- Title: James Fried 01-14-2010.mp3
First Segment from about 5:03 to 5:09
OJ Whatley – time piece market maker and CEO of WatchuWant, Inc. A firm that specializes in new, pre-owned and exotic luxury watches including Panerai, Rolex and Cartier. OJ will discuss what is hot, the latest models and styles, buy v. trade and other trends in the luxury watch market.
Second Segment from about 5:10 to 5:14
Jim Fried, MBA and President of Sandstone Realty Advisors discusses current loans he is closing, what IS getting done in the market and what to expect in 2010 from the financing market. SBA loans will be discussed as well as community bank financing, private lenders and what they are seeking and how some of the recapitalized banks are making their mark.
Third Segment from about 5:15 to 5:20
Mickey Schleien, CFA and Senior Vice President – Equity Research for Ladenburg Thalmann. Discusses his thoughts on the Miami based technology firm Terremark WorldWide, Inc (TMRK). Based in the firm’s Miami headquarters, he provides equity research coverage as a generalist. Mr. Schleien is an Institutional Investor-ranked equity analyst who has covered companies in a variety of industries including telecom, Internet and telecom equipment.
Fourth Segment from about 5:21 to 5:34
Clifford A. Schulman Principal Share Holder in the Miami office of Greenberg Traurig and the firm’s Co-Chair, National Environmental and Land Development Practice. With more than 36 years experience in the legal profession, Cliff has wide-ranging and broad experience in the environmental and land use field from both the government and private sectors. Cliff discusses the controversial Amendment 4 (Home Town Democracy).
Fifth Segment from about 5:35 to 5:54
Michael H. Merino, Esq. of the Law Office of Michael H Merino, P. A. — South Florida’s premier foreclosure defense firm. Mike discusses new trends he is seeing including: What you need to do if you have been served with foreclosure papers, strategic defaults buy homeowners with homes valued in the $1million+ and the pending “commercial sub-prime meltdown”.
Editorial about 5:55
Jim Fried discusses his thoughts on social networking on the internet.