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A weekly tastytrade podcast from Tom Sosnoff and Dylan Ratigan covering everything from investment approaches, to politics, to technology, to world news.

 

Aug 17, 2022

When we think of engaged employees, we think of what makes a company successful. Its value is seen in terms of a positive. But when we lose engagement, what does that mean? How do you measure it? What is its cost? Zoom and remote work have undoubtedly hurt creativity in many instances, but it also kept companies...


Aug 10, 2022

Warren Buffet pays less in taxes than his assistant. A kid in college that will go on to become an investment banker and a kid that will become a teacher pay the same amount for their education but their expected earnings are not remotely close. There is little or no financial incentive to fill the most important roles...


Aug 3, 2022

We want to believe our morals lead the way. The truth, however, is when it comes to making money, we’re willing to sacrifice our morals in the name of returns. Taking a stance on moral issues, whether they be social, political, or something else seems straightforward enough. But what happens when that moral...


Jul 27, 2022

Tom and Dylan take the larger case for whether the financial systems in place are structurally sound, going all the way back to the housing and stock market crash of 2008 and 2009. Lending companies went unchecked giving people with poor credit, mortgages. Loans that predictability went into default. Instead of...


Jul 20, 2022

The U.S. dollar is trading incredibly strong relative to other currencies. Just recently, for the first time in twenty years, the dollar and the euro traded at parity. What is driving that? Has there been a fundamental and structural change in the world? Or, is it just an asset trading at an extreme? On this week’s...