Claman on Call: What Do LeBron James and Maria Shriver Have in Common?


It was the last trading session of the month, and it was the best month for the Dow Jones Industrial Average since January 2013, with Goldman Sachs, Visa and Walt Disney accounting for almost one-third of the Dow's 968-point gain in February. The S&P 500 had its best month in more than three years, with consumer discretionary and technology leading the gains in February.

What do LeBron James and Maria Shriver have in common? They are both investors in Blaze Pizza. This Chipotle-like pizza studio has spread like wildfire, opening one new location every five days. Blaze Pizza President Jim Mizes and Blaze Pizza investor and renown Hollywood producer John Davis joined FBN to discuss the company's success.

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And it's the letter read round the world: In less than 24 hours, Warren Buffett, the Oracle of Omaha, will release his fiftieth annual shareholder letter. FBN has learned that this letter would include not only the input from his right hand man Charles Munger, but also some clues about who might lead Berkshire after Buffett finally retires. We talked to two men who know Buffett best -- head to to see what these authors have to say about the letter.

Now, here's what you need to watch for next week: Monday, we get both PMI and ISM numbers. Tuesday, light vehicle sales come out -- a huge economic indicator. Wednesday, ADP and Beige Book data. Thursday, we get weekly jobless claims. And Friday, we get February employment numbers.

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