Please enjoy ARK Disrupt Issue 70. This blog series is based on ARK Brainstorming, a weekly discussion between our CEO, Director of Research, thematic analysts, ARK’s theme developers, thought leaders, and investors. It is designed to present you with the most recent innovation takeaways and to keep you engaged in an ongoing discussion on investing in disruptive innovation. To read the previous issue, click here.
1. An Interview with NBR: The Bluest of Blue Chip Tech Stocks
In a recent interview with Nightly Business Report (NBR), ARK’s Next Generation Internet analyst James Wang discussed the bluest of blue chip tech stocks.
2. Stanford’s Raw Data Podcast: Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Blockchain Technology
We were fortunate to be guests on Stanford University’s Raw Data podcast discussing Bitcoin, Ethereum, and the ramifications of blockchain technology. Hosted by Michael Osborne and Leslie Chang, Raw Data investigates how the growing deluge of data, machine learning techniques, and networks are blending together to shape our world. We invite you to listen by clicking here.
3. NBR: A Bullish Case on Tesla
ARK’s Industrial Innovation analyst Tasha Keeney makes the case for TeslaTSLA during an appearance on Nightly Business Report (NBR). We invite you to watch by clicking here.
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