Posts filed under “Video”

The Big Three Bailout

Discussing the auto industry’s struggles due to the credit crunch, with Mike Jackson, AutoNation chairman/CEO

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Category: Bailouts, Markets, Video

Is America Turning Japanese?

Simon Constable of Dow Jones Newswires says the U.S. is taking a page out of Japan’s “economic book” from the 90′s and turning Japanese.


Category: Bailouts, Finance, Taxes and Policy, Video

Bloomberg Sues The Fed; Transparency At The FED

Fed has learned more than %2 Trillion to troubled banks; FED rejects Bloomberg request identify loan recipients; Bloomberg news is suing the FED to force disclosure of loans; The Public doesn’t know collateral FED is accepting for loans; Analysis by Matt Wink


Bloomberg Sues Fed to Force Disclosure of Collateral
Mark Pittman
Bloomberg, Nov. 7

Category: Federal Reserve, Financial Press, Video

Obama: The New FDR?

Fusion IQ’s Barry Ritholtz expects Obama to spend big on public works in the next few years.


Obama: The New FDR?


Obama: The New FDR?
Forbes, 2008-11-10

Category: Markets, Video

Energy Outlook: Where is the Bottom for Oil?

Crude Oil is trading at $59 and change tonite.

China Stimulus and Oil Prices – Analysis and Discussion with Antoine Halff of Newedge USA; Oil Price Down 58% from High, a Dramatic Drop But Still High Historically

00:00 Impact of China’s stimulus package on oil
01:36 Outlook for oil prices; Russian oil supply

Running time 03:17


Newedge’s Halff Sees Oil Prices Bottoming Around $60: Video
Bloomberg, Nov. 11 2008

Category: Commodities, Energy, Markets, Video

Peeble’s Timepieces

Inside The Peebles Estate: Real estate mogul and Obama advisor Don Peebles shares his private home collections in Florida.

Category: Consumer Spending, Video

Naroff: Curbing Foreclosures Key to Housing Recovery

Joel Naroff, president of Naroff Economic Advisors, talks with Bloomberg’s Carol Massar from Philadelphia about Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s potential plan for a new mortgage modification program and outlook for the U.S. housing market. Fannie and Freddie will reduce principal or interest rates on some loans and extend the terms of others, people briefed on the matter said. (“Morning Call” is seen weekdays on Bloomberg TV. Source: Bloomberg)

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00:00 Potential effects of loan modification plan
01:59 Fannie, Freddie; approach to housing crisis
Running time 04:01

Naroff Says Curbing Foreclosures Key to Housing Recovery: Video
Bloomberg, Nov. 11 2008

Category: Markets, Real Estate, Video

The Death of Buy and Hold

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Note my 5 stages of grief meme has taken hold:

The five stages of death are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and finally, acceptance. We bring it up, because right now, Wall Street is really struggling with that last one, acceptance.

We’re talking about the death of that time honored investment strategy, buy-and-hold. Investors just can’t let go, and they need to.

Thanks to black October, the S&P 500 has now lost a fifth of its value over the last 10 years. According to Jeff Macke, “2008 is the year that will go down in history as the year that long term investment died as a thesis.”

And that means it’s time to move on.

But just because buy-and-hold is pretty much dead and buried, that doesn’t mean you can’t make money anymore.


The Death of Buy and Hold
Lee Brodie

Category: Apprenticed Investor, Investing, Markets, Psychology, Video

The Obama Roll

Enjoy your evening . . .

Category: Politics, Video

Harvard’s Frankel: China Plan Helps Global Economy

Jeffrey Frankel, a professor at Harvard University and member of the U.S. panel that determines when economic recessions and expansions begin, talks from Cambridge, Massachusetts, about the outlook for the U.S. economy and China’s $586 billion economic stimulus package.

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00:00 U.S. recession outlook, “bleak” prospects
03:01 China’s rescue program and economy

Running time 05:16


Harvard’s Frankel Sees China Plan Helping Global Economy: Video
Kathleen Hays
Bloomberg November 10, 2008 15:45 EST

Category: Economy, Markets, Video