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The battle between bonds cash and equities is heating back up as investors tussle with rising rates, bonds sellings off and equities retreating.
Its increasingly difficult to justify equity risk with government bonds and GIC’s giving us such a sweet yield.
AI spend is real and should serve as a secular tailwind for the ecosystem from chips to electrical fans for server farms. What price to pay is largely determined on whether the optionality of future growth potential is realized (and largely unknown).(Contributed by Benjamin Lavine, CIO at 3D/L Capital).
Its also very hard to see an imminent recession with spending (consumer, business) so strong and fiscal tailwinds well into 2024.(Contributed by Benjamin Lavine, CIO at 3D/L Capital).
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"Apple is planning an end-to-end overhaul of its AirPods lineup, refreshing a product category that’s emerged as one of the company’s biggest sellers. The changes will include a revamped version of Apple’s entry-level AirPods in 2024 and a new Pro model the following year... The company is updating the products’ earbud design, the look of the cases and audio quality. A new version of the AirPods Max headphones are coming in 2024 as well." Bloomberg
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