Curated byAdrian Sherling, Hark Editor
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A Message to Wall Street from Someone with Nothing to Lose

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A Message to Wall Street from Someone with Nothing to Lose

Endless Thread

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Is the GameStop Surge Bad for the Market, or Just a Bit of Fun?

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Financial journalist Felix Salmon and the Political Gabfest hosts debate the wider economic implications of the GameStop rollercoaster. From Political Gabfest.
Is the GameStop Surge Bad for the Market, or Just a Bit of Fun?

Political Gabfest

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What is Short Selling?

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Short sellers have always had a bad reputation. But why?Journalist James Surowiecki explains short selling, the trading practice behind the surge of GameStop stocks that pitted Wall Street hedge funds against Reddit investors. From On The Media.
What is Short Selling?

The latest episodes from On the Media

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How Reddit Got One Over on Wall Street

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Wall Street bet against GameStop, while people on Reddit backed it. The Journal looks in-depth at how Reddit beat Wall Street.
How Reddit Got One Over on Wall Street

The Journal.

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“Fury Over GameStop Shows the Hypocrisy of Wall Street”

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Financial reporter Jacob Silverman and the Citations Needed hosts question why Wall Street thinks it’s ok to short companies but is furious when “the little people” do it.
“Fury Over GameStop Shows the Hypocrisy of Wall Street”

Citations Needed

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From Trump to GameStop: The Power of Memes

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Memes used to be just a bit of fun on the internet. But they helped President Trump get elected and now they’ve given Wall Street a kicking. James Surowiecki examines how memes started to affect real life. From On The Media.
From Trump to GameStop: The Power of Memes

The latest episodes from On the Media

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Expert Predicts What Happens Next Post-GameStop

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Jennifer Schlup from the Cato Institute looks at the market’s reaction to the GameStop affair and predicts what will happen next.
Expert Predicts What Happens Next Post-GameStop

Bloomberg Businessweek

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Has the Balance of Power in Wall Street Shifted?

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Apps like Robinhood allowed users into the stock market, but restricted access following the GameStop incident. So where does the balance of power lie in the stock market? Wall Street Journal reporter Akane Otani explains on WSJ What’s News.
Has the Balance of Power in Wall Street Shifted?

WSJ What’s News

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