WSCR's "Stocks And Jocks" Show Returns (sort of)

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Posted by on September 30, 2009 at 14:04:23:

September 28, 2009


CHICAGO -- With investors hoping the stock market will continue to make gains, Chicago investment experts Tom "The Chief" Haugh, chief investment officer of PTI Securities & Futures LP, a Chicago-based securities firm, and Jon "Dr. J" Najarian, founder of, launch their newest online talk radio show "Stocks and Jocks". This show combines the market insight of Louis Rukeyser with the humor of Seinfeld, offering blatantly honest stock market advice and a splash of sports. They co-hosted an investment program of the same name on CBS-owned WSCR sports radio station (670AM) from 2002 to 2008.

As of September 8th, "Stocks and Jocks" streams live at, weekdays from 11:00am to 12:00pm CST. Listeners can ask questions during the live show by calling 1-888-76-JOCKS or by e-mailing StocksAndJocks(at) anytime. Archived shows can be heard on demand or downloaded from Additionally, show podcasts are available to download from iTunes.

Tom "The Chief" Haugh is the founder and principal money manager of PTI Securities & Futures LP, a money management and discount brokerage firm, noted for the successful Protected Index Program. Haugh, who studied under Nobel Laureates Milton Friedman and George Stigler at the University of Chicago, is recognized for his extensive investment knowledge and quick wit, and is often quoted by Reuters, the Wall Street Journal and other major financial news media. In addition to hosting in-office Protected Index Program seminars, Haugh also reaches the investment community through weekly financial blog posts on "DOLLAR$ and SEN$E" at and through social networking on Facebook.

Following a brief stint as a Chicago Bears linebacker, Jon Najarian launched his decades-long financial career at the Chicago Board Options Exchange where his call letters were 'DRJ'. Najarian is a professional investor, noted media analyst, speaker and co-founder of tradeMONSTER. He has developed and patented trading applications used to identify unusual market activity. Najarian's analysis is cited by leading financial media including the Wall Street Journal, Barron's, Reuters, Bloomberg, Dow Jones, FOX News Channel, CBS Radio, and CNBC. He is a CNBC contributor, hosts a CBS Radio show, and webcasts twice daily on CBOE-TV. Najarian also has a following on the social networking site Twitter at

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