Topics: Quantitative Easing
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.
March 1, 2018
Denver-based labor attorney, Lou Michels, calls in for hour one to talk corruption in politics, the future of college basketball and much more. Fari Hamzei of Hamzei Analytics breaks down market risk versus reward. David Andalman of PTI Securities & Futures talks ‘pay to play’ politics before sharing bear market trading strategies.
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.
February 27, 2018
Chief and Matty Weber tip off the show discussing why the Parkland shooting seems to be the first U.S. massacre to drive people into action. Joel Elconin of Benzinga calls in to talk markets and Big Ten hoops. Kenny Polcari, Director of NYSE Floor Operations at O’Neil Securities and a contributor to CNBC, predicts a return to late 70s inflation. Jim Higdon, writer and contributor to the Washington Post and Politico, returns to discuss corruption in NCAA basketball before sharing why legalizing Marijuana could be the platform for Democrats to make ground in red states. Finally, John Neal of PTI Securities & Futures‘ Peoria, AZ location continues the Marijuana and markets discussion.
February 16, 2018
Kevin O’Neill joins us for hour one to discuss the most-recent mass shooting before talking NCAA basketball corruption. Pedro da Costa of Business Insider calls in to talk inflation before sharing his student loan debacle. Lastly, John Neal of PTI Securities & Futures‘ Peoria, AZ location wonders if Mitt Romney would have won the 2016 Presidential Election had he run (share your opinion here!).