IonQ: “That’s the problem. Everyone wants quantum computers. I was looking for quantum computers with Nvidia. We own Honeywell for … the nonprofit foundation. Here’s the problem: There’s no game on quantum computers right now. None, including that There is no game. There is only hype. We don’t want hype. ”
Robinhood Markets: “Look, I can comment on the last 10 points the same way. It’s so depressed, how can you not try? But the answer is, we don’t shoot things. We’re looking for fundamental reasons to own something. My nonprofit foundation owned by Morgan Stanley. Bet with them, not Robinhood, because it’s not a bet. It’s an investment. “
Western Union: “This stock is so damn cheap I have to believe it [CEO Hikmet Ersek] do something. I have to, have to, have to. I wouldn’t sell that stock for $ 18. ”
Royal Dutch Shell: “Royal Dutch is the fraction of the mental firepower that Mike Wirth brings to Chevron. We bought Chevron for … the charitable foundation. Why? Much better, much more disciplined than Shell. Much better capital allocation, and still good yield. That is the one to buy. ”
Doximacy: “Doximity is a damn good company. I don’t know how we’re going to change the address. It’s so good. … This is a great company with great advertising. I saw it was recently downgraded to by a great company I think Doximity has a lot of good reasons, but it’s trapped in this whole Multiple contraction of the price / sales ratio that nothing works. Don’t know what else to say. ”
Marathon Digital Holdings: “It’s a proxy. It’s just a proxy for this stuff. You want crypto, you buy crypto. … You like crypto, you own crypto.”
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