Barry Ritholtz

Fusion IQ

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CEO and Director of Equity Research for Fusion IQ, an asset management firm, and blogger at The Big Picture; author of the forthcoming Bailout Nation: How Easy Money Corrupted Wall Street and Shook the World Economy

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Former chief executive Bill Clinton has been campaigning for current President Barack Obama, but Clinton's latest comment on the economy might not help Obama in the November election.

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