First up on tonight’s FarrCast it’s Josh Brown from CNBC and Ritholz Wealth Management. Josh and Michael talk about where every investment relationship begins – not with what security to buy, but with what the investor’s goals are. Josh tells why he’s not afraid of a recession, and shares the one thing he is absolutely certain of. (It’s not what you think!)
Next up it’s our senior political analyst Dan Mahaffee. Sec’y Nielsen is out at Homeland Security – and there are implications beyond just the border. The Mueller investigation has had its first leaks, but is everyone just sick of it now? The cracks are beginning to show in the Democratic party between the moderates and the progressives. Dan takes us through DC – the gift that keeps on giving.
We have a special third segment. We keep hearing that doing business in China is different. We have a guest who knows first hand what doing business in China means: Chris Campbell, a Director of Yum Brands China. He was the architect of the spinoff of Yum China and they now employ 450,000 in China. Chris talks about their business model and how they navigate government regulations.
It’s The FarrCast: Wall Street, Washington, and The World
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