By Joshua M. Brown, Jeff Macke
The right way to SEPARATE the scoop FROM THE NOISE: WHAT each INVESTOR must recognize
There is not any scarcity of monetary suggestion nowadays. From cocky cable pundits to nattering information columnists to off-grid on-line bloggers, there are extra so-called specialists than ever before—and the noise may be downright deafening.
This no-bull, bottom-line consultant from "The Reformed Broker" Josh Brown and Yahoo Finance's Jeff Macke might help you chop during the cacophony and utilize today's media information. It's an eye-opening crash path in isolating monetary proof from fiction—featuring interviews with a number of the world's such a lot influential traders, together with:
JIM CRAMER (Mad Money) takes you backstage of his polarizing television program—and talks approximately his conflict with Jon Stewart at the day-by-day Show.
HENRY BLODGET (Business Insider) stocks anecdotes approximately tangling with Eliot Spitzer, protecting the Martha Stewart trial, and launching his company Insider website as a "marked man."
BEN STEIN (Win Ben Stein's Money) unearths how he rather feels approximately Bernanke, Bogle, Buffett, and bailouts.
KAREN FINERMAN (CNBC's Fast Money) exposes the hype at the back of the headlines—and the "show biz" calls for on tv information pundits.
HERB GREENBERG (TheStreet.com) explains why traders have to keep on with social media, the place the "real" information is disseminated.
BARRY RITHOLTZ (Bailout Nation) finds his mystery for "watching" monetary TV.
You'll additionally locate necessary insights from the unique father of economic television, Jim Rogers, and from James Altucher, the main shockingly sincere commentator within the historical past of the medium. And you'll get a front-row seat for the processing and packaging of the scoop and examine every thing you must learn about the speaking heads who form each one day's narrative.
Up-close. In-depth. All-true. Clash of the monetary Pundits is the single advisor that might switch how you examine markets and making an investment forever.
PRAISE FOR JOSH BROWN'S BACKSTAGE WALL STREET: "Much like Michael Lewis's Liar's Poker captured the essence of Eighties institutional Wall highway, Brown's Backstage Wall Street re-creates the boiler room retail brokerage tradition of the Nineties and early 2000s in shiny color." — FORBES
"Joshua Brown could be the funniest author on finance this present day, yet Backstage Wall Street can make you cry greater than snigger. The buffoons, manipulators, and incompetents Brown parades ahead of us are the stewards of our retirement accounts." — BARRON'S
"Run don't stroll to learn Brown's chronicles of deception [perpetrated through] these superb fogeys on Wall road, who approximately bankrupted the world's economic system a couple of brief years ago." — DOUGLAS A. KASS, Seabreeze companions administration, Inc.