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What is Michael Panzner Saying?

Posted by Larry Doyle on March 29, 2009 6:08 PM |

In anticipation of this evening’s guest on my radio show, let’s see what Michael Panzner has to say:

No doubt a lot has changed over the past few years. But not just in terms of financial markets and the economy. There has also been a seismic shift in attitudes about America and its role in the world. When the going was good, many nations were willing to accomodate U.S. arrogance and heavyhandedness in global affairs, and were happy to follow our lead in various areas. Now that the bubble has burst, however, a lot of people aren’t all that interested in even hearing what we have to say, especially when it comes to economic matters. One result, suggests the New York Times, is that “Obama Will Face a Defiant World on Foreign Visit.”

Michael Panzner is held in very high regard by a wide array of esteemed analysts, economists, and money managers. Read his entire piece, Not Buying What We Are Selling.

LD

  • getfitnow

    I wasn’t able to log on to NQ radio. Michael Panzner was on Coast to Coast last month. It was a 2 hr interview by Art Bell and 1 hour of questions. It was great! Sorry I missed this evening. I’ll check iTunes for podcast tomorrow.

  • Larry Doyle

    The audio recording of my interview with Michael Panzner is on Sense on Cents right now.

  • fiscalliberal

    Good show Larry – this is the type of stuff we need versus the pablum comming out of Washington and Wall Street.

    I wanted to ask the question of what his thoughts are regarding Paul Krugman. He is getting a lot of print in terms of getting off the script from the government. It is interesting in that Bernancke hired Krugman into Princton. I think Krugman is saying that we cannot continue thinking things are ok and need just some small tweeking.

    I hope this latest Geitner plan is a carrot to the financial industry to give it a chance to survive, but if it doesn’t, they have to lower the boom on these insolvent companies. The Resolution Trust did work and the new takover legislation will enable some form of that.

    Michael Panzer brought up a good point in that these folks are assumming going back to the securitization model and I agree with him, that horse is tired of running.

    Boy – you did stir the pot tonight – Cannadian Currency ????

  • Larry Doyle

    Glad you enjoyed the show.

    He is very thought provoking. His books are definitely worth reading.

  • lizzy

    Just listened to the show; it was really great.

  • Larry Doyle

    Thanks…I don’t know if “enjoy” is the appropriate term given Mr. Panzner’s outlook but I am glad you found it to be informative.






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