David Andalman of PTI Securities & Futures talks markets. Then Kevin O’Neill discusses the true value of marquee free agents and new stadiums in sports. Plus, Fari Hamzei of Hamzei Analytics is in-studio talking stocks, earnings and the Middle East.
About Stocks & Jocks
This show combines the market insight of Louis Rukeyser, a dash of sports, and the humor of Seinfeld with truly honest stock market and economic advice.
A talk show focusing on business and real market analysis, “Stocks and Jocks” breaks valuable news at the top of the trading day. This sometimes-irreverent show is just the thing for investors who need information about what to expect from Wall Street. It is interactive, listener-driven and hosted by financial industry gurus Tom “The Chief” Haugh and Jon “Dr. J” Najarian.
This Week on S&J
July 23, 2014
Lou Michels calls in from Colorado and talks Israel, Ukraine, zoning laws and more. Colin Quina, Lead Binary Instructor at Diversified Trading Institute, discusses binary options and the weekly educational trading sessions he teaches for his members on Nadex. Then, Phil Lekousis of Peoples Home Equity provides a mortgage update.Listen to this show
July 22, 2014
Brendan Cournane is in-studio talking marathons, diversification and the redacted documents from the 9/11 Commission. Joel Elconin of Benzinga calls in to break down earnings and preview Apple’s ($APPL) numbers tonight.Listen to this show
July 21, 2014
David Andalman of DACS Research talks technicals, then Lou Michels puts on his Air Force hat to discuss electronic warfare in regards to MH17. Ag-Mondays continue with Chris Manns of PTI Securities & Futures in-studio and special guest Bob Dinneen, President & CEO of Renewable Fuels Association. Finally, Olga Halaburda rejoins the show to discuss MH17 and how it affects Ukraine.Listen to this show
July 18, 2014
Kathy Dervin and Kevin Riordan are in-studio discussing how free ‘free markets’ can actually be with Mr. Hal Snarr of HalSnarr.com.Listen to this show
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