I joined my fellow CNBC Fast Money panelist Guy Adami and our friend Danny Moses (who you may know from The Big Short) on a special BONUS episode of our podcast, On The Tape. See more about what we’re doing here.
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We’re looking to give our unfiltered, unbiased commentary each week on financial markets and related topics. For those of you who think you’ve heard enough of me and Guy on Fast Money, our goal is to dig a bit deeper on stories we feel don’t always get the proper financial media coverage.
In a bonus episode of On The Tape, Guy, Dan and Danny discuss the speculative fervor enveloping financial markets with stocks at all-time highs, strategists are moving the goalposts and writing new playbooks as corporate treasuries (TESLA) are replacing their cash with Bitcoin, and there seems to be no end to SPAC issuance. The co-hosts interview co-founder and CEO of Morning Brew Alex Lieberman (10:55) to discuss the young business-news reader and the responsibility of Morning Brew in this era of millennial trading. In that vein, they then speak with Dough CEO Victor Jones (32:37) about what the takeaways are from this GME/WSB volatility and what is to come for the brokerage industry.
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