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This show is aimed at individuals who are looking for untainted, easy to understand discussion on topics in the financial markets, the economy, and personal finance. For more information on our weekly commentary My Two Cents, please go to

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Our apologies to Danny Kofke; yet another technical issue has resulted in the majority of this segment being unavailable. Our transition to is complete - stay tuned there for new shows... more

Our apologies to those who tried to listen live; we were able to get our show done, but got started a few minutes late. Please download the show either from BTR's archives or our own - we discuss the ongoing financial crisis, and the... more

We discuss the wild week, and the fallout that will take place from all the bailouts. Our free market financial system is transforming before our very eyes.

Lehman down for the count? No Sunday rescue as yet and banks scramble to try to dodge the bullets. This will affect every cent you own; a can't miss episode coming up!

Another Friday and another bank failure - #11 for the year. Plus, the announcement of the nationalization of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac - coming soon? We'll discuss the implications.

Part 2 of our discussion from last week. Is your financial advisor up to the task? A special one hour edition of Beat the Street helps you answer that question. Please call in with your questions and experiences - 718-664-6715... more

Is your financial advisor up to the task? We'll discuss some things you should be asking your advisor and some helpful hints if you're looking for a new advisor. Calls with questions are welcome! -... more

We'll be coming to you live from parts unknown as we step out onto Main Street and put our finger on the pulse of the American economy.

Counter Trends and Happy Talk are everywhere; don't be fooled. The fundamentals haven't changed. Big changes are on the horizon though - stay on the cutting edge here!