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Dylan Ratigan is a former news anchor and commentator for CNBC and MSNBC, and former executive at Bloomberg News. Dylan Ratigan is a world-renowned business leader and author of a best-selling book on concrete solutions for increasing investments, jobs, and opportunities in America. In 2012, Dylan invested his life savings and founded a company that designs modern farming kits to assist military veterans in operating small farms.
 
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GameStop was not a stock on anyone’s radar until about one year ago when it suddenly became the most popular stock. It was the birth of the meme stock. A year later, there’s still no clear answer what caused it or if it can happen again. This week, Tom and Dylan reflect on the events of a year ago and the likelihood of it happening again.…
 
You have multiple different markets when it comes to investing: equites, real estate, sports betting, etc. Where is the best place and how do you size appropriately for those different markets? Also, should college athletes be paid? If so, how much? If not, why not? On this week’s podcast, Tom and Dylan cover all this and more.…
 
Any startup investor must acknowledge the potential loss of their full investment. It’s the nature of the beast. And when they do lose their money, they simply go on to the next investment. It’s a numbers game. But when the reason for an investment not working are a result of fraud, there’s systemic damage done to the whole entrepreneurial world. T…
 
Is decentralized finance the future? In the last episode of the year, Tom Sosnoff and Dylan Ratigan weigh in on their past predictions for 2021 and then shift gears to what’s next. While Dylan is confident that Bitcoin is on its way to $150,000, Tom is of the belief that bitcoin is mispriced and that a pullback to $20,000 is in store. Still, find o…
 
Was 2021 extraordinary? What would make 2022 more exciting for traders and, more broadly, humankind? Tom Sosnoff and Dylan Ratigan share their thoughts around teleportation, the "new" version of meme stocks, and why they want to see a bigger appetite for risk in business, finance, and beyond.Door tastytrade
 
Yield farming is the process of lending out crypto for a fee. Firms around the world are engaging in this process by paying long holders of crypto high interest rates in exchange for borrowing and then lending out that same crypto. It’s a delicate system where all must go right or everything goes wrong. What kind of risk might that mean for markets…
 
Is going back to the office a good thing or bad? There are those who argue being home has unleashed a freedom on time and improved quality of life. At the same time, businesses that thrive on collaboration have been stalled for nearly two years. On this week’s episode, Tom and Dylan discuss returning to work, its implication for business, and Beiji…
 
Even as Michael Jordan led the Bulls to the most glorious NBA Championship reign in history, Jerry Krause spouted: “Organizations win championships—not players.” But looking at say, Tesla, a company whose valuation boggles the mind when compared to any other car company, you might ask “what would Tesla be worth without Musk?” Maybe the only way to …
 
2021 is winding down. Worries about who would win the 2020 election and its impact on the market seem a distant memory. The pandemic didn’t deter the bull. Inflation risk? Please. The truth is, nothing that we think matters actually matters where markets are concerned. Opinions are fun but rarely reliable for trading. Tom and Dylan discuss this and…
 
Fundamental investing can lead to very modest, low volatility returns. Does anyone in 2021 want modest low volatility returns? Judging by the demand for crypto assets, SPACs and IPOs, the answer is, no. Alpha investing has replaced fundamental investing and we’re willing to accept the volatility that comes with that. Tune to hear Tom and Dylan disc…
 
Markets need accountability. Whether that’s equity markets or bond markets, it makes no difference. CEOs need to know what they say publicly matters and they’re on the hook for it. Carbon footprints could be treated similarly. Loans can be structured to incentivize or penalize based on emission targets. But until we get serious about enforcement, n…
 
The IRS is asking for banking information on accounts over $10,000 as a way to track down on tax avoidance. The problem is, people with $10,000 are not setting up tax havens. That’s an issue for the 1%. Facebook is monetizing your most visceral reactions to content by manipulating your privacy. What does all this mean for privacy? Check out this we…
 
Income inequality and the fall of organized labor go hand-in-hand. The last 40 years have seen a growth in income disparity and fall in the power of organized labor. Supply chain shortages are shifting the balance of power back toward labor. This might be good for reducing income inequality but will it have a longer term fundamental impact on econo…
 
What is the statute of limitations on offensive comments? Clearly, there are degrees of offense and some things should absolutely not be tolerated. We hold NFL coaches like Jon Gruden to a standard. But what about when people run for President? What about corporate CEOs who said something offensive in college? We selectively apply reach-back justic…
 
Is Facebook the problem or are we? Mark Zuckerberg created a platform that delivers communication in an instant. Is it the fault of his creation that distortion has found its way into the platform and sowing discord? Or is it our fault and we just need a convenient scapegoat? The users actively contributed to their growth and now many of those same…
 
The second largest economy in the world belongs to China. For years their real estate and tech sectors have been growing exponentially. In just the last several months, the authoritarian hand came down on both sectors. If you’re long U.S. equities, is China the canary in a coal mine telling you to take some profits? Or has the Fed locked itself int…
 
If you just watch TV and read newspapers, you’d think the country is imploding. But the market is at all-time highs. Innovation continues in areas like crypto assets. Maybe we’re a little too worked up and the market is trying to tell us to chill a bit. On this week’s episode, Tom and Dylan discuss crypto regulation, politics and the state of the m…
 
No one will forget the events of 9/11 or where they were that day. Most of us watched on TV as the events unfolded. But for some, it was their job to report what was happening as it happened. On this week’s episode, Dylan talks about being a broadcast journalist in New York at the time of the attack. Tom talks about the fear that traveled to Chicag…
 
The best way to become relevant is to say something outrageous. Case in point, John Paulson’s prediction that crypto will be worthless. Is he right? Who knows. Did it get people talking about him again? Absolutely. Crypto pundits either insist crypto’s potential is either unlimited or it’s worthless. It’s a binary play leading to rags or riches. Fo…
 
What do you call a ball player you sign on for a fortune, puts more people in the stadium seats at higher prices but doesn’t perform better than the player they replaced? Fans might call it a bust. Team owners might see it as a success. Some companies change industries, improve customer experience and generate returns for investors. Other companies…
 
The CME’s proposed purchase of the CBOE will be scrutinized not just by regulators, but investors as well. However, when CEOs like Elon Musk decide to invest retained earnings in crypto assets, there’s no one stopping them. Maybe it makes sense to diversify from the U.S. dollar with excess reserves. But there’s risk in that which could backfire. Dy…
 
If Elon Musk had done what Andrew Cuomo did, he probably would have been gone immediately. CEOs are simply held to higher standards. Does that need to change? Do we concentrate too much power in too few people whether it’s politically or in terms of capital? Are the risks in equity markets the same as the risks in crypto markets? All this and more …
 
Robinhood’s IPO is a defining moment in retail trading. It’s a tacit acknowledgement of their success. Simplicity and confetti covered screens work. Still, there are going to be unintended consequences. Whether it’s traders getting in over their head or the lack of a complete strategic product offering, at some point Robinhood will face a challenge…
 
Continual denial of what is actually happening is a recipe for disaster. Denying Covid and the need for vaccines has proven disastrous in ending the pandemic. Denying the power of free markets and destroying publicly listed Chinese stocks destroyed China’s potential to become the financial capital of the world. Denying that our political pay struct…
 
The concept of "risk" is very misunderstood and wrongly priced, according to Tom Sosnoff and Dylan Ratigan. In this episode of Truth or Skepticism, Tom and Dylan dissect risk from a trading perspective as well as risk from an entrepreneurial, innovation standpoint. Find out how the sensationalization of meme stocks is making new retail traders (wro…
 
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