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00:00 – GameStop surge explained
00:55 – Was Robinhood right to restrict trade?
01:56 – Short selling and short squeezes
03:05 – Is the stockmarket fair?
06:03 – Will it lead to more regulation?
06:51 – Is the US stockmarket overheated?
10:09 – Is this a trend?
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