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May 15 · Issue #16 · View online

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On this day in 1997, 1997 – the IPO price for Amazon stock was $18 per share, Trading opened at $27 and closed at $23.50. A first day rise of 33%, which was low by the standards set by most IPO tech companies during the 90’s.
From EI 2049, Thursday May 13th:
“The asymmetry of warfare is writ large in the current Gaza conflict. The Palestinians can produce bombs to what are apparently Iranian blueprints using pipes, fertilizer and essentially DIY kit for a few hundred dollars per device. On the other side, the Israeli authorities use a stunning US-sponsored anti-missile technology which seemingly costs up to $50,000 per launch - using multiple proximity warheads to explode the Palestinian missiles in mid air. This week what amounts to an unprecedented missile surge from the Palestinians has breached this iron dome shield provoking an understandable reaction from Israel. 
This all comes at an interesting time as PM Netanyahu is currently out of the negotiation cycle to form a new government but clearly such attacks by the PLO seem to reinforce support for the hawkish Bibi…their seemingly mortal enemy. Food for thought.”
This Tuesday - Season Six of IPO-VID
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Towards A Digital Market Profile
The author of “Candlestick Charts” (Harriman House 2009), Clive Lambert has over 30 years of market experience including a decade on the LIFFE Floor. He has run his private technical analysis service Futurestechs since 2000AD.
Clive is Vice-Chairman of the UK Society of Technical Analysts and European Vice President of IFTA, the International Federation of Technical Analysts. Clive has appeared on CNBC and, Reuters TV amongst other media and is widely quoted on newswires.
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Now Online - Season Six of IPO-VID
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ICE Bonds: Growing the Portfolio Trade
Lynn Martin is President, Fixed Income and Data Services at ICE, overseeing ICE’s bond, market data, analytics and connectivity businesses. 
With degrees in computer science and statistics, Martin has the dynamic background ICE needed to oversee such an important part of the ICE business. Prior to finance she worked for IBM.
Martin joined ICE as part of the NYSE Euronext acquisition, where she was CEO of NYSE Liffe US. Having completed considerable integration work, Lynn was named COO of ICE Clear U.S. before being promoted to lead ICE Data Services in July 2015, a role at the cornerstone of ICE’s strategy to provide enhanced trading, valuation and data services to customers around the world.
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EI Weekly Podcast 094
Australia threatens Chess Nationalisation, Xav-SPAC a go-go and its business as usual at TP ICAP as another set of results prove very disappointing indeed.
Victory or Death
COVID-19 is a killer, can it kill your career, or is that the impact of fintech destroying your business? It’s a “Victory or Death” world of risk and opportunity…
20 years on from the first fintech bestseller “Capital Market Revolution!“… "Victory Or Death” is a must read for anyone interested in the intersection of Blockchain, Cryptocurrency and FinTech as part of the whole future of finance.
Podcasts This Week
Macro Thoughts
Of Interest
Modern Diplomacy
Professor Donald MacKenzie weighs the risks of models, algorithms, market concentration and jitter
Charles Schwab, who founded the nation’s largest brokerage firm and has an estimated $11.4 billion fortune, has also had lifelong troubles. reading and writing because of dyslexia.
Sify News
Sarcasm has been a major hurdle to increasing the accuracy of sentiment analysis, especially on social media, since sarcasm relies heavily on vocal tones, facial expressions and gestures that cannot be represented in text.
PLY: Yeah, right.
Thomson Reuters Foundation
PLY: As discussed briefly on IPO-VID this week.
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