On episode 77 of The Compound and Friends, Michael Batnick and Downtown Josh Brown are joined by Doug Boneparth and Phil Huber to discuss alts, bonds over stocks, the probability of a recession, ETF flows, Schwab's double downgrade, why Bill Ackman cares about Sam Bankman-Fried, Einhorn's turnaround, who's going to buy WWE, rising interest rates, and much more!
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