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||CleanFor Valentine's Day, Here Are Stocks You May Love||From jewelry to chocolate to restaurants, A&G Capital president Hilary Kramer joins John Wordock to talk about Valentine's Day stocks you may love.||2/11/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
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||CleanNolte Sees Another 5 to 10% Decline for Stocks||Wall Street is in the middle part of a correction. So says Paul Nolte. The portfolio manager at Kingsview Asset Management joins John Wordock to talk about Japan, market volatility, tech stock woes and Janet Yellen's trip to Capitol Hill.||2/9/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanPoll: 45% Face Obstacles When Trying to Buy Homes||Almost half of non-homeowners say they face obstacles when trying to buy a place to live. So finds Bankrate.com. Mortgage analyst Holden Lewis joins John Wordock.||2/9/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanIs the Market's Sell Off a Sign of What's to Come?||Moneybeat: What's next for Wall Street amid big sell offs for financials and the tech sector? The Moneybeat crew examines whether this is a sign of more volatility to come.||2/8/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanBill Stone: Expect Yellen To Be "Cagey" This Week||Bill Stone, chief investment strategist at PNC Asset Management Group, previews Janet Yellen's testimony to Congress. He also talks to John Wordock about the outlook for oil and retail sales.||2/8/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanWhat Investors Should Watch This Coming Week||With Janet Yellen heading to Capitol Hill, Chad Morganlander previews what you need to know about the coming week on Wall Street. The Stifel Nicolaus portfolio manager talks to John Wordock.||2/7/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanThe Jobs Report: What You Need to Know||Moneybeat: Ron Sanchez, CIO at Fiduciary Trust, assesses the January jobs report and breaks down what all the of numbers mean.||2/5/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
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One of the other reviewers has a good point about the narrator: his voice is a little over-the-top "radio announcer." Some of the audio sounds like the alarm clock at the beginning are a bit annoying, as is the relentless Range Rover advertisement. The content's so-so and once in a while they'll have a jem, but on the whole it's a tad boring and uninteresting. Try it out and unsubscribe if it's not your piece of cake.
Good advice but...
The guy that reads the news has the most annoying voice in the history of the Internet. It's like a throw back of everything wrong with disk jockeys of the early 80s and I rarely make it through the entire show because of him.
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