Rhetorical Analysis of “Information Haves and Have-Nots”

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Business

 

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April 30, 2014

 

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To further strengthen this, Crovitz identifies that “there are now about half as many Wall Street analysts as in 2000.” Now, more than ever, government and politicians are calling for more regulation of these financial institutions, but Crovitz does not see this as the answer. He argues that “regulators can try to put genies back in bottles, but complex financial instruments, when properly used, create value that will only become more commonplace...
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He argues that “regulators can try to put genies back in bottles, but complex financial instruments, when properly used, create value that will only become more commonplace.” Crovitz, who served as the Vice President of the Dow Jones and is currently President of the Dow Jones Consumer Media Group, clearly understands the markets and the impact that analysts and information can have on them...
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