David Dreman’s views on Occupy Wall Street Movement

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David Dreman, Dreman Value Management, discusses his feelings about the Occupy Wall Street Movement, He feels the bad guys here were the investment banks, and that things haven’t changed very much since the downturn. He also discusses capitalism’s inherent flaws and the need for control over corporations–that the regulations in place need to be reinforced. He’s not a fan of Alan Greenspan. Also, he discusses the ongoing budget negotiations and the idea that Warren Buffett is buying.

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