Posts filed under “Media”
Yeah, this time it was my fault — in the midst of a long conversation about taking the emotions out of investing and making finance boring, I dropped a line about cat food tacos. So once again I am in the click bait headline machinery.
It looks something like this:
Have a plan.
Execute it faithfully.
Max out tax-deferred accounts.
Be an asset allocator.
Not exactly radical, but “Cat Food Tacos” will generate a lot more clicks than “invest boringly.”
Here’s the video:
Source: Ritholtz: You Can “Eat Cat Food Tacos In Retirement,” Or You Can Do This… (Yahoo Finance)
This discussion is about probabilities and investor psychology — not predictions.
Source: Yahoo Finance
Note: I understand getting heard above the clutter and attracting clicks and all, but this headline is rather different than what we actually discuss on the video above:
@TBPInvictus It was, I guess, a rude awakening for me when I realized, many years ago, that most of the talking heads I saw on TV had no idea what the hell they were talking about. The sooner one learns that lesson, the better. So, take it from me (and BR, who says the same…Read More
Last week, I did a full run of media on Thursday — Bloomberg TV in the AM, then satellite radio, then a panel discussion up at Columbia. Here is the (NSFW) radio conversation I had on StandUP with Pete Dominick — who is always a boatload of fun trying to be serious. Its a mix…Read More
Bloomberg Surveillance I am going to be on Bloomberg TV/Radio this morning with Tom Keene and Sara Eisen from 6:00 – 7:00am. Also scheduled to be on is Drew Matus of UBS, Elliot Weissbluth of HighTower Advisors, and Brad Adgate of Horizon Media (I have to add Brad to my list of people who…Read More
Ritholz Discusses Economy, Stocks with Eisinger, Gross (Audio)
Jun 4, 2013
Barry Ritholz, chief executive officer and director of research at Fusioniq, discusses the stock market and the Federal Reserve tapering off its bond purchases. He’s joined by Daniel Gross, columnist and global business editor at Newsweek and The Daily Beast, and Jesse Eisinger, senior reporter at Pro Publica. They speak with Bloomberg’s Kathleen Hays and Vonnie Quinn on on Bloomberg Radio’s “The Hays Advantage.”
On today’s “Chart Attack,” Fusion IQ CEO and Director of Research Barry Ritholtz and Bloomberg’s Adam Johnson look at hedge fund performance on Bloomberg
The Mirage of Hedge Funds
(Source: Bloomberg, May 29, 2013) 4:51
Fusion IQ’s Barry Ritholz and Bloomberg’s Jason Kelly discuss investing in hedge funds with Trish Regan on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”
Hedge Funds on Sale: Only $1,000 to Join
(Source: Bloomberg, May 29, 2013) 6:09