I joined my fellow CNBC Fast Money panelist Guy Adami and our friend Danny Moses (who you may know from The Big Short) on another episode of our podcast, On The Tape.
This was a really special episode and we’d love to hear what you thought about it. If you stick around or fast forward to the end, you can hear a song that Mikel Jollett (this week’s guest) performed live for us around 1:08:35.
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We discuss some troubling signs in markets on insider selling, corporate issuance and SPACs (1:48), what this debt level means for taxpayers and bond markets (8:12), Danny’s rant on the BUZZ behind Portnoy’s ETF (16:35) and what defensive stocks/sectors might work in this environment (23:58).
We interview Mikel Jollett (28:25), creator and frontman of the band The Airborne Toxic Event. We talk about what it’s like to release both a memoir and album (both named Hollywood Park) during the pandemic, his political activism and his musical inspirations. He ends by discussing his favorite venue and he plays us out with a song (1:08:35).
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