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The video argues that Palantir is still a good investment despite some of the reasons people have cited for disliking the company. The presenter cites the company's improving margins and cheaper stock price as evidence that Palantir is getting better and argues that Alex Carp's continued ownership stake in the company shows that he is not interested in cashing out for personal gain.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, the presenter examines whether any of the reasons cited for why people dislike Palantir have improved, and ultimately concludes that they have not. He argues that the company's multiples are not as expensive as they were a year ago, and that the company's margins may not be as good as they once were, but that overall the company is still worth investing in.
  • 00:05:00 According to the author, the main misconception about Palantir is that it is not profitable, has low margins, and is not on the path to profitability. However, the author believes that Palantir is getting cheaper and better, and that its margins are in line with similar companies. The author also believes that Alex Carp's arrogance has had a destructive impact on the company. Finally, the author notes that Alex Carp has not sold a single share of Palantir since November 2021, which suggests that he is not selling for personal gain.
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses how Alice Carp's options plan expired, and how his dilution went from 69 in 2019 to 96 in 2020 and 2021. It also discusses how the plan is slowing down, and how the company doesn't need to hire as many sales people anymore.

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