A heads up: I’ll be appearing on on Fox Saturday (Bulls & Bears @ 10:00am EST).

The topics will be the Corporate Scandals (Ken Lay and Martha Stewart), the Presidential Elections. Once again, this is a full half hour show, so the goal is to spit out more than a snappy soundbite.

In addition to the usual segments, I’ll be going head to head with Gary B. Smith on The Chartman Segment.

Should be fun . . .

UPDATE — while researching the show, I came across this interesting site: Bulls & Bears

Category: Media

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2 Responses to “Media Appearence: Bulls & Bears (7/17/04)”

  1. Anne says:

    “In an inflationary environment, the hidden value-related pitfall for investors is that as earnings – or “e” in the “p/e” equation – go up, the ratio itself goes down, just as any fraction does when its denominator increases.”

    Dear Barry,

    Please explain this comment further.

    Thanks, Anne

  2. Anne says:

    The bulls and bears site by the way is out of date.