My NYC Don’t Fall For It Media Tour

I made a quick two-day trip to New York City at the end of last week. I like to be as efficient as possible on these trips because it’s no fun being away from my family for too long.

Here’s what I packed into this one:

  • Caught up with my colleagues at our firm’s HQ overlooking the beautiful Bryant Park
  • Recorded 5 new podcasts, a handful of which were new Talk Your Book episodes on some interesting strategies that will be released in the coming weeks
  • Recorded a video with Barry and Michael about my book slated for The Compound
  • Ate a ridiculous amount of food because that’s what you do when visiting NYC
  • Caught a stand-up show at the Comedy Cellar, which never disappoints
  • Made two appearances on financial media programs to discuss financial fraud and my new book

I had a great time chatting with Jen Rogers and Myles Udland on The Final Round for Yahoo! Finance:

The next day I joined Scott Wapner and crew on CNBC’s Halftime Report:

CNBC also did a write-up on some of the main points covered in this appearance and in the book:

How to spot this bull market’s Madoff before they get your money (CNBC)

And just in case you missed it this weekend, here’s an excerpt from the book on one of my favorite con artists from this project:

The Man Who Tried to Sell the Eiffel Tower (Twice)

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