Your World with Neil Cavuto

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Your World with Neil Cavuto
Genre Business News/Talk program
Presented by Neil Cavuto
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Location(s) New York City
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 60 minutes
Original network Fox News Channel
Picture format 480i NTSC (SD), 720p (HD)
Original release October 7, 1996 – present
External links

Your World with Neil Cavuto (written on-air as Your World Cavuto), which debuted as the Cavuto Business Report on the network's launch in 1996, is an American news and business television program appearing on Fox News Channel (FNC).

The nightly business wrap seen on most Fox Television Stations late newscasts is also under the Your World branding.

About the program[edit]

Cavuto interviewing Fred Thompson in October 2007

Hosted by Neil Cavuto, FNC's business news vice president, the program covers the latest breaking news and business stories of the day, in addition to giving analysis on how the stock market moved through the day. It also covers political stories, such as how political actions may affect the markets, in addition to analysis of the markets by a group of analysts from one of the Cost of Freedom business block programs.

Closing the program, the show has a commentary segment called "Common Sense", in which Neil gives his point of view on a news story of the day.

The program is broadcast live weekdays at 4pm ET.

Your World began broadcasting in 720p HD September 28, 2009. This HD conversion was part of FNC's network-wide switch to a 16:9 widescreen format on that day. Also on September 28, 2009, this program (which was one of the last existing weekday programs to convert to HD) debuted a new on-air look, along with new graphics and a then-new program logo.

Cost of Freedom Analysis[edit]

Every day, a segment of the show is dedicated to having analysis from one of the many different weekend Cost of Freedom business-block shows on the Fox News Channel. This may include people from, but not be limited to:

Bulls & Bears[edit]

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

Cavuto on Business[edit]

The set for Your World

Forbes on Fox[edit]

  • 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[edit]

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

Rotating Guest Analysts[edit]

  • 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


Paul Krugman writing in the New York Times used Cavuto as an example of a new breed of news anchor for whom "the formal rules and the codes of ethics that formerly prevented blatant partisanship are gone or ignored."[1]

Tobin Smith's severe conflicts of interest have been exposed in an investigative article by Think Finance, where stocks named on air and in Changewave's site were latter connected to Cornell Capital Partners, who was also the main financing party behind a company that named Tobin Smith as CIO (Turnaround Partners, Inc).[2]



  1. ^ Paul Krugman (2003-05-13). "The China Syndrome". New York Times. Retrieved 2006-08-24. 
  2. ^ Think Finance, "Tobin Smith's dark side" retrieved on 15 November 2007

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Shepard Smith Reporting
Fox News Channel
Weekday lineup

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Succeeded by
The Fox News Specialists