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Jeffrey Saut, chief investment strategist at Raymond James & Associates Inc., talks about the performance of equities and the impact of short covering on market activity, the outlook for a recession in 2009, and investment strategy.
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Running time 03:50
00:00 Equity market: "lows are in for the year"
00:59 Outlook for recession in 2009; strategy
02:19 Performance of stock market, short coverings
Jeffrey Saut Sees Rising Odds for U.S. Recession in 2009: Video
Bloomberg, September 22, 2008 08:35 EDT
Bill Moyers sits down with former Nixon White House strategist and political and economic critic Kevin Phillips, whose latest book BAD MONEY: RECKLESS FINANCE, FAILED POLITICS, AND THE GLOBAL CRISIS OF AMERICAN CAPITALISM explores the role that the crumbling financial sector played in the now-fragile American economy.
September 19, 2008
Paul Krugman, an economics professor at Princeton University, talks about the U.S. government’s move to cleanse banks of troubled assets and halt an exodus of investors from money markets and the outlook for the U.S. financial-services industry and economy
00:00 "Socialization" of U.S. financial system
01:51 Bailout’s justification; "inevitable" rescue
04:13 The outlook for U.S. banks is "not clear."
05:02 "Weakening" economy into next year
Running time 05:57
Krugman Sees `Socialization’ of U.S. Financial System: Video
Bloomberg, September 19, 2008 17:53 EDT
Dylan Ratigan goes postal on Jay Dhru, head of financial institutions ratings at Standard & Poor’s, on the recent downgrades in the financial sector.
When CNBC calls out the guys who are in part responsible for this mess, it is delicious television, and wonderful journalism.
Its a shame there aren’t more moments like this:
Can you imagine what the producers were screaming in Ratigan’s ear during the Interview?
At one point he presses his question and then says he’ll shut up. The way Maria signed off suggests the Producers were screaming at him–then gave him a time out. Just look at his expression as they close out the interview — that’s how a 6-year-old looks when they get caught with their hand in the cookie jar! I guess only Cramer gets to go postal on the network.
The lessons here simple: Don’t rate garbage Triple A, and don’t piss off Dylan Ratigan!
Wow, this guy Christopher Ailman is utterly clueless. I don’t usually say things like this, but "Way to keep your eye on ball, genius!"
I don’t have much of a problem with the uptick rule — its pointless, and is easily worked around by hedge funds — but i can take it or leave. And, I agree that rules against naked short-selling — already illegal — should be enforced.
But if you think the current economic, credit and financial problems are caused by shorting, you are simply a smoking too much dope. (Don’t do drugs, or you will end up a brain-dead piece of lawn furniture).
Idiots . . .
One of the nation’s top pension funds taking aim at short sellers, with Christopher Ailman, CalSTRS CIO and CNBC’s Maria Bartiromo.
To review, it wasn’t the excess leverage, or the under-capitalization, or the lack of risk controls, or the bad investments in all of the real estate related paper, or the insolvency — it had nothing to do with the nonfeasance on the part of the Fed, and the SEC going AWOL — no, it was the short selling.
Financial punditry has reached new lows — and with Luskin and Ben Stein running around, that ain’t easy.
This blame game is short on logic
FT, August 21 2008 20:02
Professor Stiglitz’ explanation of the
"financial alchemy" responsible for the collapse of Lehman Brothers: "The Fall of Lehman Brothers"
Professor Stiglitz then addressed the question of whether Lehman’s executives should have to answer for their decisions: "Should We Hold Lehman’s Executives Accountable?"
Stiglitz also looked beyond the headlines, drawing attention to the less visible factors influencing America’s economy: "How Foreign Governments are Buying America"
How to prevent the next Wall Street crisis
Joseph E. Stiglitz
9:19 a.m. EDT, Wed September 17, 2008