Sep 30, 2022
It takes courage to take a position opposite of everyone else. It takes even more courage to put money behind what is likely an unpopular opinion. Buying stocks in a bear market is tough when you worry prices are going to continue falling. Selling stocks into a bull market is equally difficult when you assume prices will continue to rise. Author Dylan Ratigan and co-author Josh Fabian explore the virtues of the dissenting opinion in this editorial.
Sep 29, 2022
The E-Mini S&P 500 Futures contract is currently trading at $3,735, down 21.71 percent from its opening price of 2022. In the last few days, we have tested year to date lows and managed to push a little lower. The new year to date low was set today at $3,613 and we have subsequently bounced off that new low.
Sep 23, 2022
We live in a country that has access to the greatest pool of liquidity in the world. Our market structure allows entrepreneurs, inclined to take risk, access to capital. Conversely, it allows for those with capital who are also inclined to take risk, access to ideas in which to invest.
Sep 16, 2022
Does the Federal Reserve have power over the marketplace or is it just a liquidity provider? In 1997, a computer beat a human in chess for the first time and there is a lot we can learn from how computers work compared to the market.
Sep 12, 2022
A new processor, an improved camera, and a new iOS will be brought to us in the form of the iPhone 14 we learned when Apple announced its new flagship last Wednesday. Apple has done it once again, bringing us their best combination of cutting-edge technology and design in one smartphone.
Sep 9, 2022
There are two types of people in this world, those who like the song, Sweet Caroline and those who don’t. I guess there are also two other types of people, those who embrace risk and those who fear it. Risk adverse? Contributor and Author Dylan Ratigan discusses all the reasons for or against taking risks.
Sep 7, 2022
Sep 2, 2022
In this article author and former MSNBC host Dylan Ratigan discusses predictability, change and how accelerated change enhances the potential for risk and how it adds to the challenges we’ve had to face in this country of late. The financial markets, technology, the COVID-19 pandemic, education, voting rights, healthcare reform and more.
Aug 25, 2022
Challenges have solutions. Ten years ago, in my book, Greedy Bastards, I spoke about the lack of solutions resulting from embedded and what have become outdated ways about which we approach those challenges. Education is a classic example of a challenge with solutions.
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