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No Quarter Radio (NQR), an audio extension of No QuarterUSA blog, provides vibrant internet audio programming via In November 2008, I approached my friends at No Quarter with the idea to host a show about the economy. Although initially under the impression that No Quarter wanted me to prepare a show for just one particular Sunday evening, imagine my surprise when I saw a promo highlighting that I would be broadcasting every Sunday night from 8-9PM!

Having hosted 65 shows from late December 2008 through June 2010, the time commitment of a variety of other pursuits compelled me to forego this part of my work. That said, I have a library of 65 interviews which I would match against anybody in the industry. Please take a stroll through this part of Sense on Cents. When you have an hour listen to an audiotape of one of my shows. I spoke with some of the finest attorneys, authors, traders, former regulators, and many others.  Much of this material you would NEVER find in the general media. I mean it.

I thoroughly enjoyed “navigating the economic landscape” over the internet airwaves at No Quarter Radio. The audience was extremely engaged, and I was able to showcase an interesting group of guests.  It is the readers of this blog and the listeners at NQR who made the effort totally pleasurable.

You can still tune in to No Quarter Radio’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle via the audiotapes. My show, as well as all other NQR shows, are also available as podcasts on iTunes.

On behalf of Sense on Cents, I was truly grateful for the opportunity to partner with NoQuarter Radio to deliver exceptional programming over the internet.


No Quarter Radio’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle
Highlights of  Past Shows and Guests
(click on date to access archived audio)

June 28, 2010
Last Call! Final Broadcast of NQR’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle
Topics: A look back, and a look ahead as we navigate the economic landscape.

June 20, 2010
Phil Trupp, author and journalist
Topics: American culture and values, the media, auction-rate securities, oil spill in the Gulf

June 13, 2010
Daryl Montgomery, author of the blog The Helicopter Economics Investing Guide
Topics: inflation vs. deflation, retail sales, consumer spending, gold

June 6, 2010
Michael Shulman, editor of Short Side Trader
Topics: deflation, markets, banking

May 23, 2010
Joe Saluzzi, Themis Trading
Topic: High frequency trading

May 16, 2010
Open Mic Night
Topics: the European bailout, financial regulation, high frequency trading

May 9, 2010
Bill Berliner, founder of Berliner Consulting and Research LLC
Topics: housing and mortgage market

May 2, 2010
Richard C. Davis, founder and President of Consumer Metrics Institute
Topics: 1st Quarter GDP report; measuring and analyzing the American consumer

April 25, 2010
Ed Morrow, Chairman and CEO of the International Association of Registered Financial Consultants (IARFC)
Topics: ethics in the financial industry; failures of the SEC and FINRA

April 18, 2010
Matt Clemente and Brendan Steinhauser of Freedom Works
Topic: Tea Party movement

April 11, 2010
James Kwak, Co-author of 13 Bankers: The Wall Street Takeover and the Next Financial Meltdown
Topics: historical review of events leading to the current economic crisis, and recommendations going forward

March 28, 2010
Richard C. Davis, founder and President of Consumer Metrics Institute
Topics: measuring and analyzing the American consumer

March 21, 2010
Phil Davis, of Phil’s Stock World
Topics: options strategies, market volumes and valuation

March 14, 2010
Steve Megremis of The Daily Bail
Topics: healthcare, financial regulatory reform, Lehman Bros.

March 7, 2010
Daryl Montgomery, organizer  of the New York Investing Meetup
Topics: media misinformation, global markets

February 28, 2010
Jeff Zwerling and Bob Schachter from Zwerling, Schachter & Zwerling, LLP
Topic: securities fraud

February 21, 2010
Ron Holland,  Member of BFI Advisory Board & Co-Editor of Mountain Vision
Topic: discussing Mr. Holland’s latest report, “Plan Now To Escape Obama’s Retirement Trap”

February 14, 2010
Michael Smallberg, Project on Government Oversight (POGO)
Topics: bailouts, the SEC and FINRA, regulatory reform

January 31, 2010
John Ryding of RDQ Economics
Topics: 2009 4th Quarter GDP, China, employment, housing, Fed policy, inflation and interest rates

January 24, 2010
Michael Panzner, Wall Street veteran and author
Topics: global markets and the economy, including:  labor, real estate, China, interest rates, Federal Reserve, inflation

January 17, 2010
Steve Megremis, founder of The Daily Bail
Topics: Massachusetts Senate race, auditing the Fed, the AIG bailout

January 10, 2010
America’s Open Mic Night
Topics: Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, Tim Geithner’s future, upcoming special Senate election in Massachusetts,
bailing out California, inadequacy of the main stream media

January 3, 2010
First Annual Sense on Cents Hall of Fame and Shame
A review of 2009 and inducting those people, policies, and programs rightfully deserving of entrance
into the Sense on Cents Hall of Fame and Hall of Shame.

December 20, 2009
Erin Arvedlund, author of Too Good To Be True
Topic: unanswered questions surrounding the Madoff Ponzi scheme

December 13, 2009
Bruce Judson, author of It Could Happen Here, and Senior Faculty Fellow at
Yale School of Management
Topics: income inequality and the decline of the middle class

December 6, 2009
“Open Mic Night”
LD opened the air waves and chat room to a full hour of questions from listeners. Topics included: unemployment report, failure of loan modification program, stock market bubble, deflation, and much, much more.

November 29, 2009
Rick Smith, author of The Leap: How 3 Simple Changes Can Propel Your Career from Good to Great and co-author of  The 5 Patterns of Extraordinary Careers
Topic: career development

November 22, 2009
Bill Venezia of KV Partners
Topic: Wall Street through the decades

November 15, 2009
Danielle Park: Portfolio Manager, attorney, finance author and television personality
Topic: Discussion relating to Ms. Park’s book, Juggling Dynamite

November 8, 2009
Keith Fitz-Gerald, Chief Investment Strategist for Money Map Press and Money Morning, and author of Fiscal Hangover
Topic: how to protect your money and profit in the new global economy

November 1, 2009
Helen Davis Chaitman, attorney and partner in the New York based law firm Phillips Nizer LLP
Topic: Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC)

October 25, 2009
Allen Dodds Frank, Investigative Journalist
Topics: Investment scams over the past 30 years

October 18, 2009
Attorney Richard D. Greenfield of Greenfield & Goodman
San Francisco, California
Topic: Benchmark Financial, Standard Investment Chartered, and Amerivet Securities complaints against the Wall Street
self-regulatory organization FINRA

October 11, 2009
Rishi Narang, founder of Telesis Capital and author of Inside the Black Box
Marina del Rey, California
Topic: quantitative trading

October 4, 2009
Genevievette Walker-Lightfoot, former attorney in the Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) at the U.S.
Securities and Exchange Commission
Topic: Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme investigation

September 27, 2009
Norb Vonnegut, Wall Street veteran and author of Top Producer
Topics: discussion focused on Mr. Vonnegut’s just published financial thriller and his views on Wall Street

September 20, 2009
Topics: credit, unemployment, markets

September 13, 2009
Bruce Carton, editor of Securities Docket
Topics: comprehensive discussion of the SEC and securities litigation

August 30, 2009
John Lounsbury, Financial Planner & Investment Advisor
Topics: economic history and investment strategy analysis

August 16, 2009
Ronnie Sue Ambrosino, Head of the Bernard Madoff Victims Coalition
Topics: Madoff Ponzi scheme, failure of regulation by the SEC and FINRA,
issues with the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC)

August 9, 2009
Smriti Popenoe; Potomac, Maryland
Topics: Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, mortgage modifications

August 2, 2009
Joe Saluzzi, Themis Trading; New York, NY
Topic: High Frequency Trading

July 26, 2009
Dr. Paulo Vieira da Cunha
renowned emerging market economist of Tandem Global Partners
New York, NY
Topic: emerging markets

July 19, 2009
Aaron Kramer, former trader on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange
Topics: trading “in the pit,” regulation

July 12, 2009
Discussion on the markets and developments in Washington

July 5, 2009
Shawn Matthews, CEO Cantor Fitzgerald
Topics: past, present and future of Wall Street

June 21, 2009
Rob Tortorella, President and Founder of Corrosion Products and Equipment
Rochester, NY
Topics: Medium-sized business concerns, including availability of credit, inflation, and health care costs
John Moynihan, Partner BERG Associates
Washington, D.C.
Topics: Stanford Financial fraud investigation

June 14, 2009
Bill Singer, shareholder in the Securities Practice Group of Stark & Stark
New York, NY
Topics: regulatory overhaul

June 7, 2009
Luke Fry, Senior Salesman at 12th Street Capital
Santa Monica, California
Topics: interest rates, TARP, TALF

May 31, 2009
John Busacca, Managing Director of Broker Dealer Exchange
Orlando, Florida
Topics: regulation and compliance in the financial industry

May 17, 2009
Mike Offit, Wall Street veteran
Topics: markets, regulation, and government programs

May 10, 2009
Rick Johnson, author of: Keep Your Assets. Take My Advice.
Topic: How to avoid perilous traps set by inexperienced financial advisors

May 3, 2009
Topics: Chrysler bankruptcy; Bank Stress Tests; Auction Rate Securities

April 26, 2009
Topics: shadow banking system; auto situation; 1st quarter earnings; IMF

April 19, 2009
Chris Lowney, author of:
Heroic Leadership: Best Practices from a 450-Year-Old Company that Changed the World
Topic: Jesuit principles applied to corporate environments

April 12, 2009
George Rieger; Chief Investment Strategist
Greenwich Investment Management; Greenwich, CT
Topic: economic trends, investment risk and expectations

April 5, 2009
Phil Trupp, author/Journalist; Washington, D.C.
Topic: Auction Rate Securities scandal

March 29, 2009
Michael Panzner, Wall Street veteran and author
Topics: regulation, debt coverage, credit default swaps, currency, markets

March 22, 2009
Chuck Doyle of Business Capital; San Francisco, CA
Topic: debt restructuring and recapitalization

February 22, 2009
Lynn Marshall; Little Rock, AK
Topic: the dynamics within community banking in Arkansas and global
agricultural flows
John Moynihan of Business Enterprise Reduction Group (BERG);
Washington, D.C.
Topic: Swiss banking and offshore banking

February 8, 2009
Steve Rehm of Barclays Capital; New York, NY
Topic: discussion with the “bank doctor” regarding all macro-level changes in banking

January 25, 2009
Michael Maloney of Maloney Associates; New York, NY
Topic: discussion with “the man to see” on the changing landscape of Wall Street

January 11, 2009
Sean D’Arcy, independent insurance/financial planning executive; New York, NY
Topic: dynamics within the insurance industry and personal financial planning

January 4, 2009
Kevin Doyle of 12th Street Capital; Santa Monica, CA
Topic: sub-prime mortgage crisis, housing, rating and regulatory agencies

December 21, 2008
John Moynihan of Business Enterprise Reduction Group (BERG);
Washington, D.C.
Topic: Bernie Madoff and business fraud

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