Barry Ritholtz, chief executive officer of FusionIQ, a New York research company, and Tobias Levkovich, chief U.S. equity strategist at Citigroup Inc., talk about the outlook for equities and corporate earnings. Ritholtz and Levkovich speak with Tom Keene on Bloomberg Television’s “Surveillance Midday.” (Source: Bloomberg)

This was, yesterday Thursday, October 7th:

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3 Responses to “FusionIQ’s Ritholtz, Citigroup’s Levkovich Roundtable”

  1. Barry,
    when you told Tobias his Citi stock was “probably worth 5 bucks” it may have been the funniest moment of the week. Pause that frame and look at his face/posture again.


    J to the B

  2. victor says:

    OK BR here you predict; but please, predict often…


    BR: Its less a prediction than an extrapolation from prior cycles . . . And if the Fed succeeds in inflated the economy, it will be true only in real (not nominal) terms.

  3. victor says:

    BR, we all know that sooner or later Taleb’s Black Swan will visit. Taleb also has a good comment on the value of extrapolation, see his “Turkey Problem”.