7/ The model for Griddy is a wholesale subscription that uses the floating rate & bc of deregulation,there are not caps to prevent this extreme price spike. And here we are...

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Is this a repeat of the '99-00 Nasdaq Bubble? Not really. The Nasdaq-1000 isn't so overblown compared to everything else, tech isn't doing as well, and the overall market's doing much better. But if you look at ARK, yes there are similarities.

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