Topics: Airline Industry
March 17, 2017
Kevin O’Neill tips off the show breaking down day 1 in the NCAA Tournament. Chief and Kevin also discuss the latest in Russian ties to the Trump Administration. Kathy Dervin is in-studio. Chief and Kathy welcome Jeff Engel of Xconomy.com to talk entrepreneurs in the tech industries. Finally, John Neal of PTI Securities & Futures talks March Madness, markets and banking.
March 16, 2017
The Chief and Lou Michels warm up for their weekly bout with some quick talk about the NCAA men’s basketball tournament that kicks off today – and Lou’s choice of suits. They touch on Paul Ryan and his choice of actions before going on a tangent about sports teams and how teams continue to succeed over years.
Lou gives The Chief a lesson on North Korea and their nuclear capabilities. Public transportation throughout the world is our next topic of discussion and we round out with College basketball. How have coaches adapted to this one-and-done mentality? Lastly – why is the NFL slowly disappearing?
March 15, 2017
Kevin O’Neill tips off the show talking tax brackets, the GOP Healthcare proposal, March Madness and more. Fari Hamzei of Hamzei Analytics predicts a Trump reelection in 2020, in spite of not being a big fan. Fari and Chief also talk markets, airliners and CPI. Audrey Johnson of HomeSource Realty breaks down the housing market.
February 23, 2017
A spirited show as always when the Chief and Lou Michels are in-studio. Today, with Matty Weber chiming in as only he can, the guys cover Love Boat, civil disobedience, the public pension crisis, how Chicago’s attractive qualities are being overshadowed by debt and much more.
February 1, 2017
Kevin O’Neill kicks off the show talking incompetency in the regulation industry, hypocrisy on both sides of government and much more. Fari Hamzei of Hamzei Analytics tells us how he called $AAPL before dropping some knowledge on the history of Iran. David Andalman, Technical Analyst and Money Manager at PTI Securities & Futures, tells us why $AAPL had such a huge quarter before taking a look at some of the sectors he’s interested in for 2017.