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Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz looks at the people and ideas that shape markets, investing and business.
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Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Scott Kupor.Kupor is the managing partner at Andreessen Horowitz where he is responsible for all operational aspects of running the firm. He has been with the firm since its inception in 2009 and has overseen its rapid growth, from three employees to 150+ and from $300 million in assets under management to more than $10 billion. Kupor served as Chairman of the Board of the National Venture Capital Association (2017-2018). He is the author of the national bestselling book Secrets of Sand Hill Road: Venture Capital and How to Get It.
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Tim Hockey and Tom NallyTim Hockey is CEO and President of TD Ameritrade, a company that serves individual investors and independent RIAs (total client assets $1.3 trillion, as of June 30)Tom Nally is President of TD Ameritrade Institutional, which provides custody and brokerage services to more than 7,000 independent RIAs. (roughly $650 Bln under custody)TD hosts Elite LINC each year, a more intimate conference for executives leading some of the industry’s largest and most successful RIA firms. Last month, more than 200 advisory firm executives managing more than $300 billion dollars met in Dana Point for the annual event.
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz is joined by Bloomberg senior editor John Authers and Bloomberg Markets editor-in-chief Christine Harper to discuss “Capital Ideas: The Improbable Origins of Modern Wall Street.” Peter Bernstein’s classic account of how a group of academics transformed Wall Street with bold new theories for managing risk is the first book in Bloomberg’s new book club. To join Bloomberg’s book club, email authersnotes@bloomberg.net or use #AuthersNotes on Twitter.
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Andrew Ang, who leads BlackRock’s factor-based strategies group. Ang has published widely on equities, fixed income, asset and factor allocation, and alternative assets; his book “Asset Management: A Systematic Approach to Factor Investing” was published by Oxford University Press. Prior to joining BlackRock, Ang was chair of Columbia Business School’s finance and economics division; he earned his Ph.D. in finance and M.S. in statistics from Stanford University. 
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Chris Brightman, chief investment officer and partner at Research Affiliates. Brightman has three decades of investment management experience, including at The Investment Fund for Foundations (TIFF), the Virginia Retirement System, the University of Virginia Investment Management Company, and Strategic Investment Group, among others. Brightman is also a member of CFA Institute and CFA Society Orange County. 
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jon Stein, founder and chief executive officer of Betterment, the U.S.'s largest independent online financial adviser. Prior to founding the firm, which has over $16 billion in assets under management, Stein spent years as a Wall Street consultant. He studied economics at Harvard University and finance at Columbia Business School, and is a CFA charterholder.
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews AIG’s Sharon French, who will soon take the reins at the company’s life and retirement funds business, which manages more than $85 billion in assets. French is also president and member of the Global Governance Committee for Women in ETFs and a member of the Investment Company Institute’s ETF governance committee. 
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Scott Galloway, a professor of marketing at the NYU Stern School of Business and author of "The Four: The Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google." Galloway is also the founder of several firms, including the business intelligence company L2 and the global brand-strategy consultancy Prophet. His latest book is "The Algebra of Happiness: Notes on the Pursuit of Success, Love and Meaning."
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Thomas Lin, founding editor of the award-winning Quanta Magazine, which specializes in science and mathematics coverage. Lin is the editor of two books: "Alice and Bob Meet the Wall of Fire: The Biggest Ideas in Science From Quanta" and "The Prime Number Conspiracy: The Biggest Ideas in Math From Quanta." Before joining Quanta, Lin was a digital editor at The New York Times; he has also worked as a mechanical engineer and teacher. 
Marty Markowitz had his share of problems. His parents had recently died. He had troubles at work. A failing relationship. He needed someone to help him through this rough patch in his life. So he decided to get some professional help from a psychiatrist. What he did not count on, was what happened in his life over the next twenty-nine years. This is a story about power, control, and turning to the wrong person for help.  Listen now at bloomberg.com/shrinknextdoor
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Dan Galbraith

This was an excellent interview from an amazing man with incite on life as well as investments!

Feb 19th
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Dorian Smith

Loved this interview!

Jan 11th
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Bee Lor

I don't like how the ads are 10x louder than the podcast itself. thanks for killing my ears..

Nov 28th
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Lorenz König

I’m new to this and I hardly understand a word what they say - way to geeky.

Oct 9th
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Cameron Coburn

Lorenz König You're the problem, not the show.

Dec 5th
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Bill Slikkerveer

unable to download or stream

Jul 14th
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Blake Reynolds

Not MBA level material

Jun 7th
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KilYong Lee

.ㆍㅊㆍㄷㆍㅈ느ㅡㄷ ㅈㆍ ㄴㄸㅈ ㅈㄴ ㅈ

Apr 28th
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Edis Eminovic

das Fahrrad

Apr 25th
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Delta Decay

great podcast with very good nuggets of wisdom

Apr 24th
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Artur Gorbenko

He interrupts too much. please let the person speak.

Mar 31st
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Chirag Shekhar

This is one of the best podcasts I have ever come across. Deeply insightful, and decorated very genuinely and inquistively by Mr. Ritholtz.

Nov 16th
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iTunes User

Favorite new podcast. Amazing guests, Barry knows his stuff and gets his guests fully engaged.

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

These are really interesting in-depth interviews with some high profile names. Keep them coming.

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

Ritholtz does a great job getting interesting people for interviews and generally a good job asking questions. Occasionally gets off focus and too cute or "me-too"y. Nonetheless a must listen for the ride too/from work. Helluva lot better than the TV talking heads. Previously listened on Bloomberg radio, which was good but did not save stopping points.

Aug 30th
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