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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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Another monster earnings miss in the retail sector sent Target to its worst day since Black Monday and took the rest of the market with it. But fear was felt across sectors. Will there be more pain to come or have we finally seen the worst? Plus gas prices surging to records across the country. What it means for inflation and the consumer.…
 
For the last year plus, we’ve heard repeatedly about a Great Resignation. It seemed the power dynamics shifted from management and ownership to labor. Demand was so extreme that laborers could demand wages and/or accommodations that might not otherwise be able to request. But in the span of just the last couple weeks, the pendulum swung back away f…
 
We got two very different reads on the consumer today – retail sales rising more than expected while Walmart posted its biggest earnings miss in at least 30 years. So which data point should we be looking to? And one top analyst says it’s time to bet on the beaten down fintech space. The names he says should be added to your shopping cart.…
 
Walmart and Home Depot give us important reads on the consumer and how they’re responding to decades-high inflation when they report tomorrow. What the traders are watching and what it means for the market. Plus Twitter’s CEO and Elon Musk have wildly different estimates for how many bots are on the platform. So with so much confusion, how can anyo…
 
Apple hit a 7-month low during Thursday’s session but rebounded nearly 6% since then, bringing the rest of the market with it. Is that a sign that we’ve put in our near term lows? Plus one of our traders says the best days may be over for the energy space. We find out how he’s trading the names.By CNBC
 
Equity markets are taking a beating taking crypto down with them. Is this the end of crypto or just growing pains? How do you look at the crypto segment of the market when valuations are being slashed violently? On this episode, Tom and Dylan discuss what’s going on in markets with a focus on crypto and crypto related stocks.…
 
Markets were expecting the Fed to raise interest rates 50 basis points today and that’s what they got. But for traders, the half point hike was a foregone conclusion. Did the Fed squander an opportunity? Are asset prices, which have been under pressure all year, still frothy? On this week’s episode, Tom and Dylan discuss the influence of the Fed re…
 
All eyes are on tomorrow’s Fed decision, where the central bank is expected to hike rates by the most in over twenty years. So how should you prime yourself for the trade out of tomorrow? Plus, big earnings moves from Lyft, AMD, Airbnb and more. We’re breaking down all the numbers and bringing you the trades.…
 
The old playbook was amass a lot of money through creating a successful business then spend it on houses, boats, planes or a sports team. But to the new and the wealthiest of the wealthy, that’s 20th century wealth. 21st century wealth is about creating rockets but even that’s not enough. So now the crown jewel of the wealthy is more esoteric and l…
 
Nothing lasts forever. Markets create behemoth companies but at some point, disruption comes along like a tsunami. Case in point, Netflix stock is down over 35% today. Is it over for Netflix? Probably not. But is it a sign the disruption is beginning? That’s probably a more legitimate concern. We never think things will change much until they do. S…
 
Big tech earnings season kicks off tomorrow with Netflix results after the bell. But big stocks are not trading well ahead of those prints. Could a solid season help stocks rebound or is there more pain ahead. Plus, Elon taking issue with a couple parts of Twitter’s board practices, but are his frustrations legit?…
 
Let’s begin with agreeing those willing to take risk are the people most likely to be rewarded. It should work that way. So long as that continues, there’s a positive drift to evolution and success. For those that take risk and succeed, there’s an inherent responsibility to honesty and integrity so that others can continue the positive drift. On th…
 
Stocks started the day well in the green, even as the latest CPI report showed the fastest inflation growth in more than 40 years. But the good times didn’t last and all major indexes ended the day in the red. What the reversal says about the markets. Plus oil prices surging back above the $100 mark, and one expert says the gains are just the begin…
 
The S&P and Dow closed below their 50-day moving averages and the Nasdaq dropped over 2%. What the market action, ahead of the kick-off to earnings season, means to the traders. Plus, Elon Musk won’t actually be joining Twitter’s board. Does the decision mean he has even grander plans for the social networking stock?…
 
We’re just days away from the kick off of Q1 earnings season and it’s been the defensive sectors like utilities, staples and health care leading the way recently. So do you stay with the names that have been rallying, or is it time to change things up? Plus, Elon Musk suggested it might be time for Tesla to get into lithium mining. What that could …
 
Stocks staged a massive midday rally to break a 2-day losing streak, with major indexes ending in the green. But it was staples, energy and health care leading the charge. What that says about the state of the market. Plus Walmart upping pay for its truckers – what that means for the state of the trucking industry.…
 
The Nasdaq continued its weakness Wednesday, closing at its lowest level in 2 weeks as the Fed laid out its plans to reduce its balance sheet. So is there more pain to come? And with Goldman Sachs and Citi both at 52-week highs, the traders lay out what’s next for the sector.By CNBC
 
What is the value of fundamental analysis? There was a time when domain expertise and an understanding of industries mattered. But as markets have evolved and become both more liquid and efficient, that domain expertise has lost value. In fact, if you side with Tom, you believe fundamental analysis only exists to protect against litigation. Is he r…
 
Markets closing near their lows of the day as fears of a more aggressive Fed weigh on investors. So is this the end of the recent bear market rally? Plus, Twitter rising for a second straight day as Elon Musk makes his “passive” stake a little more active. What it could mean for the social network stock.…
 
Elon Musk sending shares of Twitter to the moon today after the Tesla CEO took a nearly 10% stake in the company. But could his passive position turn into something more aggressive? Plus Howard Schultz coming back to Starbucks (again!) and making big changes. But is he positioning the company for growth, or dealing a blow to shareholders?…
 
JPMorgan took Apple off its focus list as consumer demand seems to slow and Morningstar made a major downgrade on Cathie Wood’s flagship ARK Innovation Fund. So is big tech in for a rough ride this earnings season? Plus, Newmont Mining hit a record high for the first time in nearly 35 years today! Why Carter Worth sees even more upside.…
 
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