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Past articles by Daniel:

Democrats Walk Back IRS Reporting Rule

They have raised the threshold from $600 to $10,000 and added new exemptions for wage deposits and payments under federal programs. → Read More

Norm Macdonald, R.I.P.

A fond farewell to one of our greatest comedic minds. → Read More

The End of Bezos’s Amazon

On the menu today: Robinhood files to go public, Bezos prepares to step down as Amazon CEO, and a public-relations firm with ties to the Clinton family unravels. → Read More

Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and John McAfee

On the menu today: the Supreme Court rules against shareholders of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, investors anticipate a capital-gains hike, and the complicated conservatorships of government-sponsored enterprises. → Read More

COVID-19 and Corporate Zombies

On the menu today: a corporate debt binge, a potential taper tantrum, the growth of collateralized-loan obligations, and the rise of zombie corporations. → Read More

Colonial Pipeline Shutdown: A Socially Responsible Ransomware Attack

On the menu today: the ransomware group behind the Colonial pipeline shutdown, a banker bets big on Doge, and David Bahnsen speaks to Larry Kudlow. → Read More

Apple on Trial

On the menu today: Epic Games v. Apple, Alec Gores’s SPAC Machine, Walmart’s secret gaming service, and Clay Christensen’s early take on the iPhone. → Read More

TSMC: The World’s Most Important Company

On the menu today: the chip shortage has raised the stakes for Taiwan, U.S. GDP soars, and Verizon throws in the towel on digital media. → Read More

Good for Coinbase, Bad for Crypto

On the menu today: Coinbase’s crypto correlation, another tech IPO, consumer borrowing stalls, and a look back at the Bitcoin white paper. → Read More

Suez Canal Blockage: Why Are Ships So Big?

On the menu today: big ships, the bank effect, and the last Suez blockage. → Read More

Is the Stock Market in a Bubble?

On the menu today: the bubble puzzle, the lira tanks, and a hot take on tulipmania. → Read More

China’s Tech Crackdown Continues

On the menu today: China’s tech crackdown, Dalio’s dollar doom, Ashworth’s response, and a look at China’s advantages in entrepreneurship. → Read More

Investors Bet on Higher Inflation

On the menu today: the reflation, mortgage rates rise, Deliveroo’s IPO, and a look at equity duration during a pandemic. → Read More

The Subtle Wisdom of Tesla’s Bitcoin Purchases

On the menu today: Tesla bets on Bitcoin, Reddit sees its valuation double, Chinese hedge funds beat foreign competitors, and the technology industry’s increasing returns to scale. → Read More

Robinhood’s Lesson in Risk Management

On the menu today: Robinhood’s arbitrage shop, its potential IPO, the end of Bezos’s tenure as Amazon CEO, and a 1920 short squeeze. → Read More

Why Robinhood Halted GameStop Trading

From Robinhood, a company that claims to be “democratizing finance,” the decision to halt trading in GameStop smacks of hypocrisy. But by most indications, Robinhood and its peers halted trading out of caution rather than corruption. → Read More

Life after Twitter

On the menu today: a new social-network protocol, Jim Simons retires, Tesla in China, and the Twitter activist campaign that wasn’t. → Read More

Pandemic Inflation

On the menu today: why stimulus isn’t likely to cause inflation, how the pandemic is strengthening large corporations, and some links from around the web. → Read More

Fed Will Maintain Asset Purchases until Employment Recovers

On the menu today: FOMC December meeting, the dollar’s global-reserve status, a theory of IPO pops, and a look at yield-curve control in the mid 20th century. → Read More

Are Corporations Shortchanging Workers?

On the menu today: reevaluating the labor share of income, COVID-19 vaccine approval in the U.K., Chinese investments in U.S. tech, and Walter Williams, R.I.P. → Read More