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My cuz is a family practice doc & he said about 40% of his patients are seeking phsyciatric help (anxiety, depression, burnout) — he can conduct a virtual visit w/ the same amount of success as in person

Which shows there is a hunger for mental health therapies, education, and awareness.

this thematic is being covered on several fronts:

1. consumer apps (headspace & calm)

2. Cultural products (Madhappy - $LVMH)

3. Virtual hospital visits ($TDOC)

does anyone else have an interest in the business strategy behind mental health?
 
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I’m looking at a transcript of $snap’s conference call. Here’s what I don’t understand: Why is stock compensation, payroll taxes, and depreciation excluded from company expenses?

how is the possible under GAAP?
 

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I’m looking at a transcript of $snap’s conference call. Here’s what I don’t understand: Why is stock compensation, payroll taxes, and depreciation excluded from company expenses?

how is the possible under GAAP?
I just took a look at the transcript and idk if you didn't see but the line right before that says that they prepared financials using both GAAP and non-GAAP which is common. When they discussed on the call I'm guessing they wanted to use non-GAAP expenses because when discussing the expenses it would show a more reasonable picture of what the reoccuring expenses are and wouldn't include items that don't affect cash flow or are infrequent. For the payroll taxes, I don't think it would be payroll taxes that were excluded entirely but payroll taxes related to the stock compensation.

You can see the GAAP financials on their investor relations website if that was what you were looking for.
 
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