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32 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Barry Ritholtz. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Barry Ritholtz, often where they are interviewed.

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32 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Barry Ritholtz. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Barry Ritholtz, often where they are interviewed.

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Stuck@Om with Barry Ritholtz

Stuck @Om
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In this episode of Stuck@Om my friend Barry Ritholtz joins me to discuss our current existence. Barry is the CIO of Ritholtz Wealth Management, an avid blogger, and prolific author. His voice is well-recognized in the stock market and investing universe. Barry and I have a conversation about how the pandemic has served to amplify the gap between the ‘haves’ and ‘have-nots’. We acknowledge it can be a catalyst for necessary change on a governmental level.

Barry and I also chat about the state of the economy and its influence on the stock market using the analogy of a rubber band: If it stretches too far in one direction it will inevitably snap back. The market is betting on future probabilities and often sees changes in the economy before anyone else reports it. Barry states: “The nature of technology, the nature of capitalism, the nature of markets, is constant change. It just takes place at a longer timeline than us humans are comfortable with.”

Barry and I also chat about Facebook and how it is reckless and irresponsible in how it allows the spread of fake news. Facebook has advertising down to an exact science and can track nearly every move you make. Barry admits that he’s impressed by them professionally but hates them personally. 

We delve into what aspiring bloggers can achieve by either curating content, creating their own, or educating and teaching. Barry points out that there has never been a better time to be a human being on this planet. What’s available to you is astonishing. We can access everything ever written or recorded — so we should take advantage of it. Listen to this episode for an inspiring and thoughtful conversation between friends. 

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  Outline of This Episode
  • Two separate categories for people dealing with COVID
  • Will the Coronavirus pandemic help us become better people?
  • Barry weighs in on the volatility of the stock market 
  • The news is often a lagging indicator of reality
  • The nature of technology and capitalism is constant change
  • Full stop on the industrial era brought to its knees?
  • Companies have gotten too big for our good
  • Addressing the Google antitrust action rumors going around
  • Why society should be more worried about the impact of Facebook
  • A blog can curate content, create original content, or educate and teach
  • How we can access everything ever written or recorded and must take advantage of it
  • The bloggers, authors, and prolific writers Barry reads every day
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Jun 02 2020

42mins

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Getting to know Barry Ritholtz (guest: Barry Ritholtz)

The Market Huddle
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In episode #76, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome esteemed Bloomberg contributor and just an all-around fun guy – Barry Ritholtz. They talk about Barry’s journey to Wall street, discuss what he thinks are in store for markets and end with a great chat about his other love – cars!

Apr 17 2020

2hr 20mins

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Barry Ritholtz Discusses WFH’s Impact on the Economy (Podcast)

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Bloomberg Opinion Columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with a variety of guests who share their work-from-home experiences during the Covid-19 quarantine.

Apr 11 2020

1hr 7mins

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SUPD 77 Paul Rieckhoff , Michael Cohen and Barry Ritholtz

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Apr 06 2020

1hr 29mins

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Covid-19 Crisis: Barry Ritholtz on Keeping Perspective

Behavioral Grooves Podcast
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Barry Ritholtz is the CIO of Ritholtz Wealth Management and the host of the Bloomberg podcast Masters in Business, where he talks almost as much about markets, investing and business as he does about the behavioral science behind WHY we do what we do. Our first conversation appears in the ever-popular Episode 47.

This week, we discussed the financial implications of the financial crisis resulting from the pandemic. It’s not, as Barry notes quite clearly, a one hundred year flood. The market is reacting the way it normally does. While the shifts are dramatic, they were unforeseen and will – over time – return to more stable growth.

We also talked about the impact the crisis will have on supply chains, the availability of durable and consumer goods, the way bailouts should be structured, and how important it is to not lie to ourselves in times like these. All of this discussion of finance, as you may imagine, is through a behavioral lens. 

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Connect with Kurt and Tim:

Kurt Nelson, PhD: @WhatMotivates  e-mail: kurt@lanterngroup.com

Tim Houlihan: @THoulihan  e-mail: tim@behavioralchemy.com

Lantern Group: http://lanterngroup.com/

BehaviorAlchemy: https://www.behavioralchemy.com/

Behavioral Grooves: https://behavioralgrooves.com/

Weekly Grooves: https://weeklygrooves.podbean.com/

Common Biases & Heuristics: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XHpBr0VFcaT8wIUpr-9zMIb79dFMgOVFRxIZRybiftI/edit#

General Coronavirus Info:

Daily Newsletter Summarizing data from Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security: http://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/newsroom/newsletters/e-newsletter-sign-up.html

CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Great videos on the science behind this by Dr. Peter Attia – this is the first in a series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNVhLyAlfA4

What is herd immunity? https://www.technologyreview.com/s/615375/what-is-herd-immunity-and-can-it-stop-the-coronavirus/

Coronavirus & Behavioral Science:

Selected Links: The Behavioral Sice of Coronavirus: https://behavioralscientist.org/selected-links-the-behavioral-science-of-the-coronavirus-covid-19/

Why no one is reading your coronavirus email:  https://edition.cnn.com/2020/03/13/opinions/coronavirus-emails-effective-messaging-rogers/index.html

Handwashing can stop a virus, so why don’t we do it?:  https://behavioralscientist.org/handwashing-can-stop-a-virus-so-why-dont-we-do-it-coronavirus-covid-19/

The behavioral science of handwashing: https://think.ing.com/articles/the-behavioural-science-of-hand-washing/

How we can cope or be better during this crisis:

Tip Sheet from HUMU: https://humu.com/remote-nudges/

Resources for learning at home: https://fordhaminstitute.org/national/commentary/resources-learning-home-during-covid-19-school-closures?utm_source=join1440&utm_medium=email&utm_placement=etcetera

General Behavioral Science and other info related or talked about in the series:

Common Biases and Heuristics: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XHpBr0VFcaT8wIUpr-9zMIb79dFMgOVFRxIZRybiftI/edit#

Jonathan Haidt – 5 Moral Foundations: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moral_foundations_theory

Jürgen Klopp: https://ftw.usatoday.com/2020/03/jurgen-klopp-goes-off-on-reporter-after-being-asked-about-coronavirus-again

UBI (Universal Basic Income): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basic_income

7-Minute Workout: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECxYJcnvyMw

4 Drive Model: https://www.leadersbeacon.com/how-great-leaders-use-the-4-drive-model-to-impact-employee-motivation/

Universal Basic Income: https://behavioralscientist.org/checkscheckschecks-why-we-need-a-universal-basic-income-now-coronavirus/

Why we are not going back to normal: https://www.technologyreview.com/s/615370/coronavirus-pandemic-social-distancing-18-months/

Mar 22 2020

56mins

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SUPD 59 Dr Aaron Carroll and Barry Ritholtz on Corona Virus

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You are worried about your health and the health of your friends family and 401k. Or just yoour industry and job! Well I have to best 2 experts to answer those questions

Dr Aaron Carroll

Indiana University

NYTimes

Health Care Triage

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The Bad Food Bible and other books

Barry Ritholtz

The Big Picture Blog

Ritholtz Wealth

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Mar 06 2020

50mins

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A Masterclass in Business: Money Philosophy with Barry Ritholtz (EP.57)

The Rational Reminder Podcast
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On today's episode we are so happy to be joined by none other than Barry Ritholtz! As the founder and CIO of Ritholtz Wealth Management, host of the Masters in Business Podcast and regular financial blogger for more than 15 years, Barry is someone we have been dying to speak to on the show and who we have taken loads of inspiration from over the years. We talk to Barry about his own podcast which has been going strong for years now and is just about to reach its 250th episode! He also explains the beginnings of his firm and how his role has evolved in it since it started. From there, the conversation turns to the different parts of an investing philosophy we and Barry pretty much share and we ruminate on the state of the financial industry in US and Canada currently. We all feel that it is surprising that brokerage firms still find business in this day and age, when it has been shown so many times, for an extended period of time to be a far inferior business model for clients. Barry offers some pretty sensible advice on how to pursue financial growth in the long term and shares how RWM approaches client acquisition. For all of this and so much more, be sure not to miss this great episode!

Key Points From This Episode:

  • Why Barry feels he has the easiest gig in podcasting. [0:03:17.6]
  • The inspiration behind starting the firm and Barry's day to day work. [0:05:53.9]
  • The RIA model versus the brokerage model in investment firms. [0:12:45.4]
  • How Barry and the firm have chosen to run their business model. [0:16:03]
  • Specific portfolios at Ritholtz and the philosophy behind them . [0:21:18.8]
  • It's no good breaking a record if you crash straight after! [0:28:13.1]
  • How Barry and the firm find customers and the client conversations they have. [0:34:04.2]
  • Behavioral counseling as RWMC's biggest value proposition. [0:42:34.8]
  • Barry's opinions on robo-advisors and the factors to consider. [0:47:06.2]
  • Why are there still commission based advisors in 2019? [0:50:38.9]
  • Things Barry has changed his mind about since starting the firm in 2013. [0:55:09.9]
  • Small cap tilts, lower rates and the longer term vision that is necessary. [1:01:11.1]
  • How Barry defines success in his life. [1:07:01.5]
  • And much more!

Aug 01 2019

1hr 10mins

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A Masterclass in Business: Money Philosophy with Barry Ritholtz (EP.57)

The Rational Reminder Podcast
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On today's episode we are so happy to be joined by none other than Barry Ritholtz! As the founder and CIO of Ritholtz Wealth Management, host of the Masters in Business Podcast and regular financial blogger for more than 15 years, Barry is someone we have been dying to speak to on the show and who we have taken loads of inspiration from over the years. We talk to Barry about his own podcast which has been going strong for years now and is just about to reach its 250th episode! He also explains the beginnings of his firm and how his role has evolved in it since it started. From there, the conversation turns to the different parts of an investing philosophy we and Barry pretty much share and we ruminate on the state of the financial industry in US and Canada currently. We all feel that it is surprising that brokerage firms still find business in this day and age, when it has been shown so many times, for an extended period of time to be a far inferior business model for clients. Barry offers some pretty sensible advice on how to pursue financial growth in the long term and shares how RWM approaches client acquisition. For all of this and so much more, be sure not to miss this great episode!

Key Points From This Episode:

  • Why Barry feels he has the easiest gig in podcasting. [0:03:17.6]
  • The inspiration behind starting the firm and Barry's day to day work. [0:05:53.9]
  • The RIA model versus the brokerage model in investment firms. [0:12:45.4]
  • How Barry and the firm have chosen to run their business model. [0:16:03]
  • Specific portfolios at Ritholtz and the philosophy behind them . [0:21:18.8]
  • It's no good breaking a record if you crash straight after! [0:28:13.1]
  • How Barry and the firm find customers and the client conversations they have. [0:34:04.2]
  • Behavioral counseling as RWMC's biggest value proposition. [0:42:34.8]
  • Barry's opinions on robo-advisors and the factors to consider. [0:47:06.2]
  • Why are there still commission based advisors in 2019? [0:50:38.9]
  • Things Barry has changed his mind about since starting the firm in 2013. [0:55:09.9]
  • Small cap tilts, lower rates and the longer term vision that is necessary. [1:01:11.1]
  • How Barry defines success in his life. [1:07:01.5]
  • And much more!

Aug 01 2019

1hr 16mins

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Barry Ritholtz: Quantitative tightening is not a good reason to be bearish

Macro Voices
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Erik Townsend and Patrick Ceresna welcome Barry Ritholtz to MacroVoices. Erik and Barry start by defining bull and bear markets and discuss the bullish case for equities. They proceed to discuss the U.S Dollar, interest rate trends, junk bonds and the China credit risks. They then take a deep dive into populism, the growing trends in socialism, crony capitalism and what is wrong with MMT. Special post game guest Charlie McElligott.

Mar 07 2019

1hr 24mins

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Howard Marks LIVE (Replay) with Barry Ritholtz (Podcast)

Masters in Business
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Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews the legendary Howard Marks, co-founder and co-chairman of Oaktree Capital Management. The firm was formed in 1995 by a group of individuals who had been investing together since the mid-1980s in high-yield bonds, convertible securities, distressed debt, real estate, control investments and listed equities. Marks is celebrated for the memos he created in 1990. His newest book, "Mastering the Market Cycle: Getting the Odds On Your Side," was published in October. 

Feb 27 2019

1hr 5mins

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