Posts filed under “Financial Press”

Max Keiser compilation – April 24-25 2009

Compilation of clips from Max Keiser’s news appearances for 24 & 25 April to discuss: the New Revolution in France as boss-nappings are all the rage and the G7 finance ministers meeting in Washington DC

Category: Bailouts, Financial Press, Video

The King Report

> Today – SPMs are down 14.60 in Sunday night trading because Obama’s chief economic adviser, Larry Summers, asserted while appearing on Fox News Sunday, that the economic freefall is over but, “I expect the economy will continue to decline… [with] sharp declines in employment for quite some time this year.” (Reuters) • “The anticipation…Read More

Category: Bailouts, BP Cafe, Financial Press, Markets, Think Tank

Afternoon Linkfest

Let’s revisit the old linkfest days: • U.S. Is Said to Prepare Filing for Chrysler Bankruptcy (New York Times) See also Who killed Chrysler? (Fortune) •  Mr. Geithner Flexes Muscles: The Treasury Secretary Tells Investment Banks Government Is in Charge That was seen Tuesday in his disabusing the Street’s investment banks from the idea that…Read More

Category: Current Affairs, Financial Press, Markets

The Power of “The Daily Show”

Yesterday, I had a lunch meeting about Bailout Nation with the folks at Borders HQ in Detroit was quite interesting. I was over-caffeinated, and essentially babbled away for 2 hours. I did manage to remember to ask a few questions, and learned quite a bit. It was an education for me in a real “Art…Read More

Category: Bailout Nation, Bailouts, Financial Press, Television

Financial Pugilism and Offbeat Analysis

Proinsias O’Mahony: “Blogs have gone from being eccentric postings to become essential financial reading: SOME OF the savviest and most in-depth analysis of the global banking crisis has come from the financial blogosphere. Luminaries like Nouriel Roubini, Nobel economist Paul Krugman and former IMF chief economist Simon Johnson are all active bloggers while equally valuable…Read More

Category: Financial Press, Media, Weblogs

Money Magazine: Best Money-related Bloggers

From Money Magazine: They rank four “standout financial blogs” in terms of being the are the most informative (and entertaining) financial blogs on the Web. > Cowen DeLong Kedrosky Ritholtz > I can’t speak for the other bloggers, but I think my picture may be actionable . . . > Source: Best money-related bloggers MONEY…Read More

Category: Financial Press, Media, Weblogs

Magic Bank Profits

“Although perfectly legal, this move is also perfectly delusional, because some day soon these assets will be written down to their fair value, and it won’t be pretty.” -Steven Roth, professor of management at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, on Bank of America’s earnings fraud > We been discussing how many of…Read More

Category: Bailouts, Earnings, Financial Press

Mad Money on the Simpsons?

Cramer references on the Simpsons?

Millhouse’s dad yells at Cramer ?!?  That has to be some sort of cultural jumping the shark sign of the Apocalypse.

Or maybe, its the peak of Cramer bashing . . .

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Go to the 3:54 minute mark

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Thanks, Pete.

Category: Contrary Indicators, Financial Press, Psychology, Television, Video

Financial Bloggers Gain Recognition Amid Turmoil

I have a few good quotes in this piece: “While bloggers sometimes get bad reputations for ranting and raving from the sidelines, it’s hard to question the credentials of some renowned bloggers, such as Princeton economist Paul Krugman, last year’s Nobel Prize winner, and the notoriously bearish New York University economist Nouriel Roubini. “Blogs have…Read More

Category: Financial Press, Media, Weblogs

1934 Chicago Tribune Cartoon

Cartoon from 1934 Chicago Tribune: The circle of history continues: (Why do these themes all sound so familiar?) > > Thanks, Dunk!

Category: Bailouts, Financial Press, Humor