Never Buy New Lows, Never Short New Highs

Welcome to the latest episode of The Compound & Friends, a new podcast from your favorite financial and investing commentators. This week, Michael Batnick, Nick Colas, and Downtown Josh Brown discuss:
Investor Confidence
Tighter Financial Conditions
Bank Stocks
Crypto on Wall Street
Would you get into a driverless Waymo?
Global food crisis
The End of Globalization: Fink, Marks
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  1. David Beasley, head of the United Nations World Food Programme, is pleading with Russian President Vladimir Putin to reopen Ukraine’s Black Sea ports before global calamity strikes.

  2. • ‘I was slipping in people’s blood’: Capitol police officer recalls graphic scene from Jan 6.
    • Watch: Cheney shows testimony from Ivanka Trump, Bill Barr and Jason Miller

  3. On May 25, the day after the Uvalde school massacre, state and local leaders gathered at a news conference and voiced their support for the community, vowing to learn more about the circumstances that led to the killings of 19 children and two teachers.

  4. Four Georgetown law students reflect on Ketanji Brown Jackson’s historic Supreme Court confirmation hearings and what seeing her ascend to the court changes for them.

  5. Now is the summer of our discontent, Shakespeare didn’t exactly write in “Richard III,” but for airline travelers in the US and Europe that’s exactly what this summer is shaping up to be.

  6. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson resigned from his position with some unusual words to remember. CNN’s Jeanne Moos tries to decode how his one-liner “them’s the breaks” broke the internet.

  7. Shopping for back-to-school essentials is becoming a real struggle for families whose household budgets are stretched to the max by surging inflation.

  8. Abortion rights activists won a huge victory in the red state of Kansas on Tuesday. Kansans voted overwhelmingly (59% to 41%) to reject an amendment that said there was no constitutional right to an abortion in the state.

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