Don Coxe webcast – updated (November 6, 2009)

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Don Coxe has updated his popular webcast on November 6. You can access the recording here or from the sidebar of the Investment Postcards site (the column on the right-hand side) by clicking on Don’s photograph.

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7 comments to Don Coxe webcast – updated (November 6, 2009)

  • Thom Mitchell

    Will you also please publish a transcript of Donald Coxe’s webcast? I think a lot of him and am very interested in his current asset allocation; however, my time is rather limited, so I will not take an hour to listen to his video.

    Thanks for your consideration.

    Thom

  • Thom: There is unfortunately not a transcription of the weekly webcast available. I also do not have a facility to transcribe the audio. Although less regular, Don’s Basic Points reports provide a hard copy overview of his views. I post these on the site as and when they appear.

  • rfk

    Hello,

    fyi: the Don Coxe’s link often does not display on Internet Explorer 6, sometimes I can mouse over where the picture is supposed to be but not always.

    Thank you

  • Rod: I am aware of the Coxe link being problematic on older versions of IE. However, I find it works well on IE8 and on Firefox (which requires a plug-in to be downloaded).

  • bill

    This connection refers to last weeks conference call.(oct 30) not Nov 6.
    This is the second time this happens.
    Please try to correct this problem.
    I always appreciate Mr Don Coxe ‘s comments.
    Regards.

  • Bill: When I click the link I connect to November 6. The direct link is: http://events.startcast.com/events6/122/C0018/Event.aspx. The heading, as well as the first sentence of the recording, says November 6. I suspect some older versions of Internet Explorer have compatibility problems. Please also try connecting via Firefox.

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