SOURCE: Gilford Securities, Inc.
PHILADELPHIA, PA--(Marketwire - Oct 31, 2011) - The Financial Scorecard with Jeremy Hare, of Gilford Securities, can be heard at 12:25pm on Mondays and Fridays during radio legend Tony Bruno's show on 97.5 FM The Fanatic or ESPN 950 AM or live at http://www.975thefanatic.com/. Don't miss a winning combo, expert advice on up to date financial news and Philadelphia sports talk.
"I understand that each person has unique financial goals, and everybody wants to win in both sports and investing. It seems natural to combine these two topics for this market," Jeremy Hare said. The Financial Scorecard will convey important and timely financial facts that will give the public need-to-know information about current market news.
On the Financial side:
Before joining Gilford Securities, Jeremy was Executive Director-Investments for Oppenheimer & Co. Inc. where he managed in excess of $228,000,000 of client assets in a wide variety of equity and fixed incomes. As one of the top producers in the firm, Jeremy received the prestigious Chairman's Council Award in 2009 and 2010. Prior to working at Oppenheimer he received the Chairman's Circle of Excellence Award and Senior Leadership Council Award from Wachovia Securities (currently Wells Fargo Advisors). He was formerly the co-host of a Sunday radio show, "Straight Talk with the Money Guys." Gilford Securities, founded in 1979, is one of Wall Street's few remaining private investment-banking firms and offers their premier full-service boutique investing services to the Philadelphia region and to institutional and retail clients nationally. From award-winning corporate finance services and equity research to retirement planning and wealth management, our financial experts are prepared to accommodate the needs of all investors.
On the Sports side:
Tony Bruno is nothing short of a radio legend in Philadelphia. Tony's outrageous, enthusiastic, off-the-wall approach has always endeared him to Philly sports fans. Tony's background in sports is long and distinguished. He is an alum of the famed, old WFIL and also worked at WCAU. He was a morning show host on WIP in the early 1990s and then moved on to ESPN Radio, Fox Sports Radio and Sporting News Radio. Tony has also worked in television, notably as a regular contributor on Fox Sports Best Damn Sports Show Period. Now Tony is thrilled to be back mid-days in Philly and ready to bring listeners the type of entertaining sports radio that only he can provide!