‘We Must Make Sure That Our Investors Are Protected, Big And Small’ | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC 1

‘We Must Make Sure That Our Investors Are Protected, Big And Small’ | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC

 

The CEOs of Robinhood and Reddit and two billionaire hedge fund managers will all be under the same microscope today over what happened with the GameStop frenzy. The person responsible for calling today’s hearing, Chairwoman of the Financial Services Committee, Maxine Waters, joins Stephanie Ruhle to discuss the big questions she wants answers to. Aired on 02/18/2021.
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‘We Must Make Sure That Our Investors Are Protected, Big And Small’ | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC

24 comments

  1. The little guys play the game just like the big hedge funds and the big investors lose money? Fair is fair. Hedge funds have been screwing small investors for years by manipulation of the stock market, shorting stocks, etc. These speculators deserve to lose all their money. PATHETIC.

  2. Boo frickin hoo. You gamble and lose to bad. Whoever is crying most about this has interest in the stock market. Very telling.

    1. They are hoarders. Instead of using Wall Street like a giant casino, they could choose to be of service and find a greater purpose in their lives. With all the money they play with, the nation could have better health care, free undergraduate education, and less of the bags of nonsense that is currently being experienced. They clearly have more money than sense.

  3. Where is Katie Porter? At least she is honest and does not work on behalf of Wall street and big donors. Not a single mention of back room short selling or even holding trading firms responsible.She only wants to protect large investors and remove all risk to them at the expense of the taxpayers. No risk= No reward.

  4. Let the financial analyst said during his time. we tell investors should be able to invest how and how much they choose to do so. I am so sick and tired of rich people saying let’s protect the little guy when the little guy starts actually getting somewhere. It’s all a game.

  5. Entities to tell their stories? One sided shorted and the other side bought it to invest in the long term of game stop to save it. It’s gonna take her a year to understand short-selling and what happen was fair.

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