just discovered Wall Street Uncut, and it is outstanding. Dave Allman
is by far the most knowledgeable interviewer on Wall Street."
"Excellent interviews, great
collection of people. I really like your interviewing style and
the people you interview always seem to say its the best interview
they've ever had! I like the details and specifics and the expounding
of ideas rather than just, "what's your tech stock du jour?"
Your site's a great example of why I love the internet. The mass
broadcast market just doesn't do the kind of detailed, in-depth
interviews you do. I really enjoy it."
"I absolutely love listening
to your show. I often stay up late to work on job proposals and
would like to thank you for the fascinating conversations you
have. I enjoy the sense of humor you are able to inject to the
interview. How can one not be compelled to listen to an interview
that is previewed with mention of "Kama Sutra". Real
life stories such as that of Dick Diamond are incredibly refreshing.
Unfortunately I fell into the category of "Average Investor"
before learning about the Elliott wave. Hearing how they overcame
their initial setbacks is very encouraging to those of us who
made all of the initial rookie mistakes."
3 Think Communications
"I enjoy your show Wall
Street Uncut immensely. I believe I have listened to every
one, some of them twice. I like to hear the opinions which are
too "unorthodox" for the main stream "bubble-vision,"
and to be able to hear the voices of some people whom I know only
look forward to the interviews each Friday like a favorite TV
program (of which I have very few!)"
program, I like the format and the guests are the best of the
great and timely interview."
thought I would listen to the interviews of your guests mainly
to learn something new about Elliott wave. However, in addition
to that I find myself smiling and laughing."
list of past interviews is growing like a list of "Whos
who" in conventional and unconventional market analysis.
What seems to be missing from the 1990s market is this personality
color which has been replaced with the businesslike gurus. You
can now find the "color" in Wall Street Uncut."
program, one of the best!"
W. Bishop Jordan
President Kway Engineering
up the good work. These interviews are excellent. Your choice
of interviewees is superb."
President/Treasurer Cranton Homes Inc.
Street Uncut just keeps getting better! I've been listening
a while now, and I love the fact that you keep a handful of interviews
on the web site still so I can catch one I missed while on vacation,
or go back a few weeks later and listen again where I feel there's
more to be gleaned from it."
informative and courageous!"
remind me of the old FNN network on television before CNBC. It
is always interesting to hear different opinions than buy and
wanted to let you know that your show is wonderfully entertaining
and informative. As a college student studying finance it is good
to hear some contrarian views about economics and the financial
markets. It is very easy to get swept away by the prevailing bullish
sentiment of Wall Street investment houses. Keep it going!
just recently discovered Wall Street Uncut. I just
want to tell you I think theyre terrific! They stimulate
my thinking: theyre amusing, informative, and most unusual.
kudos on your show, Wall Street Uncut. Your choice
of guests is superb. I dont know how to say this delicately
but so many of the financial analysts on TV and radio seem like
drones. However, each one of your guests seemed vibrant and living
very creatively. I am very glad Im wired in to the best
work that is being done on Wall Street!
Lawrence S. Taylor
University of Rochester