Guests: Kevin Riordan
July 15, 2016
The show dives into whether or not anything can be done to prevent actions like the ones in France from the previous night. Charles Ortel of charlesortel.com joins the show for updates on his Clinton Foundation investigations along with any fallout from Comey’s press conference on the FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton. Plus, Kathy Dervin, Kevin Riordian and John Neal of PTI Securities & Futures lend their perspectives on current events and their effects on the markets.
July 8, 2016
Shootings in Dallas, unrest in America, violence streamed live on social media … can we bounce back from the events of the past week? Chief, Kathy Dervin and Kevin Riordan try and sort these things out, along with determining how they affect the markets.
Marc Stevens, anarchist author, radio show host and consultant who has assisted in throwing out traffic tickets, drug possession charges and tax cases on 3 continents, joins the show to share insights on how logic and a refusal to accept political sacred cows can go a long way in achieving justice.
Finally, John Neal of PTI Securities & Futures closes the show with a forecast of the markets in front of today’s Jobs Number.
June 27, 2016
Lou Michels kicks off the show reacting to last week’s Brexit vote and how it relates to the 2016 U.S. election. Chris Manns, Kathy Dervin and Kevin Riordan are in-studio talking Brexit and the market’s reaction. John Neal of PTI Securities & Futures talks markets. Lastly, David Andalman of DACS Research talks British Pound and the future of the EU.
June 17, 2016
Father Richard McGowan, S.J., Professor at Boston College, joins the show to discuss Trump’s role in the history of the gaming industry. Chief, Kevin Riordan of Capital Trading Group, John Neil of PTI Securities & Futures and Kathy Dervin weigh-in on stock market trends.
June 10, 2016
Tom Haugh, Kevin Riordan, Kathy Dervin, and special guest Nick Shaxson fill the show. Spider horse race expert gives the low down on the Preakness. Nick author of Treasure Islands, which tells the story of globalization, tax havens, and the biggest users of tax havens: banks. And the biggest reason for tax havens isn’t avoiding taxes – it’s about escape. Escape from criminal laws, creditors, tax, regulation, scrutiny and accountability.
Plus Thomas Hall and the Chief reflect on Muhammad Ali’s legacy and importance to the modern athlete.