TheStreet.com's Real Story
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Every day after the last trade closes on Wall Street, TheStreet.com gives you The Real Story on what's really happening in the economy and the scoop on the people and events moving the financial markets. Every business day our network of stock experts go behind the headlines with newsmakers to give you an extra edge in your investing and trading.
||"The Inside Advantage", Rising Dividends, "Better Under Pressure", Flavor Flav||Guests include Thomas Cameron, portfolio manager for the Rising Dividend Growth Fund, Robert Bloom, author of "The Inside Advantage", Justin Menkes, author of "Better Under Pressure" and Flavor Flav, author of "Flavor Flav: The Icon The Memoir"||5/27/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||Small Cap Stars, Breakout Stocks, "Force of Nature", Peter Schiff||Guests include George Young, portfolio manager for the Villere Balanced Fund, Bryan Ashenberg, TheStreet's Breakout Stocks portfolio manager, Ed Humes, author of "Force of Nature" and Peter Schiff, president of Euro-Pacific Capital||5/26/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||Sterling National Bank CEO, "The Ten Trillion Dollar Gamble", "Little Bets"||Guests include John Millman, CEO of Sterling National Bank, Russ Koesterich, author of "The Ten Trillion Dollar Gamble" and Peter Sims, author of "Little Bets"||5/25/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||"Nice Girls Don't Get It", Eurozone Collapse, Demographic Trends, SeaCube Container||Guests include Lois Frankel, author of "Nice Girls Just Don't Get It", Matthias Kuhlmey, managing director at HighTower, Barnaby Levin, managing director at HighTower and Stephen Bishop, COO at SeaCube Container Leasing||5/24/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||Convertible Bonds, Stocks Under $10, Action Alerts Plus||Guests include Ed Silverstein, portfolio manager for the MainStay Convertible Fund, Stephanie Link, Director of Research at TheStreet and David Peltier, TheStreet's Stocks Under $10 portfolio manager||5/23/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
Frank the Tank
Frank's show is great! I love the recap of the days events. I'm at work and can't always follow everything as closely as I would like. He works hard, answers all of his emails, tells you like it is, no sugar coating. Has some great guests that are top notch at what they do. I like to hear an honest opinion on the market from a really bright unbiased person. He's not trying to sell you his own agenda, or trying to get you to buy buy buy stocks because he needs more commisions in his life. Frank will say "hey that guy is way off, he has no idea of what he's talking about" or "what the hell is the government doing right now" and critique it from an unbiased view. Wish I had started listening to him before this credit crash, I would have saved a lot of money. We all want to hear about the bright optomistic outlook on our stocks, but he's great at pointing out the more realistic potential risks and troubles areas in these crazy times. I give him a thumbs up.
The Real Story - Life after Aaron
Expect the number of downloaders to fall off over the next couple of weeks as listeners realise that Frank Curzio cannot live up to the high standards set by Task. Gone is the level of understanding matched by humility, wit and curiosity. In with ... well, just listen once to Curzio and you'll be switching Nightly Business Report from PBS. All of this is a great shame as Task had really carved out an excellent niche in delivering near real time analysis and context of the markets.
Brilliant source of news
I recommend this podcast to anyone who is too busy during the day to keep up with what is happening on Wall Street. It is published each and every business day and Aaron does a fantastic job of broadcasting the most influential happenings of the day. Again, this is a must have for anyone who is too busy during the day to keep up with the financial world.