When Valuations Don’t Mean Valuable

Jun 16, 16 When Valuations Don’t Mean Valuable

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It’s Time For A New Wave Of Investing “You’re walking around blind without a cane, pal. A fool and his money are lucky enough to get together in the first place.” – Gordon Gekko in “Wall Street” By Tony Greenberg, CEO RampRate Sourcing Advisors / DeepStrat A week before Groupon’s initial public offering, Henry...

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Business At The Speed Of Light – What is a Millisecond Worth?

Feb 28, 12 Business At The Speed Of Light – What is a Millisecond Worth?

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In the low-latency world of high-frequency trading, some will lose, no matter how smart their systems and people. Can you catch up? Or should we slow them down? Speed thrills, especially near the speed of light. For Wall Street traders, speed creates new fortunes on the world’s fastest networks, for makers and users both.But those...

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Banking on the Wrongs ~ A Guide to the Anti-Millennial Funding Craze

Jun 26, 11 Banking on the Wrongs ~ A Guide to the Anti-Millennial Funding Craze

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Its been quite a hiatus from sharing these days.I have my reasons and hope to share soon.  I  recently gave this talk for Founders Institute , locally run by Ken Rutkowski of METal and a large group of interesting Canadian startups. As a guy who generally doesn’t raise money and a curmudgeon on this irrational market (...

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