Wisco Weekly

--- Dennis Wisco ---

For the last 150 episodes, guests have shared their business acumen and urbanization ideas. We turn now to the money. Subscribe to Wisco Weekly to follow the money in business and government affairs. Wisco Weekly is part of the 'Not Your Father's Economy' podcast channel available on Apple Podcasts.

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Latest Episodes…

  1. The Correlation of Home Sales to Auto Sales feat. Jonathan Smoke

    A prior economist at Realtor.com and currently serving as the Chief Economist at Cox Automotive, Jonathan Smoke shares some valuable macro trends that we can follow as a result of the booming housing market. Tune in to hear about the democratization of car ownership versus home ownership, credit worthiness, interest ...


  2. Brian Allan | Hyrecar (HYRE) Back in 2019

    Originally published in February of 2019, episode #160 features Brian Allan, the Senior Vice President at HyreCar (HYRE). With the tumultuous year of 2020, it’s good to look back on HyreCar’s share price’s rise, fall, and rise again dating back to this episode. Subscribe to Wisco Weekly for more automotive companies ...


  3. AAPL Enlarges EV Bubble, KMX Minimizes, New SPAC Entry

    Apple (AAPL) announces the launch of their EV in 2024 and the market acts like this is this first time they have heard of this. Carmax (KMX) announces Q3 earnings. And a new entrant into the stock market via SPAC that aims to electrify truck fleets.   *****Wisco Weekly***** Invest in mobility systems ...


  4. What Stocks Benefit Under Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg

    Former Mayor of South Bend, Indiana, and Democratic Presidential Candidate, Pete Buttigieg, has been selected by President-elect Joe Biden to lead the Department of Transportation. Which stocks are poised to benefit under his leadership? And what does the Alliance of Automotive Innovation have to contribute to the future of autonomous ...


  5. Doordash (DASH) Overvalued But With an Asterisk and Autozone (AZO) Buyback

    Doordash goes public turning their Founders into billionaires, but is their business model overvalued? Autozone does something nice for their employees, but suspect to their investors.   *****Wisco Weekly***** Invest in mobility systems that create wealth. ...