Posts filed under “Video”

Did You Know? 2.0

Fascinating set of data points:

Did You Know; Shift Happens – Globalization; Information Age

(Version .0)

Techno Version (right here, right now)

Sources:
Did You Know? 2.0
FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 2007

http://thefischbowl.blogspot.com/2007/06/did-you-know-20.html

Did You Know?

http://thefischbowl.blogspot.com/2006/08/did-you-know.html

Category: Video, Web/Tech

Whassup !

First watch this:

Then watch this:

Did they actually get all the same actors for th 2nd one? That’s pretty wild!

Category: Politics, Psychology, Video

Juan Enriquez at Pop!Tech: Debt Crisis and the Future

Via my pal Paul Kedrosky comes this intriguing video:


Juan Enriquez (2008) Pop!Tech Pop!Cast from PopTech on Vimeo.

Category: Credit, Economy, Video

President Bush and Home Ownership

There was an editorial in IBD this week, mistitled, Why The Mortgage Crisis Happened. Funny thing is, they somehow overlooked these speeches below.

The pandering and disinformation campaign of the far right are looking more and more like the death spasms of an intellectually bankrupt ideology . . .

A Home of Your Own, by President Bush, May 17, 2002

President Bush 2002 Speech Encouraging More Lending Fanny Mae and Freddie Mac

President Bush Discusses Homeownership Financing August 31 2007

Sources:
Why The Mortgage Crisis Happened
M. JAY WELLS
10/29/2008

http://www.investors.com/editorial/EditorialContent.asp?secid=1502&status=article&id=310173877357981

Category: Politics, Real Estate, Video

Behold…The Decabox!

Category: Video

Fear vs. Facts on Lehman

Einhorn & Ritholtz vs Gasparino and Fuld:

Category: Short Selling, Video

The Oil of the Future

WSJ’s Russell Gold looks at offshore drilling in Brazil where future crude may come from. (Oct. 29)

Category: Commodities, Video

Peter Schiff on Bloomberg October 28, 2008

PartI

Part II

Category: Video

Jim Rogers on Bloomberg (10/24/08)

Jim Rogers on Bloomberg last Friday

Category: Video

Levitt: Derivatives Necessary, Should Be Regulated

Former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Arthur Levitt talks about the importance of credit derivatives to the financial markets and the need for regulation and transparency, and the outlook for executive compensation at financial firms. Levitt is a senior adviser to the Carlyle Group and a board member of Bloomberg LP, the parent company of Bloomberg News.

click for Video:

00:00 Credit derivatives’ importance, transparency
01:26 Growth of derivatives market, new regulation
02:11 “Some moderation” in executive compensation

Running time 03:48

Source:
Levitt Says Derivatives Necessary, Should Be Regulated: Video

Bloomberg, Last Updated: October 29, 2008 09:23 EDT

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=newsarchive&sid=azMrpQyorJFs

Category: Video