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

 

Feb 23, 2022

During Covid, volatility futures peaked in the 80s. Today, with Russia on the precipice of invading Ukraine, volatility is 70 – 75% below those peaks. Does that mean the Russia/Ukraine situation is a lot to do about nothing? Or is the risk just easier to quantify? On this week’s episode, Tom and Dylan discuss the...


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Feb 16, 2022

The idea of a “new paradigm” is too overused. We don’t see new as paradigms as often as people claim. However, there are some legitimate paradigm shifts from time to time and one we are seeing is in content consumption. Long form storytelling and longer decision making trees are not nearly as relevant as they once...


Feb 16, 2022

The idea of a “new paradigm” is too overused. We don’t see new as paradigms as often as people claim. However, there are some legitimate paradigm shifts from time to time and one we are seeing is in content consumption. Long form storytelling and longer decision making trees are not nearly as relevant as they once...


Feb 9, 2022

Where do you draw the line before you break up a monopoly? And who are the monopolies? Can a company go too far with their business expansion and make themselves vulnerable to a level of scrutiny they may not want? Does it make sense for Amazon, who just moved into telehealth, to next move into financial services?...


Feb 2, 2022

Commissions on equity trading were cut to nothing in the last few years. And while costs for derivatives trading have been reduced, there is still a cost. Yet the derivatives market is the one seeing a faster growth rate and it’s by and large being driven by retail traders. On a separate but related note, actively...