Posts filed under “Media”

Media Appearance: Bloomberg TV with Trish Regan (3:00 – 4:00 pm)

Street Smart


I will be swinging by this afternoon to talk with her about the taper and market tops



Guest hosting with the lovely Trish Regan at Bloomberg TV from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm on Street Smart.We will talk Bull market rallies, Fed Tapering, Market Tops, etc.

Should be lots of fun — Check it out at their live streamer on TV.

 

Category: Media

The Latest Dumb Proposal on Fannie & Freddie


Source: Yahoo Finance

Source Yahoo

Category: Media, Taxes and Policy, Video

XMSR Stand Up with Pete! Interview

    click to play audio Source: Stand Up!    

Category: Economy, Media

Follow Up: Daily Show Blowback

Last night’s Daily Show appearance (described here: How I Ended Up On The Daily Show) generated a surprising amount of interest. As much as I would like to claim responsibility for the buzz — my calm demeanor and rational approach as the cause — in reality, the person on the other side of the argument, Peter…Read More

Category: Humor, Media, Television, Wages & Income

TDS: Wage Against the Machine

Below is my Daily Show debut.

The segment was pretty good. As noted last night, we shot for 2 hours, and lots of great stuff was left on the cutting room floor. The discussion on higher paying retailers such as Costco and Trader Joes versus Walmart was actually interesting, and Samantha was really funny in that section. I guess if I wanted more screen time, I should have spoken about retarded people deserving to earn less than minimum wage (watch the video to understand).

Samantha Bee explores the devastating economic effects of raising the minimum wage to the poverty level.

(04:59) January 28, 2014

Category: Humor, Media, Television, Video, Wages & Income

Bloomberg TV: Innovation, Netflix, Dimon’s Paycheck

Bloomberg’s Cory Johnson and Bloomberg View Columnist Barry Ritholtz discuss the price of innovation on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart

Can You Put a Price on Innovation?

Bloomberg, January 24 2014

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Ritholtz Wealth Management CIO Barry Ritholtz discusses Netflix and its release of “Mitt,” the new Mitt Romney documentary. He speaks with Trish Regan and Mark Crumpton on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”

Is There Anyone Who Can Compete With Netflix?

Bloomberg, January 24 2014

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Ritholtz Wealth Management CIO Barry Ritholtz discusses Jamie Dimon and executive compensation. He speaks with Trish Regan and Mark Crumpton on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”

Why All the Fuss Over Jamie Dimon’s Paycheck?

Bloomberg, January 24 2014

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Category: Media, Video

Bloomberg TV: Market Correction, Marijuana, Davos

Ritholtz Wealth Management CIO Barry Ritholtz and Greylock Capital Management Chairman and CEO Hans Humes discuss stocks dropping, the situation in Argentina and selloff in emerging market currencies. They speak with Trish Regan and Mark Crumpton on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”

Market Correction or Are We Just Taking a Breather?

Bloomberg, January 24 2014

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Bloomberg View Columnist Barry Ritholtz discusses banking and financial services for legalized marijuana on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”

Opening Banking Services to the Pot Industry

Bloomberg, January 24 2014

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Bloomberg View Columnist Barry Ritholtz discusses the relevancy of this weeks World Economic Forum Davos, Switzerland on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”

Is Davos Still Relevant?

Bloomberg, January 24 2014

Category: Markets, Media, Video

XMSR Stand Up with Pete! Interview

I did a short interview with Pete Dominick of XMSR. I thought the discussion on Google’s acquisition of Next was the best part of our chat:

Source: Stand Up!

Category: Media, Video

New Project in the Works

So I have been working on a few interesting projects — some web based, some data oriented, and some media related — that will be rolling out over the next few months. The core of these projects, all relate to my day job — asset management and financial planning — in some significant way. Today…Read More

Category: Media, Technology, Weblogs

Your Best Investment Idea for the Next Decade

Yesterday, Business Insider posted a huge piece, wherein they ask various folks for their best idea for a decade. With the low key headlne, Wall Street’s Brightest Minds Reveal Their Best Investment Ideas For The Next Decade, here is how I responded: Financial planning: “As it turns out, that is an easy question: Our own…Read More

Category: Apprenticed Investor, Asset Allocation, Finance, Media