CNBC's Morning Call appearance

Wednesday, January 23, 2008 | 04:45 PM
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Here are the 3 videos from todays appearance:

Wheres the Bottom? 11:00am
Wheres_the_bottom


The Last Call  11:55am
Final_thoughts

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Quotes:

"Getting close to a tradeable low, and an 8%, 10%, 12% bounce. Slowly legging in for the trade"
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Sentiment is at an extreme negative level, and Liquidity is high, those two factors support a trading bottom."

Who said I was a perma-bear?

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I hardly got a word in edgewise here, but the argument between Steven Liesman and Rick Santelli is very funny:   Fed to the Rescue (11:20am )

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Saw you on TV, you looked good. The only reporter on CNBC that has a lick of sense and credibility is Santelli because he gets the big picture. No pun intended.

Posted by: Pat Gorup | Jan 23, 2008 4:50:29 PM

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