Stocks Rally Into Gridlock
Join Downtown Josh Brown and Michael Batnick for another round of What Are Your Thoughts? On this week’s episode, Josh and Michael discuss the biggest topics in investing and finance, including:
►Binance acquiring FTX! – Twitter feud between the CEOs of FTX and Binance has blown up.
►Election Night – Big changes ahead?
►Poof – The once high-flying Covid stocks have lost 90% of their market cap.
►Twitter Transition – “Twitter delaying $8 blue checks until after Election Day — as some fired workers are asked back.”
►The 60/40 – “We are experiencing the lowest 30-year DCA performance for the 60/40 portfolio from 1970 until today.”
►Make the Case
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