Investing is Now a Pop Culture Phenomenon

This week, Gary Vaynerchuk, who is a board member of the sports memorabilia company Candy, CEO of VaynerMedia, and has a new NFT project called VeeFriends, joined to talk about the resurgence in trading cards, how investing has become a pop culture phenomenon and why alternative investments hold more social currency than stocks. Ursula Burns, former CEO of Xerox and senior advisor at Teneo, came on to talk about her new memoir "Where You Are Is Not Who You Are" and whether policymakers are taking economic inequality more seriously than during past expansions. Mike Pyle, the chief economic advisor to Vice President Kamala Harris, explained why the White House is encouraged by trend lines in the U.S. jobs recovery despite the past two jobs reports coming in below estimates. Then Brooklyn Nets star point guard Spencer Dinwiddie, who is also the founder and CEO of Calaxy, a blockchain-based social media app that lets fans buy tokens associated with their favorite stars, joined to talk about creator tokens.See for privacy information.

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