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And Tyler Matheson has just confirmed that there is no way this is a correction - he has been talking to 'Wall Street Strategists'!!
I’ve saved your link for future use.
Here’s one from 5/14/08 (4 months before the implosion) when Barry Ritholtz warned of the risk. The usual suspects, Kudlow, Luskin, Jimmy P confidently proclaimed bullish forecasts, some even denying there was any recession. 4 months later, they were face planted.
I expect they will again try to goose it. Hard to believe they can find enough buyers to keep pushing it higher.
Hitz - lovely. I see nothing has changed. It is so irritating when they refer to 'unwinding positions'!! It all sounds so calm and profitable - whereas when I run for the exits it is anything but calm!
+1 "Profit-taking". HA!
this is a classic from just before Lehman
Kudlow, Kneale and Luskin
take a dart and buy anything it hits
LOL! Great stuff. Thanks. I had forgotten about the "hidden tax cut" due to lower oil prices.
At 6:30 AM Eastern Thursday 10-29-2009 CNBC ran a commercial for "The Prayer Cross, The Perfect Way To Keep The Lord's Prayer Close To Your Heart". They showed it again at 7:30 AM.
In Hollywood terms, CNBC just jumped the shark
They surveyed 6 people... and he uses words like universal agreement???? LOL
MCC(s) had the tight pink top on, to boost some key demos....:)
Throw in a jiggle dance .....
She didn't make "The Dirty Dozen" though...? ( Where's the bloomberg entries)?
Oh no...! She makes "The Dirty Dozen" with me every day....
She just has that lovely slutty, white trash aspect to her that I find so irrisistable....
Well done. You have a smart community and it's appropriate to respond to constructive feedback.
On Bloomberg Radio right now live for the next hour
Niall Ferguson and Ken Rogoff
edit - Bloomberg TV and/or radio are an excellent alternative to CNBS
Better yet -- forget about CNBC viewership levels and what they say or don't say and focus on the markets. We all know CNBC is not a great source. Need to get over it and stop worrying about them.
JJ called the deal on CNBC just about right.
Yarrow features Eirhead on his blog as he claims CNBS ratings are "impressive"
It seems he has the ability to distort statisitcs the same way CNBS does - a silk purse out of a pigs ear
This is fucking great! Buy on the dips!
Going to have to calculate the MCC "cleav-on/off-a-meter" As the market declines, it increases; movements up close the gap. This should correlate with her ratings. Too funny & most obvious.
I think the decrease in viewership can simply be blamed on the pregnant lady. We all know what that means on a sitcom / comedy show.
Any way you look at this, this isn't good. Considering all the people out of work and home watching CNBS to see how their 301(k) (soon to be revisiting 201(k) territory) is doing, you would've thunk viewership might have gone up.
Maybe CNBS wishes we all use the tried and true accounting trick called leveling of earnings, or in this case, the lowering of necklines and tighter blouses.
But what do I know, I'm self employed.
F*** 'em if they can't take a joke.
Dude, don't hold back. Tell us how you really feel. :>)
Ah yes October. The month before NPR tookover.
The slight uptick from Sept.'09 to Oct.'09 looks like a dead cat bounce to me.
I've been a ZHer for about 2 months now.
I tuned out CNBC sometime in the spring. April or May. Started calling them CNBS after becoming a ZHer.
Started catching on to the MSM at about the time I tuned out CNBS,
I'm certain that I'm part of a trend. Hopefully the trend becomes a tsunami.
I do watch Bloomberg a little bit. Still find them a bit repugnant but much more tolerable than CNBS.
Could it be that Yarrow is a fecopheliac and meant to say that he's "crushing shit?"
OMFG, I just found my new favorite insult, thank you stink pickle!
I can't stop laughing... where's da weed!?!
Ummm, are you talking about coprophilia? If we extrapolate from the explanations given here:
...we'll need some new expressions that go beyond the "Cleveland Steamer" thing, how about a "DC Steamer" or a "Wall St. Steamer?"
Or maybe "Congressional Steamer?" That'd be where politicians take a grinder on the taxpayers and then rock back and forth on them?
Thank you for the clarification!
The disappearance (from media) of Kudlow, Kneale, Cramer, and Luskin could mark a bottom...
Looking at the P2+ data, 64% of the time the viewership is below the mean. One would expect a below average network to have declining revenues.
What "nerve" did you hit TD. I was not aware that they had any.
don't confuse the spine with the spinal cord
Thanks. Let's hope the new owners promptly transform this trash entertainment / soft porn channel into something more respectable.
What? No! Keep the soft porn, but transform the trashy commentary with more respectable journalism. It's fun to watch just, you know, without the sound on or reading any of the text.
Business Insider and Clusterstock are clusterf*cks...
TD...fair and balanced and backs it up.
More Julia Boorstyn...don't need sound
Yeah, I'm sure the corporate brass were REAL excited that they made a roundtrip back to and somewhat below 2007 ratings.
Speaking of viewership, could you please keep some counters on your website.
One to track total hits per day and another to keep track of total comments per day.
It would help to reveal some things to us common folks.
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