August 3, 2021
Chief and Matty Weber kickoff the show rehashing the Cubs selloff and how Chief doesn’t like the current draft system in professional sports. Joel Elconin of Benzinga talks Microsoft. Kenny Polcari, Managing Principal at ButcherJoseph Asset Management, LLC and a contributor to CNBC, discusses the downsides of payment for order flow. Mike Hart, veteran trader with Tastytrade and contributor to Luckbox Magazine, closes the show talking volatility, inflated stock prices and much more. Don’t forget, Stocks & Jocks listeners receive a FREE digital subscription at luckboxmagazine.com/jocks. Sign up today!
August 2, 2021
Chicago attorney, Brendan Cournane, leads off recapping the weekend selloff by the Chicago Cubs. John Flannigan calls in to talk Square, COVID-19 recovery, and whether Chicago is the next Detroit. Jeff Joseph, Editorial Director & Publisher at Luckbox Magazine, closes the show reflecting on a successful four days of Lollapalooza and how increased Police presence helped pull it off. Don’t forget, Stocks & Jocks listeners receive a FREE digital subscription at luckboxmagazine.com/jocks. Sign up today!
July 30, 2021
Kevin O’Neill calls in for hour one to discuss the depressing Cubs teardown. Lou Michels joins Chief and Kevin to talk GDP numbers and COVID-19 policy. Karl Denninger of Market Ticker joins us for hour two to talk inflation, failed Federal Reserve policy and much more.
July 29, 2021
Lou Michels leads off for a quick talk about covid ,the new guidelines and the city of Chicago’s bureaucracies. Dan Johnedis, President & CIO of Cratus Capital LLC, joins us next, talking about the Fed, inflation, unemployment, investments and more . John Flannigan and Brenden Cournane close the show together talking about the Olympics, the athletes and their motivations and pressures.
July 28, 2021
Kevin O’Neill calls in for hour one to talk wholesale pricing, the Cubs’ heading for rebuild, and the latest on looming COVID restrictions. Russell Rhoads calls in for hour two to discuss his fascinating dissertation on basing earnings estimates on stock reaction instead of analyst expectations.