“…GBH Insights’ Daniel Ives predicts Atlanta to be one of the five cities out of the new list of 20 candidates to be in the running for Amazon’s second headquarters project, said CNBC. 'We believe the top 5 likely cities for Amazon’s second headquarters/HQ2 in order will be:
3. Washington D.C.,
4. Boston, and
5. Austin (only non-East Coast city in our Top 5)'...."
Will Pittsburgh be named the second headquarters of Amazon? Well, some experts didn’t even include it in a Top 5 short list:
In NE Ohio it’s not too difficult to participate in the farm-to-table, buy-local movement on a reasonable budget: milk, cheese, ice cream, craft beer, bread, etc. So, it’s no surprise to learn from a recent Crain's Cleveland Business article by Jeremy Nobile that the number of Ohio-based wineries has increased from 89 ten years ago to 265 last year, including a mission driven, urban core winery—The Vineyards and Biocellar of Château Hough—in CLE that grows grapes on less than one acre of land.
A bubble exists when asset prices rise beyond what incomes and cash flows can sustain.
As such, these two charts below about India’s consumer internet bubble, circa 2015, reflect our perspective that valuations of many asset classes are overvalued based on fundamentals. By the way, we were introduced to the source data by a Linkedin post by Anshuman Verma, founder and managing director of M1L based in Mumbai, India.
Here’s our facetious takeaway of the two charts:
Curbed San Francisco highlighted an infographic created by Zumper, a real estate data website, regarding median prices for a one-bedroom apartment by neighborhood in the nation’s most expensive market: San Francisco.
Zumper also compiled one bedroom median rent prices in the top ten most expensive markets.
Blogentaries are part original content and part commentary by Coventry League about sustainable business, structured finance, and M&A. Actionable ideas are often presented indirectly and subtly, like a puzzle!
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