Today's Show Can’t We Use Our Heads?

Kevin and Chief discuss politicians, Jerry West and public education. Karl jumps on the air to talk about Adobe’s new user agreement, AI, and dividend stocks.

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About Stocks & Jocks

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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Nuclear Football

Lou and Tom talk leadership characteristics as they relate to the military and politics. Next Dan calls with insights on macro influences, rates, and trading money for money.

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Consultant or Insultant?

Kevin O’Neill joins our first hour discussing how American politicians tend to end up with a lot of dough, and thoughts on the Hunter Biden guilty verdict, and more on American politics. For our second hour Russell Rhoads hops in talking on new CPI numbers, world politics, and much more.

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A Fair Market At a Fair Time

Karl joins Chief on the air to talk about trading in the stock market, followed by Joel discussing public transportation in Detroit and the market’s stability. Then, Kenny and Chief discuss 24-hour trading and treasury stock. Finally, Hal jumps on the air for a conversation about politics, the NATO, and social media.

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Monday Monday Monday

Full house today with Greg, Chief, and Mike kicking off the show debating France and agricultural reports followed by a tribute to Chet Walker and basketball history with Kevin. John and Audrey join the second hour discussing Sandinistas, single family homes, and monthly nuts.

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