Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, and Democrats’ Everlasting Wall Street Ticket

This summer months, Wall Avenue created its peace with Joe Biden as the Democratic presidential nominee. If Donald Trump had spoiled the financial sector rotten for four many years with tax cuts and regulation rollbacks, it did not take executives prolonged to heat to Biden, who, right after all, has his have record of voting to deregulate banking institutions and slash bankruptcy protections. Now, according to the economical press, the investor class has been toasting very last week’s addition of Kamala Harris to the Democratic ticket.

Since Biden’s announcement of Harris as his vice presidential select, commentators have celebrated her

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The Inside Story Of Robinhood’s Billionaire Founders, Option Kid Cowboys And The Wall Street Sharks That Feed On Them

The perfect stock trading app for the videogame generation was supposed to “democratize finance” with zero-commission trades. But the primary plan was to get rich by selling customer trades to the market’s most notorious operators.


By Jeff Kauflin, Antoine Gara and Sergei Klebnikov

It’s just after midnight on Friday, July 31, and the Todd Capital Options Community, a $20-per-month subscription Slack channel favored by thousands of novice options traders, is buzzing with life. Unemployment is soaring and governments worldwide are desperately trying to fend off economic collapse. But members of this online enclave are partying, quite literally, like

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