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Charlie Bilello
Founder and CEO of Compound Capital Advisors. Sharing ideas that compound over time.
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US Labor Force Participation Rate moved down to 61.4% in July from 61.5% in June. In April it hit its lowest level since 1973 (60.2%).
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Which company's products would be the hardest to live without?
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First company to reach a $3 trillion market cap?
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US Unemployment Rate moved down to 10.2% in July from 11.1% in June, 13.3% in May, and 14.7% in April. The peak % in prior recessions... 2007-09: 10.0% 2001: 6.3% 1990-1991: 7.8% 1981-1982: 10.8% 1973-75: 9.0% 1969-70: 6.1% 1960-61: 7.1% 1957-58: 7.5% 1953-54: 6.1% 1948-49: 7.9%
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Thx. India reports Q2 GDP on 8/31.
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On March 9, 2009 their combined market cap was $326 billion...
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Argentina doesn't report Q2 GDP until September 22. They reported -5.4% YoY in Q1.
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Real GDP, YoY % Change (Q2 2020)... China: +3.2%* Indonesia: -5.3% Sweden: -8.2% Hong Kong: -9.0% US: -9.5% Germany: -11.7% Singapore: -12.6% Portugal: -16.5% Philippines: -16.5% Italy: -17.3% Mexico: -18.9% France: -19.0% Spain: -22.1% *All China data is fabricated.
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Charlie Bilello 17h
At $6.2 trillion, the combined market cap of Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and Google is now greater than the GDP of every country in the world with the exception of the US and China. Charting via
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At $1.95 trillion, Apple's market cap is now higher than the GDP of... Italy Brazil Canada Russia S. Korea Spain Australia Mexico Indonesia Netherlands Saudi Arabia Turkey Switzerland Taiwan Poland Thailand Sweden Belgium Iran Austria Nigeria Argentina Norway UAE Israel Ireland
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Charlie Bilello 17h
Replying to @VixBuyer
yup it's called the national debt
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15-Year Mortgage Rate moves down to 2.44%, an all-time low.
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Charlie Bilello 17h
30-Year Mortgage Rate in the US moves down to 2.88%, another all-time low. Shouldn't be too much longer before you get paid to borrow money.
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Uber revenue was down 29% over the last year. The breakdown... Mobility Revenue: -67% YoY Delivery Revenue: +103% YoY
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Uber Net Income... Q2 2020: -$1.8 billion Q1 2020: -$2.9 billion Q4 2019: -$1.1 billion Q3 2019: -$1.2 billion Q2 2019: -$5.2 billion Q1 2019: -$1.0 billion Q4 2018: -$0.9 billion Q3 2018: -$1.0 billion Q2 2018: -$0.9 billion Data via
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Charlie Bilello 19h
What makes this new valuation high remarkable... In December 2007, Apple had just recently released the first iPhone and its annual revenue growth was 31% and it would grow 47% in 2008. Fast forward to today: Apple's revenue growth was 2.3% in 2019 and 5.7% over the last year.
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Apple's price to sales ratio hits a new high, surpassing the prior high from December 2007. Chart via
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