Ep. 441: How common is insider trading, and are you at risk?

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This week on the Pete the Planner Show, we’re exploring three main topics:

  • Is cash about to become popular again? 
  • Why did Netflix and Peloton have the worst week ever?
  • How common is insider trading, and are you at risk?

Here’s a preview of what happened and when:

Show Notes:

More stores are giving cash discounts

Is society’s move to cashless, short-lived? A recent trend in cash discounts suggests that cash is making a comeback. Dame and Pete explore whether or not that’s practical.

Pete and Dame discuss why Netflix and Peloton’s stocks crashed

  • Turns-out, people want to go outside when the pandemic is over.
  • Netflix has hit a subscriber ceiling, possibly.

You always hear about insider trading, but how common is it

Unless you are an executive at a publicly traded company or you’re in the investment business, insider trading is pretty rare. That is unless you’re a congressperson, allegedly.

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