Posts filed under “Media”

Bloomberg 11/26/13 Appearance

In today’s “This Matters Now,” Bloomberg Contributing Editor Barry Ritholtz, talks with Tom Keene about investment strategies to survive market downturns. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Weathering the Storm of Market Downturns

Source: Bloomberg, Nov. 26 2013


On today’s “The Agenda,” Tom Keene, Scarlet Fu and Cristina Alesci look at trending news stories on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Housing & the Economy

Source: Bloomberg, Nov. 26 2013

Nathan Sheets, global head of economics at Citigroup and Bloomberg Contributing Editor Barry Ritholtz examine the impact of monetary policy and volatility on the global bond markets. They speak on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Does Volatility Create a New Bond Market Order?

Source: Bloomberg, Nov. 26 2013

Category: Media, Video

What Is Gold’s Next Catalyst?

Category: Gold & Precious Metals, Media, Video

Why Bubble Talk Is Just a Bunch of Hot Air

Source: Yahoo Finance

Category: Media, Video

JPMorgan and Uncle Sam Now Partners in Pillaging of America

Source: Yahoo Finance

Category: Bailouts, Media, Video

Guest Hosting Bloomberg Radio 10am-2pm (Again)

  I am back in the Bloomberg studio today guest hosting Kathleen Hays on Bloomberg Radio’s “The Hays Advantage” for a few hours. l’ll post the audio as soon as its available. Stream it live here  

Category: Media

40 Under 40: Most Innovative People

Congrats to my partner and colleague, Josh Brown, for making this list of 40 Under 40 — The Most Innovative People  (Business Insider). It is a pretty awesome list, with the likes of Nate Silver (FiveThirtyEight) Banksy (graffiti artist), David Karp (Tumblr founder), Jonah Peretti (BuzzFeed founder) Marissa Mayer (CEO Yahoo), Kevin Systrom (Founder of Instagram),…Read More

Category: Media

Announcing My New Bloomberg Gig

I teased this last week, mentioned it again Monday, and now the news is finally out: I am joining the team at Bloomberg View as well as the Radio group.

This is a project that has been quite literally 6 years in the making. Back when he was Managing Editor of the NYT Sunday Business section, Tim O’Brien first approached me about writing for him. (My response: “Thaler, Shiller, Mankiw . . . Ritholtz? I don’t think so.“). We had ongoing discussions, but they O’Brien moved on before we were able to consummate anything.

Tim joined Bloomberg View earlier this year as its Chief Cook and Bottle Washer/Publisher. He has been given the budget and the freedom to pursue a specific objective: Make Opinion and Commentary smart again. I am thrilled to be part of that project.

I am also super jazzed about working with their Radio team to develop a weekly show. The elevator pitch was the Charlie Rose of finance meets Mark Maron on Bloomberg Radio and iTunes. The goal is to continue to do the sort of in depth interviews like I have done in the past with the all stars of investing:  Ned Davis, Felix Zulauf, Paul Desmond, etc. Its a work in progress, and I have no idea what it will look like when we are finished, but I expect it to be smart, informative — and not boring

I have had other discussions with other media outlets over the years: Reuters, CNBC, Huffington Post, lots more. Somehow, it never quite felt right. This one does.

More coming soon . . .



Full press release after the jump

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Category: Financial Press, Media, Weblogs

This is a decade old today, and its still resonates with me like it is yesterday. If you haven’t read this before, settle back and enjoy this rewind from November 1, 2003: A funny thing happened to me on the way to the studio tonight . . . True Story . . . only slightly…Read More

Category: Humor, Media, Weblogs

Bloomberg Appearance: Materials, European Play

Here are the highlights from yesterday’s Bloomberg appearance:

Barry Ritholtz discusses his play for Europe with Adam Johnson and Matt Miller on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”

Source: Bloomberg, Oct. 29 2013


On today’s “Chart Attack,” Barry Ritholtz and Bloomberg’s Adam Johnson look at materials stocks. They speak on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”

Source: Bloomberg, Oct. 29 2013

Category: Media, Video

Comparison of US & Japan’s QE

I have a few words at the end of this BBC Asia Business Report: October 29, 2013

Category: Bailouts, Federal Reserve, Media