That’s the Bottom Line is a weekly broadcast that “tells it like it is” about politics, financial issues, IRS issues, and asset growth.
This weekend, hosts Gene Vallorani and Todd Hickman talk about information about cash requirements necessary for banks and the insurance industry, and asks if we are back to an era of taxation without representation, and more investment advice.
This week’s episode and past episodes can be seen at the That’s the Bottom Line archive page.
That’s The Bottom Line is a popular weekly radio show broadcast in and around the Houston, Texas radio market from Beaumont, TX over KLVI 560 AM. The show, hosted by financial professionals Todd Hickman and Gene Vallorani underscores how the “economy of politics” can, and actually does, drive the ups and downs of our American Economy. The show challenges the failures of socialism as practiced by most Democrat politicians favoring instead the strength of opportunity truly available by the great American free enterprise system. The show also promotes the values of faith and family as the true genesis of American freedom and greatness. The show applauds determination, grit and criticizes those individuals and institutions that have abandoned their moral compass. The hosts fearlessly point out probability in both economic, market and political trends in general but never specific stocks or other financial products or institutions. The show has several specific topics such as the “Solution Segment” and “Dirty Little Secret” plus an in-depth segment presented each week by Mr. Hickman.
Financial and political discussion with Todd Hickman & Gene Vallorani. Sundays’ 11 AM-12 Noon on News Talk 560 KLVI.Tags: Commentary
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