Lyft v Uber in Numbers

by shane_stockflare   Here are the figures for Lyft including the forecasts from analysts (who weren’t on the deal). 2016A 2017A 2018A 2019E 2020E 2021E 2022E 2023E Bookings $1.9bn $4.6bn $8.1bn n/a … Read more

Possibly Worrying Wholesale Numbers. Falling Sales And Rising Inventories. Often A Precursor To Slower GDP Growth… Bloomberg: “If Central Banks Are the Only Game in Town, We’ve Lost”

🇺🇸Possibly worrying wholesale numbers. Falling sales and rising inventories. Often a precursor to slower GDP growth. — Mikael Sarwe (@MikaelSarwe) February 25, 2019 BUFFET: ECONOMY SEEMS FINE RIGHT NOW … Read more