It's easy to be negative about Facebook buying WhatsApp: it's expensive, there are little if any revenues to show for, and there is a lot of competition. Not to mention that Facebook, without...(read more
When Facebook acquired WhatsApp - a mobile messaging startup - for an eye-popping $19 billion price tag, many people said it was a mistake. But as Matt Milner explains, it could be that Mark Zuckerberg is actually ahead of the curve in a grossly undervalued sector of the market. Read on...
My latest for AlphaBaskets revisits Jason Bourne's safety deposit box inspired from a WSJ article that considered the argument for blending active and passive together in a portfolio.
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