In this opening double episode of The Pig Wrestlers, Ray and Jock discuss r/WallStreetBets and GameStop as a form of civil unrest, how making a point often means making a sacrifice, the market for tradeable NBA video clips and get all sentimental about prime numbers.
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In this episode
0:00 Opening titles
0:14 Another lockdown!
5:35 How was your week?
8:08 r/WallStreetBets & GameStop
10:15 Making a sacrifice to make a point
16:03 Jumping on the GameStop bandwagon
19:51 The truth about stock valuations
20:34 Product in a publicly listed company
22:10 First mention of the book we’re meant to be reviewing
24:44 Blockchain and tradeable sports video clips
27:13 Sentimental about prime numbers
31:37 What’s at the centre of the Earth?
34:06 Learning what is real and possible
36:42 Teaching how to reason and learn
42:30 Cavemen philosophers vs tigers
44:47 Closing credits
About The Pig Wrestlers
Ray Rafiq is the founder of increasingly larger businesses: Regent Street Cinema, Baker Street Bakery, Wigwamm, GetAgent, Unmortgage.
Jock Busuttil is the founder of Product People Limited, a freelance head of product, author and conference speaker, with over two decades’ experience helping technology companies. (jockbusuttil.com)
Recorded on 29 January 2021
Music: Crazy Glue (Instrumental Version) by Josh Woodward (CC-BY 4.0)
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