Hedging Tail Risk

Welcome to the latest episode of The Compound & Friends, a new podcast from your favorite financial and investing commentators. This week, Michael Batnick, Kris Sidial, Carleton English, and Downtown Josh Brown discuss:
Earnings Season
Market liquidity
Inflation Risk Declining
Fixing Janus
Regulators looking at block trades and shortsellers
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  1. The commanding officer stood before the sailors of the USS George Washington’s security team. One of their own, Xavier Sandor, had taken his life a few weeks earlier in mid-April, and the captain had come down to speak with the 110 or so young men and women who worked closely with him.

  2. • Pence joins other high-profile Republicans to support Georgia’s governor in primary fight against Trump-backed challenger
    • Opinion: It won’t be long before extremists in the GOP make Trump look tame
    • This GOP candidate is rising in the polls. Hear her past bigoted comments

  3. Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown says former Buffalo Police Lieutenant Aaron Salter is a hero after exchanging gunfire with the suspect in the Buffalo supermarket shooting and lost his life as a result of trying to protect others.

  4. President Joe Biden will meet with Democratic senators at the White House Wednesday afternoon to discuss the issue of student loan debt, a source familiar with the meeting said.

  5. CNN’s Pamela Brown reports on how Trump’s failed election plan could work in future elections as state legislatures become more populated with Trump-supporting Republicans that are passing laws to overhaul the election process.

  6. Jurors in the ongoing defamation case between actress Amber Heard and her ex-husband Johnny Depp heard testimony Thursday from Depp’s former talent agent, a former good friend and his former business manager, who described strain on their relationships with the actor as his alleged substance abuse increased.

  7. • Moderna: Updated Covid vaccine booster shows stronger antibody response to Omicron
    • Opinion: On Covid vaccines, don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good

  8. A “dangerous and deadly heat wave” is on the way for the Southwest through the weekend, the Phoenix National Weather Service warns.

  9. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken told CNN that the immigration challenges facing the Biden administration along the southern border are “beyond anything that anyone has seen before,” and that the issue will be a key focus of a summit of regional leaders taking place this week in Los Angeles.

  10. Amber Heard has spoken out about everything from the public’s treatment of her during her defamation trial with ex-husband Johnny Depp to whether she was telling the truth about his alleged abuse.

  11. Flying economy for any extended period of time is an experience usually endured rather than enjoyed, but one airplane seat designer reckons his design could revolutionize budget travel.

  12. When I worked for Alex Jones from 2013 to 2017, I spent the majority of my time behind a camera. My days consisted of recording bombastic diatribes at his studio in Austin, Texas, or traveling the world to embellish, misrepresent and manufacture stories to suit his biases. On occasion, I accompanied Jones to protests and rallies, peering through the lens as he gripped a megaphone and roared out absurd and often dangerous ideas to his exuberant followers.

  13. • Where state abortion bans stand
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  14. CNN’s Jake Tapper talks with documentary filmmaker Alex Holder who had behind-the-scenes access to the Trump White House and family for his docuseries “Unprecedented.”

  15. To avoid the worst-case scenario in November, Democrats must defy one of the most powerful trends shaping modern congressional elections. Recent polls have provided them a glimmer of optimism that they might do just that.

  16. After more than a year of painstaking negotiations, congressional Democrats on Thursday night found themselves no further on implementing their ambitious climate agenda than when President Joe Biden took office.

  17. Accurate and comprehensive sex education can be difficult to find in the United States, and people may not always be aware that they aren’t receiving sufficient information.

  18. Social media platforms “are not connecting us,” says NYU Professor Jonathan Haidt. “They’re bringing us into the coliseum so we can fight and broadcast and preen and dance around so that the people in the audience have something to look at. It’s a sick game.”

  19. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has arrived in Taiwan as part of her Asian tour, making this the first visit by a House speaker to Taiwan in 25 years. CNN’s Will Ripley and Selina Wang report.

  20. Indiana Republican Rep. Jackie Walorski has died in a car accident, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy announced Wednesday.

  21. The US Federal Aviation Administration is seeking comments from the public about the size of commercial airplane seats — from a safety perspective.

  22. Phil Mudd, who has worked for both the FBI and the CIA, says the rhetoric and threats against FBI agents and Department of Justice officials in the wake of the Mar-a-Lago search reminds him of what he saw leading up to the January 6 insurrection.

  23. The immediate political future of Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, one of former President Donald Trump’s most powerful critics in the GOP, is at stake on Tuesday as the last of the House Republicans who voted for his impeachment to face primary voters.

  24. A federal appeals court said Tuesday that the Americans with Disabilities Act covers individuals with “gender dysphoria,” handing a win to trans people in a case concerning a former inmate who alleged discrimination at a Virginia prison.

  25. Walmart, CVS, and Walgreens must pay a combined $650.6 million to two Ohio counties for damages related to the opioid crisis, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.

  26. CNN’s Nia-Malika Henderson and David Chalian discuss why Democratic Rep. Charlie Crist could have trouble ousting incumbent Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis in Florida’s gubernatorial race.

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    • Russian sanctions slow to bite as US officials admit frustrations over pace of pain in Moscow

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