Radio Free Wall Street Free Edition 9/23/09

Lee Adler and Russ Winter discuss the key economic releases of the day,  the Wall Street spin, and the reality, in this pilot for a new series of short podcasts available on a non subscription basis. These podcasts will eventually be posted 2-3 times weekly at mid day on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday.  Join us for our regular extended weekly podcasts for subscribers on Thursday evenings.

Scroll down to view the charts discussed in this podcast.


Click here to join the Radio Free Wall Street subscription series for extended weekly discussions of  the markets as well as specific strategies to preserve and grow your capital.

Russ and Lee will also give extended insights into their work for subscribers to the Wall Street Examiner Professional Edition, and Russ Winter’s Actionable.


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4 comments for “Radio Free Wall Street Free Edition 9/23/09

  1. idoc
    September 24, 2009 at 4:11 pm

    what is this you guys? are you gonna just do FREE podcasts but not the regular Thursday podcast for us paid subscribers? thats not fair.

  2. Brian Benson
    September 24, 2009 at 5:52 pm

    The paid podcast is usually posted late on Thursday. I’m a subscriber and I like the additional free podcasts. I would imagine that Lee is just trying to show people that its worth paying for the podcasts.

  3. September 24, 2009 at 5:52 pm


    The Thursday poddroppings are now called Radio Not Free WallStreet.

    See new link:

    …just kidding.

  4. Lee Adler
    September 25, 2009 at 10:12 am

    We have a small number of loyal subscribers. The attrition rate is virtually zero, which is unheard of in this business, and we sincerely appreciate that loyalty. The addition of the short free podcasts covering mostly material that we do not cover in our subscription casts, will hopefully broaden the market.

    Defbear, yes, I have long been aware of the irony. 😉

    Help us build an audience. Spread the links around!

    Thanks for your support.

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