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Dylan Ratigan
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tastytrade 15h
Does the election matter or is it all about what happens with the stimulus? and Tom Sosnoff hypothesize the biggest potential trades in this week's "Truth or Skepticism." Listen now at
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tastytrade Oct 21
On join Tom, , and other guests as they cover the markets as they move beginning at 7pm CT on
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John Charles Hamilton Mastroligulano Farrows Oct 20
Replying to @DylanRatigan
We all know what the right number is what it has always been & that number is=transparency. Opaque footing only fosters cheating & no confidence. Like telling people they are actually voting behind a veil & machines we're supposed to just believe aren't tampered with decide lol
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Dylan Ratigan Oct 20
5 Trillion is the right number ~
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Liz Ann Sonders Oct 20
Fed now owns 22% of all marketable Treasury securities, a new record & up from peak of 20% in 2014 ... in September 2019, share was just 13%, smallest since 2011
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Jared Bernstein Oct 20
I am **sure** this is going to happen: "Should Joe Biden win the election, the moment he puts his hand on the Bible on Inauguration Day, the Republican Party will suddenly remember that there is nothing more threatening to America than budget deficits."
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Nassim Nicholas Taleb Oct 20
Understand the IYI (intellectual yet idiot) bureaucratic-political class: We spend trillions of $$ on Qixotic nuclear games. But: 9 m into a pandemic, we still don't have instant testing, which wd curb the pandemic & avoid lockdowns, which are costing us another few trillions.
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Pete Dominick Oct 19
I'm loathe to look at ratings, downloads & other metrics for my podcast but after one year I finally did an audit and I'm proud to say it's in the top 10 most listened and has almost 1000 5 star reviews on Apple Podcasts. Thanks for listening/supporting
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Richard Barrow in Thailand 🇹🇭🇬🇧 Oct 18
8:43pm Victory Monument has re-opened to traffic. Protesters took all of their rubbish with them and so there wan’t much work for the street cleaners to do. As one of my followers said, unlike in the US, there was also no looting!
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Victor Jones Oct 17
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Joe Freeman Oct 17
This protest sign today sums up what’s happening in Thailand perfectly
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Tim Hentschel Oct 16
Replying to @AP
Breaking news: the sky is blue.
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Joe Costello Oct 15
hah, dont be retweeting that shit, if anyone buys it there, I dont get any money, they never talked to the publisher - me
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Joe Costello Oct 15
Replying to @DylanRatigan
although they must be getting it from Amazon, how messed up is that?
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tastytrade Oct 14
As the health of the US economy is still in flux with the pandemic fallout, Tom & center their conversation on "innovation drag." How will the lack of collaboration, creativity, and new business set us back? And for how long? Listen now at
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Vala Afshar Oct 11
"The biggest communication problem is we don't listen to understand. We listen to reply."
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tastytrade Oct 11
As Tom Sosnoff & have said before, it's hard to shock the market anymore. Can "anything" sway the market before the big election? Tune in and listen to the latest episode of Truth or Skepticism at , or now!
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Bloomberg Opinion Oct 11
It’s time to do away with 401(k) middlemen and let people just invest directly in low-cost mutual funds and ETFs
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Steve Faktor 5 Dec 17
Driving an old car into the ground remains the greenest solution vs any electric. Manufacturing, materials & ongoing generation/transmission costs mean there's ZERO business case for accelerated substitution. Only a psychological self-congratulatory one.
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Dylan Ratigan Oct 10
Replying to @DylanRatigan
I’m suggesting adapting to more mobility with a blanket of testing for everyone once a week so ppl have current test to authorize mobility + mask/SD/Hand sanitizer
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