I believe one of the highest hurdles we have to elevating the level of 'sense on cents' within our nation is the very fact that we live 'in the moment and for the moment.' How can we achieve a greater sense of perspective on the shortcomings and failings we have had in the past so we can recognize them in the future?
Perhaps even more importantly, how can we be simply be more aware of past failings so we can more effectively navigate the economic landscape? Should we rely strictly on our financial media, our financial regulators, and our political operatives to protect our interests? Do not be so naive. We have to do better than that. We need to take personal control and pay personal attention to our own well being. How can we do that? Welcome to Sense on Cents.
In an attempt to more effectively spread the 'sense on cents', I have cleaned out some links here at the site which were not actively monitored. Additionally, I have added a Video link which highlights a few media appearances I have had over the last eighteen months. I do try to pride myself on perpetually pursuing truth, transparency, and integrity throughout our economy and our markets. On that note, I would like to highlight the material provided at this Video link. I write,
My pursuit of truth, transparency, and integrity while navigating our economic landscape is evidenced primarily via my regular writing here at Sense on Cents. In addition to my library of written work, however, I also have an extensive body of work and fabulous material archived in 65 hour long internet radio interviews with a wide array of fabulous professionals. Those interviews are retained here at my site at the No Quarter RadioSense on Cents with Larry Doyle link. Lastly, I have pursued the aforementioned virtues in the midst of media appearances on Fox Business and CNBC. Enjoy!!
>> Fox Business on September 3, 2009: discussing the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) in an 18-minute interview with fellow guests, former SEC chair Harvey Pitt, attorney Richard Greenfield,and Madoff investors Ronnie Sue and Dominic Ambrosino.
(If you watch only one of these videos, please take the time to watch the 18 minute clip highlighted above. The allegations made by Attorney Greenfield may leave you speechless but simultaneously incensed.)
>>CNBC on March 2, 2010: discussing Goldman Sachs. (GS: 175.00 +3.43 +2.00%)
>>CNBC on November 24, 2010 discussing insider trading scandal.
Excuse me for a little shameless self-promotion BUT the fact is I strongly believe the questions I ask and the points I raise in the midst of these appearances are consistent with my mission here. Additionally, where are the media, financial regulators, and politicians in terms of AGGRESSIVELY pursuing these virtues?
Bang the drum and spread the "Sense on Cents!!"