The Cost of Freedom

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For the song "Find the Cost of Freedom" by Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, see Four Way Street.
The Cost of Freedom
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"The most powerful business block on cable news"
Genre Business analysis programming
Presented by Dagen McDowell
Neil Cavuto
David Asman
Eric Bolling
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Location(s) New York City
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 120 minutes (4 programs)
Release
Original network Fox News Channel
Fox Business Network
Picture format 480i NTSC (SD), 720p (HD)
Original release 2001 – present
Chronology
Related shows Bulls & Bears
Cavuto on Business
Forbes on Fox
Cashin' In
External links
Website www.foxnews.com/freedom

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 several times throughout the weekend on sister network Fox Business Network, while a short seguments called Money Break air on FBN during weekend programming. The block consists of:

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).

On some weeks, the block may air live as one two-hour show if a big news or business-related story breaks out during the week. These special editions of The Cost Of Freedom are hosted by Cavuto or Asman if the former is not available.

The Cost of Freedom business block began broadcasting in 720p HD on October 3, 2009.

Bulls & Bears

   Gary B. Smith, Exemplar Capital managing partner
   Tobin Smith, ChangeWave Research editor
   Scott Bleier, HybridInvestors.com president
   Pat Dorsey, Morningstar.com director of stock research

Cavuto on Business The set for Your World

   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)
   Dagen McDowell, Fox Business Network anchor and correspondent
   Jared A Levy, author, TV personality, Managing Partner at Belpointe
   Charles Payne, host of Making Money with Charles Payne on the Fox Business Network

Forbes on Fox

   Neil Weinberg, Forbes senior editor
   Liz MacDonald, Forbes senior editor and Fox Business Network contributor
   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 editor

Cashin' In

   Wayne Rogers, Wayne Rogers & Company (and former actor)
   Jonathan Hoenig, Capitialist Hedge Fund LLC (and outspoken supporter of pro-capitalism views)
   Jonas Max Ferris, MAXfunds.com

Rotating Guest Analysts

   Danielle Hughes, Divine Capital Markets president
   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 "Bradshaw" Layfield, WWE personality and noted successful stock-market investor
   Bob Froehlich, chairman of Investor Strategy at Scudder Investments
   Gary Kaltbaum, president of Kaltbaum & Associates
   Steve Malzberg, Syndicated Radio Host
   Chris Lahiji, President of DailyTrends.com


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