Collection: Charlie Munger - #134 'SPAC'

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In this episode, Charlie Munger was asked what he think of all of the SPACs and the promoters pushing them?

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Our next shareholder question comes from Simon Jacobs, he write many observers see market behavior that reminds them of the Dot Com bubble: wild speculation, endless SPACs, and IPOs soaring on their first day of trading. Do you agree that there is a close parallel to the late 90s and that this, therefore, “must end badly?”


Yes, I think it must end badly but I don’t know when.


You know, an another shareholder Bill Roberts ask about SPACs, and he points out it seems like everyone — including actors, athletes, singers, and politicians — are getting into the business of promoting their own SPAC. Why do you think all these SPACs and the promoters – What do you think of all of the SPACs and the promoters pushing them?


Well, I don’t participate at all. And I think the world would be better off without them. I think this kind of crazy speculation in enterprises not even found or picked out yet is a sign of an irritating bubble. It’s just that the investment banking profession will sell shit as long as shit can be sold.

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