Last week, I addressed an audience of fund managers and investment professionals in Berlin; Here are the highlights from my 45 minute Keynote speech:

Part one: How the actions of the Federal Reserve changed everything in 2002-2007:

Part two: Eight months after Armageddon seemed upon us, the US economy shows signs of life:

Part three: Where next for stock markets?

Category: Video

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3 Responses to “Berlin Keynote Address: Barry Ritholtz”

  1. Hantra says:

    Thanks for sharing Barry. Good stuff!

  2. Gilgamesj says:

    Question: As I see it, the major problem is the debt / GDP of 375%. In the Great Depression it got ‘solved’ by war. In Japan they’re still in it, so how can you use the normal template of a new great bull market after 15 à 17 years? Many thanks.

  3. investorinpa says:

    You really like what you do, and it shows…my fav was video 3…good job…