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. See more about what we’re doing here.
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We discuss this week’s rate-induced market sell-off (0:34), the merging narratives between meme stocks/crypto/Reddit, a closer look at the ETF market through active vs passive funds (10:09). The co-hosts interview CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management and CNBC Halftime Report contributor Josh Brown (21:59), chatting about his reflections on his birthday, what he makes of the crypto boom and how it ties into behavioral finance. We also talk about Josh’s entry into financial services (41:13) and his experience as a stock market commentator on TV (50:03).
Josh’s podcast is The Compound Show with Downtown Josh Brown, and his blog is TheReformedBroker.com.
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