Halftime Report is on the front lines of CNBC’s market coverage. CNBC’s Scott Wapner and the Street’s top investors get to the heart of the action as it’s happening and help set the agenda for the rest of the day. Halftime Report airs weekdays 12-1PM ET on CNBC TV.
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I like listening to the talking heads even though I wouldn’t use their advice to make my investment decisions. The investment committee has a good mix of rotating guests. Stephanie Link usually impresses with her GARP stock picks. Josh Brown brings humor. On the other hand, Jim Lebenthal seems like a ‘fuddy duddy’, and value trap investor. Joe Terranova preaches momentum investing. But, he consistently mistimes buying and selling stocks with that strategy.
Thanks to Scott’s sharpness, HT alwyas moves the market! 🎯🚀
I like listening to the talking heads even though I wouldn’t use their advice to make my investment decisions. The investment committee has a good mix of rotating guests. Stephanie Link usually impresses with her GARP stock picks. Josh Brown brings humor. On the other hand, Jim Lebenthal seems like a ‘fuddy duddy’, and value trap investor. Joe Terranova preaches momentum investing. However, he consistently mistimes buying and selling stocks with that strategy.
I like listening to the talking heads even though this isn’t the most informative show. The investment committee has a good mix of rotating guests. Stephanie Link usually impresses with her takes and GARP stock picks. On the other hand, Jim Lebenthal often comes across as a ‘fuddy duddy’, and value trap investor.
My favourite CNBC show. Scott is balanced and always asks the important questions. The investment committee is top notch and represents both sides of the debate. Never miss an episode
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Halftime Report launched 3 years ago and published 600 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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