Let's not mince words here, we got three spectacular reviews and they were the highlight of our night. Thank you to the listeners who made this episode extra special. The episode of The Higher Standard podcast is a ton of fun at every stop. The boys briefly touch on mortgage demand dropping to approximately 50% of pre-pandemic levels, a sharp slowdown in hiring and where to put your money while all this is going on. Saied couldn't resist diving head first in to Sam Bankman-Fried's most recent conviction on all seven federal charges against him and both Chris and Haroon show no sympathy. Make sure to stay tuned all the way to the end when the guys are simply at a loss for words.
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Mortgage demand is now down 50% from pre-pandemic levels (The Kobeissi Letter via X)
Sharp U.S. Hiring Slowdown Signals Cooling Economy Ahead (Wall Street Journal)
If Interest Rates Are Peaking, What Investments Are Likely to Do Best? (Wall Street Journal)
Sam Bankman-Fried Is Convicted of Fraud in FTX Collapse (Wall Street Journal)
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