Topics: Ernie Banks

The Law of Diminishing Returns

Kevin O’Neill joins us this morning to discuss politics, sports and much more. Matt Weber joins Chief in-studio for hour two with commentary on the Chicago Cubs back from their quick break to beat the Cardinals at home last night and the ‘law of diminishing returns’. Katie Holland chimes in with the latest in PGA fashion and current standings for round 2 of the British Open.  Matt, Katie and Chief end the show to discuss the latest social-media spurred take down of first-time All-star Josh Haber, and their appreciation for a twitter-free upbringing.

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If You Can’t Beat Them, Nuke Them

Lou Michels and The Chief kick off the show to talk our potential president. What exactly will he or she do in the Middle East if elected? What did Bush do in the Middle East? Thrilling way to start a Thursday.

Kenny Polcari joins us for a rare Thursday appearance to talk markets and world money before Lou and The Chief talk briefly about Donald Trump’s comments about why he can’t just use nukes. Seriously…he said that.

We touch on the success of the Cubs and the skidding of the White Sox before rounding out the show by asking the question – “What will Donnie Trump do in the next couple months?”

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Ag Econ 101

John Neal of PTI Securities & Futures shares a “Stock of the Day”. “Ag-Mondays” with Chris Manns in-studio and special guest Ken Foster, Head of Agricultural Economics at Purdue University. Finally, David Andalman of DACS Research previews the week’s trading session.

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Earnings Disability

Brendan Cournane is in-studio talking baseball, quantitative easing and more. Joel Elconin of Benzinga breaks down earnings. Then, Kenny Polcari, Director of NYSE Floor Operations at O’Neil Securities and a contributor to CNBC, talks monetary policy and bull markets. 

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Let’s Play Two

John Neal of PTI Securities & Futures talks auto stocks and reminisces about the great Ernie Banks. Chris Manns is in-studio with special guest and former CNN reporter, Brian Jenkins, who is currently the VP of Business Development at Ceres, Ltd. They discuss the challenges in doing business with China. Finally, David Andalman of DACS Research previews this week’s markets. 

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