Do Organizations or Players Win Championships? | Sosnoff & Ratigan Podcast

Jack Dorsey just stepped down as CEO of Twitter and the stock went up 10%--but then the new CEO arrived at it promptly sold off. Coincidence? Maybe, but it begs the question: what happens when a company’s valuation is based on its leader? Risk tends to increase, but those outsized bullish moves can make folks a lot of money. After all, would Tesla under any other CEO be a trillion dollar company?

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