Barry Loudermilk, candidate for Georgia’s 11th Congressional District seat joins “Money Talks” to discuss his bid to go to Washington.
The “Money Talks” hosts address listener questions on dealing with an old 401(k), a municipal bond portfolio versus dividend-paying stocks and consumer cyclical stocks.
This week on “Money Talks” Director of Research Troy Harmon, CFA, joins anchor hosts Dr. Gene and Teddy Parrish, CFA to discuss sudden wealth, Henssler’s 10 Year rule, and answer listeners’ questions about Cobb County’s growth, Apple, and Smuckers.
Investors pushed the market higher on speculation the Fed will keep its easy money policy intact.
The “Money Talks” hosts provide their opinions on Cobb County’s growth over the next few years.
Is Apple “dead in the water?” As fans of the stock, we weigh in on Apple’s future.
Having 10 years of liquidity accounted for can also help you sleep at night, knowing that the money you need in the immediate future is for all intents and purposes, safe.
If you come into sudden wealth, you should do a cash-flow analysis before you quit your job, move to an exotic island or purchase a yacht.
This week on “Money Talks” the hosts talk with Senate candidate Karen Handel, answer listeners’ questions on teen retailers, Schweitzer-Mauduit Boston Scientific and Cerner, and address the interest in Twitter’s IPO.
The week saw stronger-than-expected data on services, third quarter economic expansion and positive employment data.