Author: Christian Darnton

Christian Darnton is the Founder of Darntons. Christian invests within public markets, specifically innovative companies and equities. He is also the host of Darntons Podcast on Spotify & YouTube, and hosts the Darntons Show on YouTube weekly.

Investors should not be expecting ground-breaking results for this quarter, specifically with guidance at $475M revenue, reflecting solely 21% YoY growth. Clearly this is well below the long-term guidance of 30%. Customer Acquisitions: Net Dollar Retention Rate: US Commercial Revenue Growth: Contribution Margin: Palantir Technologies is reported to reveal earnings for the Q322 on Monday, November 7th. It is necessary as investors that we come into earnings with a few main metrics, and principles to look for. Commonly with investments, specifically in the new age of social media, investors fail to approach earnings with the most vital metrics in mind.…

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The following article is from: C4ISRNET, Media for the Intelligence-Age Military | C4ISRNET The United States is playing a game of cat and mouse with adversaries all across the globe. The U.S. Northern Command is maintaining broad situational awareness so it can deter, detect and defeat threats to the homeland. The U.S. Indo-Pacific Command is posturing the Joint Force to fight and win against regional threats, if required. The U.S. European Command supports NATO in deterring Russia and fortifying Euro-Atlantic Security. The U.S. Central Command enables military operations to increase regional security and stability. All of these Geographic Combatant Commands…

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The following article is heavily inspired by one of my favourite books ever – Loonshots. The following article will highlight my main takeaways throughout the book, and my spin and iteration that you may find useful. Introduction: Structure: Separate The Phases: Dynamic Equilibrium:  Conclusion:   Introduction Business books, trendy magazines, and conventional wisdom often proclaims that culture is the most vital aspect for an organisation. These pseudoscientific claims regarding the optimal business, always start with culture. The media boasts that “work place culture and diversity drives success”, or that “culture is a companies biggest competitive advantage”. Now yes, whilst culture,…

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Introduction: Ray Dalio Commentary: Theory Of Human Organisation: Issues With The US: Debt Crisis & Money Printing: Introduction: Ray Dalio has been vocal regarding his commentary on the Chinese & US divide, but in recent days has expressed this view more aggressively. The following article will highlight the main points Ray Dalio mentioned, whilst also providing a unique take and twist on his commentary and thoughts. Ray Dalio Commentary: Ray Dalio has clearly noted that within the past few years, there have been clear indications that China is becoming the leading world power. There are other important powers in terms…

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Introduction: Why Invest Within Innovation? Risks Of Investing Within Innovation: Everything Money Investing Strategy Analysis: Firstly, I totally respect the hosts at Everything Money. The reason for writing is to share my experience within markets, a unique approach I feel works for myself, and to perhaps present a contrarian view on investing.  Decentralisation of thought is vital for investors, and one of the benefits with the recent rise of content related finance is the ability to grapple with a range of ideas, and therefore come to one’s own conclusion.  Innovation can come within a range of ways. And, importantly to…

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Introduction: Government: Expansion Of Government Revenue Internationally: A More Deglobalized Society: Political Uncertainty: Conclusion: Introduction: I wanted to make this report, in regard to the recent commentary by Amit Kukreja on Palantir. Firstly, full transparency, I am an investor in Palantir, however I always understand that there are some outstanding debates that I wanted to touch upon within this writing. The bottom line is: I am in full agreement with Amit on his recent analysis of Palantir. I believe this is one of the most unique companies of the generation and will bear incredible importance over the next 5 year.…

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Debt Issue: US public debt has created problems in the past but figuring out who will buy it hasn’t been one of them. Aside from creating too much demand, or not enough, the problem with debt always has been predicting the price at which it will be bought and value it will provide. $31 trillion is just a distraction. US public debt made breaking news headlines this month by rising above $31 trillion for the first time. Soon it will be $32 trillion, then $33 trillion, and in a decade, $45 trillion, according to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO). By…

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“US public debt has created problems in the past but figuring out who will buy it hasn’t been one of them. Aside from creating too much demand, or not enough, the problem with debt always has been predicting the price at which it will be bought and value it will provide. $31 trillion is just a distraction”. “US public debt made breaking news headlines this month by rising above $31 trillion for the first time. Soon it will be $32trillion, then $33trillion, and in a decade, $45 trillion, according to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO). By the time new hires…

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Symbiosis Of AI & Humans: Computers Are Better Than Humans At Certain Tasks: Lowering AI Costs: Symbiosis Of AI & Humans: The symbiosis of AI & humans will make workers far more efficient and productive. According to our research, during the next eight years AI software could boost the productivity of the average knowledge worker by nearly 140%, adding approximately $50,000 in value per worker, or $56 trillion globally, as shown below.[2] We expect the value of a knowledge worker empowered with AI to increase ~15% at an annual rate, compared to the 2.7% consensus expectation for annualized wage…

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What Is Deflation? What Will Case Deflation? Human Genome Project: Accelerated Law Of Returns: What Is Deflation? Deflation refers to a general decrease within price levels of goods and services. Put another way, the value of currency increases, thus enabling one to purchase more goods and services with the same amount of money. Deflation can occur for a range of reasons, including: Technological advancements Fall in monetary supply Declines within confidence Put another way, deflation is caused by either a fall in aggregate demand, or a increase in aggregate supply. Within this article, I want to specifically focus…

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