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Kenny Polcari - A Brief History of the New York Stock Exchange with a veteran trader, market commentator and Italian food aficionado.

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Creation Date September 12th, 2021
Updated Date Updated November 15th, 2021
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So, I’m searching around for my next guest and I come across this guy, Kenny Polcari. I’m looking at this guy and I’m thinking – he’s been on the New York Stock Exchange for like 40 years. He might know a thing or two. I normally try and keep interviews to 30 minutes but after 30 minutes we hadn’t even reached 1987. I love war stories and Kenny’s been on the frontline leading the charge through some of the greatest moments in stock trading history. We recorded 4 episodes to chronicle this extraordinary story.
  1. So, I’m searching around for my next guest and I come across this guy, Kenny Polcari. I’m looking at this guy and I’m thinking – he’s been on the New York Stock Exchange for like 40 years. He might know a thing or two. I normally try and keep i
  2. And so the story continues with the Black Monday Crash of 1987 through to the tech boom, Y2K bug and the year 2000."These big Americana blue chip names got absolutely hammered. And so thus the Dow fell, you know, 22 and a half percent, the S&P
  3. "The fear was that the New York Stock Exchange was next, because when you think about America and you think about developed nations and developed markets, the New York Stock Exchange is a symbol. If nothing else, it's a symbol of America. It's
  4. “Post the Global Financial Crisis it was exhausting because every day was just another down day. It was another pressurized day. A lot of people lost a lot of money. Some people couldn't take it anymore. Suicide rates in this country and this i

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