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Valuation Dispersion and Jobs Report

Posted by Brent Luce on May 6, 2016 3:01:55 PM

SpaceX Attempted Landing at Night

A lot of readers were interested in the SpaceX landing I showed last time.   Last night, they tried to land another autonomous rocket on a drone barge in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean – this time at night.  Watch Here to see what happened.  If you are busy, skip to the: 40 second mark, which is where the exciting part begins.  This is revolutionary “stuff” and I would bet that 0.1% of America watched this live.  

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Topics: Valuation, Efficient Market Hypothesis, SpaceX, Wage Inflation

America's Got Talent

Posted by Brent Luce on Apr 14, 2016 4:58:52 PM

Elon Musk

In the last blog, I mentioned the incredible launch of the new Tesla Model 3.  Last Friday, while most of America was watching the Kardashians, the Masters or “America’s Got Talent” SpaceX accomplished arguably the most important advancement in space technology since man walked on the moon.  Reusability has been one of the major hurdles in space flight.  Last week, SpaceX was able to launch a spaceship and land its autonomous booster rocket on a drone barge floating in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.  Click Here to watch video of the landing.  It may be that when we look back, we will point to the Tesla Model 3 launch as the day that electric vehicles went mainstream and that the tipping point for space travel for non-astronauts started the day SpaceX landed a drone rocket on a drone barge in the middle of the ocean.  Of course there is a long way to go on both fronts, but the ball is in motion.   So what do these two historic event have in common?  Elon Musk.  He is the brains behind both SpaceX and Tesla, and oh yeah, he was a founder of Paypal, too!  It was quite a week for Elon Musk, his show is the real “America’s Got Talent”.  More:  Why this is a big deal

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Topics: Elon Musk, Telsa, SpaceX, Capacity Utilization

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