Jason Bedasse of Corlex Capital sat down with TheStreet to discuss the GameStop ( (GME) - Get GameStop Corporation Report) rally and where African Americans fit into the battle between the old Wall Street guard and the new uprising being generated online.
"It's highly disruptive and people are becoming much more creative in ways to attack the stock market and raise money and grow value with companies," Bedasse told TheStreet.
"It is something we all have to look at seriously because it could seriously change the landscape and force us to reevaluate how we use the stock market. Which I don't think is a negative thing."
Check out the video above for the full interview.
TheStreet's Special Video Report: Black History, Wall Street & Beyond:
TheStreet is taking this month to amplify voices from the African-American community that sometimes fall through the cracks.
TheStreet's Tony Owusu speaks with CEOs running minority-owned private equity firms to better understand How to Break Diversity Barriers on Wall Street. Plus, TheStreet's Anuz Thapa has a series of interviews focusing on the next generation of leaders on and off Wall Street. Watch the videos below:
- The Hidden History of Wall Street's Slave Market
- Lauren Simmons - Now Is the Time to Create Generational Wealth for African Americans
- What Kamala Harris' Achievement Means for Black & Asian Americans
- What Diversity Means for a Company's Bottom-Line: Al Roker
- Why Terrell Davis Dove Into Business of CBD - Sport of Money
- Here's How Diversity Improves Corporate Balance Sheets: Jim Cramer