Josh Brown is a New York City-based financial advisor at Ritholtz Wealth Management. He helps people invest and manage portfolios for them. His clients range from individuals to corporations to retirement plans to charitable foundations. Brown is the author of the book Backstage Wall Street, from publisher McGraw-Hill. In March of 2012 he joined the advisory board of Brightscope, where he hopes to help usher in a new era of transparency for the financial advisory industry.
Dan Greenhaus provides clients with frequent commentary on a host of market and economic related developments.
Dan Greenhaus is BTIG’s Chief Global Strategist. In this capacity, Dan is charged with evaluating both domestic and global macro trends as well as formulating top down investment strategies for clients. Using brief daily missives, a well read evening piece and longer thematic notes published weekly, Dan stays in front of clients in a number of ways on a number of different topics. Dan is an exclusive CNBC contributor, is often quoted in major national publications including the New York Times, Financial Times and Wall Street Journal and is a speaker at conferences around the country. Prior to joining BTIG, Dan worked at Miller Tabak in the Market Strategy Group, working directly the firm’s chief strategist at the time, Anthony Crescenzi. He obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Buffalo, a Masters Degree in Finance and Investments from Baruch College, is a member of both the National Association for Business Economics and the New York Society of Security Analysts and has completed two levels of the CFA examination.
Art Hogan is Managing Director of Head of Product Strategy at Lazard Capital Markets.
As chief market strategist, Jeff leads the development and articulation of market and investment strategies for LPL Financial Research, leveraging his expertise in the analysis of global financial markets and asset allocation strategy. Jeff has been cited by The Wall Street Journal as one of "Wall Street's Best and Brightest" and is known for his keen market insights. He is the author of the popular investment book, Market Evolution: How to Profit in Today's Changing Financial Markets, published in May 2006.
Art Hogan and Jeffrey Kleintop discuss the fast pace of information flows in the social media and 24-hour news culture that inflates the importance of single points of economic data and loses the bigger picture.