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Billionaires Are Selling EVERYTHING | The BIGGEST Hedge Ever | highest share price | वेबसाइट जो गाने के तार प्रदान करती है #1

by Brahma Aditya

Billionaires Are Selling EVERYTHING | The BIGGEST Hedge Ever | नए गाने यहां अपडेट किए गए हैं

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Billionaires always see a storm before it comes, and it just happens that the biggest storm of all time is coming. CEOs, hedge fund managers, and venture capitalists worldwide are preparing for one of the most serious crises in history. Many actually think that we’re already in a recession, but the world just hasn’t realized it yet. This video will unravel the strategies that are being used by billionaires to hedge themselves against the upcoming downturn and how you can as well.

Most people assume that timing the market is impossible, and that’s true for the most part. Timing the market is extremely difficult, but you don’t need to know the exact timing to prepare. Billionaires frequently implement strategies that hedge themselves against incoming crises. By hedging their wealth, they will succeed in any situation. In the scenario of a crisis happening, those who hedged their wealth will be the only ones with their heads above the water. Take Elon Musk’s strategy as an example of this. Elon believes that we are already in a recession that could last from 12 to 18 months, but he isn’t trying to time the market with his stock holdings. Instead of being 100% certain that a crisis is coming, he looks at the future as a probability. Economic landscapes are fluid, and you should never be binary as to whether a crash will occur or not. Rather than going all-in on his economic prediction that could be wrong, he is simply just hedging for the worst outcome.

Actions speak louder than words and Elon’s actions are no different. He recently decided to lay off 10% of salaried Tesla employees in preparation for a macroeconomic disaster. The reason why Elon is laying off employees is for capital preservation. It might not seem like cash is important during an inflationary period, but cash flow is king during recessions. This not only applies to businesses but also to retail investors like yourself. The Federal Reserve has over-extended its balance sheet by over $5 trillion and plans to reduce the money supply over the next couple of years. This means that the Fed doesn’t have the leeway to hand out free money like before. If the economy crashes in the coming months, money will become scarcer even if inflation remains elevated. Elon already experienced the scarcity of money during the dot-com bubble, and he highly advises businesses to get their hands on cash while they can.

While Elon is one of the leading innovators, he’s not the only one laying off employees. Peloton fired 20% of its workforce, Carvana cut 12% of its total staff, which totals to 2,500 employees, And Coinbase paused the hiring of new employees, withdrew existing job offers, and laid off 18% of its workforce. All of these layoffs have one similarity: macroeconomic concerns. Coinbase cited current market conditions as one of the primary reasons for its layoffs. An article was written by the Chief People Officer of Coinbase, L.J. Brock, explained how “adapting quickly and acting now will help us to successfully navigate this macro environment and emerge even stronger, enabling further healthy growth and innovation”. We talked about how businesses need cash flow to survive, but this also applies to people like yourself. Think about your monetary inflows and outflows like a business. You have income flowing in and expenses flowing out. By subtracting your expenses from your income, you can calculate your operating cash flow. Now take that operating cash flow and subtract your taxes to get your net cash flow. Although your cash flow might be positive right now, it could easily disappear in the coming months. That’s why we have to focus on capital preservation. There are a vast array of methods to hedge your portfolio against market downturns, many of which I have covered on this channel. One of the most well-known methods is to simply short the market. Carl Icahn manages over $21 billion as an activist investor, and lately, he has been shorting the market. Icahn is known for being a corporate raider. This means that he frequently takes over companies and sells them for a profit by stripping the companies of their assets. Even though many dislike Icahn, he is certainly one of the greatest investors of all time. He averaged an annual return of over 26% from 1968 to 2014, which is considerably higher than Warren Buffett’s returns. Icahn went on CNBC earlier in 2022 to describe why he believes there could be a recession or depression coming soon. Ichan uses a volatile strategy, which means that he has to hedge his portfolio against considerable downturns. Carl Icahn has been purchasing credit default swaps on mortgages of corporate offices and shopping malls. Purchasing credit default swaps is equivalent to shorting on steroids. By purchasing credit default swaps on corporate offices and shopping mall mortgages, Icahn is essentially shorting physical stores. This acts as a hedge against his long positions.

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Billionaires Are Selling EVERYTHING | The BIGGEST Hedge Ever

Billionaires Are Selling EVERYTHING | The BIGGEST Hedge Ever


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Skaz 1 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Coulda sworn we are in a recession and the investor world at least knows it

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Gh Google 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Elon is actively talking his stock down and will continue to do so till the stock reaches $500 per share. Then he will buy back his stock personally or through corporate leverage. Stock will rise to between $800 to $1000 bucks. Smart ain't just rockets its understanding the public structure.

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Darlene Lacy 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Crypto Salesmen lol

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Blanco Sanz 24/06/2022 - 10:42

The widespread backwardness of our economy, increments in the price of gas, and rate of unemployment is becoming inconducive. cryptocurrency is down, consumer consumption is rumor to be down big time! This will cause income taxes to go up big time it's obvious we are headed for hyperinflation, unfortunately having a job doesn't mean been safe rather having multiple income streams that doesn't depend on the government would be a great decision…

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Arthur paul 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Crypto currency and NFTS will outsmart the banking system in the nearest future serving as a global fiat. Already making over 85% profit from my current investment 🤑

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Ryan Shuell 24/06/2022 - 10:42

I have my MBA in finance. This is basic info!! I have not learned anything, whatsoever, form this video!!!! Please consider more context in the future!!!

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Floyd Remy 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Starting early is the best way of getting ahead to build wealth, investing remains a priority. The stock market has plenty of opportunities to earn a decent payouts, with the right skills and proper understanding of how the market works.

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Tobias Richter 24/06/2022 - 10:42

investing in crypto currency is the best investment anyone can do this season, Because it has made a lot of people millionaires. I pray that anyone who reads this will be successful in life

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Henry Clinton 24/06/2022 - 10:42

There might be an economical turmoil but there is no doubt that this is still the best time to invest.

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D Smith 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Skip this. Canned voices suck. Totally worthless

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Vedransky 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Its time to buy not sell

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Admiral Nelson 24/06/2022 - 10:42

I’m down about 8%. I’ve been dollar-cost-averaging stocks for a few years now, so my average holding is far lower than the market’s ATH.

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William H 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Doubling down on crypto is what’s going on. Folks tend to double down after huge losses hopping to recover and then it happens again. Oh the pain that awaits them. It never fails. Careful folks

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Robs OnBass 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Maybe this is a good time to buy shares of Dollar General.

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ba sook 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Elon made right choice. he knows that this time, he knows Feds will limits the QEs and bailouts

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Corey Griffin 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Stupendous advice on crypto and passive. Tells it like it is,honest opinion. Only promoting what is working in the market

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Richard Eastman 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Selling to buy back for nothing after the deflation the QT and increased cost of borrowing will bring about. The Fed is taking their money and giving them bonds, not to collect interest which no will be able to pay, but to get the collateral, the security assets, the equity when every business, household and state and city defaults and everyone is to hungry, homeless and engaged in fighting off Soros-armed caravans looking for whatever food you can find. If people would agree this is happening and communicate, we could force a change of policy.

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Anthony Tiller 24/06/2022 - 10:42

I keep buying my targeted stocks on low days. They keep dropping and I keep buying. I'm running lower on cash though… down to about 20% cash. I'll keep buying the sale prices until I'm outta cash. gotta be greedy when others are fearful

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Jose Mendoza 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Elon Musk has shown to be an excelent con-man. He plays reverse psychology in order to increase his own input. Therefore he is the ONE person I dont look to see what he does.

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Michael 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Musk just bought Twitter for a reported $68 billion. How's that figure into risk aversion and laying off of staff. Recession is coming and the billionaires better get worried about more than money.NEOLIBERALISM has fallen off the cliff, we are yet to hit the bottom.

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Jensaki 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Galt's gulch!!!

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ovoxochris88 24/06/2022 - 10:42

nothing to get worked up about. before the march 2020 crash, a mountain of CEOs resigned and sold their shit, too. theyre just cycling off the gains to the next batch of oligarchs before the next bailout. duuuuhh!!

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Kevin Fy 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Too many ads😂

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NEVER LIVE IN FEAR 24/06/2022 - 10:42

I sold a l lot and I am no billionaire. You must be young or stupid not to know what us going down

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Haci Serbetci 24/06/2022 - 10:42

So where are they parking there funds? Dollar/gold/land/cryptocurrency 🤯 where?

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Daz 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Seen this coming years ago xxx

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Suleiman 24/06/2022 - 10:42

NBA players playing in high school… will win college player of the year??? 😂😂😂

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Oscar 24/06/2022 - 10:42

What about the shorting the bond market as a hedge?

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Sammy Karanja 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Billionaire are busy buying

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YouTube Member 24/06/2022 - 10:42

It’s called sell high buy low and cause it to drop. They are the problem !!!! It’s engineered.

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C Diggy 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Elon just bought Twitter. How can he be the thumb nail.

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Munteanu Catalin 24/06/2022 - 10:42

A big recession will finally come – the conditions in the last years were not sustainable. Those negative interest rates didn't help lifting the bear from the bucket and now FED finally puts pressure on stock prices. Consumers should ask for better wages and regulatory prices.

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Kurono Syventi 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Great video as usual 💯 see you next time 🤙

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Williams Smith 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Despite the market crash, I'm so excited I've been earning $100,000 within 7days of trading with exprt Charlotte Sae

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ABC XYZ 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Born-again/Rapture: The, only, Escape from Political/Pharmaceutical Corruption.

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Ted Kim 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Totally disagree. From now on, for the next few months will be once in a life time opportunity to buy everything equity.

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Astronutz 24/06/2022 - 10:42

i love it when he used to say " i always keep it 100 with you"

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Tyler Pantuso 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Buying puts against positions you're already in is equivalent to paying a premium to have no position at all

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Tyler Pantuso 24/06/2022 - 10:42

This is the weakest recession narrative I have ever been through… Just saying.

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A B 24/06/2022 - 10:42

time to tax the shit out of them if theyre just sitting on their mountains of free money that they were allowed to have by the government

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Christopher Nash 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Except Warren Buffett destroys your augment.

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Borrowed Truths 24/06/2022 - 10:42

I doubt that billionaires are selling everything. One should rarely, if ever, use absolutes.

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Pat Burton 24/06/2022 - 10:42

I DON'T FEEL SORRY FOR MLIONNAIRES AND BILLIONNAIRES LOSING MONEY. GREED, GREED, GREED.

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Pat Burton 24/06/2022 - 10:42

I hope all hedge funds who messed with AMC and GME. I hope they all go down big time and go bankrupt. Stop bankrupting American companies. Damn so unAmerican.

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Jamal El-Hibri 24/06/2022 - 10:42

I am hedging with an inverse leverage index fund to bring me to being market neutral. But it’s not quite neutral because of the alpha and beta you’re talking about. Not completely sure of what I’m doing but I am able to sleep a lot better at night. Lol

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Tony Crouse 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Most retail investors don't think this way. They can't wait to scoop up every dip. Those actions will help soften the coming blows. This is not 2001 or 2008.

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Tim Borg 24/06/2022 - 10:42

nothing elon says is true anymore, now that he is a republican he is full of only lies like all republicans he has zero credibility
most likely Elon has joined the Illiminati and they are trying to create this crash

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Niclas Bertelsen 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Never seen a channel with that many clickbait titles. You can do better!

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Down South 24/06/2022 - 10:42

Yah, I have waited 2 years for a refund on Deposits made for 4 cyber trucks. Is it going to Mars instead….

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