To: the invisib1e hand
"Does anyone know what this company is worth? It seems to be nearly entirely potential; and nobody knows what the upside is -- it's practically incalculable; but so are the contingencies."
The same questions we had in the late 90's that lead to the dot com bubble burst and the mild recession that started around March 2000. All the investors were buying up these dot com stocks almost entirely on potential. Looks like some of the investors haven't learned.
To: Old Teufel Hunden
built into your statement is the presumption that the sheer scale of truly global footprint combined with costs that are miniscule by historic proportions is something that is comparable to the measures that we’ve all grown up with. I disagree. The upside is truly unknown.
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