The Cost of Freedom

: "For the song "Find the Cost of Freedom" by Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, see Four Way Street".Infobox Television
show_name = The Cost of Freedom

caption = "The most powerful business block on cable news"
genre = Business analysis programming
camera = Multi-camera
picture_format = 480i NTSC
runtime = 120 minutes (4 programs)
presenter = Brenda Buttner, Neil Cavuto, David Asman, Terry Keenan
country = flag|United States
location = New York City
language = English
network = Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network
first_aired = 2001
last_aired = present
related = "Bulls & Bears", "Cavuto on Business", "Forbes on Fox", "Cashin' In"
website =

"The Cost of Freedom" is an American business program block on the Fox News Channel, which runs from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. ET Saturdays and 4:00 to 6:00 a.m. ET Mondays and several times throughout the weekend on sister network Fox Business Network. The block consists of:
* "Bulls & Bears", hosted by Brenda Buttner;
* "Cavuto on Business", hosted by Neil Cavuto;
* "Forbes on Fox", hosted by David Asman; and
* "Cashin' In", hosted by Terry Keenan.The different shows have a number of different business analysts, some of which are exclusive to specific shows while others rotate between the shows (except for "Forbes on Fox", which will feature a guest analyst on its "Makers and Breakers" segment, but not one from the rotating list).

Regular and Guest Analysts

Bulls & Bears

* Gary B. Smith, Exemplar Capital managing partner (known as "The Chartman" for his use of stock charts to determine future stock performance)
* Tobin Smith, ChangeWave Research editor
* Scott Bleier, president
* Pat Dorsey, director of stock research

Cavuto on Business

* Ben Stein, author and TV personality
* Jim Rogers, author of "Hot Commodities" and co-founder of the Quantum Fund
* Gregg Hymowitz, Entrust Capital founder
* Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric (Welch is not a regular analyst but his guest appearances are exclusive to this show)

Forbes on Fox

* Neil Weinberg, "Forbes" senior editor
* Elizabeth MacDonald, "Forbes" senior editor
* Jim Michaels, "Forbes" editorial vice president
* Quentin Hardy, "Forbes" Silicon Valley bureau chief
* Steve Forbes, "Forbes" editor-in-chief
* John Rutledge, "Forbes" contributor
* Victoria Barret, "Forbes" associate editor
* Bill Baldwin, "Forbes" editor
* Mike Ozanian, "Forbes" editor
* Lea Goldman, "Forbes" associate editor

Cashin' In

* Wayne Rogers, Wayne Rogers & Company (and former actor)
* Jonathan Hoenig, Capitialistpig Asset Management
* Jonas Max Ferris,
* Dagen McDowell, Fox Business Network anchor (McDowell will also appear on other shows from time to time, often as guest host)

Rotating Guest Analysts

* Danielle Hughes, Divine Capital Markets CEO
* Tom Adkins, RE/MAX Fairlawn agent and former head of Common Conservatives
* Charles Payne, CEO of Wall Street Strategies
* Meredith Whitney, executive director at CIBC World Markets
* John Layfield, WWE personality currently with Northeast Securities
* Bob Froehlich, chairman of Investor Strategy at Scudder Investments
* Gary Kaltbaum, president of Kaltbaum & Associates
* Steve Malzberg, Syndicated Radio Host
* Herman Cain, author
* Mike Norman, Syndicated Radio Host known as "The Economic Contrarian"
* Lenny Dykstra, former Major League Baseball player and columnist for


on Fox Business Network a Short Show During TCOF every weekend called "Money Break",Hosted by Tracy Intelligent on this seguments with reporters (Anna Gilligan,Kathryn Glass,and Kristin Scotti all from Fox Business website)

External links

* [ "The Cost of Freedom" on]
* [,2933,182051,00.html About "The Cost of Freedom" on]
* [ "", tracking stock picks made on "The Cost of Freedom"]

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