Tea Party inspiring rant a few years ago, gets fired up again talking about the big jobs report miss. The rant gets going around the 6 minute mark when he talks to Steve Liesman, the CNBC Senior Economics Reporter. I get the feeling these two don't like each other very much, jobs report miss or no jobs report miss. It's not just Liesman he goes after though. Take a look. You've got to love his passion.
“I would bet very heavily against that,” Buffett told Bloomberg Television’s Betty Liu on the “In the Loop” program today after data showed slowing U.S.
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Everyone thought the rapture was going to take place in 2012, but it actually looks like it's going to take place in 2013. Well, that's according to famed doomsdayer Nouriel Roubini, otherwise known as Dr. Doom. He's predicting not a rapture exactly, but a storm, as in a financial crisis with thunder and lots of lightning across the usual European countries with debt problems. Does he ever not predict a financial crisis? Sure, he deserves plenty of credit and attention for predicting the housing collapse, but enough already, I say. It's like: yeah, yeah, surprise, surprise, he's predicting
NetNet head honcho, John Carney, is trying to out do Bernanke's soft white beard. Getty Images Carney's beard is starting to make more TV appearances and gaining attention not just on CNBC but on Twitter, too. I don't know if Mr. Carney knows what he's getting into by growing this beard. He's crossing a line. Everyone on the street knows you don't try to grow a beard that will upstage Bernanke's beard. It's fine for Hollywood types to grow beards when they're going through a crisis, as
trader shorting the NFLX, Whitney Tilson, to get out while he could, as the stock is only going to go up. Now, what with Netflix going global with streaming, you can see why. The question is, what other company can step in and stop Netflix from cornering the market on direct to TV streaming and movie delivery? There doesn't seem to be one.
$8.5 billion in a settlement. I wonder if he bailed out before this news....? The stock popped on this news after all. Well, CNBC's Kate Kelly is also saying that Paulson may regret selling his BAC shares after this news. Is this odd? Yes. Doesn't really seem like much of a story. Seems more like waffling on the
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