Monday on INK Ultra Money: Is longevity the next big investing theme?

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Today INK Ultra Money looks at longevity as an emerging investment theme. In particular, what would happen if you could reverse the aging process? AK breaks down the last week's premium episode of “Discoveries” to identify the massive opportunity presented by the health care industry’s anti-aging space.

A new way of looking at aging

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Finally, for Ultra members Harris Kupperman, founder and president of Praetorian Capital, presents his views on investing in a potentially recessionary environment and what he describes as a heavily saturated stock market. Kupperman doesn’t pull any punches addressing the Silicon Valley venture capital space, calling the mantra of growth over profit, “Ponzi finance.” He reveals his process for a “long/short” approach and details several of his recent plays — including beaten down shipping stocks, for-profit colleges, and uranium mines. He also explains why investors are passing on otherwise solid industrials and energy stocks - pointing out to the excessive stock growth of large tech companies, which he comically calls “ESG.” Filmed October 9, 2019 in New York.

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