Sanchez: Bitcoin is a perfect symptom of the excess money in the markets

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Gina Sanchez, CEO of Chantico Global, discusses how some of the riskiest sectors of the market — cryptocurrencies, SPACs — have attracted so much of the excess money floating around, as well as the ongoing rotation from growth to value stocks.

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