Topics: Real Estate
November 6, 2019
Kevin O’Neill calls in for hour one talking about money supply, the concern of fair rates, real estate value, property taxes and loans, revolving doors of basketballs, power of society. Russel Rhoads is in the studio for hour two discussing market climate, inflation, dollar value, the role of big corporations vs private businesses and much more.
October 29, 2019
Chicago attorney, Brendan Cournane, is in-studio discussing impeachment inquiry, real estate value, government’s abuse of the system and power, market efficiency, price of pharmaceuticals. Joel Elconin of Benzinga calls in to preview federal reserve cutting rates, economic forecasts, sports and 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’.
November 26, 2018
Options guru and veteran floor trader, Frank Fahey, calls in for hour one to talk property taxes, foreign policy and much more. The ‘Snarky Professor’, Hal Snarr of Westminster College, rejoins the show to talk rental buying strategies, consumerism and the likelihood of an upcoming recession. David Andalman of PTI Securities & Futures closes the show talking college football playoff rankings and commodity prices.
October 4, 2018
Denver-based labor attorney, Lou Michels, calls in to discuss everything from Addison Russell to Brett Kavanaugh. Fari Hamzei of Hamzei Analytics talks markets, redistribution of wealth and much more. Finally, David Andalman of PTI Securities & Futures thinks the real estate market is nowhere near its pre-2007 highs.