Big Picture Conference Video

  • Don’t trust this rally?
  • Wonder what’s still lurking in the credit markets?
  • Can’t figure out where the financial reform went?
  • Still Don’t Trust the Financial Media?

There are answers and insights to all of these questions in The Big Picture Conference Video.

It’s now available online here.

Watch any of the 5 individual presentations with Q&A for $19.99

or the entire 6 hours of video for $69.99.

The Big Picture Conference Video

Category: Markets

Please use the comments to demonstrate your own ignorance, unfamiliarity with empirical data and lack of respect for scientific knowledge. Be sure to create straw men and argue against things I have neither said nor implied. If you could repeat previously discredited memes or steer the conversation into irrelevant, off topic discussions, it would be appreciated. Lastly, kindly forgo all civility in your discourse . . . you are, after all, anonymous.

12 Responses to “What You’ve Been Waiting For”

  1. TrickStar says:

    If we weren’t in a deflationary period, I’d definitely buy at that price!

  2. Aeolus says:

    When does it go on sale half-off?

  3. Ducky62 says:

    Is there a torrent yet?

  4. broker1 says:

    Why is this paid? Don’t your readers compensate you enough with all the advertising revenue you receive from your ads on the right sidebar, on top and in between posts?

  5. seobook says:

    Maybe Barry wanted to filter out cheap asses.

    Seems like price can be effective at doing that.

    But if anything Barry probably set the price too low. If he charged twice as much I am sure he would still sell nearly just as many and have way more profit.

  6. bruerr says:

    Not cheap asses, just people who do not realize, yet, that Barry might employ some quality at The Big Picture Conferences, and the price though understated, represents an effort to collect leadership together, which is reliable, well spoken, smart and then – stimulates plain discussion about important events of our time:

    * Don’t trust this rally? (Fed injections at nausea. Similar to nausea steroid abusers experience.)

    * Wonder what’s still lurking in the credit markets? (More freak-show deception.)

    * Can’t figure out where the financial reform went? (More freak-show on exhibit, care of GS.)

    * Still Don’t Trust the Financial Media? (More freak-show deception, Leisman loves steroid users.)

    Nix my comments in parenthesis, the above are questions Barry attempts to answer everyday. What you get in conference discussion is meaningful conversational flows between people who are in a position to help bring about meaningful change. There is value there.

    Have to be somewhat respectful, because you know Barry is not going to go through this effort and work, and then fail to hire a decent production agency. They have to lug in equipment and put together sequence notes, plan further, assemble a set, get the sound correct and hang lighting, etc … can’t always film indoors without bringing in light, camera lenses are not always as perfect as human eye sight. Have to be mindful here and respectful, heed some developed ideas of how to film and produce, otherwise it may not come across in the correct way.

    Barry is good with the blog. Not a small task. But filming is a different focus and this has to be respected because good producers do not always work pro bono. It would be nice it they did, for these are trying times.

    All that said, if you are not in a position to purchase videos, simply relax a piece. And by all means, just keep reading because as I mention above, Barry answers similar and more complex questions every day in his routine of posts.

  7. bruerr says:

    Note to Barry: You have some good content. Keep in mind that firms who might want to counter, will purchase material so to better prepare their opposition. Were this the end goal, not intended, some thought is warranted. I am sure you have considered this. Just would hate for good content to be “captured” (as in regulatory capture) by the wrong people (who got benefit from bailout funds and have also parleyed that tax payer money into the hands of policy writers, for their own benefit – a sick practice if you think about it, but they did have a re-write of regulatory law done in record time through various D.C. based agencies. Hard to think about lobbyists and dishonest “consultants” getting the benefit of fund pass-throughs, but then again, it is large banks who Paulson gave money to, with no conditions, and he also wanted it so there would be no recourse – which is a beacon indicating bad work product is about to burn a hole in your head. If you give a crook a license to abuse others, he will most certainly, abuse others … serve out neglect with abuse, like you have never seen before in your lifetime and hope to never see again in your life time – 100 years flood, no joke – the worst corruption in the last hundred years, going back well before depression.)

    All this to say Barry, please be merciful to my brethren: In good time, not withheld from those who might be thirsty, as in a parched desert.

    These are trying times.

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