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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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When does "talking your book" cross over into stock manipulation? On this week's podcast, Tom and Dylan discuss the recent price action in GameStop and whether or not, Keith Gill (better known as Roaring Kitty) manipulated the stock's price or simply found and exploited a market inefficiency. Does the situation need to be investigated simply to avo…
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A good job, marriage, 2.5 kids, house, car and a trip to Disneyworld. That was the American Dream. Is it still? Have the things we want out of life changed and with that, has the dream changed? That's fine if that's the case. The deeper question is, has the dream changed because the original dream isn't attainable? Or, has it changed because what w…
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We thought the chapter on meme stocks was complete. It was written off as people fed up with being stuck at home from Covid, taking their government checks and bidding up stocks no one was watching. Essentially, it was something that was unlikely to happen under any other circumstances. So, what brought it back this time? Tom and Dylan discuss meme…
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Tenure is unique to academia. Teachers are afforded protection once granted tenure so they can research and discuss topics that might otherwise jeopardize job security. However, there is an unintended consequence that needs addressing. That is, when teaching jobs are protected, does it end up keeping out fresh blood with new ideas? On this week's e…
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The FTC recently ruled noncompete agreements can no longer be used for employees making less than $151K in non-senior leadership roles. On this week's episode, Tom and Dylan debate noncompete agreements and if they should be used. Is there a case for companies using them after making an investment in an individual? Or does a noncompete just trap pe…
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We're unique. Or maybe special is a better way of putting it. Unconventional. We take the other side of what the general public thinks, says or does. It's not just about trading, it's a way of approaching life. Does it offer any advantages? We aren't really sure but it works for us and it's gotten us this far. On this week's episode, Dylan challeng…
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Was it a single shooter that killed Kennedy or were there more? What about the moon landing? Conspiracy theories have and always will exist. Improvements in technology mean even the most insane and destructive ideas can reach a wide audience and generate profits. Alex Jones is the poster child for that type of exploitation. At the same time, techno…
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If Patrick Mahomes were told the most money he could make playing football is $1 million, would he quit? If a net worth limit were imposed, what would be the repercussions? There's an argument to be made that the pursuit of money has diminishing returns. It doesn't lead to greater happiness. It does create wealth inequality and inflation. A new soc…
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Last week, news was made when a quadriplegic man with a chip implanted in his brain allowed him to manipulate the chess pieces on a computer game. Moving the pieces on a chessboard are one thing, but the implications go far beyond games. The potential for what these chips can do is virtually unlimited. That may seem fantastic in some instances, but…
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For many college graduates, they enter the workforce and are unable to land a job related to their field of study. The jobs they end up with often pay less. Starting out earning less than their potential sets them on a lifetime path of under-earning relative to their potential. In many instances, these graduates are also saddled with student debt. …
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You have to take risk to make progress or be successful. One of the unique aspects of success in the business community is the reliance it creates. Companies like Facebook, Google and X are incredibly successful in the social media space. The bring a utility billions of people are using. The flip side to that is, if any one of those companies is ha…
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When politicians buy options or stock and those trades are profitable, it's natural to wonder if they are trading on non-public information and gaining an unfair advantage. Sure, there's an argument to be made legislators should trade so they understand markets. But if trading and understanding leads to the appearance of impropriety and a corrupt g…
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There is no place in life where being passive leads to success. Finance is no different. However, there are plenty of people out there who will tell you different. Who will tell you it's too hard. Who will tell you financial media is going to hurt your finances. The truth is a little different because at a minimum, financial media generates engagem…
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Artificial intelligence is improving at a pace we can no longer really control. It's evolution on steroids. Today, there are companies that can use publicly available information to replicate your thoughts. Want to have dinner with John Kennedy? No problem. Want to know what Abraham Lincoln thinks about the state of our politics? Just ask. But what…
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Tom Sosnoff and Dylan Ratigan dissect Elon Musk's recent legal tussle, in which he sought a hefty share compensation from the Tesla board, a request promptly dismissed by a discerning judge. Despite their typical pro-innovator stance, Tom and Dylan agree with the judicial decision. Delve into this episode of Truth or Skepticism to unravel their com…
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There's a perception out there that individual self-directed investors need to be protected from themselves. Take the recent bitcoin ETFs. Mainstream media is saying individual investors got left holding the bag. But did they? The truth is investors have been long bitcoin for year and used the ETF launches to take profits. Also this week, are regul…
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If you invest in a company because you believe in the founder, are you investing in a company or are you investing in the person? Take it a step further. Imagine that founder comes back and says they have another business idea and want more money or else they'll develop the new business on the side. Is that blackmail or is it a fair ask? That's the…
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Is social media really a threat or is it just a scapegoat? Each generation thinks the next generation is being dumbed down by media consumption. Social media is the most recent battlefield. There is evidence that social media is addictive and has the ability to affect decision making as a result of curated feeds. On this week's episode Tom argues s…
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We all like a good story. There's nothing wrong with that. However, when we trust the story at the expense of the facts, we have a problem. Markets are the ultimate deciders. The information available in a liquid marketplace ultimately gets parsed down, resulting in prices reflective of true value. Outside of the market; however, facts have become …
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