Be assured that it has nothing to do with having money to invest in the stock market. For our Heavenly Father seems bound and determined to have me and my family live by faith and not by sight [2Corinthians 5:7] by having us live from paycheck to paycheck—quite literally. Nonetheless, I have found myself being more and more attracted to the programming that [CNBC] has to offer.
On the surface, there is a lot more going on there than just what could be assumed. For like it or not, business and government are joined at the hip—if only for the reason that it hard to keep productivity at the optimum when enemy tanks are rolling down the street in front of the plant. Subsequently, a lot of politics is discussed.
Of course, the main topic of conversation is economics, but aside from politics, this also involves product lines, marketing, financing, energy availability, workforce readiness and even the weather. In other words, EVERYTHING effects business trends in one way or another. Therefore, EVERYTHING is at least touched upon during a typical broadcast day.
Another thing that I have found rather attractive about the CNBC reporting is that it is generally very politically-neutral. That is, except for [The Kudlow Report].
Furthermore, I have not noticed them making a whole lot of mistakes. Of course, it helps when you don’t really understand half of what they are talking about.
However, there was one when time when one of the rotating panelists on [Fast Money] boldly announced (three times, no less!) the headline for an upcoming segment, “The great Brazilian beer company…”
In all fairness, I think that it had to be more of an inside joke than pure stupidity. For I would think that such a high-profile analyst would know that [Budweiser] is actually a brand name of [Anheiser-Busch], who is now owned by [InBev], which is more of a Beligian company than a Brazilian one.
It still irritated the snot out of me. For our Heavenly Father has yet to remove all of my nationalist pride, and adding all the more to that particular [thorn] is that Anheiser-Busch owns my beloved [St. LouisCardinals], which would make it a Belgian baseball team in a technical sense, I suppose. Not that I have anything against Belgium, but…
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