LD’s “Central Station” Q & A
Posted by Larry Doyle on January 24, 2009 4:46 AM |
Neither rain, nor snow, nor darkness, nor gloom of the economy, the market, or the world of global finance will keep us from our regularly scheduled departure from “Central Station.” Our ride departs at 9am and will take us through many hills and valleys of our economic landscape before returning to the station at noon. So much to discuss and view as we roll along. Our forum is open to discussing issues from a macro and micro level. From New York to Washington to Europe and Asia, we can explore any avenues you’d like.
Please remember, there are no bad or silly questions. Don’t be bashful . . . ask anything. I offer honest opinions and thoughtful advice. For our newer riders, your conductor is not a professional financial planner but merely a longtime Wall Street veteran who wants to help you make some sense of the current twists and turns along the economic track. Please bring a friend, grab a coffee, settle down, as you’re amongst friends on this ride.
While we wait for our ride to depart, I want to take this opportunity to highlight a very special guest on my Sunday night radio show, “LD’s Dollars and Sense,” with the folks over at No Quarter Radio. We will be joined by an individual who, in my estimation, has more professional Wall Street relationships than any other individual. Allow me to share the background of the legend that is…..Michael Maloney. Michael started working on Wall Street in the mid 1960s at the tender age of 16 for a specialist firm on the floor of the NYSE. In 1970, Mr. Maloney was an equity block trader for the venerable Stone and Webster. In the late ’70s, Michael moved into the world of financial recruitment and career consulting. He is known as “the man to see” for those looking to move onto or within the world of Wall Street. He has longstanding relationships that would fill the Manhattan directory and has lived to tell about them. From placing chief investment officers to back office assistants, from working with the major investment houses to startups, Michael truly epitomizes the phrase, “it’s not merely what you know but who you know.” Please join us for a fascinating look back and, simultaneously, a piercing view forward with “the man to see,” Michael Maloney!! “LD’s Dollars and Sense” can be heard on Sunday nights from 8-9PM on No Quarter Radio. You can listen to all archived No Quarter Radio episodes at any time. And don’t forget that No Quarter Radio episodes are also available as free podcasts on iTunes. Just open up iTunes, go to the iTunes store and type “No Quarter Radio podcast” in the search window. Complete No Quarter Radio iTunes instructions are always listed at No Quarter in the right column. Thank you to the great folks at No Quarter!