Wall Street aside, women are generally more level-headed when it comes to finances and more focused on saving for the future.We weigh our options and think things over, while men act with their gut and can be prone to make rash decisions.5.Between banking, which he said had become "a criminal enterprise," and what he called "the unadulterated idiocy of the entire government," his show began to reflect his belief that the country was "completely screwed." But he kept at it: "I tried to use my rhetorical power and my platform to prosecute this stuff at four in the afternoon on MSNBC," he says, "and it wasn't working." And as the great shouter's frustration grew, his profile rose and his bosses were happy.(You Tube clips titled "Dylan Ratigan Loses It" and its variations have been viewed nearly a million times.) "I was exhibiting more and more aggressive behavior in a more public forum," he says, "and that was beneficial in the short term and utterly self-destructive in the long term." Ratigan could have kept building his big, shiny New York life: There'd be raises and ratings victories.—Homer Simpson Toy badges may not be on most little girls' wish lists, but maybe they should be: Studies show that women cops may be more trustworthy, less corruptible and less likely to rely on physical force than their male counterparts, making them better at defusing violent situations. Lima, Peru, is teeming with crime and has a police corruption problem, as does the Russian city of Volgograd. In seven out of the eight attributes, including honesty—considered the most important for politicians—respondents described women as equal to or better than men, usually by a large margin.
But after mortgage-backed securities started melting down and the rotten core of the financial system was revealed, Ratigan was feeling fraudulent – just another loudmouth cheering on players in a rigged game.
Why is Dan Abrams, the legal guy from TV, writing about women?
I've been repeatedly asked this question, and it's entirely fair.
In what will someday be considered a golden era of outraged TV ranting, few showed more promise than Ratigan.
He was born for a bull market – hyperarticulate, effortlessly chummy, as fluent in Wharton nerd as he was in broker bro.