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Joining us on the show is Jeff Bush, Strategist at The Washington Update, who gives us his perspective on why Wall Street cares what’s going on with the current state of affairs in Washington.
Joining us on the show is Mariann Montagne, Portfolio Manager at Gradient Investments, who gives us her analysis on Nike’s strong earnings report.
Odeta Kushi, who’s the Deputy Chief Economist at First American Financial, joins us on the show and gives us her assessment on the latest good news in the housing sector as housing starts rise to a 12-year high in August. Is this a sign of a housing rebound?
Joining us on the show to discuss more about the state of the economy and the strong consumer market is Mark Vitner, a Senior Economist at Wells Fargo Securities.
Michelle Krebs, Executive Analyst at Cox Automotive, give us her assessment on the impact of the GM workers’ strike on the auto industry.
We hear the pros and cons regarding the strategy of a flat income tax where every income level pays the same rate. Joining us on this debate is Leon LaBrecque, Chief Growth Officer at Sequoia Financial Group and Peter Mallouk, who’s the President and CIO at Creative Planning Inc.
Joining us to discuss more about the stock market rotation is Ken Kamen, President at the Mercadien Asset Management.
After completing a wild week on Wall Street, what should investors expect in the days and weeks ahead in the markets? Joining us to discuss this topic is Kenny Polcari, Managing Principal at Butcher Joseph Asset Management.
With big tech companies like Facebook, Amazon, Google, and Apple under scrutiny from the Justice Department, how should investors react? Mark Lehmann, President at JMP Securities, gives us his perspective.
Joining us on the program is Jim Corridore, Industrial Analyst at CFRA Research, who give us his best and worst case scenario for Boeing.
Should investors be aggressive or patient with the stock market in today’s economy? We debate this topic with Ken Kamen, President at Mercadien Asset Management and Phil Blancato, CEO at Ladenburg Thalmann Asset Management.
Hollywood heavyweights are pulling their shows and movies from Netflix which leads to questions about Netflix future. Tuna Amobi, who’s a senior media and entertainment analyst at CFRA Research, joins us with his analysis on the current streaming wars.
The largest east coast refinery is shutting down and that could send gasoline prices higher this summer season. We speak with John Kilduff, the founding partner at Again Capital, with his assessment on what to expect when pumping your tank.
With stocks nearing an all-time high and dollar looking stronger, gold is still performing very well and hitting a six year high. Scott Nations, who’s the President and CIO at Nationsshares, joins us in discussing how gold is still hitting its stride in the markets today.
With S&P closing at a record high, what’s next for stocks and are we still in a long term bull market? We discuss this with Brian Levitt, who’s a Senior Director of Investment Strategy at Invesco.