The Weekly Bull Report – April 7, 2019 ?

Welcome to the 47th edition of The Weekly Bull Report.

Here’s a short list of content we found interesting and informative over the past 7 days…

? Interesting Articles & News:


  • Presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg said he’s raised $7 million so far this year without having virtually any ground game. ??
  • Trump is reportedly considering the appointment of an “immigration czar” to head up his immigration policies. ✔


  • If the US-Mexico border is shut down, avocados may be hard to come by. The US would run out of the popular fruit in three weeks, according to Mission Produce. ? Asparagus toast anyone?
  • Jeff and Mackenzie Bezos are officially divorced, with Mackenzie getting Amazon stock worth more than $35 billion. That makes her the fourth-richest woman in the world with the stroke of a pen. ?



  • DeepMind and Google: battle to control artificial intelligence. Read how. ?
  • Apple will soon face new competition for its popular AirPods. Amazon is said to be working on its own wireless earbuds that will have built-in Alexa access.
  • Amazon confirmed it’s working on an ambitious plan to launch thousands of satellites into low-Earth orbit that could provide broadband access to areas of the world that don’t have high-speed internet.



  • Underwater archaeologists find surprising artifacts from major Roman naval battle. ⚓
  • The alternative meat trend is taking a big step into the mainstream: Burger King will add a vegetarian version, which says it tastes nearly identical to beef.
  • April 2 was “Equal Pay Day,” which symbolizes how far into the year women must work to earn what men earned in the previous year. ?


  • From treating his epilepsy with weed as a teen, this 32-year-old is now a multimillionaire cannabis entrepreneur. Read his amazing story. ??
  • FDA sets first hearing on CBD in May as the agency looks at legalizing the cannabis compound to add to food and drinks. What will this mean?
  • Amanda Feilding is a leading advocate for the use of drugs in medicine. Now she’s leading the charge for medical marijuana in Europe.
  • Doctors and former players team up to change the NFL’s Medical Marijuana Policy. ? Read about it here.


  • Mistakes, abuse & VAR: What are the pressures like on a Premier League referee? Read about it here.
  • Europe’s next big soccer stars will come from…Major League Soccer (MLS). Read why. ⚽


? Noteworthy Stocks & Assets:

  • Saudi stocks are booming – Thanks to Index Makers.? Read more here.
  • Wuhan General Group ($WUHN) climbs after announcing they’re entering the “magic mushroom” space. ??


? Quotes That Inspire Us:

  • “Success is not final; failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.” – Winston S. Churchill
  •  “Opportunities don’t happen. You create them.” – Chris Grosser


? Word Of The Week:

  • Non sequitur [non se·qui·tur] – noun – A statement that does not logically follow what has been said before.
    Example: Her comment about dogs was a real non sequitur when we’d been talking about going to the beach.


 Did You Know: 

  • 50 fascinating facts about cats. What are they??
  • On this day in history: April 7, 1948 – World Health Organization formed by the United Nations. And in April 7, 1969 – It was the Internet’s symbolic birth date: publication of RFC 1.


? A Must Watch & Listen:

  • Exponential View: How AI and other exponential technologies are transforming business and society – Investing in Disruptive Innovation: Cathie Wood, one of Bloomberg’s 50 people who defined global business in 2018, discusses the five innovation platforms shaping our future and strategies for investing in them.
  • Analysis: Programme examining the ideas and forces which shape public policy – Are we heading for a mass extinction?

? Books We Are Reading:

  • Everything Is Obvious: How Common Sense Fails Us – By Duncan J. Watts
    By understanding how and when common sense fails, we can improve our understanding of the present and better plan for the future. 
  • Superforecasting: The Art and Science of Prediction – By Philip E. Tetlock and Dan Gardner
    *New York Times Bestseller* – This book offers the first demonstrably effective way to improve our ability to predict the future – whether in business, finance, politics, international affairs, or daily life – and is destined to become a modern classic.


? Feel Good Sunday:

  • The Mindset of High Achievers: Do what the 99% are not doing. Watch the video.


? One Liners:

  • Professor: Just got an email from a student where they referred to the 90s as ” the late 1900s” ?


Our very best wishes for a brilliant upcoming week! ??

Respectfully yours,

The IBR Team

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Anna Morera Leralta

Medical Doctor specializing in Integrative Medicine and exploring the Medical Cannabis opportunity. Also fascinated by the convergence of Life Sciences and Technology - in particular Artificial Intelligence and how it will affect health care in the future. During my internships and volunteering, I have worked hand-in-hand with well-know physicians and professionals of the Health-Biotech sector. I've been awarded with numerous awards of excellence and scholastic scholarships. I'm a co-founder of an IoT startup that aims to help smokers successfully quit. Born and raised in Barcelona - Spain, with a zest for traveling, learning and expanding my horizons. Always curious, hard-working, open-minded and self-motivated.

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