New year, new series – and it's called 'Quick Takes'! We'll be coming at you every Friday with a casual convo between Steph & Den where we break down the top business and money highlights of the week, and then dive into a specific money related topic. Get ready to sit down and chop it up with us – starting with today's convo about how we feel about the investment landscape in 2021, and what we should all be ready for in 2022.
0:00 New Series Alert: Quick Takes
0:43 Apple Hit $3 Trillion Valuation
1:33 Big Tech and Electric Vehicles
2:08 Canada's Top CEO's Earned $10.9 Million
2:43 NFT Hit $1 Billion Lead By Bored Apes
5:15 Reflecting On The Market In 2021
5:42 Small Growth Stocks Failed In 2021
7:50 Crypto & NFTs Are Only Going Up
8:43 Dennis' Investment In NBA Top Shot NFTs
9:49 Why Are The Markets Down Now?
11:19 Should You Keep Investing In 2022?
11:57 Is Our Investing Strategy Changing In 2022?
14:05 Will The Market Crash / Bubble Burst In 2022?
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