TDI Podcast 171: Michael Santoli (Barron’s) on BUYING BP (BP)

Guest: Mike Santoli, Barron’s has some ideas as to why BP (BP) may be a value play that has legs. We discuss the economy, stocks and even touch on the GM acquisition of a sub-prime lender. Lots of good insight into markets and current technical levels in this episode.

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Michael Santoli is an Associate Editor for Barron‘s, The Dow Jones Business and Financial Weekly. He writes the “Streetwise” column, offering a forward-looking take on the financial markets, illuminating market trends and identifying investment opportunities. Mr. Santoli is a regular on-air contributor to several cable and broadcast networks.

Prior to assuming his current position in November 2006, Mr. Santoli had been a senior editor for Barron‘s since May 2002, writing “The Trader” column, which covered the stock market and investment trends. Previously he had been mutual funds editor for the magazine since March 2000, when he wrote the “Fund of Information” column, edited the quarterly mutual-fund pullout sections and wrote cover stories for the magazine.

In August 1993, Mr. Santoli joined Dow Jones & Company as a reporter for the Dow Jones News Service and covered the securities industry. He moved to Barron‘s in February 1997 as a staff writer and wrote the “Commodities Corner.” In 1998, he began writing the “Striking Price” column, covering the options markets.

Before joining Dow Jones, he worked in New York as a reporter/editor for Investment Dealers‘ Digest from June 1992 through early August 1993.

Mr. Santoli has received two Dow Jones Newswires Awards for distinguished real-time journalism. In 1995, he was a member of a team honored for a series of stories on the demise of D. Blech & Co., and in 1996, he and a colleague received an award for their coverage of the securities industry.

Born in Manhasset, N.Y., Mr. Santoli received a bachelor‘s degree in history from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn.

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