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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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We knew that our conversation with Dylan Ratigan would give us the opportunity to pick the brain of a prominent populist, someone who has used his platform on mainstream media to call out the corruption of a bought Congress and corporations with more political power than working-class people. Episode 9 of Krystal Kyle & Friends focuses on Dylan’s c…
 
It doesn't seem to matter the financing method, retail investors never get to play with the big boys. SPACs are great for raising capital but are they great investments for retail investors? Has Tesla forgotten what made Tesla an experience and not just a car? Does Coinbase play too large a role in crypto currency? Check out this week's Truth or Sk…
 
Markets coming back strong after falling sharply at the start of the day. So is “Buy the Dip” alive and well? And what stocks should you be getting in on now? Plus Lucid Motors the latest name to enter the SPAC world. But the window of opportunity to see gains may be shorter than you think.By CNBC
 
Big tech taking a big hit today as interest rates continue their climb higher. So is this the end of the long-unstoppable bull market in tech. We break down the trade. And will Kohl’s be a buy with or without an activist trying to shake up its board? Why one trader is giving the retailer’s stock a second look.…
 
For our eighth episode, we spoke with Glenn Greenwald to discuss his political work and his philosophical roots. Co-founder of The Intercept and current author of the Glenn Greenwald Substack, Glenn is someone whose opinions we want to know when it comes to important topics, as Kyle points out in the episode. That’s why we were thrilled to sit down…
 
With winter weather wreaking havoc on the South, investing in infrastructure is even more front and center. We take a look at the stocks that could be affected. Plus we’re a year since hitting the S&P’s pre-pandemic high, but not all stocks have taken part in the recovery. We’ve got some names ready to play catch up.…
 
When House hearings commence this week, expect Ken Griffin to be targeted by politicians. Why? Because when you're the richest guy in Illinois and no one really understands what you do in finance, you become low hanging fruit for vilification. Tom and Dylan cover this, crypto and SPAC-mania this week.…
 
Friends, First of all: we were so sorry to hear that Andrew Yang couldn’t join us this week, as he’s currently battling COVID-19. Please join us in sending him well wishes for a speedy recovery. We start off by discussing the impeachment proceedings and the confirmation hearing of Neera Tanden. As Sen. Bernie Sanders has pointed out, it’s worth pon…
 
Twitter shares soared more than 25% this week on the heels of a strong earnings report and user growth. But one trader is pulling the plug on the name. Plus, just in time for Valentine’s Day, we’re taking a look at the most loved stocks on Wall Street and finding out whether they’re true love or heartbreakers.…
 
Gordon Gekko encouraged a generation that greed is good. But who would have thought it'd be Cheech and Chong responsible for creating new market participants? From pot stocks to crypto, a new generation of investors is engaged. Tom and Dylan discuss this, the volcano some are unknowingly dancing on and what the fallout after the eruption might look…
 
Tesla announced it bought $1.5 billion in the popular cryptocurrency, sending the price of Bitcoin to all-time highs. But what happens if other companies start buying up the digital coin too? And with airlines rallying along with the broader markets today, will the reopening rally continue to drive stocks?…
 
How can a new generation of leftists learn from Chomsky’s practice as well as his theory? Our own conversation with Professor Chomsky on this week’s episode of Krystal Kyle & Friends reveals how important this question is to him. Chomsky hopes that his lifetime of work will provide insight into current political struggles — against corporate lootin…
 
Even in the most polarized times, nothing crosses the political divide like low hanging fruit. And there’s no perceived lower hanging fruit in the world of trading than payment for order flow and short selling. Arguably the most misunderstood aspects of finance. Listen in as Tom explains to Dylan why payment for order flow has improved market effic…
 
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