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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.

28 Episodes
Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman on the appeal of alternative investments, as new rules open access. Plus, factor investing.
Plus, Jack talks cars and small cap stocks.
Founder Trevor Milton talks with Jack about hydrogen trucks and a new GM deal, while a short-seller dents the stock.
What's the best way to size up drug stocks? Does solar's outlook remain bright? Is a frank on a bun a sandwich? Jack has thoughts.
Why Jack is cutting stock risk. And IMAX CEO Richard Gelfond talks about the return to the big screen.
NYU's Aswath Damodaran weighs in on how much investors should pay for Tesla and Amazon, and says the price of a college degree could crash.
Zoetis CEO Kristin Peck and Credit Suisse strategist Jonathan Golub weigh in. Also, Jack on SPACs.
With other tech giants facing antitrust scorn, Microsoft could walk away with a social media gem. Is that a good thing? NYU professor Scott Galloway weighs in.
Is the greenback's recent slide the start of a bigger move, and what should investors make of gains for cryptocurrencies and precious metals?
As cash pours into do-good investments, Philip Morris is trying to clean up its image. Can a cigarette maker go ESG?
Are We MMT-ing Yet?

Are We MMT-ing Yet?


Economist Stephanie Kelton says soaring deficits aren't a problem. Has she converted her critics?
Disney executive chairman on how the coronavirus will change theme parks, movies, and streaming. (First published 4/10/20.)
The burrito chain's CEO on culinary changes, the pandemic response, and growth potential. Also, Jack takes on real estate.
Nvidia Takes on Tesla

Nvidia Takes on Tesla


Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang on how the chipmaker has parlayed video game success into supercomputing dominance. Next up: Autonomous driving.
Jack talks with Gilead Sciences CEO Daniel O'Day, and weighs in on a day-trading celebrity.
Yale economist Robert Shiller and the CEOs of broker Redfin and homebuilder Taylor Morrison. Plus, Jack rants about gold.
Good news: The economy is reopening. Bad news: A top economist says Fed overreach could produce scary results.
An analyst upgrades Southwest Airlines, and the CEO of Booking Holdings talks hotels. Also, post-Covid bowling is two comeback stories in one.
Questions about airlines, Uber, a stock market bubble, and globalization on this special edition of Barron's Streetwise hosted by Jack Hough.
ViacomCBS CEO Bob Bakish on soaring demand for streaming; why advertising will come back; and what makes Pluto TV the company's secret weapon.
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