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“So if that’s the duration, what would be the spread, Mr. Mirolli?”
I’m sitting in my masters program and the room is silent — and not because I don’t know the answer. The professor has just run us through pricing algorithms on a Bloomberg Terminal for the 30 Year Bund and all I can think about are Mesopotamian Cowry Shells from 3000 B.C.
In last week’s feed I had said some very exciting and relevant news had dropped. Well, go figure, it involves Stripe.
You called IBM sexy. Unsubscribe — Unfollow — Delete — Spam
Just hear me out. So this past week there was a ton of really great FinTech news. There’s a lot I wanted to cover this week but will push to when I can do a proper write up of it. But one story that caught my eye was this article.
Now, on to a topic that is shrouded in confusion, difficult to understand, and will impact the course of global economics for the foreseeable future.
Let’s talk about Bitcoin
This week’s Clouds is a long overdue post about the Jobs Act which passed the US Congress on March 25th of this year. It forever changes the landscape of public/private financing for companies and the investment environment for US citizens.
This week is a special #nofees issue where we’ll dig into the coming era of “No Fee Finance”, how one company is creating and losing that future, and a powerful tool for the well-traveled. I’m looking at you, EMEA readers =)
In this issue we talk about systems for smart traveling and a lot about Stripe. We go deep here, there’s a lot of research and time-tested recommendations.
Welcome to the new format and the second (long overdue) issue of the FinTech Feed!
Actually, before we get into the Feed, a quick word about the new format. The feedback from the last issue was that there was a lot of helpful and actionable steps and some people have begun to get a handle on their finances, with some folks beginning to save and invest for the first time! This is AWESOME! However, some people found the advice and products overwhelming.