Regulation Nation – Episode 11 – The Mangru Report July 15, 2010Posted by Admin in Market Commentary.
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Does it ever seem to you that the government’s answer to every problem is more regulation. Well then my friend, you must live in a Regulation Nation. In the Regulation Nation segment from Episode 11, the Mangru Report Panel of Experts composed of Armand Grossman (Florida Atlantic University), Lexye Aversa (Professional Touch International), Anthony Pulieri (United Bullion Group), and John Browne (Euro-Pacific Capital) discuss the prevalence of new IPOs in the stock market (Tesla Motors, Primerica, Vera Bradley, Toys R Us) in spite of the financial reform bill. While some look at it as a positive sign for the market, other experts say it might be companies trying to cash out before the next crash comes. Find out this and more on Episode 11′s Regulation Nation segment which was brought to you by The James R. Whelan Agency, “The Most Powerful Name in Advertising”.
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From episode 10 of The Mangru Report, watch Palm Beach Investment Manager and Candidate for Florida Senate Carl Domino for District 25 discuss a second stimulus after President Barack Obama’s Economic Advisor Larry Summers suggested publicly that a new infusion of spending was necessary to the economy.
Domino also discusses in this interview with Dan Mangru topics such as retirement investing, inflation, stocks, bonds, and his thoughts on U.S. tax dollars being spent on illegals. Carl Domino’s firm Carl Domino Inc. currently has over $2 billion in assets after starting with just over $3 million of assets under management during its initial formation. Carl Domino’s opponent in the Republican Florida Senate Primary is Ellyn Bogdanoff.