Anonymous Change And The Market Outlook

We continue our series of short podcasts this week with Russ Winter talking about the group Anonymous and the beginning of the process of real reform of the US economic kleptocracy. Lee Adler examines the current technical and financial liquidity conditions for expecting severe change in the market in the months ahead.

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  4 comments for “Anonymous Change And The Market Outlook

  1. Bruce Berger
    June 14, 2011 at 8:10 pm

    Hi lee I am a subscriber to the podcast. I enjoyed the old format much more. I miss the banter between you and Russ which usually led to spontaneous exchanges. I hope this feedback helps and look forward to the old podcast coming back. Thanks

    • June 15, 2011 at 12:42 pm

      Thanks Bruce. The production of an hour long podcast recording was an overwhelming job taking many hours and that time is no longer available. The podcasts are much easier to produce in the short format. We’re going to stick with it for a while. Maybe once a week in the short podcast we can have more of a free for all like in the good old days!

      I’ve also learned from people in the industry that long form podcasts have a marketability problem, something which I can attest to.

  2. supert
    June 16, 2011 at 5:08 am

    Hi Lee, I also preferred the old format, for the same reasons.

  3. June 20, 2011 at 1:00 pm

    I liked it too. But the time required to produce them really makes it infeasible to continue in that format at our current level of subscribership. The smaller formats can actually be produced much more quickly, for posting within a couple of hours of recording as opposed to the next day. That makes the information more timely and topical. We’re hoping that the new format will allow and encourage more people to subscribe.

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