As the financial landscape evolves at a breakneck pace, staying up-to-date with the latest market trends, business developments, and economic news can be a daunting task. That’s where Wall Street to Main Street comes in – a weekly radio show that is designed to keep you informed, inspired, and empowered in your financial decision-making.

Hosted by our Hamilton Wealth Management President, Tom Hamilton, Wall Street to Main Street offers a unique blend of local and national financial and economic news coverage, expert insights, and in-depth analysis that will help you navigate the complex world of finance with confidence and ease. Whether you’re a seasoned investor, an aspiring entrepreneur, or just someone who wants to stay abreast of the latest financial trends, this show has something for everyone.

Every Friday from 4-5pm, Tom takes the helm and guides you through the most pressing financial topics of the day, offering his expert opinion and shedding light on what he sees as the most important issues that impact your financial well-being. From the stock market and real estate trends to tax policies and economic indicators, Tom covers it all with precision, clarity, and a keen eye for detail.

But what really sets Wall Street to Main Street apart from other financial radio shows is the fact that it is not just about numbers and charts. Tom understands that finance is ultimately about people, and that the decisions we make about money can have a profound impact on our lives and the lives of those around us. That’s why he invites business leaders from the Rochester community to join him on the show, offering their unique perspectives, insights, and stories that bring financial news to life.

Wall Street to Main Street can be heard every Friday at 4-5pm on WYSL in Rochester AND Western New York State. WYSL broadcasts on three stations, 1040 AM, 92.1 FM (Monroe County) and 95.5 FM (Rochester’s Western Suburbs).

We understand that you might have a busy schedule when the show is originally broadcast. To make it more convenient for you, we offer previous episodes in a podcast format. You can enjoy these episodes below, or by tuning in through Spotify, Apple Podcasts, & iHeart Radio. .

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This week we were honored to have on Bob Duffy, who serves as President & CEO of the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce.
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Tom discusses his concern regarding what he sees as an overvalued US equity market. Are we in a bubble?
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This week, Tom discusses scenarios he has encountered with clients throughout his 26-year journey, showcasing our ongoing commitment to adapt and deliver
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A considerable number of individuals possess annuities or life insurance policies that they haven't revisited in quite some time. Given the increase in fixed
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This week, Tom goes over seven questions that you should be asking your financial advisor. Whether you're already
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Have you ever wondered when you should start taking Social Security benefits in retirement?
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In this episode, Tom takes a deep-dive into the often-pondered question: What happens when the paychecks stop rolling in once you decide to retire?
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Rev up your engines for an exciting ride on the latest episode of Wall Street to Main Street! Join us as we chat with Brad McAreavy from the Rochester Auto
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In our first episode of 2024, Tom discusses the National debt passing the $34 trillion mark, the screeching halt of the residential real estate & mortgage
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In the final episode of 2023, Tom reviews what to expect in the investment world in 2024. Also, he discusses how heavy losses can cripple your portfolios...
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With the recent market highs that have been achieved, Tom explains why it is important to reposition investments from a position of strength, when markets are
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On this weeks episode of Wall Street to Main Street, Tom covers the jobs report, the Fed's inflation comments, and the importance of getting your estate plan...
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