The rise of Black financial influencers



CNBC’s Frank Holland joins ‘Squawk Box’ ahead of the Juneteenth holiday to report on the rise of a new generation of influencers in the Black community emphasizing a message of economic and social justice. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO: https://cnb.cx/2NGeIvi

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19 Comments

  1. Why is black capitalized? Why couldn't all people attend financial training for all races? Why does the Black News Network, Black Entertainment Network, and black financial advice exist? There could be no white or even asian equivalent in America. These types of things perpetuate separation and racism.
  2. Wow CNBC tryin' to destroy the black community by introducing more black folks to a bunch of clowns. There is even a woman who makes an oblique suggestion that trading against Citadel is the way to riches. Holland, I'm sure, was totally embarrassed since he has a rolodex of qualified black financial superstars who have a lot more to offer. BTW this would not have happened when Larry Otis Graham's wife was running the show (yes CNBC was run by a sister at one point in time). Good news is there will be a limited run HBOMAX series about a black hedge fund manager who made 10's of millions prior to the end of the civil war. Perhaps folks will take inspiration from Jeremiah Hamilton. BTW, folks do realize it's a complete sucker move to not seek out the best resources without regard to race.
  3. EYL is beyond influencing. They’re distilling the building blocks to financial literacy for communities for generations to come. Legacy tings, I’m putting YES in chat ☝🏾

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