Posted by Larry Doyle on June 24th, 2010 2:28 PM |
As a result of launching Sense on Cents, I have had the good fortune of developing quality relationships with a wide array of individuals across a wide swath of our economic landscape. One of those individuals I hold in especially high regard is Themis Trading’s Joe Saluzzi.
I have interviewed Joe twice on No Quarter Radio’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle (August 2, 2009 and then again on May 23, 2010). Joe is a breath of fresh air in that he ALWAYS tells it like it is. He provides total truth, transparency, and integrity at each and every turn. He has opened doors and shed sunlight on the destructive elements embedded in high frequency trading. He pulls no punches in offering an honest assessment of the markets and the economy. He is uniquely positioned to provide a wealth of sense on cents. Unlike many in the industry, Joe asks for no cover and provides none for those more inclined to operate in the dark corners and amidst the shadows on Wall Street. (more…)
No Quarter Radio’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle Welcomes Back Daryl Montgomery, Sunday Night at 8pm ET
Posted by Larry Doyle on June 12th, 2010 8:05 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.
Where can you go to get independent, unbiased insights and analysis of the economy, markets, Wall Street, Washington, and the global financial landscape? You have come to the right place as this Sunday (8-9pm ET), No Quarter Radio’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle Welcomes Back Daryl Montgomery.
If you are looking for a profitable alternative to Wall Street hype, the New York Investing meetup is the place to go. Our goal is to provide timely, unbiased, reliable, cutting-edge investment analysis and education that our members can use for money-making investing decisions.
We do this by monitoring, organizing and interpreting financial news to create an accurate picture of broad trends in the macroeconomic and investing environment. This analysis is then used to find which areas of the market offer the best investing opportunities and most dangerous pitfalls. We further refine our results for more immediate action by using technical analysis and to a lesser extent, fundamental analysis. We don’t just present investing analysis, but also attempt to explain the thinking behind it, so our members can learn over time to do it themselves.
We deliver this information with presentations by the organizer and guest lecturers. Lecturers are selected for the timeliness and quality of their material, their ability to communicate it and their lack of a hidden agenda. They must produce informational talks and are not allowed to use their lectures to make a sales pitch.
In similar fashion, Sense on Cents is strictly ‘selling’ truth, transparency, and integrity as we look to help you navigate the economic landscape. Listen LIVE at the BlogTalkRadio website. Dial in with questions at 347-677-0792 or join our always energized chatroom. As a reminder, all NQR shows are taped, archived, and available as podcasts on iTunes. Thank you to Larry Johnson and No Quarter Radio for providing such a fabulous outlet.
Posted by Larry Doyle on June 1st, 2009 5:00 AM |
Bob Rodriguez, Partner and Chief Executive Officer of First Pacific Advisors, delivered the keynote address the end of last week at the Morningstar Investment Management Conference.
Mr. Rodriguez is a 35 year veteran in the financial industry and a Morningstar Manager of the Year three times. In my humble opinion, there are none better in the industry today. As I referenced on NQR’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle last evening, I totally concur and feel strongly about Mr. Rodriguez’s powerful pearls of wisdom. I beseech you to read this address, save it, read it again, and share it with your colleagues!
Allow me to comment and highlight Mr. Rodriguez’s major focal points. Mr. Rodriguez addresses every major issue in our financial world today. He layers those issues on top of the potential social impact our country faces. Mr. Rodriguez is not bashful in highlighting that our day of reckoning is upon us. I have read this piece three different times. I am more impressed and in greater agreement with his assertions after each reading.
Rodriguez addresses the following:
1. the need for personal and professional discipline and integrity
2. he recounts an experience in which he was solicited to “pay to play” by his biggest account . . . he passed and never regretted it
3. he castigates the financial industry for its performance over the last few years (be mindful he delivered this speech to an audience of financial managers!!)
4. he talks about how and why he has made a major shift into energy stocks within his fund!!
5. the changing nature of the markets and the global economies.
6. he rails on Alan Greenspan
7. Rodriguez offers, “my trust has been severely shaken in the Federal Reserve, the Treasury, the Congress, and the Executive Branch of government…”
8. “the regulatory agencies and federal government were complicit in laying the groundwork that allowed many of these credit excesses to develop prior to this economic crisis.”
9. he addresses the horrendous business practices being promoted by GMAC.
10. the positive economic impact of the Stimulus will be offset by ongoing reduction in consumer spending.
11. “we have to be careful about what is meant by sacrifice . . . a democratic government is the only one in which those who vote for a tax can escape the obligation to pay for it.”
12. Rodriguez’s outlook on the market:
— we are currently experiencing a bear market rally
— corporate earnings will disappoint
— the stock market overall will be price constrained for TEN YEARS
— “I view the Treasury market as being in a bubble territory with foolish leaders at the helm.”
— the bulk of the economy’s credit problems are still to come as charge-offs on trillions of dollars in loans remain to be recognized.
Reflections and Outrage
by Mr. Robert Rodriguez
Partner and Chief Executive Officer First Pacific Advisors
Posted by Larry Doyle on May 24th, 2009 2:00 PM |
In observance of Memorial Day weekend, NQR’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle will not be broadcast this evening.
I hope you are able to enjoy the holiday with family and friends while reflecting on the people and values Memorial Day celebrates. We are currently living through historic times, but we can never afford to forget the sacrifices of the special men and women who fought for our freedoms. God bless them.
Even though I will not be broadcasting this evening, if there are any questions or topics you’d like me to address, please do not hesitate to ask.
Thanks for your support!!