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21 Feb, 4 tweets, 1 min read
1/N spend a bit of time on Tesla Facebook forums with a burner account (I never post other than to ask a Q every now and then). Perhaps this is my confirmation bias but I’ve noticed a pattern over the past several weeks..
2/N with Tesla stock flat to bleeding, and so many other Tendies out there, much of the discussion is now on other plays. It’s clear to me several have sold down Tesla to buy Bitcoin. Many are plowing in to $CCIV (Lucid, possibly) thinking it’s like TSLA 10 years ago...
3/N This is causing the “true believers” (that are 100% long Tesla and always will be, unless SpaceX IPOs) to go bananas.

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My take is @GerberKawasaki once again shows he has no idea what he's talking about. If he doesn't block me maybe he'll learn something. Thread: 1/n
2/n First, we are talking about market makers. It's not illegal and here is what the SEC says about it:
3/n A huge number of these "naked shorts" are merely trade execution for shops like @GerberKawasaki and other investors. Here is the flow: 1) Gerber places a sell order for a stock with his broker. 2) Broker routes that order to a market maker
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Sass aside, none of that is inconsistent with what I tweeted yesterday. Here's a thought exercise: what is the difference between a physical dollar bill, a short term treasury bond, and Fed reserves? All are liabilities of the federal government. 1/n
Creating Fed reserves can be considered "printing", but when used to buy Treasury bonds it's swapping one liability for another. If you're going to get alarmist about hyperinflation because of muh printing, you have to explain the transmission mechanism 2/n
If the Fed creates reserves / prints, and just deposits that money in everyone's bank account, and people use it to run out and buy stuff, that is inflationary on the price of stuff. 3/n
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22 Dec 20
1/n I have no idea if $AAPL is going to partner with Magna. But surprised the EV lunatics aren't all over $MGA:
2/n the company is an investor in Waymo and partnered with them on Waymo's first factory
3/n Magna makes the Jaguar i-Pace
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OK time for a quick Tales From Investment Banking. 1/n
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3/n Industrial Production Image
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