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Engage with Andy Busch

Welcome to Engage with Andy Busch! We interview the top brains in politics, money, and media to understand how all three work and how they impact you. We're goin' for fun and smart, no screaming matches! As seen on CNBC, FOXBusiness, and BNN, Andy cuts through it all with his guests to help you understand the insanity of Washington and Wall Street. Please leave a review, tell us what you think and recommend topics you'd like to hear more about!
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Aug 31, 2015

We engage chief market analyst from The Lindsey Group, Peter Boockvar, to discuss the recent market volatility and what the central banks are doing to deal with it.  Peter provides a very unpopular position:  we need rate hikes to create a recession reset to fix the stock market!  Please subscribe, rate and review the show, we appreciate your help!

Aug 24, 2015

For this show, we bring in an expert on entrepreneurs and small businesses, Jon Lieber, chief economist from Thumbtack.  We discuss how the land of mega start-ups, California, is really the Island of Misfit Toys for small business.  This has large job and economic implications for the entire country.  Find them at thumbtack.com 

Aug 23, 2015

For this podcast, we engage Grover Norquist from Americans for Tax Reform.  We cover Grover's "Taxpayer Protection Pledge":  who's signed it, who hasn't, and who did the best job while in office supporting the prinicples.  According to ATR, "Politicians often run for office saying they won't raise taxes, but then quickly turn their backs on the taxpayer. The idea of the Pledge is simple enough: Make them put their no-new-taxes rhetoric in writing."  From Clinton to Trump to Bush, we track down what the candidates have said and see if they make sense!  Take a listen and tell us what you think.  Please subscribe, rate and review the show!

 

Aug 20, 2015

In this podcast, I talk with Jim Bianco from Bianco Research.  We cover the top three items driving down stocks.  We hit the Federal Reserve, China, and weak earnings reports.  For bonus at the end, Jim explains why lower oil prices have not yet translated into higher consumer spending!  Please subscribe, rate and review our show.

Aug 19, 2015

In this podcast, I speak with Channel Capital's CIO Doug Roberts.  We cover all the factors pushing and pulling Janet Yellen and the Federal Reserve.  Global quantitative easing, China slowdown and crashing commdities are all discussed with Doug's call on what how the markets will react.

Aug 17, 2015

In this episode of Engage, we talk polls with the former Deputy Director of Mitt Romney's 2012 campaign.  Here's Jarrett's article on how national surveys are a bad indicator for the primary:  All Polls Are Not Created Equal

Aug 17, 2015

On this episode, I talk with The Hill's Kevin Cirilli about why Democrats are panicking over Hillary's server and why China's panicking over their currency.  Check out KC's article on Clinton here:  Dems near Clinton panic mode

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Aug 16, 2015

For our second show on Engage, we turn to good friend and astute political analyst Greg Valliere from Potomac Research in Washington, D.C.  We delve into the developing 2016 Presidential race theme of reject whatever candidate the party appears to be supporting.  Whether it's Hillary Clinton or Jeb Bush, voters are reaching out to Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders to let party leaders know they don't like the current lineup.  Greg and I cover this and who may be waiting in the wings to jump into the race and make it a lot more interesting.  Please subscribe, rate and review Engage with Andy Busch to make it your show, covering what you want and filtering out the media noise!

Aug 13, 2015

Engage with Andy Busch will cover what this show is about and who is Andy Busch.  I cover my background, my inability to handle simple tasks like installing ceiling fans, and why I need to breakdown topics into simple, easy to understand pieces.  (Hint:  So even I can understand it!)  I need your input on where we go, so please subscribe, rate and review.  

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