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David Rosenberg Provides Sense on Cents

Posted by Larry Doyle on January 9, 2010 1:25 PM |

Those working within any industry are typically restrained in how aggressively they can voice their opinions. If I were still working on Wall street, there is no way I would be able to speak as openly as I do via Sense on Cents. That is simply reality. In similar fashion, those who move from the sell-side (traditional Wall Street banks and brokers) to the buy-side (money managers) are similarly unleashed to more aggressively provide truth, transparency, and integrity on the economy and the markets.

In this vein, I am thrilled to introduce our readers to David Rosenberg, formerly of Bank of America/Merrill Lynch and now Chief Economist and Strategist at Gluskin, Sheff, one of Canada’s top wealth management firms.

Rosenberg pulls no punches in addressing the major structural problems in our global economy. Additionally, Rosenberg highlights the fact that we are in a secular, not a cyclical, market.

With this commentary, I am anointing David Rosenberg as a Sense on Cents Economic All-Star. I thank MC for providing the link to this recent interview Rosenberg provided to Kathryn M. Welling of Weeden and Company.

You may not like what Rosenberg has to say, but after reading Rosenberg’s views I guarantee you will be more enlightened and able to more effectively navigate the economic landscape. ~ LD

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  • TML

    Rosenberg is a legend. He provides clear, concise, and consistent views across the economy and markets. He sees things and communicates effectively while most analysts merely parrot the house ‘call of the day.’

    All-Star? Rosenberg is first ballot Hall of Fame material.

  • Patriot

    LD,

    Interesting to read that Rosenberg knew his views were sugar-coated and filtered in his previous life while working on Wall Street.

    I get the sense that he probably grew exasperated knowing that his real voice was being muffled if not totally drowned out by the Wall Street establishment.

    I would love to hear what his bosses at Merrill and Bofa would have to say about that.

    Great read.






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