Podcast: Origins of the Housing & Credit Crisis

Monday, October 06, 2008 | 01:30 PM



I did a podcast with James Reese of Radio Economics

James and I had three prior interviews between September 2005 and February 2007.  You can listen to them here or at the iTunes Music Store.

How accurate were these forecasts -- about markets, the economy, housing, lending and credit?


Barry Ritholtz Answers the Four Fundamental Questions about the Crisis  (October 3, 2008) 

iTunes Music Store Podcast (free)

Radio Economics

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The Treasury Department is now issuing guidelines for money managers who will be buying up the toxic assets from the banks. One of the provisions is that if a money manager takes a kickback from a bank, that will be considered to be unethical behavior. So all you taxpayers out there can just relax.

Posted by: DL | Oct 6, 2008 1:46:18 PM

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