Topics: Big Ten
March 23, 2018
Kevin O’Neill calls in for hour one to reflect on last night’s Loyola win before talking trade wars, politics and more. Kathy Dervin is in-studio discussing ‘for profit’ universities versus ‘non-profit’. John Neal of PTI Securities & Futures’ Peoria, AZ location talks bear markets, tariffs and the NCAA Tournament.
February 28, 2018
Kevin O’Neill calls in for hour one to discuss the terrific article he wrote on NCAA Football and Basketball players’ actual value before switching gears to joust with Matty Weber over gun control. Russell Rhoads of the CBOE is in-studio for hour two talking markets, college hoops and much more.
January 4, 2018
Russell Rhoads of the CBOE is in-studio. Chief and Russell are joined by Denver-based labor attorney, Lou Michels, for hour one to discuss North Korea, U.S. foreign policy and the NFL Draft. Karl Denninger of Market Ticker joins the guys for hour two to talk tax policy, interest rates and much more.
January 3, 2018
Kevin O’Neill joins us for hour one. The Chief and Kevin discuss corrupt city policies to get extra money, and how they contribute to the struggles of many families who are living paycheck to paycheck. Next up, Fari Hamzei of Hamzei Analytics, discusses issues going on in Iran. They continued by explaining what a dividend of a stock is. Lastly David Andalman, of PTI Securities, talked about the demand for precious metals and predictions of what is going to happen following these new tax cuts.
January 2, 2018
Options guru and veteran floor trader, Frank Fahey, leads off wondering what 2018 will look like in the markets. Joel Elconin of Benzinga recaps a disappointing Michigan football season. Kenny Polcari, Director of NYSE Floor Operations at O’Neil Securities and a contributor to CNBC, discusses the government’s relentless spending over the last 15+ years. Wayne Madsen of Wayne Madsen Report talks Iran, ‘fake news’ and much more. Finally, John Neal of PTI Securities & Futures‘ Peoria, AZ location reflects on the results of quantitative easing.