Feb. 18, 2021

If the stock market is broken, who can fix it?

If the stock market is broken, who can fix it?

Over the last month, GameStop’s run and the memes that inspired it have peeled back layers of the stock market few among us had considered. We’ve had a front-row seat to the action, watching as social media irrevocably changes investing.

But one big question remains: Was this really a realignment of the inherent power of the market toward individual investors, or is this a blip on the radar for entrenched institutional investors? And whose job is it to make sure both are protected?

Today on Business Casual, Morning Brew Managing Editor Neal Freyman explains what GameStop and its social roots mean for the future of Wall Street. Don’t miss this one.