What’s happening in South Florida? Looks like Dan Frishberg – the self-proclaimed “Money Man” is taking his show on the road seeking a new audience and perhaps one that isn’t as familiar with his financial shenanigans as the folks who lost millions in the Houston – Dallas, TX markets.
Most in TX know that Dan Frishberg’s side kick – Al Kaleta is in dutch with the SEC and banned from his role in investment advice and BizRadio. Likewise, Dan Frishberg’s DFFS (Dan Frishberg Financial Services) was “sold” to Barrington Financial (what some have described as a straw puppet for Frishberg’s investment work) – yet DFFS is under the purview of the SEC Receiver Tom Taylor. Many questions have been raised as to those (DFFS) assets. And yes, Frishberg himself is subject to SEC scrutiny.
So below is a new release which appeared on November 19th. See comments below:
MIAMI – One of the brightest voices in financial and investment strategies in America will soon be heard on South Florida’s only all business radio station, The Biz, at 880 on the AM radio dial.
ONE OF THE BRIGHTEST VOICES – really? The subject to an SEC investigation and millions of dollars in investor losses makes one a “Bright Voice?”
Daniel Frishberg, principal of is well known to viewers of CNBC and Fox Business News, as a frequent commentator on Wall Street and global investing, having appeared more than 5 times on such programs as “Closing Bell with Maria Bartiromo” on CNBC and Your World With Neil Cavuto on Fox since 2003. Starting Nov. 1, Miamians will be able to get the same up-to-the-minute strategic advice in the comfort of their cars on the way to work. So why should they? Listen to “Radio Wall Street: The MoneyMan Report”? Because Dan Frishberg is a unique voice in the world of financial commentary and analysis.
I will be the first to say that I may be wrong, but it seems that most of the claimed fame happened before the world found out the truth about Dan. Truth is Dan has yet to be transparent regarding his financial dealings with DFFS, BizRadio and his RIA association with Barrington. Perhaps many would have a different opinion if you – DAN – would come out of the closet and share the truth about the funds of BizRadio and how you are going to make restitution to what appear to be defrauded investors.
For instance, he says people are “drowning in statistics, data, and numbers”. In theory, he says, the 24/7 reporting of the latest market data would help people made better, more timely decisions about how and where to invest or how to use their resources. But in the years since they started getting constant reports on employment, manufacturing, and GDP, he notes, most Americans have actually lost ground.
“Data is worth very little,” says Frishberg. “That’s the inescapable conclusion. When you know what everybody else knows, you know nothing. Insight, vision and strategy make you rich.” Dan Frishberg has become famous for his ability to gather, analyze it and draw useful conclusions from the flood of data, distilling it into advice that helps people make good investment decisions. Strategic investing is not really rocket science but even the engineers and scientists in Cocoa Beach need timely advice to do it right.
Some of the most famous and successful investors and strategists on the planet join Dan every morning, offering his listeners their best ideas – spotting major turning points, identifying short term moves and options trades. These are people who have made their fortunes and their reputations by recognizing that there is a play for every situation and knowing which ones to make.
This might be interesting or certainly make for an interesting show – Dan why don’t you address the BizRadio fiasco. Perhaps a call in show for the world to hear might be appropriate and one that would get great ratings as I know the calls would be lined up from scamed investors who want some serious answers.
Regular listeners to “Radio Wall Street” hear from financial reporters like CNBC’s Mark Haines and Maria Bartaromo, Fox Business Channel’s Neil Cavuto, Jenna Lee and Cody Willard; investment strategists Jon Najarian, Jack Bouroudjian, and Herb Greenberg. Economists and strategists Dr. Arthur Laffer, Dr. John Rutledge, former Fed vice-chairman Alice Rivlin and Robert Reich, Bill Clinton’s secretary of labor, captains of industry like Steve Forbes and Jack Welch all come on the air with Dan Frishberg. They don’t just stop by when they have a book to tout. They take the time to open up, so “The Money Man Report” audience gets to hear what they really think. They come on his show because they respect his track record of seeing the trends before they become conventional wisdom and they enjoy talking with a man who really gets what’s going on in the global financial and business markets.
Dan Frishberg literally grew up on Wall Street, learning the ins and outs of the market from his grandfather on visits to the Stock Exchange floor as a child. He spent three years as a Marine machine gunner, learning discipline, then came home to work his way through college trading silver contracts.
In almost twenty years of broadcasting he has had the great good fortune to become friends with most all of the most famous, successful, creative, gifted financial and economic strategists of our generation.
“Life isn’t fair,” Frishberg says, “and the best of us also get all the breaks. My gift was to have fallen into a life where I spent tens of thousands of hours practicing and learning, surrounded by the very best and brightest, and studying at the very highest levels from the trading floor at Goldman Sachs to the floor of the Chicago Merc.
The “best of us also get all the breaks.” That is a curious statement as it seems that the breaks have fallen Dan’s way and at the cost of millions for investors who would like to “catch a break!”
“Now my special gift is to use this unusual configuration of talents and skills with regular people who would never get near it any other way.”
“Radio Wall Street: The MoneyMan Report” airs from 8 am to 9 am daily [OR weekdays] on Miami’s THE BIZ 880 AM.
For an interview with Dan Frishberg contact:
Perhaps it would be appropriate to schedule an interview with Dan – maybe Pamela could set that up. Oh…and for my readers don’t think I haven’t tried. But of course, Dan’s far to smart than to give an interview to me – after all, I might ask some hard questions – questions he apparently doesn’t want to answer.
BUT IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS…SUBMIT THEM HERE AND I PROMISE I’LL TRY TO GET SOME ANSWERS.