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Hear about what's driving the stock market from those in the know. MarketWatch Radio talks about the big stock movers, economic data and investment trends with Wall Street's top analysts, strategists and traders. Get the blow-by-blow on the markets when you need it most.
||Stocks try for another winning session||Bob Baur, chief global economist at Principal Global Investors, says upbeat earnings and economic data are lifting the market. He sees a continuation of the market's modest uptrend.||4/22/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Stocks edge higher as big earnings week begins||Brian Peery at Hennessy Funds says there will be "a lot of time spent on conference calls" this week as earnings pour in. Although companies are beating expectations, Peery notes those estimates have been revised down.||4/21/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Wall Street week ahead: Home sales, Apple earnings||A housing economist warns not to expect much from existing-home sales in March. Even no change would be an improvement.||4/20/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Stocks take a breather after a winning week||Chief investment officer Jim Paulsen at Wells Capital Management says the "high-flying momentum story stocks" put their drop-off behind them this week. He wants to see if those stocks can retain those gains next week.||4/18/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Stocks level off after three days of gains||This week's gains are evidence of the market's resiliency, says managing director Paul Pagnato at HighTower. But he says the market is turning more defensive in advance of this year's mid-term elections.||4/17/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Stocks gain again, but is the turmoil really over?||More "volatility that goes nowhere" is likely in store for stocks, says president John Merrill of Tanglewood Wealth Management. But he thinks the bull market will reassert itself later in the year.||4/16/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Stocks fall as investors get nervous||Investors are worried about "buyer's regret," says chief strategist Bruce McCain at Key Private Bank. But he thinks the market is headed higher and investors should not sit on the sidelines.||4/15/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Stocks bounce back on retail sales data||Senior vice president Stephen Massocca at Wedbush Securities says today's report is not a "true economic number." He's waiting for summer to see a clearer picture.||4/14/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||At the NYSE, Larry Kofsky previews the week ahead||Shop till you drop? Not likely in March. Larry Kofsky previews this week's retail sales reports.||4/13/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Uncomfortable valuations behind the retreat||Investors are moving out of some recent Wall Street high flyers, those which are more economically sensitive. So says Hugh Johnson, the Chairman and Chief Investment Officer at Hugh Johnson Advisors. He adds some money is moving to the sidelines with some||4/11/14||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...
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