Posts filed under “Video”

Have We Reached the End of the Bull Market?


Source: Bloomberg, Aug. 1 2014

Strategas Research Partners Managing Director Christopher Verrone and Former Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Alan Krueger discuss the markets on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Category: Trading, Video

When Josh Brown isn’t trading

This is a charming little vignette about my partner Josh and his family. Its very cute:

 

When Josh Brown isn’t trading – he’s all about family. He uses a misbehaving puppet named Richard, with a British accent, to teach his kids right from wrong. See why Josh Brown is even funnier at home than he is on television.

Category: Video

Blowing the Whistle on NSA Spying on Americans

Before Snowden: The Whistleblowers Who Tried To Lift The Veil

Source: NPR

Category: Video, War/Defense

My Interview with SEC Chair Arthur Levitt on Soundcloud

Check out this fascinating and freewheeling interview with former SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt:

 

Category: Regulation, Video

Apple vs. Google: The Battle For Your Car

Ever wish the apps on your phone would seamlessly link with your car? You don’t have to wait much longer. Both Apple and Google have announced programs to integrate their mobile operating systems into your dashboard. Apple Carplay and Google Android Auto are scheduled to roll out later this year. Bloomberg Businessweek’s Sam Grobart takes a look at what that means for the consumer.


Source: Bloomberg, July 22 2014

Category: Technology, Video

The Danger of Daft Deals

As an update to yesterday’s critique, this video shows how takeovers and M&A often follow market prices. Collectively, they could show increased risk appetite, and perhaps signal an eventual top (wish the chart went further back than 1995).

FT: Mergers and acquisitions are booming. James Mackintosh, investment editor, analyses whether we’ve reached the stage where deals become truly daft, or whether there’s room for companies to gear up still further.


Jul 17, 2014

Category: M&A, Video

Hudson Yards Construction Site: Massive Changes to NYC

New York City’s Lower West Side is in the midst of a massive transformation. In about 10 years, Hudson Yards will be home to thousands of apartments, a hundred shops, a school, and 14 acres of public space. Bloomberg’s Betty Liu had a chance to walk through the site with the man behind the project

Inside NYC’s Massive Hudson Yards Construction Site

Source: Bloomberg, July 14 2014

Category: Real Estate, Video

John Oliver on the Wealth Gap

John Oliver discusses America’s growing wealth gap and why it may be a problem in the future.

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Wealth Gap

Category: Video, Wages & Income

We Need More Futile Empty Gestures in Foreign Policy!

In today’s “Global Outlook,” Bloomberg’s Barry Ritholtz discusses Israel weighing a possible ground operation to quell weeks of Palestinian rocket fire into its territory. He speaks with Trish Regan on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”

Will the U.S. Intervene in Israel-Hamas Conflict?

Source: Bloomberg, July 8 2014

Category: Media, Really, really bad calls, Video, War/Defense

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: Aziz Ansari


Source: Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee

Category: Humor, Video