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The Mid-Week Trading Update: Twitter is in the game, bye Silicon Valley! (says New York and CBOE?) – TESLA and Whole Foods are not done yet. TWTR:US, TSLA:US, BMW:GR(BMW:Xetra), GS:US, MS:US, M:US, MMU:US, VEMAX:US, EEM:US, WFM:US

No, it isn’t filibustering democracy, the mid-week update comes anytime between Wednesday and Friday, when it is a significant tell on the trend (humanly processing undoubted machine learning and whirring … Continue reading

November 8, 2013

The quid pro quo in the Jobs Act | Deal Insight

Another Jobs Act is coming with investors of Emerging Growth companies ( read Silicon Valley start ups & JoBS = Jumpstart our Business start ups) ready for the change to … Continue reading

March 19, 2012 · 1 Comment

The Private Equity Bonus Roulette: KKR pays itself as a dozen go into active investigations

Valuation concerns flagged by the SEC in a Conference earlier this month haven’t subsided as SEC gets into checking the antecedents of all internal and external valuation done by Private … Continue reading

February 28, 2012

Glenxstra proposal comes through, one dissent likely, Facebook gets one dissent

Even as we discussed the possible deal terms, the announcement today came exactly as the deal was drawn yesterday equating 2.8 Glencore shares to 1 Xstrata share, Glencore gaining 56.8% … Continue reading

February 7, 2012

Advantage Dealbook: A giant PE firm in Energy

After staying away from dozens of PE deals in Retail Lifestyle and luxury , with great market growth i China, and a plethora of shale gas deals in 2010 with … Continue reading

November 24, 2011 · 5 Comments

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