Poll: Would you Rather??? 🍽

This week we asked the Invstr Community who they would rather have dinner with. The results came back mixed with most Invstr’s choosing the greatest meme-king and richest man in the world: Elon Musk. It’s no surprise that Elon is widespread, given his unique personality and exciting theories. From artificial intelligence to Dogecoin, or just life in general, I’m sure a dinner with Elon is bound to leave a lasting impression.

Next up in second place comes a man who truly is “old but gold,” Warren Buffet. Somehow drinking five cans of coke a day, Warren Buffet has made his wealth investing in the products he truly believes will succeed. Dinner with him would likely hold nuggets of investing wisdom. Maybe a few stocks the “Oracle of Omaha” has been looking at could also be uncovered? Whether or not that happens, though, dinner with the next guest on the list would be just as if not more exciting.

Coming in at 12% is Jeff Bezos, the second richest man in the world and Amazon founder who also happens to have a knack for space exploration. Albeit usually viewed as secondary to Elon Musk’s SpaceX, Jeff Bezos is a unique character to learn more about over dinner. From graduating from Princeton to founding one of the biggest companies in the world, his accolades are no short of impressive.

Finally, is Cathie Woods, founder of ARK Investments, a hedge fund focused on new cutting-edge fields. From bioengineering to A. If you’re looking to stick your money in some innovative projects, Cathie is the person to chat with. You may know her from her infamous public news declaration that Tesla would reach a base price target in five years of $3,000 and fund an incredible 2020 performance – gaining 150%. Either way, this dinner pick may very well be the best from an investment perspective for any Invstr out there.

Wishing you continued success in the markets in 2022!

The Invstr Team 🙂

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