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||Stocks begin the week with a modest pullback||Disappointing economic news from China and worries about Ukraine are weighing on stocks to start the week. But it's just a pause, according to portfolio manager George Young of the Villere Balanced Fund.||3/10/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Some econ data could remain in a deep freeze||Like the remains of a big snowstorm, it could take a while for winter's economic influence to melt away. Larry Kofsky reports.||3/9/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Stocks mixed as gains from jobs data fade||Stocks opened higher following the better-than-expected February employment report. But the gains have faded. Chief investment officer Michael Weiner at Unified Trust says stock valuations are "fair" and the market can go still higher.||3/7/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Stocks back in rally mode after one-day pause||Stocks are climbing again after stopping Wednesday to catch their breath. Geopolitical concerns have faded into the background. President Ted Weisberg at Seaport Securities says Wall Street's attention span is shrinking, especially when it comes to bad||3/6/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Stocks choppy after two days of wide swings||Stocks are mixed to lower after Monday's steep loss, and an even bigger snap-back rally yesterday. Managing director Jordan Waxman at HighTower HSW Advisors, says despite the volatility, the market's trend remains positive.||3/5/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Stocks surge as Ukraine tensions ease||An easing of tensions in Ukraine ignited a powerful Wall Street rally, reversing yesterday's losses. Tom Karsten, president of Karsten Advisors, says the market remains on edge as the situation unfolds. He adds that it could become background noise for th||3/4/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Stocks sink as Ukraine tensions rise||Rising tensions in Ukraine have investors fleeing stocks for safer assets. Chairman Hugh Johnson of Hugh Johnson Advisors says although the concerns are real, this may be a buying opportunity for those with a strong stomach.||3/3/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||At the NYSE, Larry Kofsky previews the week ahead||News about unemployment will be viewed through a Fed prism in the upcoming week, as Larry Kofsky reports.||2/28/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Stocks continue to rally, but for how long?||Stocks are sharply higher. Investors shrugged off a downward revision to fourth quarter GDP. Chief strategist Todd Horwitz at Adam Mesh Trading Group says the rally eventually will end badly. "One of these dips won't be met," he warns.||2/28/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Stocks slightly higher in choppy session||Stocks are edging higher, continuing the choppy pattern of recent days. Although tensions in Ukraine have worried investors overseas, fund manager Mike Holland at Holland & Company says U.S. investors are taking it in stride for now.||2/27/14||Free||View In iTunes|
I do it every weekday. Great insight from real pros. Cant beat that.
Joe Mathieu is great.
Best daily business podcast available, and I've listened to them all. It's relevant, and the guests are the best in the business of working in the markets.
I don't like the new format...
I listen to many podcasts during my daily commute. I don't like the new format and thankfully I can fast forward very easily when the barrage of promotional segments come on. Please reduce the fluff. You're risking losing many listeners. - Roger
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