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Trading  | January 17, 2018

What started off as a (somewhat) polite argument over the fate (and price) of bitcoin between bitcoin advocate CNBC Fast Money staple Dan Nathan and crytposkeptic, Evercore ISI technician Rich Ross, devolved in just over a minute into a screaming fest in which Ross slammed Nathan – who had just called him “glib” – for being “wrong” and “bearish for two years” in which the “stock market’s gone up 100%” which is “not helping people make money.” To which, an unimpressed, flustered and visibly angry Nathan responded “we’ve got the chartist here, and he’s got his stick”, at which point he proceeded to explode: “you don’t know what I’ve done, you don’t know what my call is, so go piss off, seriously.

Ross had the last word: “a tough moment here on Fast Money” as can be seen on the clip below:

 

Although judging by the people’s reaction, at least the carbon-based audience woke up. Perhaps it may be a good idea to have Ross as a permanent fixture on Fast Money, at least until bitcoin goes back to $20,000… or $0.

And the most succinct take:


A revolutionary initiative is helping average Americans find quick and lasting stock market success.

275% in one week on XLF - an index fund for the financial sector. Even 583%, in 7 days on XHB… an ETF of homebuilding companies in the S&P 500. 


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