On “CBS This Morning” co-hosts Charlie Rose and Norah O’Donnell were talking about the falling price of gold with contributor Melody Hobson. The discussion turned to how gold has been sold over the years, on radio and TV. Those tactics even came under congressional scrutiny (by, as it turns out, the guy now running for NYC mayor). That led Rose to chime in: “I tend not to take stock advice from television.” Rose not only hosts a show on CBS, but also on business news channel Bloomberg.
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