Posts filed under “Media”

Infoposter: History of Economic Thought

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Category: Digital Media, Economy, Media, Philosophy

“Early warning signs” doesn’t mean the bull market is dead

We recorded this last week on Friday before the long weekend


Source: Yahoo Finance

Category: Media, Video

Guest Hosting: Bloomberg Radio 8-10 am

> I am back again for another bout with Tom: If you are anywhere near a radio this mornings, I will be the guest hosting “Bloomberg Surveillance” with Tom Keene from 8:00 – 10 am. You can catch it live, or via podcast at Bloomberg or at iTunes. Always lots of fun . . .

Category: Media

Guest Hosting: Bloomberg Radio 8-10 am

> If you are anywhere near a radio this mornings, I will be the guest hosting “Bloomberg Surveillance” with Tom Keene from 8:00 – 10 am. You can catch it live, or via podcast at Bloomberg or at iTunes. Always lots of fun . . .

Category: Media

May 5, 2014 The Media’s Reporting of the April Unemployment Rate – A Little Knowledge Can Be Dangerous Economists have “trained” the media to quickly check out what has happened to the labor force when the unemployment rate declines. If the unemployment rate drops and so, too, does the labor force, then the decline in…Read More

Category: Data Analysis, Employment, Financial Press, Media

Geo-political Risks, Charges Against Banks

Here are a few clips from today’s Bloomberg TV appearance:

Sanctions Won’t Change Russian Policy (but I dont care)

Source: Bloomberg, May 5 2014

Bloomberg Contributing Editor Richard Falkenrath and Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz examine the increasing violence in Eastern Ukraine and limits for potential responses from the United States and Europe on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers
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Why Now Is the Time to File Charges Against Banks

Source: Bloomberg, May 5 2014

Bloomberg Contributing Editor Richard Falkenrath, Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz and Bloomberg’s Cristina Alesci discuss possible criminal charges against Credit Suisse and BNP Paribas on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.”

Category: Legal, Media, Video, War/Defense

Interview: XMSR Stand Up with Pete Dominick

  I did an hour with Pete Dominick yesterday on XM Satellite:   Click to play audio Source: Stand Up! with Pete   Note: 3% of $1m = $30,000, not off of $10m. My brain was not functioning yesterday morning.  

Category: Bailouts, Media

Are We in Another Tech Bubble?

Are We in Another Tech Bubble?


Source: KQED

 

Note: I mention some good uses of capital, and non-frivolous tech developments at about 44:30 minutes in: This is an example of what I am referring to: Custom 3D Printed Kidneys Help Surgeons Remove Tumors.

 

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Category: Media, Video

How Do Investors Fight Through Market Noise?

Bloomberg’s Barry Ritholtz examines how investors react to big market moves, the role of fundamental analysis in today’s markets and the recent rough road for IPOs on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.”

Category: Mathematics, Media, Video

Managing Assets for Billionaires

Alexander Friedman, global chief investment officer at UBS AG’s wealth-management unit, talks about investment strategy. Friedman speaks with Stephanie Ruhle and Barry Ritholtz on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.”

Friedman: `Not a Bad Time’ to Take Risks in Russia

Source: Bloomberg April 16, 2014

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Category: Investing, Media, Trading, Video