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Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle

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Get an hour's worth of common sense about the economy, the markets, Wall St. and Main St. with Larry Doyle, a Wall St. veteran and NoQuarter USA blog's financial contributor.

2009 was a year unlike any other in our recent history. The developments in Washington, on Wall Street, and around the world were enormous in scope, dynamic in development, but yet unresolved in outcome. Who stood out? Which individuals deserve real praise? Who deserves real scorn? Who talked the talk? Who walked the walk? Who are our real statesmen? Who are phonies and fakers?

This Sunday evening, No Quarter Radio's Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle looks forward to reviewing 2009 and inducting those people, policies, and programs rightfully deserving of entrance into the Sense on Cents Hall of Fame and Hall of Shame.

I would never pretend to think that I can properly cover all of the prospective nominees, so please do not hesitate to submit thoughts and ideas for this show. While we will assuredly have a few laughs, the main point of the show tomorrow evening will be to give a voice and send a message that America is both listening more intently and acting more aggressively in forming our future.

And don't forget . . . if you need some direction navigating the economic landscape, please visit Larry Doyle's blog, Sense on Cents.

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