Nomura’s McElligott On Neon Swans From WallStreetBets

"The Empire Strikes Back," Nomura's Charlie McElligott chuckled on Thursday, as platforms began to implement restrictions on trading in some of this week's most heinous "offenders." Bloomberg, either oblivious to their own role in the madness or, far more likely, giddy at the increased web traffic they've garnered, continued to churn out near real-time coverage of every twist and turn in the tale of Reddit versus "Wall Street," where "Wall Street" means whatever it needs to mean on a given day

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3 thoughts on “Nomura’s McElligott On Neon Swans From WallStreetBets

    1. I think you might be overwhelming the candle with sarcasm. Maybe that person of youth is still there, you just have to listen harder. Or maybe not.

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