Video - Tom Petrie with Erin Burnett - April 20, 2011
Just back from a trip to the middle east, Tom Petrie, Bank of America Merrill Lynch vice chairman, with his perspective on the future price of oil, and impact of global supply and demand.
Full Disclosure: I worked with Tom Petrie on Wall Street in 1990-91. Smart and connected, now with over 4 decades of experience, and more time spent on a rig than any other analyst. Ran his own firm based out of Denver for a long, long time - Petrie Parkman. If you're long, look to exit on any spike.
Fine Gael Is A Joke: Max Keiser Talks Revolution And Burning Bank Bondholders Straight To The Irish People
Video - Max Keiser on Tonight With Vincent Browne (Pt. 1 of 5) - April 14, 2011
Max Keiser brought his anti-bankster revolution to Irish television last week. Two amazing things about this: a) Max got to bring his message, live, to a national, mainstream audience, and b) Max and the other panelists spent the entire hour talking about how to burn bank bondholders. Better yet, by the end of the show, just about everyone, including the host, agreed -- Fine Gael is a joke and Ireland has no choice but to let the banks and their bondholders take their medicine. Great stuff. Several more clips inside.
Ken Lewis says 'thanks for the bonus billions, suckers.'
Video - Matt Taibbi with Cenk - April, 15, 2010
Alyona Minkovski with Dennis Kucinich - April 18, 2011
Video - Text from Youtube - The IRS released data that tracked the tax returns of the 400 highest gross incomes. In '95, the richest 400 Americans paid on average, about 30% of their income in federal taxes and their combined wealth was just over 6 billion dollars in '95, and by 2007 it was almost 23 billion. Thanks to the loopholes and breaks within our system, 45% of US households will pay no federal income tax this year. How do we fix this clearly broken system? U.S. Congressman Dennis Kucinich of Ohio weighs in.
This actor is convincing and extremely popular on Youtube. His video on the stimulus has 4 million views. I take issue with some of his beliefs (not really discussed in this clip but in others I've seen), but he understands the bailouts, which is nice. We say it all the time (cuz we only post great stuff), but this clip is outstanding.
- "Bailing out failure and taxing success."