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Our monthly letter to clients was picked up and excerpted by Barron’s Market Watch: A Sampling of Advisory Opinion. This is the section of the commentary relating to investor sentiment: Unsentimental Investors April Insight by Ritholtz Wealth Management 90 Park Ave., New York, N.Y. 10016 April 2: Anyone who thinks stock market sentiment is…Read More
The Irish Times had some incredibly nice things to say about yours truly this week in a piece : The Big Picture The granddaddy of market bloggers, money manager Barry Ritholtz, started his Big Picture blog way back in 2003. More than 25,000 posts later, he remains the best in the business. Ritholtz has…Read More
What Would Our Economy Be Like Without QE?
Ritholtz Wealth Management CIO Barry Ritholtz discusses what the U.S. economy might’ve looked like without the Fed’s quantitative easing. He speaks with Trish Regan and Matt Miller on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”
We’re Not at a Market Top
Ritholtz Wealth Management CIO Barry Ritholtz discusses whether or not the U.S. stock market is in a bubble. He speaks with Trish Regan and Matt Miller on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”
Source: Bloomberg, March 21 2014
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…Read More
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
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