Joshua Brown is the CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management, a New York City-based investment advisory firm where he helps people invest for the future.
He has been named by The Wall Street Journal, Barron's and TIME Magazine as the most important financial follow on Twitter. Josh's blog, The Reformed Broker, is read by millions of investors, traders and advisors around the world. He is also the author of the books "Backstage Wall Street" and "Clash of the Financial Pundits." His investment advisory firm, based in New York City, is focused on financial planning, retirement solutions, and institutional asset management.
What does Josh Brown do when he's not investing? Here's a look in our Halftime Report "Trade Off."
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Disclosures as of 7/20/18:
Long stock: Alphabet, Apple, Albemarle, Amgen, CWS, Dunkin' Brands, Ethereum, Intel, Invitation Homes, JetBlue, JP Morgan, Mastercard, Nvidia, Schwab, ServiceNow, Shake Shack, Stitch Fix, Store Capital, Twitter, Verizon.
The Halftime Report traders debate BMO's initiation of Albemarle and whether the stock's rally this year can continue.
Josh Brown goes down the bitcoin rabbit hole. He's not recommending it but says you can practically smell that "the stampede is coming."
Josh Brown discusses the dilemma of single stock picking in wealth management. The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders weigh in.
You might think that Facebook is unstoppable but money manager Josh Brown has one word for you: Microsoft. Oh, and here's another one: AT&T.
Michael Batnick of Ritholtz Wealth Management believes investors should "do less" and focus on the long term to achieve success.
Ritholtz Wealth Management's Michael Batnick shared his views on investing in an exclusive interview for CNBC PRO with Mike Santoli.
Bespoke Investment Group co-founders, with the help of Centric Digital, launched a paid, private Twitter channel product on July 13.
Bank of America discussed the possible evil side of the ETF in a report Wednesday.
Costco shares may look attractive after the Amazon-Whole Foods-induced selloff, but financial advisor Josh Brown says not so fast.