The Crazy Comes Out Around Money w/ Michael Farr
In today’s episode of the Weiss Investor podcast, Kenny is joined by Michael K. Farr, the longest-serving paid contributor in CNBC history and CEO of Farr, Miller & Washington, a goliath recently acquired by Hightower, which oversees over $2 billion in assets under management (AUM).
Michael worked as an English teacher at a New England prep school before landing a two-year internship at Morgan Stanley (MS), where he learned the key to success was his people skills.
Kenny and Michael catch up and tell some very funny stories before diving into the global trade war with China and Russia, the Olympics and the Federal Reserve. This one’s a very entertaining and insightful conversation between two long-time experts and friends that you won’t want to miss!
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Until next week,
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