Posts filed under “Video”

Look Ahead: Asia and Japan’s Economy

Japan may show some slim economic growth for the third quarter, but that doesn’t mean it’s doing well. Also, watch for earnings from Tokio Marine and Macquarie Group. Michael Kitchen reports

(see also Thailand and the crisis)


Category: Economy, Federal Reserve, Video

Ace Greenberg on Charlie Rose (2004, 2008)

Fascinating pair of discussions with the former head of Bear:



Category: Bailouts, Corporate Management, Derivatives, Video

Laffer: U.S. Automakers Are ‘Never Going to Make It’

Arthur Laffer, chairman of Laffer Associates, talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene from Nashville, Tennessee, about U.S. fiscal policy, the performance of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke and proposed federal aid for the country’s automakers.

iTunes Bloomberg Podcast

Category: Markets, Video

Impact of TARP on Credit Cards

In-Depth Look: Impact of TARP on Credit Cards

Category: Bailouts, Credit, Video

G20 Summit Leaders endorse goals

President Bush says summit leaders have agreed to a number of terms to coordinate and modernize their financial systems in the hopes of keeping the global economic crisis from getting worse.

G20 Summit Leaders Endorse Goals


Obama statement on G20 Summit


Category: Bailouts, Economy, Federal Reserve, Video

T. Boone Pickens on The Daily Show

NOTE: Pickens was an opponent of non-Alternative energy for many years, prior to his recent conversion. He also was the primary funder of the Swift Boat Veterans political smear campaign.

T. Boone Pickens wants to use our resources in America to end our dependence on foreign oil.

Category: Energy, Video

Economist Milton Friedman on Charlie Rose

Is Milton Friedman the next economist whose once lauded reputation may soon slide ?

57 min – Dec 26, 2005

Category: Economy, Markets, Video

Discussing the Great Depression

Dorothy Womble and William Hague survived the Great Depression. They share their story


Category: Bailouts, Economy, Video

Nassim Taleb: Portfolio Theory is ‘Hogwash’

Nassim Taleb, author of “The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable,” talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and Ken Prewitt about quantitative finance, the failings of business schools and his investment strategy.

Nassim Taleb Says Portfolio Theory is `Hogwash’
Bloomberg, Nov. 7 2008

Category: Markets, Video

Broke: The New America Dream

I have a few brief cameos in Michael Covel’s new documentary:


Mike’s site is here

Category: Economy, Film, Markets, Video