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A Dangerous Precedent: Law Professors Explain Jarkesy v. SEC
Jon is joined by the hosts of the Strict Scrutiny podcast, Law Professors Leah Litman, Melissa Murray, and Kate Shaw to talk about the fifth circuit court's recent ruling on the SEC and why it impacts all of us, even though it's gibberish to most of us. Staff writers Jay Jurden and Alexa Loftus also drop by to help balance our lawyer to layman ratio.
The SEC Was in Trouble. Now They're Screwed.
Jon is joined by the hosts of the Strict Scrutiny podcast—law professors Leah Litman, Melissa Murray, and Kate Shaw—to discuss the Fifth Circuit Court’s recent ruling on the SEC. Could it signal the demise of government as we know it, even though it’s gibberish to most of us? Staff writers Jay Jurden and Alexa Loftus also drop by to help balance our lawyer-to-layman ratio.
The Stock Market Is Meant To Be Confusing
Is Robinhood just like DraftKings or FanDuel? Is the stock market a game of craps? Experts Dave Lauer, J Brown, Danny Moses, and Matt Kohrs join Jon to discuss the gamification of the stock market and the intent to keep you on apps, trading but not necessarily winning.
Jon Talks Stocks and Ukraine
SEC commissioner Rob Jackson gives Jon his thoughts on why the market isn’t held accountable and is less regulated than casinos. Jon also gives his thoughts on the Russian invasion of Ukraine and how Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy went from comedian to courageous leader.
How People Cheat The Stock Market
Former SEC commissioner Rob Jackson joins Jon to unpack the Problem(s) with the Stock Market, including why your average investor is basically trading in the dark, and the blatant lobbying that keeps Wall Street from ever facing consequences when they cheat (which they do A LOT).