NoQuarter Radio’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle
Sunday Evening at 8PM
Posted by Larry Doyle on July 18, 2009 6:20 PM |
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Please join me at 8PM this Sunday evening, July 19, for another fabulous rendition of No Quarter Radio’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle. For our newer readers, this weekly show is an hour’s worth of unabashed truth and transparency on developments within the economy, markets, and global financial landscape.
We are living through historic times. Do not let those who would try to ‘sell’ you something define the debate. Sense on Cents is here to serve you. I encourage active engagement during the show and have always maintained, “there are no bad questions.” Call the show to share your thoughts or ask questions at (347) 677-0792.
What did we learn this week? What drove the equity markets higher? What is going on in the bond and currency markets? How are the ‘wizards’ in Washington impacting life on Wall Street and, more importantly, Main Street?
I am going ‘into the pits’ this Sunday evening as I have a spectacular guest, Aaron Kramer. What is life like in a trading pit? How does one manage the mayhem while maintaining the necessary poise and discipline? Aaron Kramer has the experience and perspective on those topics and much more.
Aaron started working at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) as a market reporter in the early ’90s. Shortly therafter, he began working for Timber Hill Trading Group, a leader in intermarket quantitative model-based trading at the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT). After leaving Timber Hill, Aaron returned to the CME and worked in the Eurodollar Option Pit for the better part of the next decade. While there, he worked for Pebble Beach Options and Spyglass Options Brokerage Group. Aaron also worked at BNP Securities in the Eurodollar pit as an options specialist for large institutional investors. He left the Eurodollar pit shortly after the turn of the century and began trading for Stafford Trading in the Nasdaq 100 pit at the CME.
Aaron has been actively trading for his personal account for over 5 years. A regular reader of Sense on Cents, Aaron graduated Magna Cum Laude from De Paul University in Chicago with a BA in Business Administration.
Do not miss what will assuredly be a ‘no holds barred’ discussion and review of a wide array of cutting edge issues as we navigate the economic landscape.