Those worried about loose monetary policy, angry Redditors, and retail investors looking to get rich are all jumping into the crypto game, hoping the value of their coins rockets “to the moon.”
What’s happening right now has nothing to do with hedge funds, free markets, pricing theory, or any of that. It’s another front in the major war taking place across the world: It’s the elite vs. the populists.
Despite an $810,000 conflict of interest, newly confirmed Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will not recuse herself from the ongoing hedge fund mania with Robinhood and GameStop.
The Wall Street goliaths may have taken a loss greater than the GDP of Sierra Leone — and it’s not even close to being entirely tallied.
An irony fit for the first month of 2021: A trading app that touts ‘democratizing investment’ reveals it’s willing to quash the little guy to keep hedge fund giants afloat.
China has their hands in every single cookie jar in the United States and abroad, and in supranational organizations.
The Fox News host’s exposé on “vulture capitalism” goes to the heart of a debate on the Right about the role of government.
Hedge funds make billions by buying large stakes in American companies, then firing workers, driving up short-term share prices, and destroying middle-class communities at the same time.
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