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Get the lowdown on high finance each week with Barron’s columnist Jack Hough. Business leaders and trendspotters, insights and absurdities—this is Wall Street like you've never heard before.

52 Episodes
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The world-beating stock-picker says pricey growth stocks have plenty of upside left. Bitcoin, too. Is she right?
Jack talks with three real estate pros about valuations and interest rates. Plus, beware fighting squirrels.
Goldman Sachs chief U.S. stock strategist David Kostin on why stocks have room to run.
Cannabis shares are soaring. A flourishing fund manager explains how to find profits amid the puffery.
Scott Watterson, CEO of NordicTrack owner ICON, on the boom in home training. Plus, investing in lab-grown meat.
Chatroom speculators are turning their meme fluency into fast profits. Where does it lead?
Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick on the boom in interactive entertainment. Plus, Jack and Mette become Roblox noobs.
Renowned value investor Jeremy Grantham weighs in on "unbearable levels of ecstasy"--and why stocks could lose 50%.
Where's Jack Ma?

Where's Jack Ma?

2021-01-0822:312

What the Alibaba founder's sudden absence says about investing in China. Plus, here comes inflation.
Economist Stephanie Kelton says soaring deficits aren't a problem. Has she converted her critics? (First published 07/17/20.)
Jack answers your questions in this special holiday episode. Plus, the dark side of elves.
The online gambling company's plan for growth. Plus, how to (not) buy insurance.
Square CFO Amrita Ahuja on Cash App's viral growth. And Jack talks DoorDash, Airbnb, and bubble tea.
Time to Sell?

Time to Sell?

2020-12-0421:362

Behavioral economist Richard Thaler on investor overconfidence. Plus, a Wall Street strategist says vaccines could bring a peak for stocks.
Elon Musk's company looks more like Apple than a car maker. Plus, the outlook for restaurants is changing.
Masterworks CEO on Monet for the masses. Plus, a finance professor sees selection bias in art.
Also, Jack has thoughts on stocks, vaccines, tech antitrust, leaf blowers, and Smurfs.
The podcast is on vacation, but Jack answers questions and sings some low notes.
Adena Friedman, CEO of the stock exchange owner, talks about fast growth in non-trading revenue. Plus, Jack peeks at a Christmas shopping forecast.
Jack talks with a market strategist and an economic forecaster about whether prices will surge, and what it means for stock returns.
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Patrecia Sapulette

Thanks Jack @Barron! now I've got an idea what's @Jack 's contribution on Square. also Cash app!

Dec 13th
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Patrecia Sapulette

I love your podcasts content Barron!!!

Dec 6th
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