Topics: Jobs Report
October 9, 2019
Kevin O’Neill calls in for hour one talking about education, labor numbers, medium income, economics and more. Russell Rhoads joins Chief for hour two discussing markets, trade deals, Chinese conflict, stocks and much more.
January 8, 2019
Chicago attorney Brendan Cournane is in-studio. Chief and Brendan welcome Joel Elconin of Benzinga to recap last night’s Clemson win over Alabama before touching on bull markets. Kenny Polcari, Managing Principal at ButcherJoseph Asset Management, LLC and a contributor to CNBC, continues the market conversation. Karl Denninger of Market Ticker says the government hasn’t had a surplus in many decades before delving into the jobs number. Finally John Neal, of PTI Securities & Futures‘ Peoria, AZ location, learns of Chief’s and Matty Weber’s first experience watching ABC’s ‘The Bachelor’.
January 4, 2019
Kevin O’Neill calls in for hour one to discuss central banks, the unintended consequences of comprehensive regulation and Wild Card Weekend in the NFL playoffs. Wayne Madsen of Wayne Madsen Report discusses the history of savings and loan, the latest in the Mueller investigation and much more. Finally, John Neal of PTI Securities & Futures‘ Peoria, AZ office calls in to break down the jobs number, $AAPL and bear markets.
December 26, 2018
Kevin O’Neill calls in for hour one to talk markets, immigration policy and much more. Russell Rhoads joins us for hour two to talk trading strategies, Bitcoin and the NFL playoff picture.
December 12, 2018
Kevin O’Neill kicks off the show wondering if past Presidential administrations have been as open during international trade negotiations before discussing cybersecurity and the internet of things. Robert Raiola, CPA, Director of the Sports and Entertainment Group at PKF O’Connor Davies Accountants and Advisors, joins Chief and Kevin to discuss how intrastate taxation affects high-priced free agency decisions among professional athletes. Karl Denninger of Market Ticker returns to the show in hour two to talk immigration, property taxes and labor numbers.