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Office Space, Crypto, CPI & A Strange Suit
Episode 21116th January 2024 • The Higher Standard • Chris Naghibi & Saied Omar
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Chris, Saied and Haroon kick off the show with a slow and sexy leisurely introduction.  They know the road ahead is filled with some dark data and wanted you to be nice and warm for the cold, hard truth.  Then the roundhouse of data which signals that office space has hit an all time high vacancy number across the country.  A sign of the potential challenges that are on the horizon for the sector.  Then in a surprising turn of events, a Bitcoin ETF was actually approved by the SEC. The Higher Stand was stunned at this move after all the open criticism from high ranking government officials and long respected investors like Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger, not to mention Jamie Dimon is openly not a fan.  The new inflation report is in and after cooling most of 2023, it is back up incrementally.  Then the boys spend a good amount of time breaking down the newly announced $100 million dollar lawsuit filed by Grant Cardone against John Legere for defamation. 

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Offices Around America Hit a New Vacancy Record (Wall Street Journal) 

Here’s what a bitcoin ETF actually means for investors (CNBC) 

Inflation Edged Up in December After Rapid Cooling Most of 2023 (Wall Street Journal) 

Finance guru Grant Cardone slaps telecom big John Legere with $100M defamation suit (New York Post) 

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