Bloomberg, thinking person’s business network

Today my friend Barry Ritholtz announced that he has joined Bloomberg View (and Radio) as a commenter and a columnist. Of course that means he is going to be on TV more and that is fantastic because he is one of more erudite thinkers and commenters on money markets. Our here on the West Coast they have Emily Chang who anchors Bloomberg West (with Cory Johnson) and has a stable of regulars such as Paul Kedrosky, Jon Erlichman and Brad Stone that have turned her show into must-see-money-tv! Plus they have Tom Keene! I think they are becoming a thinking-person’s financial network. I like where they are going and why I enjoy being on the show with Emily! 

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  1. Mike Leishman says:

    November 2nd, 2013 at 7:53 pm Reply

    Ha! Om you should warn your readers about hideous sites before recommending they actually click the link. Seriously, we deserve better. The bloomberg site is awful and don’t even get me started on Barry’s site. Ugh. Although Barry and Bloomberg may in fact have valuable insights, their presentation belies this (the value of presentation is disproportionate to the actual content … a sad fact that I try to explain to my daughters on a weekly basis). Unfortunately, it reflects badly on you for recommending their sites. Go figure.

    Be careful is all I am saying.

    In all other respects, keep up your great work.

    Respectfully, Michael Leishman
    leish2 – at – gmail

  2. Barry Ritholtz (@ritholtz) says:

    November 2nd, 2013 at 4:10 pm Reply

    Not subtle?

  3. eideard says:

    November 2nd, 2013 at 4:22 am Reply

    I don’t know why it never occurred to me that someone as mellow, understanding and perceptive as the Om might have known Barry Ritholtz from your days back in NYC. Or so I presume.

    One of our favorite events at breakfast time is to catch Barry Ritholtz as a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance with Tom Keene. His wit and insight may not be as subtle as yours, Om – but, his frankness and honesty is as thoroughly appreciated as your own.

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