Steve Eisman, of 'The Big Short' fame, weighs in on the next big short

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Steve Eisman, of 'The Big Short' fame, weighs in on the next big short 5
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Steve Eisman, Neuberger Berman portfolio manager, looks at bank earnings and the next big short. With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Karen Finerman, Dan Nathan and Guy Adami.


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This is like watching a professor talk to a room of primary school teachers.

Author — Joey Gee

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Funny how they dont interupt this guy, cause he's got a movie of how right he is.

Author — Ryan Danger

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Imagine this guy now...he must be like. "HEY!, HEY!, I SAY WHEN WE SELL!"

Author — Daniel Hřebík

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you can tell how much respect he has by how silent everyone is here. they're usually all talking over each other..

Author — climaxhubbard

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"QE is monetary policy for rich people." Brilliant...

Author — Marty Chargin

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Refreshing to see a guy, especially one as smart as he clearly is, admit there are things he doesn’t know .

Author — jallalabadreturns

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"What makes rates go up in QE is beyond my pay grade." Someone give this guy a raise, we gotta figure this shit out.

Author — Happy Cakes

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This is actually one of the most "normal" conversation I've seen on CNBC, not people shouting and trying to raise voice altogether or cut off other people's talking.

Author — Felix Cheng

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Eisman should have his own show. His brutality is like a clear fresh glass of water!

Author — John Culhane

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A BIG Thank You to Steve Eisman for at least mentioning how unfair the current system is to conservative savers who have chosen not to rely primarily on the manipulated markets as they try to plan responsibly for the long run / surprise expenses.

Author — GMac5409

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“When you are right, speak slowly, don’t shout” to all the listeners

Author — Chung Lee

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Steve must be soo bored of being asked 'what's the next big short'

Author — Trader Barry

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A rare occurrence that Americans are not talking over each other and listening for a change

Author — Skifast

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A really sharp guy on CNBC, what's happening????

Author — Pavel Polyakov

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The body language of these anchors seems so weird. Are they scared of him ?

Author — Keith N

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"Still short Tesla" Ouch!!!!

Author — Gippo50

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Lol Eisman should have just played himself in the movies

Author — jooky87

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I followed his shorts now im living under a bridge, thanks dude.

Author — pierrelarouge

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It’s surprising to see how the conversation go smoothly, normally they just yell at each other

Author — Ben W

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Short on Tesla. Uff, that must have hurt since October.

Author — David Scholz