Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Alec Young

In my second interview with the International Equity Strategist for Standard and Poors we discussed the S&P economic outlook, the rebound in global trade, the advised investment focus on global cyclical leadership, and risks of an economic double dip.

The length of the interview is 12 minutes 05 seconds.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Don Rissmiller

My third interview with the Chief Economist at Strategas Research Partners focused on my bifurcated earnings outcome, the US employment situation, the political dynamics of 2010, the dual exit strategies of monetary and fiscal policy, and the inevitability that the deficit bill will come due, among other topics.

The length of the interview is 17 minutes 16 seconds.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

V - TV on

My segment begins at the 4:30 mark.

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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Phil Roth, CMT

It's always good to check in with the Wall Street veteran and Chief Market Technical Analyst for Miller + Tabak, who stills sees an absence of public and traditional institutional investor participation in the equity markets, no trend divergences to signal a major market decline ahead, recognition that a 10% correction can materialize without warning, expectation that gold can double or triple from current levels, and a country, sector, and style outlook.

The length of the interview is 13 minutes 48 seconds.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

David Rosenberg

"Hope always seems to spring eternal in liquidity-driven financial markets. That is very much the case today in the aftermath of the biggest liquidity injection in modern history." So wrote Stephen Roach, Chairman, Morgan Stanley Asia in today's FT. And liquidity is where my interview with David Rosenberg, Chief Economist and Strategist with Gluskin Sheff & Associates begins. We go on to discuss the state of the global consumer and new frugality, the continuing process of deleveraging, the probabilities of top line growth, and asset valuations, among other timely topics.

The length of the interview is 14 minutes 55 seconds.

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Tuesday, October 6, 2009

New Delhi TV tonight

Haven't had your fill of Vinny the short term bear, then tune in to New Delhi TV at 9:30 PM (eastern) tonight.

Bloomberg radio today

Vinny the short term bear takes his views to Bloomberg radio's Taking Stock with Pimm Fox at 4:00 (ET) today, if you're so inclined.

Friday, October 2, 2009

CNBC Today

Vinny the short term bear returns to CNBC's "The Call" at 11:10 AM (eastern), if you're so inclined.

Note: Make sure to watch until the end when you will hear a new investment phrase.