If you are part of the on-air talent team at CNBC, you must write a book. It's in the contract. The network knows the people want it and why deny the people the musings of these celebrated raconteurs? It'd border on criminal. David Faber and the Jabroni Pony's tomes came out last year, Maria Bartiromo has done two in the last three months, we're told Mark Haines is putting the finishing touches on his memoir, Let Me Tell You What I Really Think Of These People and the latest contribution to literature and understanding comes from Michelle Caruso-Cabrera. You may not know it but this woman has seen a lot in her years in the markets. The nightmare of '73-'74; the joys of being at the ground floor when JWM was gearing up the boys at Solly; the coke-fueled days riding the Nasdaq like a Thai hooker during the late ’90s, then riding it down. She was cutting her teeth trading EM bonds when most of you were crapping yellow, so maybe consider taking a listen.
This thing comes out October 5th but for those among us who can't wait another second, why don't we play a game of "guess what MCC is right about"? You start.