Over the past nine years, we’ve been in our longest bull market in history, with annualized S&P 500 Index returns from Mar. 9, 2009 through the end of December 2018, coming in around 16.5%. And then the financial markets returned to their volatile ways. Since the high on Sept. 20, 2018, the S&P 500 has…
The major indices closed out the last session of 2018 in the green, but 2018 still ended in the red. In a step up on New Year’s Eve, Healthcare and Consumer Discretionary stocks fared the best. On Tuesday, investors and the markets took the day off to celebrate the New Year’s holiday. Trading resumed Wednesday,…
Compounding happens when you earn returns on your invested money and then you reinvest your returns so that money can also earn returns. It seems magical the longer you let it ride! Learn more in this week’s Financial Tip.
The reality is that each week there is another high-profile story like the incidents at Equifax, Target, and Yahoo. Unfortunately, there are many more that never make the headlines. The fact is business is online these days, from receiving eStatements from Schwab to buying your movie tickets for Friday night. One thing is clear: You…
Our experts take an in-depth look into a listener’s question on an automaker’s claim that the majority of passenger vehicles will be electric by 2023 and how investors can parlay that into an electrical utility play.
The “Money Talks” experts answering listeners’ questions on injecting money into the economy; tax loss selling Under Armour, Kroger, and Allergan; and an investor who wants to pause on his retirement savings.
The “Money Talks” experts address a variety of listener questions including one on the run up of the Financials sector; specifics of IRA rollovers; what is a bond ladder, and electronic accessories company Zagg, Inc.
The “Money Talks” experts answer listeners’ questions on drug maker Teva Pharmaceuticals; banking and investment stocks Voya Financial, Legg Mason, and OneMain Holdings; technology giant IBM, and tax deductions for spousal support.
Henssler’s experts round out the “Money Talks” radio show by addressing listeners’ questions on whether investors should wait until January to take capital gains, whether investing in retailers like Wal-Mart and Target for the holiday season is reasonable, and they discuss the dip in Coach stock once the company unveiled its plans to rebrand as Tapestry.
The “Money Talks” hosts spend time answering listeners’ questions on health care companies Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc., and Roche Holding, Ltd., oil and gas exploration company Pioneer Natural Resources, long-term disability insurance coverage, estate planning to control the distribution of wealth, and Tyson Foods, Inc.