This is NOT typical business news - this is a GREAT TALK SHOW that focuses on business, providing real financial information, market analysis, and breaking news right from the trenches of the trading day. This fun, information packed and sometimes-irreverent program is just the thing for active investors who need to get information about what to expect from Wall Street.
Kevin is first up to discuss college scholarships and the MLB contract negotiation process before getting down to how to businesses adapt to inflation. Next, Tom and Karl review who is gatekeeping government data and provide the metrics of fiscal stability.
Lou calls in and explains recent antisemitism and foreign interests in the ivy league . Kenny joins next with market context and analysis followed by John and Tom talking about the sustainability of wars and the responsibilities of allies.
The Pink Balls Are Heaviest
Kevin O’Neill joins our first hour to chat on David Stockman’s Destruction Of The American Middle Class along with some political and sports talk. Russell Rhoads joins our second hour to continue the discussion on Stockman’s work and more on the market.
Tanks for Nuttin’
Karl gives us the 411 on climate science and consultants followed by Joel providing context on the Harbaugh scandal and commodity market analysis. Hal joins for the second hour to discuss income inequality and explain how Fed statistics sometimes are close to Superman’s (and Seinfeld’s) ‘Bizarro World’.
Greg and Tom lead off with FSU’s sour grapes and bowl game banter followed by John and Mike with scrutiny of the media and politicians. Nancy closes out the show with comments on mortgage rates and real estate investment.
Brains or Bull Market?
Today we delve into college football exploring situations and possibilities leading to transfers. We also analyze the recent ceasefire and the implications for global stability and conclude by unraveling the intricate web of leading indicators like housing trends to insurance costs.
Not to bad, until
So started listening to this podcasts to get an idea of the mark. I am new to the market, and looking for information about it. Fist off these have about as much personality as a sheet of drywall. Second off not five minutes the begin to alienate me via political party. Smh I was here for the stock market that’s all.
P.S. Host sounds like he has a mouth full of mashed potatoes.