Bloomberg P&L Podcast: Boris Johnson, AI, Fed with John Authers, David Kotok, and others

Bloomberg P&L Podcast: Boris Johnson, AI, Fed with John Authers, David Kotok, and others

John Authers, Senior Editor for Bloomberg Markets, will discuss why U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit strategy is in tatters after UK government loses majority in parliament. David Kotok, Chairman & Chief Investment Officer at Cumberland Advisors, on markets and current investment outlook. Chris Condon, Federal Reserve Reporter, will discuss what’s a busy day for Fed speakers, and also why Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren is unconvinced the central bank needs to cut interest rates at this month’s Fed meeting. William Quigley, CEO of the WAX (Worldwide Asset eXchange) and co-founder of Tether, discusses issues surrounding Facebook’s Libra and why blockchain apps aren’t being adopted.

Running time 29:16

Cumberland's David Kotok on Bloomberg Radio

This is a Bloomberg podcast.


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If you like podcasts, check out this one from 2015 featuring David Kotok talking about his background and Camp Kotok with Barry Ritholtz. They also talk about the history of Cumberland Advisors since its founding, and delve into fundamental principles of investing and valuation.

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