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CNBC Appearance This Afternoon at 2:40pm >>> UPDATED with Video

Posted by Larry Doyle on November 24, 2010 10:44 AM |

***Update: video clip included below

If you’ve got some time this afternoon, please check in to CNBC’s Street Signs at 2:40pm as I will be discussing the recent insider trading probe and the implications it has on our markets.

Hopefully, I’ll be able to grab a video clip of the segment to post later today or tomorrow.

Larry Doyle

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I have no affiliation or business interest with any entity referenced in this commentary. As President of Greenwich Investment Management, an SEC regulated privately held registered investment adviser, I am merely a proponent of real transparency within our markets so that investor confidence and investor protection can be achieved.

  • HOTEL CALIFORNIA

    Mention the Auction Rate Security and they will probably edit you out!
    Best, your “followers” are proud of you!
    You will have the select honor of being one of CNBC’s guests who will ever have told the truth on their network!

  • Way to go, Larry. You were straight to the point. The other guest, not so much. “Collusion” is the issue. Glib declarations that more information is available is beside the point. Sure, we are inundated by information, but what’s it worth? volume isn’t the measure. It’s the game and how it’s played, and your comments were refreshing on both the game and the play. Thank you for that.

  • HOTEL CALIFORNIA

    Well said Phil. KOODOS to LD!!!

  • fred

    LD,

    I was nervous for you, but you handled yourself well. Queen Erin is polished and tough; you brought out her inquisitive nature which I found very refreshing.

  • Joao Fiore

    Great job! Difficult to make a solid point when the other guest and narrator were looking for a positive spin, not the truth, however, you made it look easy.






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