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Dylan Ratigan is a former news anchor and commentator for CNBC and MSNBC, and former executive at Bloomberg News. Dylan Ratigan is a world-renowned business leader and author of a best-selling book on concrete solutions for increasing investments, jobs, and opportunities in America. In 2012, Dylan invested his life savings and founded a company that designs modern farming kits to assist military veterans in operating small farms.
 
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The man who moves markets, J.P. Morgan’s Chief Global Markets Strategist Marko Kolavonic, ups his year-end price target for the S&P 500. He tells us why he’s feeling so bullish. Plus, Starbucks gets roasted following big news out of China. And the Fast Money traders break down the big breakout in cannabis stocks today.…
 
If you just watch TV and read newspapers, you’d think the country is imploding. But the market is at all-time highs. Innovation continues in areas like crypto assets. Maybe we’re a little too worked up and the market is trying to tell us to chill a bit. On this week’s episode, Tom and Dylan discuss crypto regulation, politics and the state of the m…
 
Morgan Stanley’s Mike Wilson just cut his rating on U.S. equities to underweight and says a 10% correction is on its way. He lays out the case and where you can go for safety. Plus Apple just laid out its latest slate of iPhones and Apple Watches. How the new versions stack up and what it means for the stock.…
 
Apple erasing $85b in market cap today after a judge ruled the company can no longer force developers to use in-app purchasing. Shares of Alphabet fell in sympathy. What the decision means for the state of tech service providers. Plus, shares of Peloton kicked into high gear this week, posting their best week of the year. How the traders are playin…
 
United, American, JetBlue and Southwest shares all taking flight today, even as the airlines cut guidance due to the spread of the delta variant. What’s behind the move and what’s next for the industry. Plus with just hours to go before the kickoff for the 2021/22 football season, we talk to the CEO of one company that just inked a major distributi…
 
The latest parry in the epic battle over payment for order flow comes from former FDIC chair Sheila Bair, who is calling on the SEC to put restrictions on the controversial practice. She joins us to lay out her case. Plus, the response from one financial services company whose business depends on PFOF -- Doug Cifu, the CEO of Virtu Financial.…
 
No one will forget the events of 9/11 or where they were that day. Most of us watched on TV as the events unfolded. But for some, it was their job to report what was happening as it happened. On this week’s episode, Dylan talks about being a broadcast journalist in New York at the time of the attack. Tom talks about the fear that traveled to Chicag…
 
Shares of Netflix have risen in 15 of the last 16 trading sessions and are sitting at all-time highs. But can the rally go even higher from here? The Chart Master lays out his case. Plus why Japan’s market hitting a 30-year high is the biggest story of the day, according to one of our traders.By CNBC
 
Supply chain disruptions, labor shortages, and production pitfalls. Could this holiday be shaping up to be a big bust? What it means for the consumer, retailers and your portfolios. Plus, a top analyst downgrading AMC, but one day trader isn’t worried. They each lay out their case for what’s next for the Reddit-favorite stock.…
 
The best way to become relevant is to say something outrageous. Case in point, John Paulson’s prediction that crypto will be worthless. Is he right? Who knows. Did it get people talking about him again? Absolutely. Crypto pundits either insist crypto’s potential is either unlimited or it’s worthless. It’s a binary play leading to rags or riches. Fo…
 
August capped off its seventh straight month of gains, but will the rally roll on, or is there pain coming in the fall? The desk discusses how they’re setting up for the coming month. Plus bitcoin may be all the rage, but it’s a different crypto that’s not only outperforming, but possibly becoming a more viable coin. We break down what’s going on.…
 
PayPal is considering offering an online trading platform to its customers, in a move that puts it up against the likes of Robinhood and other brokerages. Plus Apple soared more than 3% to a new high Monday, as big cap tech stocks led the S&P and Nasdaq to new records. But one top analyst says a correction might be coming soon.…
 
The S&P and Nasdaq closed out the week at new records after Fed chairman Jerome Powell laid the groundwork to begin tapering by the end of the year. But one trader says we’re in for even more volatility ahead. Plus Hurricane Ida making landfall and prompting refiners to shut down. What it means for the energy markets and energy stocks as we head in…
 
U.S. financials surged on Wednesday, with American Express posting its best day in over a month. We break down what’s behind the moves and where the sector is going next. Plus DraftKings surging on news it’s the latest darling of Cathie Wood’s Ark Innovation Fund, but some of the star investor’s other picks have been struggling more than a bit rece…
 
What do you call a ball player you sign on for a fortune, puts more people in the stadium seats at higher prices but doesn’t perform better than the player they replaced? Fans might call it a bust. Team owners might see it as a success. Some companies change industries, improve customer experience and generate returns for investors. Other companies…
 
Chinese internet stocks rebounded in a big way on Tuesday, with the KWEB ETF posting its best day ever. But one top investor says it’s too early to go all in on Beijing. Plus, Wall Street’s new biggest bull. Wells Fargo Securities Chris Harvey lays out the case for why he says the S&P has 8% more upside this year…
 
The Nasdaq surged to new records on Monday after Pfizer got full approval for its COVID vaccine, potentially opening the door for stronger reopening rebound. Plus, Visa getting into the NFT game and causing a major run on one particular asset. Why CryptoPunks have suddenly become the hot new trade in digital assets…
 
Markets may be a stone’s throw from all-time highs, but one trader says they’re setting up for a sequel to last year’s blockbuster action. The three biggest threats he says investors should pay attention to. Plus the energy rout continues and the Chart Master says there’s even more pain to come. Carter Worth makes the case.…
 
Shares of Robinhood on the move after the much-watched name reports its first earnings as a public company. We break down the results with venture capitalist Rick Heitzmann. Plus the markets may have fallen on Wednesday, but there’s one name Dan says could be the best chart in the market. We reveal what it is and where it’s going next.…
 
The CME’s proposed purchase of the CBOE will be scrutinized not just by regulators, but investors as well. However, when CEOs like Elon Musk decide to invest retained earnings in crypto assets, there’s no one stopping them. Maybe it makes sense to diversify from the U.S. dollar with excess reserves. But there’s risk in that which could backfire. Dy…
 
Southwest signaling the spreading delta variant could eat into its profitability in the third quarter. We talk with one top airline analyst about what the warning means for the airline sector and the recovery. Plus, 10-year yields falling for the first time in six days. We go off the charts to find out where they’re going next and what sectors coul…
 
If Elon Musk had done what Andrew Cuomo did, he probably would have been gone immediately. CEOs are simply held to higher standards. Does that need to change? Do we concentrate too much power in too few people whether it’s politically or in terms of capital? Are the risks in equity markets the same as the risks in crypto markets? All this and more …
 
Shares of infrastructure stocks surged on Tuesday after the Senate passed the long-awaited infrastructure bill. We dig into the names making some of the biggest moves. Plus shares of Moderna have nearly doubled in the past month. But one analyst is calling for a 75% pullback. He lays out his case.By CNBC
 
The S&P and Dow closed off their highs of the day, but still finished at new records after a better-than-expected jobs report. So does this give the Fed the “all clear” to start raising rates and tapering asset purchases? The desk breaks down the best way to play the markets. Plus, the Chart Master dives into why there may be more pain in store for…
 
The S&P and Nasdaq notched new records at the close on Thursday, but with the delta variant spread causing companies to push back their reopening plans and consumers to rein in spending, have markets priced in risks to the reopening or are they ignoring the threat. Plus another wild day for Robinhood sees shares almost entirely erase yesterday’s ga…
 
Robinhood has appropriately caught the eye of Reddit, becoming the top-talked about name on the platform as shares suge another 50% in their fifth day of trading. What this says about the power of the retail trader and the future of the online brokerage space. Plus big moves from Uber and Roku after their earnings reports. The traders break down th…
 
Robinhood’s IPO is a defining moment in retail trading. It’s a tacit acknowledgement of their success. Simplicity and confetti covered screens work. Still, there are going to be unintended consequences. Whether it’s traders getting in over their head or the lack of a complete strategic product offering, at some point Robinhood will face a challenge…
 
Square shares surging more than 10% after announcing a deal to buy Australian fintech firm Afterpay. But the real question is what the deal means for big banks as they face growing competition from the financial upstarts. Plus Fundstrat’s Tom Lee joins us with a bullish forecast for August. Why he says a rising tide might just lift all sectors.…
 
On the last trading day of the month, Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee are joined by Scott Minerd, Guggenheim’s Chief Investment Officer, who says it may be time to sell stocks. The Committee will debate whether we’re at the peak of the market, as Minerd suggests. And later, we cover a big earnings week next week, what names should you wat…
 
Amazon on the move after its first earnings report without Jeff Bezos at the helm. We break down the numbers and bring you the trade. Plus one of the most-watched IPOs of the year -- Robinhood makes a less-than-stellar market debut. What it means for the IPO market and the retail trading boom.By CNBC
 
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