Soros made it to bitcoin

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As always, at the end of the week, together with the trader, coach and investment expert Fuad Rasulov, we discuss not just the most relevant events of the past week, but those events that influenced the global stock markets.

Non-farms – neither fish nor meat. This is why they are not “farms”. This time, statistics on new jobs in the US were released not on the first, but on the second Friday of October (so you don’t relax: statistics should be unpredictable!). 200 thousand new jobs were created, unemployment was 4.8%, and analysts are once again past the cash register (they assumed that half a million new jobs would be created; “What fantasy world do they live in?” I ask after the fact). Has it affected the stock market? Which, by the way, is now like Atlas: he straightened his shoulders after the September fall.

The signal to attack is two green whistles! T.N. whistleblower told a lot of new and interesting things (that is, everything that everyone has known for a long time) about the inner workings of Facebook. On the same day she stepped out of the shadows, Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp crashed together for several hours (to the delight of Twitter and Reddit). Why is Fuad Rasulov considering shortcutting Facebook shares? And what is stopping him?

George Soros made it to Bitcoin! While Zuckerberg was entertaining us all (and was looking for a broken wire in the server room), Bitcoin quietly grew to 54 thousand dollars. This is due, among other things, to the fact that the fund of the great and terrible George Soros traded, among other things, cryptocurrencies. Do such modest actions of the most traditional investor (those who believe that Soros rules the world will not agree with us) affect the crypto market?

Elon, where are you going? What about California? Elon Musk announced that he was collecting his belongings and blowing in Texas. A real cowboy! Why is Tesla headquarters moving from Palo Alto to Austin?

About this and another – in the latest issue of “Taste of the Exchange”.

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