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Lou Michels is in-studio discussing tax code, the Laquan McDonald video, college football playoff rankings and much more. David Andalman of PTI Securities & Futures talks holiday markets.  (more…)

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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.

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This Business Will Get Out of Control

November 24, 2015

The Chief and Matty Weber discuss the Russian plane going down in Syria, Donald Trump, the Laquan McDonald shooting in Chicago and much more. Joel Elconin of Benzinga talks college football. Finally, Kevin O’Neill recaps the morning’s events. 

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Merger Monday

November 23, 2015

Chris Manns of PTI Securities & Futures is in-studio talking agriculture, drug mergers and college football. David Andalman of DACS Research talks markets. 

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Terrorism Across Borders

November 20, 2015

The weekly Friday circus with Kathy Dervin and Kevin Riordan keeps it uncharacteristically professional through the first hour discussing the markets, technology advances, and what defines Kevin’s trading style. (Well almost professional. There was some talk of porn, too.) The show’s friend Wayne Madsen, investigative reporter and conspiracy theorist, joins for the second hour to discuss the effects of past foreign policy on the recent actions of ISIS and the controversy over whether the US should be letting Syrian refugees across the border.

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ISIS Oil Economics

November 19, 2015

Author and Columbia College professor Eric Charles May joins the Chief at the start of the show to talk about the Cubs and the physical demands of professional baseball. Kevin O’Neill joins later in the hour for a discussion of ISIS and what the Chief calls “the economics of terrorism.” May and the Chief continue the discussion of ISIS into the later hour touching on how the terrorist organization is capable of recruiting young Americans. For the remainder of the show the two talk about the gentrification of Armitage Avenue in Lincoln Park, changes in the publishing industry, and question who in the FED really knows what they’re doing.

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