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‘Sponsored Video: The Global Economy’

Posted by Larry Doyle on May 16th, 2012 11:46 AM |

I receive an endless number of overtures from outlets looking to have me promote their products. I have always declined. . . until now. Why? I use and live by the product in this commentary. As such, I welcome endorsing it!!  LD

I start every day of the week in the same manner. How is that?

I go out my front door, pick up the newspaper and settle down to what I believe is the best periodical in the market today. Which is that?

The Financial Times, or as I and many people like to call it, the FT(more…)

The China Syndrome circa 2010

Posted by Larry Doyle on June 17th, 2010 8:15 AM |

With ongoing issues here in the U.S. and more so in Europe, clearly global investors need to focus more on investing in Asia generally and China specifically, correct?

I do not disagree that investors need a global perspective, but as with any investment let’s open our eyes and assess risks before diving into the deep end of the pool. Remember, Wall Street analysts touting Asian investments are in the business of selling products. Let’s navigate further and find some independent analysis.

Today’s Financial Times provides just that from Michael Pettis, a Senior Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and a finance professor at Peking University’s Guanghua School of Management, where he specializes in Chinese financial markets.

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Financial Times Highlights Great American Joe Saluzzi

Posted by Larry Doyle on May 26th, 2010 12:31 PM |

Confidence in the markets and the economy is ultimately a function of truth, transparency, and integrity.

The reason global investors have such little confidence currently is due to the very simple fact that both the financial industry and their government counterparts have not promoted practices which embrace these cherished principles.

That is not to say that each and every individual in the financial industry or in government does not try to promote these values. In fact, I believe the overwhelming majority of people on Wall Street and in the global markets do embrace these values, but they are not in a position to speak out when the principles are violated. I love it when I come across people who possess the courage and are unencumbered to speak out for the truth, transparency, and integrity our markets, our country, and our world so badly need. Like who? (more…)






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