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This is now officially a regular gig:  Thursday’s on Kudlow & Company, CNBC from 5:10 – 6:00 pm.

I’ll be on with:

Herb Greenberg, MarketWatch Senior Columnist
Noah Blackstein of Dynamic Mutual Funds
Wendell Perkins of Johnson Family of Funds

 We will be covering Federal Deficits, bird flu, interest rates, and more.

Should be fun
 

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UPDATE: March 9, 2006 8:43pm

In the makeup room,

I met Squawk on the Street co-host Erin Burnett. I have to admit that I never really noticed how Erin looked before — CNBC is on in the background, and I hear it more than see it.

She is strikingly beautiful in person, with gorgeous blue eyes.

Television really makes you look different than how you appear in person. (I actually am tall, thin and blonde in real life).


Category: Media

Please use the comments to demonstrate your own ignorance, unfamiliarity with empirical data and lack of respect for scientific knowledge. Be sure to create straw men and argue against things I have neither said nor implied. If you could repeat previously discredited memes or steer the conversation into irrelevant, off topic discussions, it would be appreciated. Lastly, kindly forgo all civility in your discourse . . . you are, after all, anonymous.

14 Responses to “Media Appearance: Kudlow & Company (3/9/06)”

  1. TraderPod says:

    Check out the most recent interview with Barry on RadioEconomics!

  2. alex rist says:

    congratulations

  3. alex rist says:

    The H5N1 strain has killed at least 95 people since 2003, mostly in Asia, according to the World Health Organization, and has devastated poultry stocks. Scientists are concerned that the virus could mutate into a form easily spread among people, sparking a pandemic.

    Highway fatalities account for more than 94% of all transportation deaths. There were an estimated 6,289,000 car accidents in the US in 1999. There were about 3.4 million injuries and 41,611 people killed in auto accidents in 1999. The total number of people killed in highway crashes in 2001 was 42,116, compared to 41,945 in 2000. An average of 114 people die each day in car crashes in the U.S.

    Risk assesement: where do you spend the money????

  4. KirkH says:

    Alex, there is inherent risk in piloting a multi-ton vehicle full of combustible liquid.

    If we find a vaccine for bird flu we have the potential to save millions of lives.

  5. alex rist says:

    KirkH -
    In 2004, 31,693 occupants of passenger vehicles were killed in traffic crashes and an additional 2,543,000 were injured, accounting for 85 percent of all occupant fatalities (51% in passsenger cars and 34% in light trucks and vans) and 95 percent of all occupants injured (62% in passenger cars and 34% in light trucks and vans). Occupant fatalities in single-vehicle crashes accounted for 43 percent of all motor vehicle fatalities in 2004. Occupant fatalities in multiple-vehicle crashes accounted for 44 percent of all fatalities, and the remaining 13 percent were nonoccupant fatalities (pedestrians, pedalcyclists, etc.). The inherent risk of piloting a combustible trucks doesn’t explain a lot (see above).

    My point was: We (the society) accept much larger risks without questioning the rationale. The bird flu seesm to me a hype where pharmaceuticals can easily reach into our wallets… Again the question is still the same: Where to spend the limited $ if we want to reduce the risks?

    No public outcry about all the people already dying day by day in car accidents…the pandemic is right there…isn’t it?

  6. Ralph says:

    Good appearance on Kudlow&Co as usual. DPW is a minor factor on the NYSE – agreed. What’s wrong with protecting your vulnerable infrastructures? Racism – nah – no more than usual. BTW tell Larry that by now The Ritholtz Big Picture should be on their Blog-O-Sphere.

  7. ANON says:

    I CERTAINLY ADMIRE YOUR COURAGEOUSNESS IN POSTING YOUR HEDGE FUND TRADING. NO ONE CAN SAY YOU SHIRK TRANSPARENCY. I JUST DONT KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE TO GAIN FROM IT. YOUR HUMOR, INFORMATION GATHERING AND ANALYSIS IS GOOD ENOUGH. THE LAST ANALYST WHO TRIED TO REPORT HIS EVERY MOVE THROUGH REPORTING HIS TRADES IMPLODED DURING THE MARKET CRASH. REMEMBER THE OPEN FUND, RUN BY DONALD LUSKIN. A GREAT IDEA THAT WENT SOUR. DONT MAKE THIS YOUR FIXATION AND TOO MUCH OF A SITE FIXTURE. IT JUST AINT NECESSARY.

    YOU SEE, I CAN BE NICE ALSO.

  8. Eclectic says:

    Sung to tune: “The Brady Bunch Song”

    Here’s a sto-ry – ’bout a man named Kud-low,
    ….He’ll be havin’ Barry on each Thursday night.

    Ain’t he cute-our, lit-le cur-mudgeon,
    ….And it seems that lately he’s been most-ly right.

    But he’s think-in’ ’bout un-em-ployment,
    ….And he said he’ll ponder on-it all the night,

    But I’ll tell-him, if he takes the ov-er,
    ….In the mornin’ he’ll find out that can’t be right.

    It -can’t -be -right!
    It -can’t -be -right!

    No-sir-ee in the mornin’ it can’t be right!

  9. Eclectic says:

    All in fun, Barry. —Eclectic

  10. todd says:

    What’s with Larry and Dubai?!?! Let it go bro…

    I liked his “the Dow dropped 10 points when the news came out” chart… LOL

  11. Mark says:

    Dear Mr. Eclectic-

    Just a short note to thank you and your firm for agreeing to create the jingo that will accompany our holographic “mannekin” displays for the upcoming Spring rollout of The Big Picture menswear line. This will add immeasurably to the already powerful visual presence we have designed.

    Sincerely,

    Mark McCormack, President
    “”The Sweater” Marketing Group LLC

  12. Eclectic says:

    Okay Mark, it’s all yours.

    Eclectic is my name…
    …. and jingos is my game.

    If I’ve stuck my foot’n my mouth,
    …. at 8:30 I’ll feel the shame.

  13. Steve says:

    Is there anywhere we can catch a replay of your appearances? I’m always at work then :(

  14. Fred says:

    Bird flu is being assessed on its potential to become another 1918 Spanish flu pandemic. That’s the model to use to evaluate this risk, not traffic accidents.