Each week, CNBC Fast Money contributors Dan Nathan and Guy Adami, along with former hedge fund manager Danny Moses (as featured in The Big Short), break down market-moving headlines, provide their insights into the financial markets and discuss under-the-radar investment themes. You’ll leave each week with a better perspective on financial and business news from three experienced, nonconsensus voices whose goal is to provide listeners with the intellectual framework to think critically and make smarter investment decisions. Each episode, the co-hosts go Off The Tape with a guest from the world of finance, media, entertainment or sports. Dan Nathan is a CNBC contributor, the Principal of Risk Reversal Advisors and is the founder and editor of RiskReversal.com. Guy Adami is an original member of CNBC’s Fast Money and is currently the Director of Advisor Advocacy at Private Advisor Group. Danny Moses has been on Wall Street for decades in a variety of roles, is currently a private investo... more
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Guy, Dan and Danny discuss the worst first half for the S&P 500 since 1970 (1:47), the crypto crash (11:53), what the mid-term elections could mean for the stock market (15:53), an interview with Blackstone’s Joe Zidle on CNBC’s Fast Money (20:31), w... more
On this episode of MKT Call Guy Adami, Dan Nathan and Liz Young discuss: Yields bouncing around 3% The worst first half for the S&P 500 in 50 years Single stocks making 52-week lows (Deere, Target, Nike, JPMorgan, PayPal, Nvidia) What Liz Young is wa... more
Dan speaks with tech journalist Kara Swisher about her exit from the New York Times for a new role with Vox Media (0:54), Mark Zuckerberg’s huge bet on the metaverse and the future of Meta/Facebook (5:17), Kara’s recent interview with VC heavyweight ... more
It’s rare that these guys ever have anything positive to say. Nathan is a perma-bear, and he’s really rubbing off on Guy. They’ll never host a guest like Tom Lee on here.
What else can you expect from 3 geniuses!
First and foremost I want to say I love listening the podcast and the information is so on point! Danny M, What do you think about the upsets and the ending in these last three NFL divisional round games? (CINN@TEN, SF@GB and LAR@TB)!!
Guys, long time fan of all involved and enjoy this podcast, but please improve your audio technology. Dan fades in and out regularly and often we hear misc, background noise, random and distracting. Pleas accept this criticism as supportive to improve your product.
Nice show! I fell so motivated.
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