Barry Ritholtz, chief executive officer of FusionIQ and author of the “Big Picture” blog, talks about the impact of U.S. economic data on financial markets. He speaks with Tom Keene and Sara Eisen on Bloomberg Television’s “Surveillance.” Brian Blair, an analyst at Wedge Partners, also speaks.

Focus on Long-Term Economic Trends, Ritholtz Says

Bloomberg, Aug. 13 2013


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Barry Ritholtz, CEO at Fusioniq and Brian Blair, principal and senior tech analyst at Wedge Partners examine the future of J.C. Penney as the company announces the board resignation of activist investor Bill Ackman. They speak on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Ackman Activism Ends in Resignation From JCP Board

Bloomberg, Aug. 13 2013

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Brian Blair, principal and senior tech analyst at Wedge Partners and Barry Ritholtz, CEO at Fusioniq discuss Bill Ackman’s resignation from J.C. Penney’s board, the impact of burning cash and the prospect of the company reinventing itself. They speak on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Is It Too Late for a J.C. Penney Reinvention?

Bloomberg, Aug. 13 2013

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Brian Blair, principal and senior tech analyst at Wedge Partners and Barry Ritholtz, CEO at Fusioniq, discuss the merits of Elon Musk’s Hyperloop proposal for cross country travel. They speak on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Can Musk’s Hyperloop Deliver the Future of Travel?

Bloomberg, Aug. 13 2013

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Brian Blair, an analyst at Wedge Partners Corp., talks about the outlook for BlackBerry Ltd. following the mobile phone maker’s statement that it’s considering putting itself up for sale. He speaks with Sara Eisen, Tom Keene and Scarlet Fu on Bloomberg Television’s “Surveillance.” Barry Ritholtz, chief executive officer of FusionIQ and author of the “Big Picture” blog, also speaks.

Brian Blair on Possible BlackBerry Sale

Bloomberg, Aug. 13 2013

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One Response to “Bloomberg Surveillance Appearance: Focus on Long-Term”

  1. TDHawk says:

    Interesting take there.

    Fundamental analysis = The intuition behind investments. Always some subjectivity there
    Technical analysis = The logic to break intuition up into exact numbers

    Surprised at the many technical vs fundamental debates.