Jared Dillian in the Media

Explore a curated selection of Jared Dillian's media appearances, including insightful interviews, articles, and features. Discover his expert analysis on financial markets, economic trends, and investment strategies, and stay updated with his latest contributions to the world of finance.


Michelle Makori, Lead Anchor and Editor-in-Chief at Kitco News, interviews Jared Dillian, Author of 'No Worries' and Editor of The Daily Dirtnap, who sees gold outperforming Bitcoin in a year of geopolitical mayhem. Dillian weighs in on the current state of the U.S. economy, surging national debt, inflation, and the next steps by the Federal Reserve. He also shares insights on his approach to a stress-free financial life, as discussed in his book 'No Worries: How to Live a Stress-Free Financial Life.'

The Daily Dirtnap editor Jared Dillian reacts to rising crime and provides insight on the stock market on 'Making Money.'

Mark Smith, Erin Gibbs and Jared Dillian analyze the state of the economy on 'Making Money.'


Jared Dillian unpacks urgent economic realities and what they mean for your financial future.

There are different philosophies one can have when it comes to money. Jared Dillian’s is built around eliminating as much anxiety around it as possible, so you hardly think about money at all.

On today's show, Ben Carlson and Michael Batnick are joined by Jared Dillian to discuss his new book No Worries: How To Live a Stress-Free Financial Life. Jared is the editor of The Daily Dirtnap, a daily market newsletter for investment professionals.

Former Wall Street trader Jared Dillian is back to discuss the Fed, a better way to manage money, and his latest book, No Worries: How to Live a Stress-Free Financial Life.

Jared Dillian, Editor and Publisher of The Daily Dirtnap, discusses his book No Worries: How To Live a Stress-Free Financial Life. Hosts: Carol Massar and Tim Stenovec. Producer: Paul Brennan.

On this episode of the WTFinance podcast I had the pleasure of speaking with Jared Dillian - a writer, author, DJ, and speaker. During our conversation we spoke about why a recession is inevitable, whether a FED pivot is imminent, how this will impact bond prices, how to be financially successful and more. I hope you enjoy!

Jared Dillian, Editor of The Daily Dirtnap, discusses what's next for markets and the assets that are likely to perform well for the remainder of the year.

U.S. equities tumble towards their worst decline since March as bond yields rise to 16-year highs. Jared Dillian, editor of the Daily Dirtnap newsletter, joins Maggie Lake to discuss today's market turbulence, why investors keep getting the bond trade all wrong, and what's really happening under the hood of the economy.

Jared Dillian, publisher of The Daily Dirtnap, joins Jack to argue that European energy inflation will not, as many believe, cause an economic crisis. Instead, Dillian contends that, no matter the long-term consequences, governments will find solutions to the energy shortage such as price caps on commodity prices, which Dillian says will “crush” speculators. Dillian shares his framework for evaluating investor sentiment in order to discern the mood of the market and identify ideal turning points to take on contrarian positions.

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Jared Dillian bucks the conventional wisdom by arguing that novice investors should try timing the markets at least once in their lives.


Sometimes everyday life can tell you more about the economy than experts at the Federal Reserve or the Bureau of Labor Statistics. To Jared Dillian, author of The Daily Dirtnap, signs that the economy is slowing down are all around. In fact, he believes a recession is imminent…

Don’t assume that owning a home is always better. In some circumstances and for some people, renting is the better choice

Negative real interest rates are the cause of everything that is wrong with the world

Jared Dillian wanted to break up with Corporate America while still having an open relationship with Wall Street. He had flirted with the idea of producing a stock market newsletter for years, but the timing never seemed right. Until one day — timing chose him.