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Taking Stock

By Bloomberg News

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Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox speak with analysts and fund managers who advise investors on stock picks. Drawing upon Bloomberg news and data, timely investment strategies are analyzed and debated by the top minds on Wall Street. Breaking news,earnings reports and market updates round out an informative and compelling wrap-up to the day's action.

Customer Reviews

Guy's at Bloomberg, what happened????

This podcast was great!! In my opinion the most informational and unbiased podcast of all financials, but what happened with it being cut down from approx. 60 mins down to approx 10 mins?

This is really not cool, and hope that you will decide to go back to longer, less edited versions of the podcast. Really 60 mins is not too long at all. If anything, have a choice between the short and full versions of the podcast.

Otherwise I will have to find some way to rip taking stock from my fios bloomberg channel and really it probably won't end up being worth it.

Please Return to the Interview-by-Interview Format

Recently, some Talking Stock podcasts have been released as 45-60 minute continuous blocks extracted straight from the Bloomberg radio broadcast. I strongly prefer the interview-by-interview podcast format. It allows me to focus on the podcasts in which I’m interested. Alternately, maybe chapters can be added to the continuous broadcast to allow skipping ahead in the podcast. Thanks.

im peeved

i heard a great story on bloomberg radio during taking said i could hear it later as a podcast, but the portion of the show i wanted to listen to has been cut out!! it was a great segment about technology and dataprocessing