When the chase has come to an end, you are able to catch your breath and reassess. Formulate opinions rather than react with envy about the gains of others.
For African Americans, the government policy decisions made toward the end of World War II – starting with the GI Bill – were basically an economic inequality super-spreader event.
First the podcast episode blew up, now the YouTube version is taking off.
These were the most read posts on the site this week, in case you missed it:
Welcome to the latest episode of The Compound & Friends, a new podcast from your favorite financial and investing commentators. This week, Michael Batnick, Dasarte Yarnway, Emlen Mattingly, and Josh Brown discuss:
People should be excited about lower stock prices, says Ritholtz CEO Josh Brown from CNBC. This isn’t head for the hills time, just have a little dry powder ready, says Cerity’s Lebenthal from CNBC. Final Trades: Visa, ViacomCBS, Lam Research & more from CNBC.
I’m not looking for new highs this week, but I’m still a bull, says Josh Brown from CNBC.
That’s what I think, at least.
Join Downtown Josh Brown and Michael Batnick for another round of What Are Your Thoughts?
Final Trades: Alphabet, Exxon, Aptiv & more from CNBC.