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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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Shares of Microsoft were on the move lower as the first big tech name to report earnings this quarter. What the results – and the move – mean for where stocks go this week. Plus another volatile day for the markets – the names our traders think may have been too unfairly punished.By CNBC
 
The Nasdaq erased nearly 5% of losses on Monday to end the day in the green. Other indexes also closed out the day with gains. So has the bottom been put in for stocks, or with the Fed meeting and big tech earnings on deck, is there more pain to come. Plus the kick-off of our week-long Retail Revolution – we talk with one trader about how things ha…
 
Stocks closed out a bumpy week with another round of losses on Friday. And for the week, all major indexes saw significant drops, yields retreated from multi-year highs, and even the commodity trade took a hit. So what are markets trying to tell us? Plus, Netflix seeing its worst day in nearly a decade and is now trading at multiples comparable to …
 
GameStop was not a stock on anyone’s radar until about one year ago when it suddenly became the most popular stock. It was the birth of the meme stock. A year later, there’s still no clear answer what caused it or if it can happen again. This week, Tom and Dylan reflect on the events of a year ago and the likelihood of it happening again.…
 
The Nasdaq closed the day at three-month lows and one top investor says there’s a lot more pain ahead. Just how much more markets can fall. Plus Microsoft swooping in to buy troubled Activision Blizzard. Jefferies’ Andrew Uerkwitz joins with his thoughts on the latest deal in the metaverse.By CNBC
 
JPMorgan shares dropping after its earnings report Friday, after the company warned about rising costs and wages. But Wells Fargo got a surprising pop after its results. What these earnings say about the strength of the sector, and how you should trade it. Plus, the S&P has been climbing at a perfect 25 degree angle for 18 months – but the Chart Ma…
 
Oil prices crossed the $83 mark for the first time since November and are up almost 10% already this year. That’s fueled energy stocks to gains of 15% or more, but one strategist says you should be buying the commodity, not the stocks. And tech has seen a big comeback over the past two and a half days, but one top technician is skeptical the streng…
 
You have multiple different markets when it comes to investing: equites, real estate, sports betting, etc. Where is the best place and how do you size appropriately for those different markets? Also, should college athletes be paid? If so, how much? If not, why not? On this week’s podcast, Tom and Dylan cover all this and more.…
 
China tech has seen a strong start to the year after a rough 2021 – the KWEB already up more than 7%, with names like Alibaba, JD.com and Baidu leading the way. Is it time to jump in, or should you stay on the sidelines? Plus markets continued their momentum from late in the day Monday, but Canaccord’s Tony Dwyer says you should be braced for more …
 
After falling as much as 2.7% early in the session, the Nasdaq staged a late-day comeback to close out the day in the green. Major tech names all saw big rebounds during the day as well. Plus, we’re live at the J.P. Morgan Health Care Conference with the CEO of Illumina. What’s next for the company and the stock?…
 
Banks resuming their strong start to the year with the KBE ETF jumping more than 3% and on pace for its best week since February. How the traders are looking at these names as we gear up for earnings next week. Plus the one stock each trader thinks is being unfairly punished as a growth stock, even though it’s truly a calm value play.…
 
Any startup investor must acknowledge the potential loss of their full investment. It’s the nature of the beast. And when they do lose their money, they simply go on to the next investment. It’s a numbers game. But when the reason for an investment not working are a result of fraud, there’s systemic damage done to the whole entrepreneurial world. T…
 
The start of the year is often an opportunity to turn over a new leaf, but today’s action on Wall Street was all about strength in the old economy stocks. Was this a matter of rising yields taking out high-fliers, or is there something more going on here? Plus Paul Sankey lays out a new pairs trade you won’t want to miss.…
 
The S&P clocking in new record closes to kick off 2022, but will the stocks that led the way last year continue to post monster gains. The traders lay out their picks for the names to watch. Plus one long-time laggard in the chip space saw a big breakthrough today. Why the move caught the eye of one of our traders.…
 
Is decentralized finance the future? In the last episode of the year, Tom Sosnoff and Dylan Ratigan weigh in on their past predictions for 2021 and then shift gears to what’s next. While Dylan is confident that Bitcoin is on its way to $150,000, Tom is of the belief that bitcoin is mispriced and that a pullback to $20,000 is in store. Still, find o…
 
The S&P posted an all-time high close to finish out the holiday-shortened trading, and has risen more than 4.5% from its lows hit just on Monday. So does this set us up for more strength as we head into the last week of the year? Plus it’s not just Roblox and the former Facebook making waves in the metaverse. We’ve got the names – and the trades – …
 
There’s one full day left before Christmas Eve and travelers are getting ready for the holiday rush. And despite rising cases of omicron, demand is high and that’s helping airline, cruise line and hotel stocks over the past week. Where are they heading from here? Plus bitcoin has been tracking the Nasdaq pretty closely recently. What that might mea…
 
Was 2021 extraordinary? What would make 2022 more exciting for traders and, more broadly, humankind? Tom Sosnoff and Dylan Ratigan share their thoughts around teleportation, the "new" version of meme stocks, and why they want to see a bigger appetite for risk in business, finance, and beyond.By tastytrade
 
The more than 100-year-old movie theater chain, AMC Entertainment, has been on a wild ride this year after losing $4.6 billion dollars in revenue in 2020. The pandemic pushed the company to the brink of bankruptcy, but in October 2021 its market cap was higher than $18 billion thanks, in part, to a group of 4.1 million retail investors who now own …
 
Stocks recouped all of their losses from Monday and then some, with stocks tied to the reopening trade seeing some of the biggest gains. But strength was widespread with big tech adding nearly $200B in market cap. Does this set the stage for more strength into year-end? Plus Jack Dorsey caused a stir on social media after going after saying Web3 is…
 
Tech stocks gave up yesterday’s gains in a big way on Thursday, with the Nasdaq dropping 2.5% and Apple falling nearly 4% – its worst day since March. How the traders are playing today’s pullback. Plus, a watchdog expresses concerns over fintechs’ impact on the consumer. What it means for names like Affirm and the newly-renamed Block.…
 
Stocks closing at their highs of the day after spending most of the session in the red. That move comes after the central bank doubled the pace of its tapering and said it expects to raise rates three times next year. So has all the market uncertainty been erased? And did the markets get the all clear through year-end?…
 
Yield farming is the process of lending out crypto for a fee. Firms around the world are engaging in this process by paying long holders of crypto high interest rates in exchange for borrowing and then lending out that same crypto. It’s a delicate system where all must go right or everything goes wrong. What kind of risk might that mean for markets…
 
Markets pulling back ahead of the Fed’s decision tomorrow, with Microsoft dropping more than 3% and Amazon in a correction. Does today’s action mean it’s time to put a fork in big tech’s outperformance? Plus one analyst sounding the alarm on fintech firms, saying that, with rising delinquencies, the “pay later” part of the equation is becoming more…
 
We’re less than two days away from what might be the most important central bank decision of the year. How you should be setting yourself up for Wednesday’s announcement. Plus retail stocks getting hit harder than the broader market today. What the traders make of the weakness, and the names where they’re still seeing opportunity.…
 
Consumer prices rose at their fastest pace in nearly forty years in November. So what does it mean for the Fed and your portfolio? The Chart Master lays out some trades he says can weather the storm of rising prices. Plus Ford hitting its highest level since 2001. What’s behind the move and where does the stock go from here?…
 
We’re just hours away from November’s CPI print, and economists are looking for the highest reading in nearly 40 years. What that could mean for the Fed and how you should prime yourself for the report. Plus a “Nu” Kid on the Block. How the traders are playing a Berkshire-backed Brazilian bank that made its market debut today.…
 
Adam Mosseri faced off against Congress over Instagram’s impact on teens. Will the hearing effect any change in the platform, and will it impact the stock. Plus crypto execs also heading to Capitol Hill today to talk about regulation of the industry. We’re joined by the CEO of Stellar Development, straight off her testimony.…
 
Is going back to the office a good thing or bad? There are those who argue being home has unleashed a freedom on time and improved quality of life. At the same time, businesses that thrive on collaboration have been stalled for nearly two years. On this week’s episode, Tom and Dylan discuss returning to work, its implication for business, and Beiji…
 
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