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Jun 10, 2009 7:56 am

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An irreverent Wall Street Blog
by Bill Singer Subscribe to RSS Feed: Blog Home | Past Entries Bill Singer to Appear this Sunday June 14th on Written: June 9, 2009

Join Larry Doyle every Sunday night at 8 p.m. ET for an hour's worth of internet talk radio about the economy, markets and global finance. 
Call in, ask questions, and share thoughts as we navigate the economic landscape.
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Sense on Cents Blog Talk Radio Link (live and archived programs):

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nqr/2009/06/15/NQRs-Sense-on-Cents-with-Larry-Doyle

This Sunday, June 14, 2009 at 8:10PM ET

Larry's guest will be veteran Wall Street regulatory lawyer and market reform advocate Bill Singer

shareholder in the Securities Practice Group of the law firm Stark & Stark

Publisher of http://BrokeAndBroker.com  

Publisher of http://RRBDLaw.com

Columnist and Member of Forbes.com's Intelligent Investing Panel

Bill and Larry promise a no-holds-barred conversation about the recent meltdown of our financial system:

What role did inept regulation and incompetent regulators play in allowing the tragedy to unfold and proceed?

Should the present regulatory system be salvaged, or demolished and replaced with a new scheme?

A major part of the regulation of Wall Street is done by a so-called self-regulator whose rules and Board members are voted on only by its member firms -- is this still a good idea?  

Why don't powerful industry interests want the job of stockbroker to be "professionalized" along the lines of medical doctors, lawyers, and CPAs?

Sense on Cents Blog Talk Radio Link (live and archived programs):

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nqr/2009/06/15/NQRs-Sense-on-Cents-with-Larry-Doyle

This Sunday, June 14, 2009 at 8:10PM ET

VISIT WALL STREET'S LEADING ONLINE COMMUNITY
BrokeAndBroker.com

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