When does "talking your book" cross over into stock manipulation? On this week's podcast, Tom and Dylan discuss the recent price action in GameStop and whether or not, Keith Gill (better known as Roaring Kitty) manipulated the stock's price or simply found and exploited a market inefficiency. Does the situation need to be investigated simply to avoid the appearance of impropriety? After all, this situation is taking place at the same time a baseball player was suspended for life after betting a relatively nominal amount of money on games he likely was unable to affect the outcome of. Are we more concerned about baseball's reputation than that of the market? Tune in and find out.

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