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"Stocks and Jocks" streaming live online

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Chicago investment experts Tom Haugh, chief investment officer of Chicago-based PTI Securities and Futures, and Jon Najarian, founder of, have relaunched online their talk radio show "Stocks and Jocks." The show's creators describe it as combining the market insight of Louis Rukeyser with the humor of Seinfeld -- offering stock market advice with a splash of sports.

The duo co-hosted an investment program under the same name at CBS Radio-owned sports/talk WSCR-AM (670) from 2002 to 2008, but left the station when management decided it wanted programming with more of a sports focus and less business. "Stocks and Jocks" now streams live at from 11 a.m. to 12 noon CST. Listeners can ask questions during the live show by calling 888-76-jocks.

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I actually like these guys. Jon and Pete are both good when they appear in CNBC and following options certainly can tell a lot about stocks. So let's see what they know about sports - maybe they can provide insight on some NFL spreads...

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