Making Money From Desperate Women - MGTOW
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This video is brought to you by a donation from James. He didn't give me a topic so what I want to talk about how you should adjust your investing strategy for the feminist apocalypse or femmepocalypse. For the longest time there's been this idea in the MGTOW community that women are going to be lonely as more men go their own way so it's time to buy pet food stocks. In the US in 2018 the US pet industry expenditures were 90.5 billion dollars. In 2019 it went up to 97.1 billion and in 2020 it was 103.6 billion. So spending on pets is growing at around 6-7% a year. That sure beats a treasury bill. But what companies do you invest in to take advantage of fat feminists that are getting busy cleaning out litter boxes? Historically the growth rate has been somewhere around 3-4%. Now it's 6-7%. I'm predicting as society becomes increasingly woke it will probably grow at 8 or 9%. But what pet stocks do you buy to take advantage of this
trend. I'll discuss that as well as dating stocks to take advantage of the growing incel demographic in just a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor The MGTOW Book Collection: Anyways, now back to the video. Just remember this video isn't financial advice. Do your own research and I'm not responsible if you buy the wrong things and lose money. So what pet stocks are worth it? Companies like Petco Health are
over valued and the price hasn't gone anywhere. Other companies like Trupanion provide pet insurance and while growing they aren't profitable. A company called Pedmed express has been growing and pays a 3.66% dividend and provides meds for cats, dogs and horses. It looks like something that's worth it if you have a ten year investment horizon. But who wants to wait that long? One pet company after another and they all suck. The only one that I would have bought back in the day was Petsmart but they went private after they were bought by BC Partners. So if you can't invest in pets what do you invest in? I got the idea for this video after I watched a dating documentary by incelmatics where he complained
that online dating was rigged against men and that three quarters of the people on dating platforms are men and those men are paying for memberships so they get boosted in the searches and get super likes and other features like unlimited swiping and the strategy is working for their parent company the match company. Their stock has gone from around seventeen dollars five years ago to one hundred and forty dollars today. That's a massive fifteen to twenty percent annual growth rate. In 2015 they had only 714 thousand paying subs at the end of that year. In 2016 it was 1.6 million. In 2017 it was 3.1 million. In 2018 it was 4.3 million frustrated incels. In 2019 it went up to 5.9 million and finally in 2020 it was up to 6.7 million. Now that the coof is over people are going to go out and start meeting each other and dating again so I'm predicting that the user base growth will accelerate on Tinder. But Match group, the largest online dating company also owns OkCupid, Match.com and plenty of fat just to name a few of their properties. There's also Bumble which was started by a woman that used to work at Tinder and she made a fortune off her own original idea that she stole from Tinder. That stock has been going sideways since it debuted so I wouldn't touch it. Incel men paying for visibility boosts on that site doesn't matter as much because the woman has to make the first move.
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