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I am very pleased to be announcing the introduction of a new tool here on Slope known as SOAP, which stands for Slope Options Analyzer for Payoffs. That’s a mouthful, so we’ll just refer to it as the Payoff Analyzer.
You can access the Payoff Analyzer by clicking here or choosing it from the Options menu:
Here in the Silicon Valley, the technological center of the universe, all the chatter over the past few days is how we’re going to lose…………..electricity.
Well, not specifically in Palo Alto. But in various parts of the state, since – – it’s windy (I am not making this up). See, a couple of years ago, PG&E inadvertently set some towns on fire, since their ancient infrastructure got blown down and lit forests on fire, which sent this huge utility into bankruptcy. So they’re being a bit gun-shy now.
It seems these days that anything SoftBank Group touches turns to garbage. WeWork is the most publicized exampled, but their huge example in UBER is just as bad. What’s remarkable is that both UBER and LYFT, breathlessly anticipated before their public offerings, have both been wrecks.