• The Options Market is a Circus (with Dan Nathan) + The History You've Never Been Taught

  • Feb 12 2021
  • Length: 1 hr and 16 mins
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The Options Market is a Circus (with Dan Nathan) + The History You've Never Been Taught

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  • This week on the Compound Show, Josh takes a look at the history you've never been taught - how failed policies from the 20th Century continue to tear our country apart today.


    Plus, a discussion about the rise of retail options traders with CNBC Fast Money's Dan Nathan, author of the Risk Reversal blog. Full show notes at TheReformedBroker.com as always.


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Sharing professional knowledge.

Josh & Dan, 2 of my favorite talking heads from CNBC share ideas that you only get from years of professional experience.
Josh gives his opinions about financial inequity and race relations but it's a bit weak & shallow for such a heavy topic. His intentions are good.