, he also uses unmistakable words when speaking of the failures of diversification as an investment strategy to beat…
Since SoFi decided to go public this year, I’ve published many videos explaining why SoFi is the leading one-stop shop online bank.
I’ve explained the benefits and advantages of SoFi’s vertical integration of centralized services.
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I’ve told you that they own Galileo, the leading fintech software infrastructure provider, which powers the likes of other leading fintechs like Dave, Revolut, Transfer Wise, Chime, and Robinhood to name a tiny fraction of their impressive customer list.
With that acquisition of Galileo, at least 90% of all online bank accounts now run through SoFi’s platform.
As a shareholder, I’ve invested thousands of dollars into the company, and I’ve been critical of many of their choices in recent years. However, their most recent feature update and direction with the partner program has given me renewed faith in the leadership team. Great work, Medium.
Paying writers a recurring 50% split of revenues from referred subscribers is something I’ve been doing at PenSignal.com for a few years now.
Signal enables writers and marketers to schedule and auto-recycle your tweets to help you share your articles and grow your audience on your schedule.
Please reconsider deactivating monetization for people…
Medium is Costing Writers A Lot of Money
Medium is Minimizing Your Reach
Medium is Trying to Break the Internet
Medium is Building a Walled Garden, Trapping Your Content
Medium Wants You to Think They are the Only One That Can Help You
Medium isn’t Enough for Maximizing Your Content Distribution
Medium is Holding Back Writers on its Platform
Medium is Trapping Your Content Behind its Walls
The Opportunity Cost of Writing on Medium is Growing
Okay, that’s enough for now. I think you get the point …
Like any good tyrant, Medium wants you to believe they are the…
On May 15, 1997, Amazon went public. It was valued at $438 million. Today, the company is worth almost two trillion dollars.
Today, thanks to its technology platform, Amazon is everywhere. Like Amazon, SoFi will be everywhere …
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Amazon and SoFi are industry defining companies. Both are transformational organizations led by world-class teams. One is the e-commerce giant, and the other is the epitome of financial tech.
The differences between these two market leaders are enumerable, but the few similarities are crucial to understanding the future of SoFi and its stock.
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SoFi, a one stop shop online bank for high earners, reported earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA) of roughly $4.1 million in the first quarter of the year.
In this video, we take a deep dive into SoFi’s first quarter earnings of 2021.
Adjusted EBITDA was up $70 million year over year, while total revenue of roughly $216 million is up more than 150% year over year.
Adjusted EBITDA and total revenue handedly beat guidance provided by management in the fourth quarter of 2020. The fast growth company also added 430k new members in the quarter, bringing…