Barry Ritholtz, chief executive officer at FusionIQ, and Brian White, an analyst at Topeka Capital Markets, talk about possible cash strategy for Apple Inc. and the company’s growth outlook. They speak with Tom Keene, Sara Eisen and Scarlet Fu on Bloomberg Television’s “Surveillance.”

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White, Ritholtz on Apple’s Growth, Market Strategy

Source: Bloomberg, March 19 2013

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Douglas Holtz-Eakin, president of the American Action Forum and a former Congressional Budget Office director under President George W. Bush, speaks about the outlook for the Republican Party and the 2016 presidential election. He talks with Tom Keene and Sara Eisen on Bloomberg Television’s “Surveillance.” Barry Ritholtz, chief executive officer of FusionIQ, also speaks.

Holtz-Eakin on Republican Party, 2016 Election

Source: Bloomberg, March 19 2013

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Jacob Kirkegaard, a research fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, talks about the proposed levy on bank deposits in Cyprus and its impact on Europe’s sovereign-debt crisis. He speaks with Tom Keene on Bloomberg Television’s “Surveillance.” Barry Ritholtz, chief executive officer at FusionIQ, also speaks.

Kirkegaard Sees ‘No Immediate’ Cyprus Contagion

Source: Bloomberg, March 19 2013

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6 Responses to “Ritholtz on Cyprus, Apple, Strategists & GOP”

  1. Low Budget Dave says:

    Always good to see the real economists speculating about how the financial crisis will, or will not, hurt ordinary investors. Similarly, it is always good to see Douglas Holtz-Eakin talk about how the GOP can spin the crisis to make it look like the Ryan budget is just misunderstood.

    I wish you had to opportunity to ask DHE about his amazing track record since the Reagan Administration. Has he been right about anything? Has he ever supported an economics plan that was less than 85% Voodoo?

  2. RW says:

    Former Cyprus Central Banker Goes Off On The EU And Says The European Project Is Dying

    Also, what Low Budget Dave said: Holtz-Eakin is a clever, aggressive and deeply dishonest debater..

  3. bear_in_mind says:

    Yep, straight from Frank Luntz’s ‘Orwellian Language Laboratories’ to Doug Holtz-Eakin’s lips. Determine which words, phrases and cognitive frames which people respond to, then repeat them endlessly regardless of whether they reflect your actual thoughts, feelings or intentions. It’s a whole Conservative cottage industry:

    Luntz’s Instant Response Focus Group
    http://www.luntzglobal.com/Focus_Groups/What_is_an_Insant_Response_Focus_Group/

    Just wish Tom Keene would’ve given Barry a chance to respond to Holtz-Eakin’s drivel.

    Also, gotta love how Holtz-Eakin elided any dissent by Independents over neo-con fiscal policy. Sure, everyone to-the-right of Jesse Jackson agrees one-hundred percent that the deficit was entirely caused by entitlement programs.

  4. victor says:

    Barry, you called AAPL’s fall soon after it hit top and started on its way down, but got no credit for the call here.

  5. Peter Davies says:

    Barry Rithoz, those were great words on the major problem with the “Republican Party” being the continued denial of facts and evidence. I too consider myself as belonging to the pragmatic right-of-center: fiscally conservative and socially liberal. Unfortunately, the GOP of Lincoln has been taken over by a bunch of extreme right wing loonies who were able to do this by gerrymandering constituency boundaries and taking over Republican primaries.You need to articulate your views before a wider audience.

  6. Peter Davies says:

    Barry Ritholz, those were great words on the major problem with the “Republican Party” being the continued denial of facts and evidence. I too consider myself as belonging to the pragmatic right-of-center: fiscally conservative and socially liberal. Unfortunately, the GOP of Lincoln has been taken over by a bunch of extreme right wing loonies who were able to do this by gerrymandering constituency boundaries and taking over Republican primaries.You need to articulate your views before a wider audience.