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Wall Street feverishly tries to ascertain whether "intersectional feminism" is a stock

Wall Street feverishly tries to ascertain whether "intersectional feminism" is a stock

On the eve of President Hillary Rodham Clinton's historic inauguration, Wall Street bros are feverishly Googling "intersectional feminism," confused as to whether this rapidly appreciating philosophy is also a stock they can buy.

"Based on my little sister's Facebook feed, 'intersectional feminism' seems really hot right now," said Morgan Stanley analyst James Baker. "We're ready for an IPO."

Baker said traders on his floor had been baffled that morning when their supervisor emailed them instructions to "buy" intersectional feminism, citing surging demand for the product in D.C..  

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