Oddest Press Release of the Day

I guess this just couldn’t wait until tomorrow:

The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System has issued the following press release:

Board announces website redesign
The Federal Reserve Board’s website has a new look and additional features designed to improve usability.  Intuitive navigational tools, new fonts, and updated graphics and layouts will help users access information more quickly and easily.

The color scheme for the website (www.federalreserve.gov) has been enhanced and more graphics have been added.  A new layout makes the site’s content simpler to find.

Good thing there is nothing else going on today . . .

Fed_site_redesign

Category: Federal Reserve

How Low Will Home Prices Fall ?

Category: Corporate Management, Data Analysis, Psychology, Real Estate

Ironic Quote of the Day: Alan Greenspan on Inflation

Category: Federal Reserve, Inflation

Who Is The Anonymous Donor?

After an exhausting 3 day road trip away, the first thing I like do on my first night back is kick back and relax.

Depending on the time of year, that could mean any number of things. Could be a cigar, a walk by the beach, or a glass of port.

Tonite, it meant pouring a glass of Shiraz,  firing up the TiVo, and watching Curb Your Enthusiasm. Absolutely laugh out loud  hysterical — and that was before I drank the wine. You can really recognize LD’s stylistic fingerprints all over Seinfeld in the plot of this Curb.

I’ve seen them all, but I may have to go grab a few box sets of this; it will make for good airplane viewing . . .

Curb

Too, too funny . . .

Category: Digital Media, Television, Video

Media Appearance: Kudlow & Company (9/17/07)

Category: Media

Greenspan Media Blitz!

Category: Books, Economy, Federal Reserve, Psychology

Reports of the Death of Inflation Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

Category: Data Analysis, Federal Reserve, Inflation

Las Vegas Linkfest: Week-in-Preview

Category: Financial Press

Forex Money Show Keynote Presentation

Category: Data Analysis, Economy, Investing, Psychology, Trading

Nine Reasons the Feds Can’t Save Stocks

Category: Credit, Derivatives, Economy, Federal Reserve, Investing, Markets, Psychology