Today’s Noise – Conceal a flaw, and the world will imagine the worst.

Today’s Noise – Conceal a flaw, and the world will imagine the worst.

Medusa (c. 1597), by Caravaggio

This Is How Tesla Can Shred the Hedge Funds That Are Short on the EV Giant and Long on Twitter – Elon is the Hannibal Lecter of Wall St

Ceremonial French military uniform belt of World War I

Bybit Gives Clients More Ways to Gain With Collateralized Crypto Loans – maybe they should change the name to ByeBye, volatility and collateralized loans do not make good bedfellows

Medusa image in a historical caricature of the Reign of Terror during the French Revolution

COLUMN-OPEC+ risks overtightening the oil market – OPEC deserves the blame for many things, worsening this global recession is not one of them – that is all on the inept central bankers of the world, especially our Fed

Municipal coat of arms of Dohalice village, Hradec Králové District, Czech Republic

The Shady, Profitable World of MEV Where Bots Outperform Everything Else – am I missing something – this could be even worse, push the value of the collateral down so there is a forced liquidation and then you do the liquidation and receive the 12.5% too,

Flag of Sicily

Bridgewater’s Dalio warns of a ‘perfect storm’ for economy – Awesome, guess that makes him a local weatherman and me the friggin Farmers’ Almanac

Medusa by Arnold Böcklin, circa 1878
Today’s Noise – Conceal a flaw, and the world will imagine the worst.

Today’s News Compiled by KEVIN GAHWYLER

Kevin Gahwyler has over 28 years of experience in the hedge fund industry in various investment and C-Suite roles. Mr. Gahwyler is currently a Managing Director and Head of Business Development at Meteora Capital, LLC. A SPAC specialist that invests in the entire SPAC ecosphere through both closed-end funds as well as a hedge fund. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Gahwyler was the COO and Director of Business Development of Measure 8 Ventures Management, LLC. In addition, before Measure 8, he was the President/CFO of Navy Capital Management, LLC. And Chief Operating Officer/Director of Business Development of Twin Securities, Inc. Kevin was also the founder of KenCole Capital. An investment bank boutique specializing in hedge fund structures and marketing and served in senior marketing roles at both Pequot Capital and Sagamore Hill.

Lastly, Kevin graduated from Fairfield University with a B.S. in Biological Sciences. And from Thunderbird School of Global Management with a Masters in International Management.

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