Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Carpe Diem on Kudlow and Company

Carpe Diem got mentioned on CNBC's "Kudlow and Company" for the third night in a row, here is the link to a 9:37 segment from tonight's show; Carpe Diem is mentioned at about 4:30!

FYI, Larry Kudlow's show has recently gone to a prime time slot at 7 p.m. on CNBC, where he "puts the capital back into capitalism" five nights a week, delivering the message that "free market capitalism is the best path to prosperity."

When it comes to a daily discussion, summary and analysis of the most important business, economic and financial news, it doesn't get any better than "Kudlow and Company."

BTW, the entire CNBC schedule, including "Kudlow and Company," is available on Sirius Satellite radio, I listen to Larry's show in my car, since I am never home by 7 p.m.

3 Comments:

At 11/01/2007 3:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

His show is entertaining and moves at a good pace for an interview show. However, he is always backword looking and changes his mind daily on what the fed should or shouldn't do. He judges the economy by Wallstreet/Dow standards but hasn't a clue about Mainstreet economics. He really should take his limo from Manhatten and visit a Walmart.

 
At 11/01/2007 3:18 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, I forgot... Kudlow trumpets free markets, free markets but begs the fed to lower rates when the stock market isn't producing wonderous numbers. Thank you Kudlow and your republican cronies for neutering the dollar.

 
At 11/08/2007 8:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've watched Kudlow regularly for a couple of years. His inclusion of completely divergent points of view is great. He shows amazing leadership in making all guests feel welcome regardless of serious disagreements. I think maybe I might one day begin to understand how the world works and it will be because I was exposed to ladies and gentlemen completely disagreeing about important things and remaing friends! Trust me I'm from Main Street.

 

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