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


Back from Lost Wages, just in time for tonite’s Kudlow & Co. — just a few segments, from 5:00pm to 5:20pm or so, on CNBC.

In addition to your humble scribe, Gary Shilling will be on, as will Michelle Girard. I guess that makes me the moderate.

I will have to ask Larry about his upping the possibility of a recession to 50%, and if this means for certain that Goldilocks was "Officially Dead"

Also, we may explore the question ES Browning asked in the front page of today’s WSJ:  Are equity traders and investors pinning too much hope on a rate cut?

Lastly, I will note that equities look resiliant compared to the early morning futures indications. Same thing happened last week — poor futures, flat close . . .


UPDATE September 17, 2007 8:12pm

Man, did I look tired or what? The LV trip — Friday flight there, up nearly all nite, return flight Sunday — was exhausting. I looked like crap.

This was a last minute call — no tie, no shave.

I need a new drug . . .

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