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No Quarter Radio’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle: Last Call

Posted by Larry Doyle on June 25, 2010 1:20 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.


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“Last call, boys and girls!!”

In late November 2008, I proposed to Larry Johnson and friends at No Quarter the idea of my hosting an internet radio show. No Quarter Radio had a few shows running at that point, and I thought a show focused on the markets and economy might be well received. Larry was receptive and we booked a show for that Sunday evening.

Little did I know at the time, but the promo for that inaugural show indicated the show would run each and every Sunday evening. My jaw dropped and my heart raced. I wasn’t thinking about hosting a show each and every Sunday. I envisioned a “one and done” which may have led to a periodic show, but certainly not a weekly show.

Fast forward 19 months later and having had an extraordinary experience, the time has come for me to issue the “last call” and host my final Sunday evening show.

I have loved the show, and I hope listeners have enjoyed it as much as I. However, with some expected imminent changes in my professional life, time dictates that I give up the show for now. I am certainly not giving up my blog. I love Sense on Cents, as it has provided me a forum and mouthpiece I never could have imagined.

So, for one final time . . . please join me this Sunday evening from 8-9pm ET for No Quarter Radio’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle: Last Call, as I share the hour with my best guests, those being you the listeners and readers.

We will have fun. We will pull no punches. We can look back. We will look forward. Together, we will navigate the economic landscape.

Thanks again to Larry Johnson and No Quarter for providing the opportunity to host this show and all the shows over the last 19 months. Larry is the best. Feel free to join the conversation on Sunday by dialing 347-677-0792 or come into the always energized chatroom.

Thanks again for all the support!!

LD

  • Mike

    The end of an era… Maybe we can still have a 2 hour radio special once a month?

  • disenchanted

    Mike- I second that motion!! Larry we will miss you.

  • Aaron Kramer

    LD,
    I am sorry to hear that the show is coming to an end. I enjoyed listening and participating in the show and on the blog. Keep up the good fight LD, long live Sense on Cents.

  • TeakWoodKite

    God Speed Larry, I have learned much and very much respect your efforts. You mentioned expected imminent changes in my professional life, best of luck with that.

    We meet again on Platform 9 1/2.
    were muggles can be safe on the train runs on time.

  • Mike

    LD,

    Awesome finale, sorry i missed it but caught the replay. Lots of good points brought up.. America may just finally throw in the towel and give in to austerity measures, or, unleash a $5T stimulus plan sometime after Q3s -2.5 GDP.

    We’re not the financial superstars we used to be. Other countries are starting to see through all the games and realize the time to start buckling down is now. The lack of truth, transparency and integrity coming from our leaders in Washington is becoming quite evident among the international community.

    Trust no one but yourself, another important lesson. The days of getting a bachelors degree, getting a salaried corporate entry level job, and counting on a pension are long over. We are in a time where nothing is guaranteed and it is of utmost importance to chart your OWN course for financial freedom. This is a big part of why SoC is so helpful.

    Larry I’ve learned so much from this site. With practically no knowledge about ANYTHING economic back in 2008, I took a vested interest in understanding the economy and financial system shortly after the crash. Thanks in large part to SoC i feel that I’m dramatically more equipped and prepared for what lies ahead in the economic future of this country. I have a grasp on the bigger picture, and the knowledge to help others better understand the inner workings of Wall st. the economy, and of course the incestuous nature of Washington and corporate America. For this, I thank you and will remain a loyal reader.

    It’s a shame to see the end of the radio show which has been an invaluable resource is understanding the economy at large. I hope you’ll at least consider a timely special.

    Again, thank you.

    Mike

    • LD

      Mike,

      You’re welcome!! If only one person were helped by Sense on Cents, then it would all be worth it.

      You confirmed it as being worth it!! Thanks very much.






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