Welcome to Herb on TheStreet

Dear Readers,

Little known fact: When I was first writing the "Herb on TheStreet" column for TheStreet in 1998 Dow Jones protested. They claimed it was a rip-off of Heard on the Street. TheStreet fought back with a simple argument: My name is Herb and I write for TheStreet.

Which gets us to where we are today: The formal return of Herb on TheStreet at TheStreet.

This is where you'll find pretty much everything I do in 140 characters or more. Below this piece is pretty much everything I've written since I rejoined TheStreet. Above - everything new. Once the Reality Check newsletter starts, you'll also find light versions of what appear in the newsletter. It'll be a juggle that will evolve.

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Thanks for your patronage,

-- Herb

-- Written by Herb Greenberg

Herb Greenberg, editor of Herb Greenberg's Reality Check, is a contributor to CNBC. He does not own shares, short or trade shares in an individual corporate security.

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