Irreverent, over-the-top, and smart as a whip, Rob Black personifies the fortune-making spirit of today's marketplace. https://linktr.ee/RobBlack
Wall Street Snooze Fest
The past week on Wall Street, Apple vs Facebook, Tik Tok, Economic impact of COVID, Retire early
Sign Of The Times
Market is down, Apple, Travel and Leisure, Amazon and beauty products
Stock market is down, Cyber security, Patrick O'Hare from Breifing.com, Inflation
Taco Bell wants to offer you a subscription. Vaccine Mandates. Becoming a millionaire. Millennial marketing.
5 Down Days
5 down days on the market , Amazon and the path to the NFL, Retirement advice
Rambling and Gambling
The NFL is back which means gambling is on the rise. 4 straight days of losses on the market, The Housing situation, Tesla, Apple, Facebook
In my opinion this is the best podcast there is. Rob's no nonsense discussion of money, investments and the economy is so refreshing. The only thing I'd change is it's length...I would listen to a lot more if it was available. Keep up the great work Rob!
Fantastic Podcast. Informative, interesting and entertaining. Five Stars.
The most awkward guy on the radio
His jokes are sophomoric and based on ridiculing something or someone especially women. He's a total horn-dog and obviously did not get laid in high school and this have had a resounding effect on his personality, now he's constantly qualifying himself and its annoying. After the first 10 minutes of the show it's pretty much "Joining me is Chad Burton..." which is a badly edited prerecording of a little cocky jockey always pushing his investment firm. Both of them obviously lack fundamental knowledge of how interest rates work. I will cede the fact he's pretty good with stock valuations and general Peter Lynch stuff which is why I attempted to give him a break in the first place. However, this is a day-time infomercial designed the average listener to freak out about his finances and come running. Does he pay to be on the radio? Because he should. I would rate it 1 star if it wasn't for the excellent bumper music.