Topics: Employment Law
May 18, 2017
Lou Michels and The Chief are live in studio. They talk about President Trump. Lou gives his opinion on a myriad of things from the perspective of an employment lawyer.
We talk about Comey, Trump’s possible impeachment and the idea of Mike Pence as our president.
Charles Ortel makes his return to Stocks and Jocks to drop some knowledge about employment issues in the U.S., the current GDP and Hilary Clinton.
April 28, 2017
The Chief kicks off the show with our resident tax expert, Bob Golden. We talk Donald Trump’s taxes and his tax breaks along with income taxes across the country.
We are joined by The professor, Hal Snarr, as he schools us per usual. We talk about Amazon vs. brick and mortar stores before touching on monopolies – mainly in the railroad industry and the healthcare industry. John Neal rounds out Friday’s show as he walks us through the markets from the last couple of weeks.
April 27, 2017
The Chief and Lou Michels are live in studio – they kick off with a discussion about sexual harassment in the workplace. They touch on the EPA – before having a discussion on tax breaks and tariffs.
Free trade vs. tariffs and giant rabbits round out Thursday’s show. Thanks for tuning in!
April 20, 2017
Lou Michels is in-studio. Chief and Lou cover an array of topics including North Korea, Iran, Division I football and the ouster of Bill O’Reilly at Fox News. David Andalman of PTI Securities & Futures dials in for the last 30 minutes to check in on the markets and answer questions on macro data.
April 12, 2017
The Chief and Kevin O’Neill kick off Wednesday’s show to talk about the United Airlines PR fiasco they are going through right now. They touch on Sean Spicer and his questionable choice of words before being joined by Fari Hamzei of Hamzei Analytics! He educates Chief on how to trade this week’s events before givins us a lesson on the U.S. Carriers and other war resources.
David Andalman rounds out our show and helps play navigator for Chief through these relatively still markets.