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Wall Street and Main Street hosts do a quick check in about the S&P 500 hitting an all-time high and Apple becoming first U.S. company to hit a $2 trillion valuation mark. 
Wall Street to Main Street hosts return to the show with a look at what is going on in the stock market after the end of the second quarter. 
Wall Street to Main Street hosts welcome Michael Siegel, Founder and Managing Member of Siegel Sports and Entertainment, a full-service basketball agency based in Philadelphia, to chat inside "baseball" on what's going on in the NBA and sports industry during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Kevin Michals, Managing Partner at Cross Properties, a real estate investment and development company headquartered in Philadelphia, joins Wall Street to Main Street hosts to talk the state of real estate during the COVID-19 pandemic. Check out Kevin Michals' podcast on entrepreneurship, Bilt215.
Wall Street to Main Street hosts continue to take a look at how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting areas within business and the economy. In this episode, they are joined by award-winning TV/Film producer Nimitt Mankad to discuss Hollywood and the entertainment industry. 
Wall Street to Main Street hosts continue to explore the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic is having on various sectors of the economy. In this episode, guest Dr. Ravi Goel joins the conversation to explore the healthcare industry and take a dive into what is going on for medical practitioners who are not on the so-called "frontlines." Ravi Goel, MD, is an ophthalmologist with Regional Eye Associates in Cherry Hill, NJ and a clinical instructor at the Wills Eye Hospital, and writes a personal blog entitled 
Wall Street to Main Street hosts Emily Advani and Reuben Advani welcome disruption and innovation expert, and Founder and CEO of Pivot Factory Michael Leadbetter to the show to discuss innovation during the COVID-19 global crisis specifically in the areas of Education and Healthcare. 
Dr. Oriol Sunyer, Professor of Immunology and Pathobiology at University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, joins hosts Reuben Advani and Emily Advani to provide insight on the science behind the COVID-19 pandemic and weigh in on the continuing economic implications of the health crisis. 
Co-hosts Reuben Advani and Emily Advani invite registered broker/dealer Chuck Bush, CEO of the Investment Banking and Managing Director of Great Road Capital, to discuss the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on the economy. Disclaimer: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in the podcast belong solely to our hosts and guests, and not necessarily to the our employers, organizations, committees or other groups or individuals. The Content is for informational purposes only, you should not construe any such information or other material as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
In this episode Wall Street to Main Street hosts talk about the historic volatility in the stock market pointing to factors like the Coronavirus and the Democratic primary elections.
Ring in the new year with a Wall Street to Main Street 2019 Year in Review with some advice on what to look out for in 2020.
In the latest episode, Wall Street to Main Street co-hosts Emily and Reuben Advani talk turbulent economy, luxury goods and the finance of film.
In the latest episode, hosts Emily and Reuben discuss the top 5 business lessons from Game of Thrones, the newest with the trade war and the meatless craze on Wall Street.
Husband and wife hosts chat about 2018 year end and what to be looking for as we start out 2019.
Wall Street to Main Street hosts chat about the stock market dropping 800 points, Sears filing for bankruptcy and the value of The Conners.
On the second episode of Wall Street to Main Street the hosts discuss the trade war, Netflix and short selling cannabis.
Husband and wife team - finance expert and author Reuben Advani and TV/Radio personality and entrepreneur Emily Advani - discuss business, the economy and the latest from the stock market. In this episode they cover the 10-year anniversary of the Lehman Brother collapse, trillion dollar valuations for Apple and Amazon, and they talk Telsa.
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