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January 28, 2021 79 min

Five days ago, GameStop traded for less than $50 per share.

Yet on Thursday, at the time of this writing, the stock has soared as high as $482.85...

What on earth is going on?

Dan explains what is behind the meteoric rise of GameStop, AMC, and a few other unassuming stocks in this week's opening rant.

Then Dan invites a trading legend and "market wizard" onto the show. For decades, Peter Brandt has been considered one of the world's foremost authorities on using classical charting principals to trade futures, forex and even the crypto markets.

Peter is also featured in the acclaimed book by Jack Schwager, Unknown Market Wizards: The Best Traders You've Never Heard Of. He's also the second wizard we've had on the podcast.

Peter gives Dan an in-depth look into why the classical chart patterns don't seem to work anymore, and how Peter's adjusted his trading today. If you think of yourself as a trader, this is an interview you cannot afford to miss.

And finally, on this week's mailbag Dan receives a great question about how the dollar could strengthen amidst this environment of stimulus. Another listener has a few questions about the recent censorship across big tech.

Dan gives his thoughts on these topics and more on this week's episode.

Interested in more from Stansberry Research? Check out the American Consequences podcast here: https://podfollow.com/americanconsequences

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