Despite a slow start with light trading, the week ends with both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 closing at record levels.
President Obama expanded the Pay as You Earn program to include borrowers who took out federal student loans before October 2007 and those who stopped borrowing by October 2011.
Is a flex spending account worth it? We discuss the tax savings in our “Money Talks” Q&A Segment.
The “Money Talks” hosts address listener questions on food stocks, H&R Block and our assumptions on the market for six to 10 years.
This week on “Money Talks” the Research Analysts are at the helm, discussing wholesale trade and the market’s midweek tumble. The hosts also address how to develop an income portfolio, answer listeners’ questions on Cisco Systems, Bristol-Myers Squibb and discuss the safety of bonds.
The markets began the week strong on M&A activity, only to drop late in the week on light volume and mixed economic data.
The Henssler Research Analysts provide recommendations for long-term holdings and the risks involved with investing in government bonds.
Dr. Gene, Bil Lako, CFP®, and Ted Parrish, CFA are back in the “Money Talks” studio to discuss broad-picture economics, including the ISM Manufacturing and Services Indices, the ADP jobs report and the week in earnings. The hosts also address how to determine your risk tolerance and answer listeners’ questions on biotech stocks and Boeing.