Media Appearance: The Kudlow Report



I will be appearing on The Kudlow Report tonight to debate with Wharton professor Jeremy Siegel whether stocks really are the best asset class for the long run. I will be on CNBC at 7:05 – 7:15 or so.

Recall over the weekend, I mentioned that Jeremy Siegel is not having a good year — which was a look at a WSJ article (Does Stock-Market Data Really Go Back 200 Years?) that challenged Siegel’s claims made in his book Stocks for the Long Run.

As we have seen, CDs beat Stocks from 1994-2009, and Bonds outperformed stocks from 1968-2009.

It will be my first time on since in about a year- – we will see if I can still mix it up with Larry the K.


UPDATE: July 13, 2009   9:21pm

Video is here


S&P500 vs CDs 1994-2008 July 7th, 2009

Stocks vs. Bonds (March 28th, 2009)

Does Stock-Market Data Really Go Back 200 Years?
Jason Zweig
WSJ, July 11, 2009

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