Hunger Games Saga

ET Podcast #4 – Hunger Games

By Ben Hunt | February 5, 2021 | 1 Comment

What’s happening with Reddit and Gamestop and Robinhood is a revolution, but not the revolution you think.

This isn’t a “democratization” of Wall Street. You were played. Again.

It’s a revolution in Common Knowledge. And that changes everything. Again.

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Hunger Games

By Ben Hunt | February 4, 2021 | 31 Comments

You have been told that the odds are ever in your favor. You have been told this for your entire life.

More and more, you suspect this is a lie.

Over the past few weeks you have been told a new story. A brave story. You have been told that by banding together and acting as one, you can “democratize” the stock market.

Today, as you see the collapsing stock prices of the companies you supported, you suspect that this was a lie, as well.

What now?

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The Invulnerable Hero*

By Rusty Guinn | January 28, 2021 | 15 Comments

No, the real story here probably isn’t about a revolution against Wall Street. But that doesn’t mean that there isn’t an opportunity to build a movement – right now – to transform it toward fair, free and open markets.

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When Does the Game Stop?

By Peter Cecchini | February 1, 2021 | 6 Comments

What’s happening now in equity markets isn’t the product of some paradigmatic democratization of finance. It’s just another bubble that will end badly.

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Portrait of a Very Serious Investor

By Demonetized | January 29, 2021 | 3 Comments

The Very Serious Investor is quite disturbed by recent goings-on in illiquid, small cap stocks with high short interests. These happenings represent an assault not only on the Very Serious Investor’s livelihood, but his entire cosmology. People placing profitable discretionary trades in the financial markets when they lack even a single Ivy League degree. Imagine!

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Off Wall Street and Off-Off Wall Street

By Brent X. Donnelly | January 22, 2021 | 10 Comments

Everything you always wanted to know about r/Wallstreetbets and Gamestop*

*but were afraid to ask

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