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Meet the Boom Bust Prophet

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Published on Sep 25, 2012

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Reggie Middleton is the founder of Boom Bust Blog, one of the most popular financial blogs in the world. Millions of people visit Boom Bust Blog daily for hard-hitting analytical reports and blog posts that give them insight, foreknowledge, and financial truth about what is really happening in the fast-changing world of economics and business. Boom Bust Blog is so spot-on that it has the captive attention of UBS, Citibank, Morgan Stanley, Deloitte, Citadel, central banks (including the European Central Bank and the Central Bank of Canada), the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Hartford, and General Growth Properties.

The inner workings of international finance, banking, and business are becoming more and more complex. Reggie Middleton explains them in a way that makes them accessible to anyone who wants to be in front of what's happening before it happens. His understanding of markets, experience of financial analysis, and focus on the fundamentals allows him to see the writing on the wall when others don't. Mr. Middleton called the fall of Bear Stearns, gave advanced warning about Lehman Brothers before anyone saw it coming, the fall of the real estate market, and the collapse of General Growth Properties.

In this conversation, we get into his rarefied field of understanding and ask him hard-hitting questions about the state of Europe, China, the US economy, global markets, and mobile computing wars between Apple and Google, and ask him to explain many distinctions in finance that even seasoned professionals often miss.

Reggie Middleton hits it out of the park. If you want to stay out of harm's way and make money, tune in.

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