Nomi has been featured in hundreds of TV and online media over the years and is a frequent guest on programs ranging from PBS, CNBC, Fox Business, Bloomberg, CSPAN, the BBC, and more. Her analysis and acclaimed insights have been highlighted in Netflix documentaries and even international specials stretching from Korea to the Netherlands and beyond. Below are some of of the recent highlights with Nomi.
Fed’s Stimulus Directed Into Markets, Not the Real Economy
(August 23, 2021) Live from London, Nomi speaks with CNBC International to discuss the latest from the Federal Reserve and its Jackson Hole gathering for 2021. So, where has all the Fed driven stimulus gone? Nomi offers a clear answer (Spoiler: Wall Street). Source: CNBC Squawk Box Europe
Why the Disconnect Between the Real Economy and the Markets Matters
(August 22, 2021) Nomi joins Charles Payne at Fox Business together with Danielle DiMartino Booth to discuss the latest from Federal Reserve's chair Jay Powell on inflation and inequality - and what it means for the economy in the months ahead. Source: Fox Business
The Banks Are in Bed With the Fed
(June 30, 2021) Together with Daniela Cambone at Stansberry Research, Nomi explores the flaws and blind spots in the Federal Reserve's latest "stress test" of the biggest banks on Wall Street. Discover what the Fed's latest green light to the mega banks could mean for the financial markets and more. Source: Stansberry Research
Korean Broadcasting System: The Rise of Wall Street and Central Banks
(June 24, 2021) Nomi Prins returns to Wall Street on The National Public Broadcaster of South Korea to discuss what's unfolded since the 2008 global financial crisis and why the economic crisis of 2020 triggered by Covid-19 saw central banks flex their powers even more. Source: Korean Broadcasting System
When Will The Housing Market Crash?
(May 5, 2021) Google searches are ridiculously for questions like "when will the housing market crash" so that normal, everyday people can maybe afford housing again soon. Nomi joins John Iadarola and Cenk Uygur to discuss what's unfolding in the housing market, the economy and private equity. Source: The Young Turks
War of the Financial Worlds – Rich Dad Network With Kim Kiyosaki
(April 27, 2021) Nomi joins Kim Kiyosaki to take a deep dive on how the Fed-inflated assets grow relative to real ones, and how it furthers the inequality gap in America. The conversation covers what the post-pandemic market will look like and how you can prepare for what’s ahead. Source: The Rich Dad Network
Nomi + Boston Public Library on the Financial Recovery in a Post-Pandemic World
(April 16, 2021) Nomi joined Boston Public Library (BPL) President David Leonard to discuss her years of experience writing about the fallout of the 2007-08 global financial crisis and how it informs the way we will pull ourselves out of economic difficulties created by the pandemic. The discussion delves into how the world continues to face the financial complexities and dynamics made more difficult by the COVID-19 crisis. Source: Boston Public Library
Here’s What the Fed’s Policy Decision Means for Inflation and Wall Street
(March 17, 2021) While on Charles Payne’s Fox Business show, Nomi takes a deep dive on the Fed's latest FOMC meeting and what it means for inflation, Wall Street and policy guidance for the coming years. Here's why you should follow Chairman Powell's actions and not just the talking points from the latest FOMC. Source: Fox Business
What Role Does the Fed Play In Economic Imbalances and Income Inequality?
(January 27, 2021) Nomi joined Charles Payne’s Fox Business show to discuss the latest FOMC meeting and what's next for the Fed policy going forward. What role does the Fed play in income inequality and how might they correct course? Tune in! Source: Fox Business
A War of the Financial Worlds
(January 20, 2021) In an interview with Daniela Cambone, Nomi explains that the Federal Reserve has been overstepping its boundaries since 2008. The question is, can it be tamed and how? The former Wall Street banker weighs in on the bitcoin clampdown from HSBC and other regulatory bodies. Source: Stansberry Research