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Bloomberg Radio host Barry Ritholtz looks at the people and ideas that shape markets, investing and business.

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Bloomberg Radio host Barry Ritholtz looks at the people and ideas that shape markets, investing and business.

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    At the Money: What Data Matters and What Doesn't

    At the Money: What Data Matters and What Doesn't

    Bill McBride of Calculated Risk has spent the past 20 years taking apart economic data, creating “opinion-free” analysis of the economy, and accurately identifying booms, busts, bubbles, and recoveries in real-time, including the great financial crisis and its subsequent housing bottom + recovery.  He speaks with Barry Ritholtz about the data that matters, and the data that doesn’t, and how investors can tell them apart.
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    • 12 min
    Goldman Sachs Ashish Shah on Reading the Market With AI and Technology

    Goldman Sachs Ashish Shah on Reading the Market With AI and Technology

     Bloomberg Radio host Barry Ritholtz speaks to Ashish Shah, co-head of Goldman Sachs Asset Management LP’s global fixed income and liquidity solutions business. He is also the chief investment officer for public investing, and serves as global head of GSAM’s cross-sector strategy and as a member of the fixed income strategy group. Prior to joining the firm, Shah was chief investment officer for global credit and head of fixed income for AllianceBernstein LP, where he oversaw all credit-related strategies. Shah was previously managing director and head of global credit strategy at Barclays Capital Inc., responsible for the high-grade, high-yield, structured credit and municipal strategy groups and the special situations research team, and head of credit strategy at Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. 
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    • 1 hr 7 min
    At the Money: Avoid Closet Indexing

    At the Money: Avoid Closet Indexing

    Are your expensive active mutual funds and ETFs actually active? Or, as is too often the case, are they only pretending to be active? Do they charge a high active fee but then behave more like an index fund? If so, you are the victim of closet indexing. Andrew Slimmon, Managing Director at Morgan Stanley Investment Management, leads the Applied Equity Advisors team and serves as Senior Portfolio Manager for all long equity strategies. He speaks with Barry Ritholtz about the best ways to avoid the funds that charge high fees but fail to provide the benefits of active management.
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    • 16 min
    Samara Cohen on Global Markets Insights With BlackRock

    Samara Cohen on Global Markets Insights With BlackRock

     Bloomberg Radio host Barry Ritholtz speaks to Samara Cohen, senior managing director at BlackRock Inc. and chief investment officer of the firm's ETF & Index Investments. She is also a member of BlackRock's Global Executive Committee and its investment and talent subcommittees. Cohen is also the Global Executive Committee's sponsor for BlackRock’s Women’s Initiative & Allies Network and a member of the Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Steering Committee. She was previously a managing director in the securities division of Goldman Sachs Group Inc., where she built and led the global market transition team following the 2008 global financial crisis.  
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    • 1 hr 6 min
    At the Money: Staying the Course

    At the Money: Staying the Course

    Markets go up and down as news breaks, companies miss earnings estimates, and economic data disappoints. It's not too hard to see why staying the course can be a challenge for investors. Larry Swedroe, Head of Financial and Economic Research at Buckingham Strategic Wealth, which manages or advises on $70 Billion in client assets, speaks with Barry Ritholtz about the best ways to navigate through this sea of noise and stay the course.
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    • 13 min
    Ed Hyman on How Investors Should Use Economic Data

    Ed Hyman on How Investors Should Use Economic Data

    Bloomberg Radio host Barry Ritholtz speaks to Ed Hyman, founder and chairman of Evercore ISI International Ltd. and vice chairman of Evercore Inc. He also heads Evercore ISI’s economic research team. Hyman was the chairman and founder of ISI Group LLC. He previously served as vice chairman and board member of C.J. Lawrence Inc. and was an economic consultant at Data Resources Inc. 
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    • 1 hr 1 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
2K Ratings

2K Ratings

BBILLS$ ,

The guests are good but Barry….

Please stop saying “huh, hmm, that’s interesting” after every response. Ur killing me!

mbt474 ,

“That’s interesting”

Sometimes extremely insightful conversations. Sometimes he and his guests go far to deep into rabbit holes on topics of little interest to listeners (I.e. people’s personal history). Host MUST STOP SAYING “THAT’S INTERESTING” EVERY TIME THE GUEST MAKES A STATEMENT!

greatman1 ,

Really Good

I love Barry’s take. Really interesting.

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