The argument that COVID isn't dangerous because 94% of COVID deaths had underlying conditions makes sense, until you realize more than 50% of the US population suffers from those same
Oil is currently $5/barrel if you look at May Futures. But the reality is, May futures expire tomorrow and nobody is buying them, so low liquidity lead to a crash.
Oil is interesting because it's not typical market, it's more like betting on 3d geopolitical chess. Basically what happened was Russia walked away from an OPEC+ deal to cut production
I started learning another programming language and noticed that after learning a certain number of languages, I've stop seeing individual languages. Instead I've started being able to memorize languages as