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SUZE ORMAN

Post by chaz » Thu Apr 05, 2007 1:23 pm

Tonight, 4-5-07, Suze Orman will have a show on public television to help women with investing.
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Post by White Coat Investor » Thu Apr 05, 2007 1:29 pm

chaz wrote:Tonight, 4-5-07, Suze Orman will have a show on public television to help women with investing.
Doesn't she have a show on television EVERY DAY to help women with investing? Is the news that it is on PBS rather than whatever it was on before?
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Post by chaz » Thu Apr 05, 2007 1:42 pm

No, she is not on that frequently in my town! Sorry if the news offended you emerg doc. [/quote]
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Post by Nitsuj » Thu Apr 05, 2007 1:45 pm

No CNBC in your town?

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Post by White Coat Investor » Thu Apr 05, 2007 2:21 pm

chaz wrote:No, she is not on that frequently in my town! Sorry if the news offended you emerg doc.
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No offense, just didn't understand what the big deal was. The last time I had a chance to take in much TV it seemed she was on each evening.
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Post by SpringMan » Thu Apr 05, 2007 3:38 pm

The PBS show was different than her weekly CNBC show. She is trying to help women in the PBS special. I think her latest book is on that topic. I like Suze and have watched her CNBC shows in the past. I would not call her a diehard. She does not like bond funds. She prefers that people own the individual bonds and hold them to maturity. Got to admire her for recenly coming out of the closet. I do think she tended to give advice to women callers to dump their boyfriends/husbands a little too frequently. Some were obviously bums, but breaking off relationships is not always the answer. I admit I did not watch the PBS special. I like her saying, people first, then money, then things.
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