Robin Hood Sharing Ideas to Save Lives: Saltzman

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Nov. 21 (Bloomberg) -- David Saltzman, executive director at Robin Hood Foundation, previews the group’s first-ever investor conference and the money it will raise to aid New Yorkers who live in poverty. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Since 1989. why an investor conference now, years later?

All about higher returns.

800 people will gather here to hear from some of the best investors of all time.

They're going to raise more than $5 million to help the 1.8 million new yorkers who live in poverty.

Let's talk about who you have speaking today.

Only robin hood could bring together this lineup.

Larry summers, john griffin, today alone.

How to get this group together?

Why would they want to share their ideas?

They want to save lives.

This is a great way for them to use their expertise to help our neighbors in need.

They have the biggest hearts and the biggest mines.

What should people expect to get out of a day like this?

They're going to get some of the best tips they have ever had and the knowledge and satisfaction that they have saved lives.

David i learned -- david nine warned -- david einhorn -- what does he say?

Time to put our business to work.

A group came together and said let's throw the mother of all investors conference is to save some lives.

That is why we are here today.

How hard was the stupid together?

It was easy.

Today you're sitting down tim diner and larry summers at one table.

What is the goal?

If you look to the market, all people needed to do was buy it.

Things are getting more consultative.

Is the take away that people want to know what the landscape is going to be in the year ahead?

I think that is right.

They want to hear war stories.

They want to hear what happened in washington over the past few years.

How about your moderators?

Do we want to have an inside look about how big guys like this think and talk to one another?

I think you are to peer interviews are rare and special things.

-- i think peer to peer interviews are rare and special things.

I am going to be sitting down and i will be sharing my interview with our viewers.

Good luck raising money.

Alix steel, i am going to be covering this live, all day.

You want to stay right here on bloomberg tv.

I am jealous.

You have the best seat in the house, all day.

We're looking forward to that.

Larry summers is coming up with stephanie from the conference at 9:20 a.m. you do not want to miss it.

It should be a great interview.

We're going to move onto another great interview.

What do you think, moe, about what we see -- we talk about a tech bubble all the time.

You cannot base them on profit

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