Ray on call to Bloomberg today over market crises!

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http://anatrader07.wordpress.com/2010/05/10/on-call-to-bloomberg-asia-confidential-over-market-volatility/jr-on-the-phone.jpg On call to Bloomberg Asia Confidential over Market Volatility

May 10, 2010 Idkit_Ana

Owing to the recent financial crises,  both CNBC and Bloomberg have called on Ray Barros to give his  opinion.

Today, Ray has been on Asia Confidential this morning on Bloomberg TV.

Also Jim Rogers but he gave his opinion over the telephone…

Here goes:

May 10 (Bloomberg) — Ray Barros, chief executive officer of Ray Barros Trading Group, talks with Bloomberg’s Susan Li about his forecast for global stocks.

Speaking from Singapore, Barros also discusses the outlook for the euro, yen, oil prices and gold. Bloomberg’s Zeb Eckert also speaks. (Source: Bloomberg)

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=newsarchive&sid=akmBRYUV9ESE

May 10 (Bloomberg) — Jim Rogers, chairman of Rogers Holdings, talks with Bloomberg’s Susan Li about China’s currency policy.

Rogers, speaking from Singapore, also discusses the prospects for a bailout of Greece, the outlook for the euro, and his investment strategy for global stocks and commodities. Rogers spoke before Portuguese Finance Minister Fernando Teixeira dos Santos said the International Monetary Fund will contribute up to 220 billion euros for the European stabilization fund. (Source: Bloomberg)

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=newsarchive&sid=a_ByzwVUf.kI

Idkit

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5 thoughts on “Ray on call to Bloomberg today over market crises!”

  1. jim rogers, as much as i respect him as one of the greatest trader around, if one would to follow his style of trading, i would be out of biz sooner than later.

    when he says he has no short in the stock market, or just starting to short, i will take it as a bullish sign to the market.

  2. Hi Ray,

    Saw you on Blooomber TV last night giving your market analysis for various markets. Very informative. Thanks you. You mentioned one comment that I found very useful but did not have time to jot it down. You were talking about how we still need to see how quantitative easing hit main street, a.k.a. the banks start lending again before the fed raises rates. You said a way to monitor this is by monitoring the reserves held at the Fed by the major banks. Is there a chart that display this on the Fed website? I found a data download section “Aggregate Reserves of Depository Institution and the Monetary Base (H.3)” would that provide the data i need.

  3. Hi Ray,

    So from this graph how can you tell when banks start lending to main street, will the value start trending lower, say below 2,000?

    Just order your book online, looking forward to reading it this weekend.

    Cheers!

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