The Options Market is a Circus (with Dan Nathan) + The History You’ve Never Been Taught


This week on the Compound Show, Josh takes a look at the history you’ve never been taught – how failed policies from the 20th Century continue to tear our country apart today.

Plus, a discussion about the rise of retail options traders with CNBC Fast Money’s Dan Nathan, author of the Risk Reversal blog. Full show notes at as always.

You can visit Dan’s site here and check out his new podcast here.

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Show Notes:

Josh relied on several sources for the creation of this episode of The Compound Show. You can read more about this subject matter at the links below:

How the GI Bill’s Promise Was Denied to a Million Black WWII Veterans (

1934–1968: FHA Mortgage Insurance Requirements Utilize Redlining (FHC of Greater Boston)

“First a Negro… Incidentally a Veteran”: Black World War Two Veterans and the G. I. Bill of Rights in the Deep South, 1944-1948 (JSTOR)

Returning From War, Returning to Racism (New York Times)


The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America (Amazon)

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