Adam Sarhan on CBS Evening News 06.21.14 Starbucks Price Hike

Why are coffee prices rising?

|Drought in Brazil and a fungus called “coffee rust” that’s devastating some of the best coffee bean crops in Latin America and the Caribbean are thought to be the reasons for the rise in coffee prices worldwide. Jill Wagner reports.

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Adam Sarhan on CNBC's Closing Bell 5.21.12

Note: We’ve had a ton of great feedback on the 2nd clip (below)!

1. Starting at 4:45min- When I asked Maria  if she would put her money in European Banks? I meant- would she deposit her personal savings in a European bank? She thought I was asking if she would invest her money in European bank stocks.

2. The very end of the video was cut off. After Bill thanked Adam for coming on and said they introduced me but didn’t use me. Maria jumped in and said, “Well, Adam made the best point earlier about what’s going on in Europe actually. I’m glad we got a little of that on the heels of the G8.” – Shown Below:


CNBC: Ray Dalio's $87B Worth of Advice

Airtime: Thurs. Mar. 3 2011 | 8:45 AM ET
Ray Dalio, founder & CIO of Bridgewater Associates, runs the world’s largest hedge fund with $89 billion under management, returning more for the fund’s investors last year than Google, Amazon, Yahoo and eBay combined.

The Reagan Legacy

Airtime: Thurs. Nov. 4 2010 | 7:49 PM ET
It’s been 30 years since the election of Ronald Reagan. A look at the “Gipper’s” legacy, with Steven Hayward, American Enterprise Institute, and CNBC’s Larry Kudlow.

Expect Solid Earnings Growth in 2011

Airtime: Thurs. Nov. 4 2010 | 7:45 PM ET
The environment for a cyclical bull market is in place, says Ajay Kapur, head of equity strategy, Asia at Deutsche Bank. However, he tells CNBC’s Martin Soong and Bernard Lo that this is risky entry point for investors.

GOP vs. Fed

Airtime: Thurs. Nov. 4 2010 | 11:32 AM ET
The fight is now between Republicans and their deficit-cutting policy and the Fed and its stimulus policy, reports CNBC’s Eamon Javers.