The “Money Talks” experts answer listeners’ questions on how to value a business that is based on the owners’ skills, what value stocks available in the market would make good long-term holdings, and investing in cash alternatives for your emergency reserves.
The “Money Talks” experts answer listeners’ questions on self-directed IRAs and provide their opinions on whether or not the market is in a tech bubble.
The “Money Talks” experts answer listeners’ questions on how to “catch up” to other 35-year-olds, selling portfolio holdings when they’re down, tips for surviving an IRS audit, and plant-based meat substitute manufacturer Beyond Meat.
The “Money Talks” experts address listeners’ questions on naming your estate as the beneficiary of your retirement account and the expected rate cut from the Federal Reserve. The hosts discuss how the rate cut might be perceived in the market and if investors will pay for it in the long run. This article is for…
The “Money Talks” hosts respond to listeners’ stock questions on Exxon Mobil, Berkshire Hathaway, Chevron Corp., Bank of America, Pfizer, and UPS. They also discuss a question on how much one should have in retirement savings by a certain age.
The “Money Talks” show hosts answer listeners’ questions on arts and crafts store Michaels, investing in international mutual funds, and inheriting 529 plans with more money than anticipated school costs. This article is for demonstrative and academic purposes and is meant to provide valuable background information on particular investments, NOT a recommendation to buy. The…
The “Money Talks” hosts answer listeners’ questions on whether one should continue to save to a 401(k) while trying to pay down debt and if it is too late to get in on growth technology stocks Autohome, Inc. and Splunk, Inc.
The “Money Talks” show hosts address listeners’ questions on available education tax credits, Consumer Discretionary restaurant stocks Jack in the Box, Cheesecake Factory, and Cracker Barrel; if a homeowner can tap into home equity, and asset vs. stock sales of a business.
The “Money Talks” experts also address listeners’ questions on the future tax treatment of Roth IRAs and hospice and plumbing company Chemed Corp.
The “Money Talks” show hosts address a listener’s question on investment banker The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.