Why this institutional investor says shorts should be warned

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    Jack Albin, Cresset Capital founding partner and CIO, joins ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss if he sides with short sellers or retail traders as meme stocks head higher. He also discusses if GameStop is worth where the stock price is.

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