Gary Moore

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How will the financial crisis ultimately manifest in the marketplace? Gary Moore talks with Jim Blasingame about some of the things he thinks will happen, including increased regulation of the financial industry.
Is Wall Street the tail wagging Main Street's dog? Gary and Jim discuss this and what you and I should think about the economic challenges the global economy is facing.
Should you be buying stocks, selling or hedging. Listen to Gary as he and Jim talk about what's happening in the capital markets and whether he's buying or selling.
Is the market overpriced? Gary talks with Jim about how to invest -- and in what -- when so many stocks are at an all-time high.
Joining Jim during his 9th anniversary week, Gary talks about some of the economic issues we'll have with the new Congressional leadership, and whether we should worry or be excited.
Gary joins Jim to talk about how we should think about our national finaces, including balancing our national debt with our national assets.
Gary and Jim begin their visit talking about what they're thankful for. Next they talk about the conflict between capitalism and serving society, as they reflect on the life and contribution of the late Peter Drucker.
Gary and Jim talk about the current state of investing, which Gary says should be largely out of the U.S. when it comes to stock.
Gary and Jim talk first about the investment wisdom of Sir John Templeton, and then move on to discuss the current debate over Social Security reform.
Gary joins Jim to discuss the country's deficit and what to expect in the next four years after the presidential election.