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No Quarter Radio’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle, Sunday Evening at 8PM

Posted by Larry Doyle on September 19, 2009 6:09 PM |

UPDATE: This episode of NQR’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle has concluded. You can listen to a recording of the episode in its entirety by clicking the play button on the audio player provided below. Once the audio begins, you can advance or rewind to any portion of the episode by clicking at any point along the play bar.


Please join me this Sunday evening for NQR’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle as we dig deeper and work harder in navigating the economic landscape.

What is on your mind? What would you like to address? Please share your questions and thoughts by calling in to (347) 677-0792, and also join our live chat room, which I’ll start up about 10 minutes before the show begins.

There is no shortage of topics that deserve real attention, including:

> developments within our bank deposit insurance (FDIC)
> the upcoming G-20 conference in Pittsburgh
> what is happening to our dollar? will it recover?
> Wall Street compensation practices
> market performance . . . what is it telling us?
> what is happening with ‘credit?’ Is it loosening or getting worse?
> unemployment trends
> economic data, especially in regard to housing
> the federal deficit
> the SEC
> can we afford health care reform . . . can we not afford health care reform?

. . . and much more. My special guest this week is YOU, the readers and supporters of Sense on Cents. What is on YOUR mind? I look forward to the show and thank you in advance for your support.

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  • fiscalliberal

    Good show last night- any thoughts on Dodd striking out against the administration reform model and going along with Sheila and Mary.

    We can trust Shumer to follow Wall Street, but a lot of the Dodd, Bank committee seem to be of the Bair, Schapiro super regulater mold.

  • fiscalliberal

    I was also surprised last night when Aron identified on te blog that 40% of the equities trading volume was finance.

  • Larry Doyle

    Good morning, Mr. Fiscalliberal,

    Thanks for the plug on last evening’s show.

    In regard to Senator Dodd, while I agree with him on principle, I have a very difficult time giving him credibility on this front. Why? I look at the politicos who were right in the middle of promoting policies which led to this mess and who do I see? Chris Dodd and Barney Frank.

    Who are the politicos who are now charged with developing policies to get us out? Chris Dodd and Barney Frank. What is wrong with that picture? A lot.

    Dodd is a politician. He is fighting for his political life. He knows the American public is developing a strong anti-Fed predisposition. I view his posture as more political expediency than anything else.

    All this said, I do agree that we should have a coordinated effort to promote checks and balances and transparency. That may be wishful thinking but we have a better chance than putting all the onus on the Fed.

    In regard to 40% of equity volume being focused on financial stocks, it is actually more heinous than just that. 40% of the equity volume has been relegated to Freddie, Fannie, Citigroup,and BofA. Think something smells there.

    That is not called investing, in fact, I would dare not even call that trading…it is called ‘churning’ and that is not exactly a sign of a healthy market.

    Thanks again for your support.

  • LD,

    Those clowns made the show very interesting last night. I wonder if they work for ACORN or Obama?

  • Larry Doyle

    I actually take it as an indication that the show is gaining a wider audience. I am going to guess that it was a couple of college kids sitting around a dorm room trying to figure out how to have some yuks.

    I found it somewhat humorous when one indicated he bought 500k shares of Citi. Too funny.

  • Aaron Kramer

    On margin no less. I wonder how many bong hits they had between them? My over under is 5.

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