How to Get Super Rich

Corporate greed and power continues to grow, under a phony doctrine called of Neoliberalism. Supposedly, through the use of a totally deregulated “Free Market” economy, what’s good for the rich is good for the masses. Oh, yeah? Larry Sparano has a distinctly different view as you’ll hear in this conversation with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

No Quick Recovery

All the upbeat news following last week’s latest jobs report does not reflect. Nor does it indicate that there will be a quick recovery ahead. Economist Richard Wolff says the dire consequences of the Covid-19 shut-down will become increasingly and painfully obvious in the months ahead. Larry Sparano discusses the factors that will keep the economy depressed with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York.

 

Wall Street Crazies: Is The Surge Really a Bubble?

Is the new surge in the Stock Market based on reality? After a big finish on Friday, stocks were up again this Monday, with the Dow closing up 461 points and the S&P gaining 38 points. What’s behind the new optimism? Vere Global CIO Mark Collinsworth explains in this interview with Larry Sparano:

Planet of the Humans: Why Environmentalists are Upset

Michael Moore has a new movie out, called “Planet of the Humans” and ironically, it is upsetting environmentalists, even though his main concern is the environment. How come? That’s today’s discussion with Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett:

Unregulated Greed: How Wall Street and Banks Went Wild

Capitalism is good, and so is the greed that goes with it –as Gordon Gekko proclaimed in the movie Wall Street. But what happens when both the stock market and greed are unregulated? Calamities like the crash of 2008 happen. Can it happen again? Here’s Larry Sparano talking about that with VERE Globa Financial CIO Mark Collinsworth:

Wall Street: Will A Rally Last?

Multi-Trillion Dollar Stimulus money is keeping the Stock Market up –for now. But how long will that last? Mark Collingsworth of Vere Global is with Larry again talking about the heavy challenges ahead:

Fed Buying Junk Bonds: –Yikes!

Amidst all the recent turmoil in the Stock Market, Wall Street ended on a very good note this week, due to a variety of factors. Among them, the Stimulus Bills, along with indications that the Coronavirus curve might be flattening. But the Fed made a big move that might help keep some companies afloat –at another enormous expense to the American taxpayer. Vere Global CIO Mark Collinsworth discusses it with On Target’s Larry Sparano:

Big Bull Market Ahead

How do we know? It has to do with an 18-year cycle that repeats, no matter what curves are thrown at the Stock Market. According to Vere Global CIO Mark Collinsworth, even Coronavirus can’t stop it. He explains, in his latest interview with On Target’s Larry Sparano:

How To Know What Stocks To Keep

Nervous about what stocks to dump and what stocks to keep as the virus continues to rage and the turmoil on Wall Street grips investors? It’s easy to figure out. Just go to your pantry, as Mark Collinsworth of Vere Global explains in this latest discussion with On Target’s Larry Sparano:

Market Uptick: How Much Hope From Thursday’s Close?

Stocks inched higher on Thursday, following a week of big losses. The Dow gained 188 points, the Nasdaq almost 161 and the S&P 500 11 points. Hardly a turn-around, but does it mean the bottom is in sight? Not necessarily, as Mark Collinsworth of Vere Global Finance explains to On Target’s Larry Sparano: