The podcast for my show from Sunday, May 18, 2014 is now available. This program like all of them are broken into four segments.Segment one is an overview of the titanic battle currently going on over the regulation of the internet by the Federal Communications Commission. At the heart of the matter is the concept of “net neutrality,” which simply means every bit of data is treated equally on the internet. Like in most situations, regulators are trying to play catch-up with the real world of what is happening on the internet. In this battle you have the large companies that dominate the plumbing of the internet in a battle with content providers. Ultimately, the battle will be won via lobbying and litigation (like most things in Washington DC.)
Segment two and three are a review of a recent article by Paul Merriman of Marketwatch entitled, “Beat Warren Buffett at his own game.” It is an interesting article by Merriman that calls into question the track record of Buffett via three questions. In the segment, I spend time expanding on Merriman’s thoughts and how his questions are relevant towards all of Wall Street.
Segment four is just a quick hello and goodbye since the time was so short. You will notice that two of my earlier segments are quite long!
Hope you enjoy this program.