Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Vinny on NPR

Today's National Public Radio interview touched on the Fed's rate cut, the stock market's reaction, and reasons why stocks are likely headed higher over the near term.

To listen to the 3 minute 25 second NPR interview, click here

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Vinny on NPR

My latest National Public Radio interview (conducted Friday, October 24) included the investor migration from credit crisis to economic crisis, circuit breakers, and the implications on stocks due to mutual fund redemptions and lines of credit.

To listen to the 8 minute 45 second NPR interview, click here

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Liz Ann Sonders

My conversation with Charles Schwab's Chief Investment Strategist includes a consumer-led recession call, thoughts on the lasting consequences of the credit crisis (most notably deleveraging), and sector weightings.

The length of the interview is 12 minutes 45 seconds.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Vinny Catalano on NPR

The folks over at National Public Radio noticed my blog posting of yesterday re the credit markets, Treasury yields, LIBOR, and the TED spread and conducted an interview with me on the topics.

The length of the interview is 12 minutes 2 seconds.

Note: To track the all-important TED spread, click here