TV. Okay, not going to mince words. I watch a lot of TV. Not as much as actually I used to, but the flat screen is often on (remember, I need noise in the background to work and write and sleep). So, in my many days during my 40 years, I have viewed quite a few different types of shows. Yes, that includes home shopping networks - love it when Joan Rivers is on. And yes, that includes financial shows.
I've tuned into "Mad Money" with Jim Kramer and "The Kudlow Report" with Lawrence Kudlow over on CNBC as well as "Forbes on Fox" and "Cashin' In", "Cavuto" with Neil Cavuto over on Fox. I have yet to try "MONEY with Melissa Francis", but am planning on tuning in sometime soon. But perhaps my favorite show is the one with the Queen of Money herself: Suze Orman on "The Suze Orman show"... I mean, what else would it be called.
There are so many -- you can find one that helps you with what you may be interested in, struggling with, need some professional know-how. For me, I like the shows mainly if I like the person, the host. Now, of course, not all of their advice pertains to me (I'm not investing in stocks or buying gold anytime soon) but it is good to be informed, to learn about the financial goings-ons in our country and the world.
Do you watch any financial shows? What are your favorites?