I got tagged to do one of the weekend shows: Wall Street Journal Report With Maria Bartiromo.
Maria interviews Noah Blackstein and I about Market conditions, exit strategies, and what the rest of the year could look like. We also discuss Dell and Microsoft, given all the recent news on the two companies.
Its on repeatedly during the weekend on NBC and CNBC – 200 local markets at different times, and in some cities it may be on Fox or CBS. Here’s something I never thought I would type in my life: Check your local listings for time and channel.
In NYC, the Wall Street Journal Report is on early Saturday morning, Sunday at Noon on NBC4 (but the US Open will pre-empt it). And for cable fans, its on CNBC Sunday, June 18th at 7:30pm
The full schedule is here: NBC
UPDATE June 18, 2006 8:43am
So I watch the show, and yes, I am that fat — no diet/no gym til I get back from vacay after July 4th week. I want to lose at least 10 (modest goal). It comes right off my face.
The taping is in the studio where Cramer does Mad Money (the opposite half of the room).
The editing tightens things up a bit, but unfortunately removes the discussion we have on Dell, why former bull market leaders do not lead the next bull market, etc. Its too bad, cause I thought that was the best part of the discussion.
And speaking of how people look on TV — I am sitting next to Maria (who was nice as can be) before the taping, and whatever small beauty imperfections she may have are apparent (and I say this as a fat bastard with VERY flawed looks) — she has an aqualine nose, a scar on her mouth, she’s not particularly long legged.
But her eyes are gorgeous, and her full lips are beautiful. Sitting next to her, she looks pretty damned good. Then I look over at the monitor, and like an idiot, blurt out "Boy, does the camera loves you!" (She smiles)
The show rebroadcasts on Sunday nite at 7:30 on CNBC. >
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