Last night we spoke with Edward Harrison (@edwardnh) who blogs at Credit Writedowns and is also a frequent contributor at naked capitalism on StockTwits TV Edward is a long-time blogger with a global perspective on the economy and financial markets.  We had a blast talking about the implications of the Microsoft deal for Skype, the ways in which a Greek debt restructuring could take place and why it is that the powers that be become wedded to particular policy paths.  You can view the video in its entirety below:

Items mentioned in the above video:

Why don’t big tech stocks pay higher dividends?  (Credit Writedowns)

Jeremy Grantham is lightening up on stocks.  (Credit Writedowns)

Three views on a potential Greek debt restructuring.  (Credit Writedowns, ibid, ibid)

Confirmation bias and why we become wedded to particular views.  (Credit Writedowns, ibid)

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