Well, it’s finally come to this.
This seems like a prelude to something. Not sure what, though.
We’re pretty sure this is also about Goldman Sachs.
Over on the main page, I explain how the absence of Greek polling data over the next two weeks leading up to the election creates a huge opportunity to arbitrage informational asymmetry.
I thought Henry Blodget’s argument about Facebook’s probable multiple compression sounded very familiar. So I did a little hunting around and discovered the particular bell being run: a 2006 article by Blodget on Google’s multiple compression.