To accommodate the new program, FBN will elminate a repeat airing of “Cavuto” that had been running at 8 p.m., and move the original telecast up to that hour from 6 p.m.
“There are money making opportunities behind every headline and each day I am going to debate and analyze these potential investments with the aim of helping viewers find their confidence in the markets and realize their long-term dreams and goals,” Payne said in a statement.
The show stems from Payne’s regular “Making Money” segments that currently appear throughout FBN’s market hours programming.
Each night, Payne will be joined by a panel of business and market experts to debate the headlines, give viewers an end-of-day wrap, and provide an insider’s look at tomorrow’s money makers.
Payne joined FBN as a contributor in 2007 and appears across the network and Fox News Channel. He began his career on Wall Street as an analyst at E.F. Hutton in 1985. In 1991, he founded Wall Street Strategies, an independent stock market research firm where he serves as chief executive officer and principal analyst. He published his first book entitled “Be Smart, Act Fast, Get Rich” in May 2007. He attended Minot State College and Central Texas College during his time in the United States Air Force.