The top four bankers of fossil fuels—and thus of climate chaos worldwide—JPMorgan Chase, Citibank, Wells Fargo and Bank of America—are all familiar Wall Street faces.
The federal minimum wage has not been raised in more than a decade, but Democrats are pushing to increase it to $15 an hour.
GameStop, as well as other "meme stocks" like AMC, BlackBerry, Naked Brand Group, and Koss Corporation, have seen a boost on Monday morning.
Professor Robert Reich, who served as Labor Secretary under Democratic President Bill Clinton between 1993 and 1997, made the comments on Twitter.
Nursing homes owned by private equity are associated with lower staffing levels, more frequent citations for health and safety violations, and shortages of supplies like ventilators and PPE due to pressure to cut costs.
On Tuesday, filings disclosed by Burry's hedge fund, Scion Asset Management, showed the firm selling 1.7 million shares of GameStop in the fourth quarter.
While speaking with Newsweek, Glenn Goodman, author of The Crypto Trader and cryptocurrency contributing expert for the London School of Economics, suggested that the comments from Rieder show that Bitcoin has become more "respectable."
The tweets marked the latest chapter in the tongue-in-cheek relationship between SpaceX and Tesla CEO the cryptocurrency created as a joke in 2013.
GameStop stock closed under $100 per share for the first time in over a week, experiencing its largest 24-hour price drop after a trading frenzy that included a brief peak of $483 last week.
In an AMA on r/WallStreetBets, the billionaire touched on a bunch of points to the aspiring traders.
The real-life "Wolf of Wall Street" made some small adjustments to Leonardo DiCaprio's famous "I'm not leaving" monologue from the 2013 film, to address traders frustrated by limitations put on the trading of meme stocks.
The late-night host's comments came amid the Wall Street frenzy that saw amateur investors from Reddit's WallStreetBets community disrupt hedge funds last week by taking on those short-selling GameStop stocks.
The story behind the war between the hedge funds and the day traders over GameStop. And the sordid tale of Jeffrey Epstein continues.
Tucker Carlson told his Fox News audience that the Robinhood trading app favored big investors and hedge funds. Just seconds prior, an ad at the network said the complete opposite.
Despite breaking download and usage records this week, Robinhood has since been widely criticized for restricting the trades of stocks and cryptocurrencies.
The former "Daily Show" host was moved to join the platform amid the Wall Street/Reddit/GameStop frenzy that currently has enthralled the world.
The Robin Hood Society has amassed around 40,000 Twitter followers, after beginning the week with less than 400.
Speaking to CNBC, Tenev said: "We absolutely did not do this at the direction of any market maker or hedge fund or anyone we route to or any other market participants."
"I love seeing people make money because they start a business," Ohanian said. "That business creates value for them, for their employees, for customers. That to me feels like an honest American way to make money."
Robinhood, an app for trading stock, prevented users from buying GameStop and other stocks that were flying higher. Now, Republicans and Democrats alike are slamming the app.
"As a brokerage firm, Robinhood has many financial requirements, including SEC net capital obligations and clearinghouse deposits," Robinhood co-founder Vladimir Tenev said.
Let's stop delegating America's future to Wall Street and let's once again bet on Main Street.
The New York congresswoman, joined by other House Democrats, called for a congressional investigation into the trading app's ability to block retail investors from trading freely.
On Google Play, the Android investment and trading app has been left with a rating of one out of five after being bombed with a barrage of critical user reviews.
Members of the thriving subreddit have been the driving force behind investments into the retailer GameStop this week, using the page to mobilize, plan and communicate.
"I think it's funny when Wall Street doesn't like when somebody Wall Streets them," Noah joked on Wednesday.