Thank You for Your Reply! Help ensure AlterNet remains independent long into the future. People are. 82 views . Support progressive journalism with a one-time contribution to AlterNet, or click here to become a subscriber. This guy is a liberal left Trump hater. "This guy is great, hilarious, and right," tweeted Matt Bruenig, founder of the People's Policy Project, "though it is better to wipe them out through equity dilution (bailouts-for-equity) than through bankruptcy restructuring.". Let 'em get wiped out': Stunning CNBC anchor, venture capitalist says let hedge funds fail and save main street, Support progressive journalism with a one-time contribution to AlterNet. Squawk box and squawk on the street, I did. Got a confidential news tip?
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The people that get wiped out are the speculators that own the unsecured tranches of debt or the folks that own the equity.
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"On Main Street today, people are getting wiped out.
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CNBC | August 12, 2014 When Scott Wapner isn't being "the judge" on the "Fast Money Halftime Report," he's cooking. ( Log Out / Steven L of Bloomington, IL. "A hedge fund that serves a bunch of billionaire family offices?