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Best Ritholtz Wealth podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Ritholtz Wealth podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Listen in on real phone calls behind the scenes of Ritholtz Wealth Management. Featuring Josh Brown, Michael Batnick, Blair duQuesnay, Ben Carlson, and the team behind The Compound on YouTube. You can hear episodes with our Alexa Skill, (just search for "The Compound" on Amazon or the Alexa app). 1-click open in your native podcast app. Enjoy this show? Please rate and review on Amazon and Apple Podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome to Market Moment, an Alexa Flash Briefing about the moments that shape markets. Join "Downtown" Josh Brown and the Ritholtz Wealth Management team for a short daily briefing about the most pivotal moments in stock market history and what they mean for investors today. Click here to enable the Market Moment skill on Alexa. Then say, "Alexa, Flash Briefing." Hear Alexa's fastest growing briefing in the Business and Finance category. Market Moment combines multiple voices and rich finan ...
 
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A Degenerate Gambler Walks Into a Stock Exchange... What Are Your Thoughts? On an all-new What Are Your Thoughts - Michael Batnick and Downtown Josh Brown discuss the biggest topics in finance this week, including: - What should we make of massive one-day rallies in the stock market? - What if the stock market is doing a better job of tracking the …
 
Josh Brown and Michael Batnick discuss the recent rash of commentary about the "Death of Value Investing," a discipline that has already died a thousand deaths before and yet is continually resurrected. Michael points out that growth investing is currently on a 30-year win streak versus value investing, while the distance between cheap stocks and e…
 
Unlimited Economic Stimulus: What Are Your Thoughts? Join Michael Batnick and Downtown Josh Brown for another all-new edition of What Are Your Thoughts? as they discuss: - US stocks just had their best monthly performance in 30 years - what was the catalyst? - Has Warren Buffett's magic touch faded away? Why Berkshire's annual shareholder "meeting"…
 
Episode starts with Josh asing his friend Jeff Macke to pop on and tell us about what's happening with America's largest retailers, and how the coronavirus ended up being both a challenge and an opportunity for them. Jeff is an expert in all things big box retailing and ecommerce, He's also hilarious and one of the nicest guys I know. Hope you enjo…
 
Why Credit Card Losses Could Explode: What Are Your Thoughts? On an all new What Are Your Thoughts, Josh Brown and Michael Batnick tackle all the biggest topics of the moment. In this edition: * Five US stocks are now bigger than the entire developed world's stock markets combined, how can this be? * What are the investor takeaways from the massive…
 
On an all new What Are Your Thoughts - Michael Batnick and Downtown Josh Brown discuss: * Are there any Crisis Stars being created on Wall Street during this bear market? * Human behavior in a bear market has not changed much * Why this won't be the next Great Depression * Michael thinks he's one of those "business call from a Peloton" guys * Why A…
 
Josh here - I asked my colleague Blair duQuesnay about what's happening on our investment committee these days and what the decision making process is like given recent circumstances. We also talk about what it's like to live and work in New Orleans these days, a city that has joined New York on the list of US epicenters for COVID-19 cases. Blair i…
 
On an all new What Are Your Thoughts - Michael Batnick and Josh Brown discuss the biggest topics of the moment. Including: * Do investors care at all about the details of Congressional stimulus plans? * Mark Cuban just said what everyone's thinking. * What do you with a Black Swan fund now that it's already Swanned? * The biggest single day of reta…
 
I made a decision. We are not going to participate in this recession. There's too much work to be done. Bank of America Merrill Lynch anticipates something like 3.5 million American jobs lost by the end of the 2nd quarter and a doubling of the unemployment rate. We have no control over that. We only have control over our response to it. See acast.c…
 
Michael Batnick and Downtown Josh Brown discuss all of the recent market volatility from the COVID-19 situation, including some takes on stock buybacks, what 13Fs might look like, the 10 stocks that have raised their dividends for 50 years straight, the overall damage so far and why we need to be bullish on treatments, and save the enthusiasm for v…
 
First up, Michael Sonnenshein, Managing Director of Grayscale Investments, stopped by The Compound to discuss bitcoin with Josh and Michael. Grayscale runs the largest bitcoin fund in the world, with nearly $3 billion in AUM. What does the future of bitcoin look like? And then on today's episode of What Are Your Thoughts, Michael Batnick and Josh B…
 
First up, Dan McMurtrie. He and his partners founded Tyro Partners, a New York City-based hedge fund, at a time when hedge fund closings are much more common than emerging fund launches. Dan lists some of the most important things he's figured out on his journey. He also talks about how one of the most under-appreciated sources of alpha is being ni…
 
Apple warns of Coronavirus slowdown - Financial advisors never actually retire in real life - Is February too early to be citing year-to-date performance? - Reactions to the NBA’s All Star Break - How many bagels is too many? - Josh is rooting for stocks to go flat-on-year - Cruises - what’s the deal with that? Why do people like them? See acast.co…
 
Today’s topic is Required Minimum Distributions or RMDs. When you save money, pre-tax, in a retirement plan or an IRA, the IRS requires you to start taking annual ‘minimum’ distributions at age 72. It was age 70.5 until the SECURE Act passed in December, raising the age to 72. Click to enable this daily Flash Briefing on Alexa. Follow @RitholtzWeal…
 
In this edition of What Are Your Thoughts, Michael Batnick and Josh Brown discuss: * YouTube revenue growth is on fire, but who gets the money? * Netflix vs Cable Subs - crossover imminent! * The short squeeze in Tesla stock is probably the largest in the history of the stock market. * The stock market is recovering from its worst week in a while *…
 
Michael Batnick sits down with Data Scientist Nick Maggiulli to talk about one of the most commonly asked questions in the world of money, “When is the best time to invest?” The answer will definitely surprise you, check it out. 1-click play or subscribe on your favorite podcast app Subscribe to the mini podcast on iTunes or Spotify Enable our Alex…
 
Barry and Michael sit down with Ben to discuss financial fraud and his new book "Don't Fall For It: A Short History of Financial Scams." Pick up a copy of Ben's book: https://www.amazon.com/Dont-Fall-Short-History-Financial/dp/1119605164 1-click play or subscribe on your favorite podcast app Subscribe to the mini podcast on iTunes or Spotify Enable…
 
Josh recently met up with Scott Redler at the New York Stock Exchange to discuss moving averages, and trading vs investing. Scott is the Chief Strategic Officer at T3 Live. Check out Scott's new book "The Ultimate Guide to Moving Averages:" https://www.t3live.com/blog/scott-redler-free-ebook/ 1-click play or subscribe on your favorite podcast app S…
 
In this edition of What Are Your Thoughts, Michael Batnick and Josh Brown discuss: * Gold vs Bitcoin, let the trolling begin! * Google joins the Trillion Dollar Club, who's next? * Can Bill Simmons sell The Ringer podcast network for $200 million? * Actively managed US stock mutual funds had a great year in 2019, but most still couldn't catch the S…
 
Josh here - Michael Batnick and I discuss the recent milestones for the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the incredibly slow grind that's gotten us here. According to the Wall Street Journal "hasn’t moved 1% or more in either direction since mid-October, its sixth-longest streak since the end of 1969 and third-longest since the end of 1995." We ran…
 
Did you know that 57% of Social Security recipients take benefits before reaching full retirement age? This means they are accepting a permanently reduced benefit for life. Click to enable this daily Flash Briefing on Alexa. Follow @RitholtzWealth on Twitter for much, much more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Today in market history 2007: Steve Jobs walks out to the MacWorld stage and introduces the first iPhone. It had no keyboard and a 2-megapixel camera. The product would go on to revolutionize the smartphone market and change Apple’s business model dramatically. In late 2018, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that the company had sold its 2 billionth iPh…
 
The recent flare-up in the Middle East has investors asking questions about what might happen to their portfolios if a war breaks out. While every scenario is different and the variables change, there are some important things to understand about how wars have historically affected the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Ben Carlson is the Director of In…
 
Today in market history, 1987: The Dow Jones Industrial Average hits 2,000 for the first time, closing the day at 2,002.25. The Dow would peak later that year, 35% higher at 2,700.57 on August 17th. Click to enable this daily Flash Briefing on Alexa. Follow @RitholtzWealth on Twitter for much, much more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-ou…
 
On a new edition of What Are Your Thoughts, Josh Brown and Michael Batnick discuss the hottest topics in finance and investing: * Is there any such thing as the optimal time to rebalance your portfolio? * Is Instagram ad targeting weirding you out or doing you a favor? * Vanguard started the year off slashing commissions on options trades and mutua…
 
Today in market history, 1782: The Bank of North America, the first bank in U.S. history, opened its doors in Philadelphia. It was succeeded in its role as de facto central bank by the First Bank of the United States in 1791. Click to enable this daily Flash Briefing on Alexa. Follow @RitholtzWealth on Twitter for much, much more. See acast.com/pri…
 
Derek Thompson stops by The Compound to discuss how and why things go viral with Barry and Michael. Derek is a staff writer at The Atlantic and author of “Hit Makers.” 1-click play or subscribe on your favorite podcast app Subscribe to the mini podcast on iTunes or Spotify Enable our Alexa skill here - "Alexa, play the Compound show!" Talk to us ab…
 
Today in market history 2008; The price of crude oil hit $100 a barrel for the first time in history. WTI would peak later in the year at $150 per barrel before plunging in light of the Global Financial Crisis. Click to enable this daily Flash Briefing on Alexa. Follow @RitholtzWealth on Twitter for much, much more. See acast.com/privacy for privac…
 
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