With the VIX all over the place, we check in with Steve Sosnick, Options Strategist at Interactive Brokers. In addition to sharing his strategy for dealing with volatility, Steve comments on the Fed, and tells us where he's having fun - plus where we should be careful.
The holidays are upon us, and we've got a seasonal treat. We're joined by Chuck Grom of Gordon-Haskett, who's been ranked as #1 in Institutional Investor's All-American Research Team. Chuck breaks down the findings of his team's retail survey of Black Friday shoppers, talks what to expect in the next month of gift buying, and names some favorite retail stock picks. He even describes some of the research methods his team uses, and explains to Adam how his cellphone knew to show him ads from the store he'd just left.
Chris Oberbeck, CEO of Saratoga Investment Corp, joins us to talk about direct lending, Saratoga's model, automation, and why he's optimistic about the next few years.
Once he got a taste, Will Rhind became addicted to start-ups - and lucky for Will, he's good at them. After going from 30 to 360 million in 10 months, Will's start-up Granite Shares was named ETF issuer of the year.
This week, the CEO and founder sits down with Adam to talk about his strategies, and what he makes of the hectic market.
It's been a wild week in the markets, so this week we're back down at the New York Stock Exchange speaking with 25-year trading veteran and floor governor Kenny Polcari about how the largest institutions are trading.
For more from Kenny, including his champagne pork chops, visit www.kennypolcari.com
This week we're joined by Kevin Landis, whose tech funds consistently out-perform the NASDAQ and S&P 500 multiple times over. Kevin's been one of the first to to many stories like Facebook, Twitter, and Amazon; and he hasn't failed to stay ahead of the curve with AI and biotech options. In this conversation, Kevin shares some of his investment philosophy - and some ticker options.
With XRP and Ripple in the news, we're taking a second look at our conversation with Cory Johnson, Chief Market Strategist at Ripple.
KPMG has just wrapped their annual survey of CEOs around the world, asking how they're feeling about 2019, and what's on their minds. Constance joins us this week to break down their findings, and why she's optimistic.
This week, an in-depth interview with hedge fund pioneer Jerry Fine. Jerry talks about what he's learned in 40 years of trading, how investing has changed, and about his new book "Make Me Even and I'll Never Gamble Again."
This week, we go to Pfizer to speak with chief economist Neal Masia about what goes into drug pricing, how he uses data, and the ways newcomers like Amazon and blockchain could affect the world of pharmaceuticals.
Rick Pitcairn's clients are some of the oldest and wealthiest families in America. As CIO of Pitcairn, Rick has a unique perspective on markets, geopolitics, and investment fundamentals. This week, we pick his brain about all that, and more.
This week - big ideas, picks, and predictions with Mark Sebastian, CBOE Market Maker and founder of Option Pit. Hear why hedge funds and RIAs turn to Mark for counsel, and what keeps 33 thousand people checking their emails for his Idea of the Week.
It's been a bumpy week in the stocks, so we head back to Wall Street to rejoin Kenny Polcari on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, and hear whether we should worry about the FANG stocks with Netflix's dip, and where to find investment opportunities during a shake up.
This week we're joined by Jason Schenker, the world's most accurate economic forecaster. We get down to it, and Jason shares his thoughts on interest rates, congressional midterms, rising unemployment, and more.
He's a trading legend showing no signs of stopping after 41 years. Yra Harris joins us to talk Italian political turmoil, the US 10-year, Russian oil and sanctions, and some of his own stock picks.
This week, Adam speaks with Michael Purves, who has been nailing market predictions as Chief Global Strategist at Weeden & Co. Michael goes in-depth, sharing his insights, how he reads the market, and leaves us with five tactical trade takeaways.
Honest Buildings is a small Manhattan startup with some of the biggest clients in real estate. This week Adam speaks with CEO Riggs Kubiak about how his company harnesses project data and blockchain technology to make itself indispensable to developers and building owners, on projects big and small.
This week, Adam catches up with Dr. Komal Sri-Kumar, who's just back from Russia, to talk about recent sanctions, geopolitical factors, and Sri's process for advising sovereign wealth funds.
Adam is reunited with Cory Johnson after their days together at Bloomberg. Cory's now working with a crypto-currency that's changing the way banks and businesses across the globe transfer money.
With news in autonomous vehicles, AMZN purchases, and new management in the Fed, we visit the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to check in with floor trader Polcari about the latest.
For more about Kenny, visit http://www.kennypolcari.com/.
This week Adam hosts from Las Vegas, at the HIMSS Conference for medical information technologies. Don Ross comes on the show to talk about the role predictive AI plays in consumer trust.
This week, Adam interviews Ken Davenport, the Tony Award-winning Broadway producer, about his success in a notoriously high risk market.
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This week Adam speaks with Tony Scott, U.S. Chief Information Officer under President Obama.
On today's episode, Adam visits Broadway!
Adam and Tom speak with analyst and digital entrepreneur David Garrity.