Louis Basenese helped direct over $1 billion in institutional capital at Morgan Stanley before leaving Wall Street for Silicon Valley. Now, as the world’s premier venture capital analyst, Louis tracks early investment opportunities born from technological breakthroughs and new drug discoveries. His deep expertise of patents, buyouts, takeovers, mergers & acquisitions, Reg-D offerings, and crowdfunding has given Louis genuine star power on frontline media outlets like CNBC. Louis serves as the Investment Director for his wildly popular publications True Alpha, Extreme Alpha, and The Crypto Alert.
This week, we’re mixing in some 1980s music references. So a virtual mixed media investment mash-up awaits you. It involves another friendly reminder to steer clear of Wall Street’s hyped-up IPOs, as well as the only asset worth buying on weekends. Yes, weekends.
Every time President Trump rails against the media, he adds millions in market capitalization to The New York Times Company (NYT). So buying a few call options on NYT is virtually certain to pay off. If you’ve never traded options, fear not. I asked my senior analyst, Martin Hutchinson, to describe options so that a kindergartener would understand.