Posts filed under “Video”

The great deflation of Wall Street

Veteran journalist William Greider on the current financial crisis and what he calls “the great deflation of Wall Street.”

click for video


Bill Moyers
PBS, July 18, 2008

Category: Credit, Finance, Real Estate, Video

Faber: Strong Rebound Coming

If governments throw enough money at the system, a strong, near-term rally should happen, investor Marc Faber told CNBC. But if it fails to materialize, prepare for an unprecedented depression.

click for video

Category: Technical Analysis, Trading, Video


Recess Is On: Enjoy your Saturday night

(Warning: Video is rated “R” with a few F bombs)

Hat tip: The Stock Speculator

Category: Markets, Video

The Ascent of Money: Niall Ferguson

Night Talk: An Interview With Niall Ferguson

click for video

Category: Finance, Television, Video

Obama Taps Geithner for Treasury Secretary Position

NY Fed President Geithner Gets Vote of Confidence from Wall Street; Reaction with Christopher Rupkey of Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi; A Further In-Depth Look at Geithner’s Background

via Bloomberg

Category: Federal Reserve, Politics, Video

The Blame Game

With the markets melting down, everyone’s looking for someone to blame. Join Hoofy and Boo as they point a few fingers (and hooves) of their own.

If the embed video doesn’t show, go here

Category: Markets, Psychology, Video

Geithner’s Own Words on Financial Regulation

Click for video

via BLoomberg

Category: Bailouts, Federal Reserve, Video

Auto Bailout: What the Big Three Need to Convince Congress

WSJ’s Matt Dolan tells colleague John Stoll what Detroit’s beleaguered auto makers need to do in order to convince Congress that they are not too weak to be saved. John updates us on GM’s financial status. (Nov. 20)

click for video

WSJ, 11/20/2008

Category: Bailouts, Video

Stocks With a Cash Cushion

With earnings estimates imploding, companies trading for close to their cash value look like a smart bet.

Barron’s, 11/20/2008

Category: Valuation, Video

Buying Tech, Energy at Bargain Prices

Andy Bischel of SKBA Capital is eyeing bruised stocks with solid earnings growth potential. He talks about the prospects for Intel, Chesapeake Energy and Nasdaq. His firm runs the AHA Socially Responsible Equity Fund.

click for video

Marketwatch, 11/20/2008

Category: Earnings, Technology, Valuation, Video