"Rotting assets and manufactured earnings" HOT Meridith Whitney trashes banks

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by cgtrader, May 12, 2009.

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  2. I doubt she'll be back on CNBC anytime soon...
  3. Funny...too bad Merideth didn't give the proper Q's to the interviewer ahead of time.
  4. She may be "hot" after having drunk several beers. :cool:
  5. ASav


    good post. Thanks.
  6. piitb
  7. Never seen that type of negativity on CNBC. Agreed, she will never be back.
  8. Can CNBC afford not to have her back? When she speaks, people listen.
  9. She is 100% right. Nothing improved in fundamentals. Infact, look at the latest unemployment numbers. Barely improved, and was ofset by 60k + gov. jobs. If that isn't the magic hand of the government then I don't know what is.
  10. Daal


    Its good to know that at least one sector of US manufacturing is doing well. Nice green shoot here
    #10     May 13, 2009