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Nov 19, 2015

The Market Tells All | Truth or Skepticism

By:Mike Butler

Dylan Ratigan & Tom Sosnoff are back again for another segment of Truth Or Skepticism! This week, the duo debates recent market woes, the Paris effect, and the looming possibility of the Fed raising interest rates. Check out the sneak peek below!

GEOPOLITICAL INFLECTION

Is there a partnership brewing between Russia & the west?
— Dylan Ratigan

Tom & Dylan reflect on the tragedy in Paris, and wonder if this will bring everyone together in the long run. Tom believes that if we see Russia turn around, commodities may follow suit.

FED RATES

What is oversold? What has the greatest pot odds?
— Tom Sosnoff

Tom discusses his plan for the future if the US does in fact raise rates. Dylan wonders if he can be long the Euro and RSX at the same time, and Tom says he absolutely can.

INDEX vs. ACTIVE INVESTING

People accept the benchmark (-1%) as an alternative to doing worse than that by being engaged and screwing it up.
— Dylan Ratigan

Tom & Dylan revive the index vs. active argument, and Dylan explains how people rationalize the acceptance of doing worse than the benchmark.

MARKET WOES

How long did it take for the market to bounce back from the terrorist attack?
— Dylan Ratigan

The duo talks about Sunday trading, and Tom admits he was up all night trading. They discuss the odd behavior in the market, and how the market essentially shrugged off the terrorist attack like it was nothing.

Remember, this was just a preview - you can watch the full segment below!


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