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Bob Rodriguez: “2013, Most Critical Year in Last 80”

Posted by Larry Doyle on October 18, 2012 8:32 AM |

When First Pacific Advisors’ Bob Rodriguez talks, I listen.

Rodriguez is a perennial all-star when it comes to investing, analyzing the markets, studying the economy, and taking the pulse of the Federal Reserve.  Unmoved by the daily waves in the market, Rodriguez maintains the courage of his convictions in studying the macro-level shifts in our economic “tectonic plates.”

In point of fact, Rodriguez is truly playing on a different field than virtually every other  money manager. Why does he think 2013 will be the most critical year for investors in the last 80? Take the 6 minutes to watch, listen, and learn from a recent CNBC interview with the best of the best, Bob Rodriguez.

Navigate accordingly.

Larry Doyle

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I have no affiliation or business interest with any entity referenced in this commentary. The opinions expressed are my own. I am a proponent of real transparency within our markets so that investor confidence and investor protection can be achieved.

  • Bob

    Rock star. Why is it that we cannot get men like Rodriguez into office? I wonder if we had term limits if he or others like him would consider public service?

  • RB

    @Bob…

    Perhaps they might show an interest, but only if we could somehow remove the politics from the equation. I don’t think they would have any interest in wrestling with large numbers of the greedy and corrupt we have in Congress or in their Corporate and special interest handlers who get to decide our futures and are focused on their own personal agendas rather than those of the country at large.

    • Mr Rodriguez is dead on correct. @RB; You nailed it, too. Why would he want to be a politician?! This QE and CONSTANT federal interference in the markets (and everything else) is exactly what has brought us to this point.






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