Why do columns criticizing meme stock investing in such names as GameStop
and AMC Entertainment Holdings
attract scores of comments deriding the author in personal terms without engaging on business economics? Why do we see new funds committed to investing solely in companies that oppose progressive politics versus funds committed to social impact investing?
Polarization used to be limited to politics but it’s making inroads into the investing community. In his new book, “The Constitution of Knowledge,” author Jonathan Rauch looks at how political divisions now become magnified into polarizing, mean-spirited fights between factions in