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Host : David Reavill
Are you tired of TV hosts yelling, and bulls running?

Had enough of the same tired advice delivered over and over again?

Want a serious discussion of the issues facing you and your financial future?

Then you've come to the right place!

The Cyber Advisor looks at the people and events that move the financial markets and shape our economy.

Host David Reavill presents solid analysis and heart-felt opinion on why we got where we are, and how we can survive.

Recent Episodes
 

The New Normal
What is the new normal in the US Economy? Slower growth, higher unemployment and more government regulation. We'll hear from the man who predicted this. Then, we look at the far reach of Greece’s economic woes,, as people ask if their own country has gone too far. Plus, A look at the fastest growing segment of investing: quantitative investing.
 

An International Game of Telephone
The Cyber Advisor explains how liquidity in the financial system is declining as Central Banks begin to withdraw their stimulus. Then, learn what its like for the regional bankers, in an environment of increasing governmental regulation and taxes. Plus, how are Fannie and Freddie fairing these days.
 

The Sovereign Debt
The markets this week focused on “Sovereign Debt.” From an investor’s point of view, that’s primarily the bonds and associated debt instruments of European Countries. For the past month all eyes have been on Greece, this week the markets began to evaluate Spain.
 

The Week that Was in the Financial World
The head of Lloyd’s of London has reservations about new regulations, because mis-directed reform can have unintended consequences. Then, an in-depth look at the troubles facing Greece. And a busy week in Washington only translates to a ho-hum as far as Wall Street is concerned.
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We know that these are difficult times for most investors.

Recent years have seen the greatest destruction of wealth in history. Markets reeled, and our country's financial center was shaken to its core. We all have a great deal of concern over our future.

Gone are the safe assumptions of past years. Mountain-charts, passive investing and a clear path to retirement seem a distant memory. Our survival will require a new, hard- headed approach to investing, a realistic look at our economy.

This new approach to investing begins with real reporting of the facts, and a real discussion of where those facts will lead.

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