1. Some Moneytalk listeners say they are very tired of Brinker constantly having guests on who talk about what caused the financial meltdown of 2008-2009. Here are FrankJ's suggestions for Mr. Brinker:
I didn't listen to the interview with the author on Sunday, but I for one am getting tired of these Wall Street books, so here are some suggestions for third hour guests along with topics:
1) Rod Blagoevich: The Role of State Government in Senate Appointments.
2) Charlie Rangel: The Importance of Accurate Personal Financial Disclosure Statements.
3) Chris Dodd: How You Can Get the Best Possible Mortgage.
4) Tim Geithner: Does the Federal Income Tax Code Need Simplification?
5) Eddie Bernice Johnson: Where to Find Scholarship Money for Your Friends and Relatives.
2. It seems like Bob Brinker is almost retired now. Beginning June 6th, Moneytalk is broadcast on Sundays only, but since then Brinker has only worked 2 out of every 3 Sundays. Here's how his schedule looks:
June 6th: Bob BrinkerSo perhaps in his spare time, Brinker will want to write a book or publish some articles. If so, here are some title suggestions that he might use:
June 13th: Neale Godfrey
June 20th: Bob Brinker
June 27th: Bob Brinker
July 4th: Lynn Jimenez
July 11th: Bob Brinker
July 18th: Bob Brinker
July 25th: Lynn Jimenez
August 1st: Bob Brinker
August 8th: Bob Brinker
August 15th: Lynn Jimenez
August 22nd: Bob Brinker
August 29th: Bob Brinker
September 5th: Lynn Jimenez
How to convert dollars to pennies through Market Timing, by Bob Brinker.AND:
3. Regarding Bob Brinker's on again-off again-on again secular bear market trends, here is an interpretation of Brinker-speak:
"So in essence: it is not that I was wrong per sey, it is just that I thought a bear was a bull and I told you to buy when you should have sold, anyone can make a simple mistake like that.AND:
And we make all such forecast in my monthly newletter: Da Brink's Market Follies."
[Some have sent more great book titles. Read them here]: