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holdingsnoun

  • ja〔株、債券、不動産などの〕所有財産、保有資産
  • enlegally owned property, such as land, capital, or stocks

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That's Henry Harteveldt.
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Donald Trump hired him as the marketing director for Trump Shuttle.
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Mr. Trump thought that having an airline would complement his other travel-related holdings,
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and that's why he was interested in it.
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Your simplicity long ended when you took Persian mistresses and children,
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and you thickened your holdings with plunder and jewels!
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Okay, let's talk about some of the holdings that we mentioned before.
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At the end of the last block, we were talking about Apple,
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which is the stock, according to the filings,
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that we've seen that you've been buying most frequently and most heavily.
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There are a lot of questions that have come in on Apple.
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- And people wanna know why you're doubling or tripling down on this stock at this point. - Yeah, well.
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They may wanna know, but I'm not gonna tell them.
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I mean, they can look at our actions.
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And we have to report those every 3 months.
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But we're not in the investment advisory business.
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The Tesla CEO proposed to acquire SolarCity for $2.8 billion on Wednesday.
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Musk, who is a major shareholder in both companies, insists the deal will still require support
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from a majority of "non-me shareholders."
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But that could create a problem because of the overlap between the 2 investor groups.
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Holdings in Tesla are worth many billions more than their stakes in SolarCity.
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So while SolarCity shareholders should love this deal,
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those same investors may worry a merger will hurt their Tesla shares.