Former Secretary of State, Karen Handel, joins “Money Talks” to discuss her bid for the Republican nomination for Georgia’s Senate race in 2014.
The “Money Talks” hosts answer listeners’ questions on stocks that have benefited from the housing recovery and health care stocks that may be affected by the Affordable Care Act.
The Henssler Research Analysts weigh in on what may be hurting the sales of teen retailers.
The Henssler Research Analysts weigh in on the biggest tech initial public offering since Facebook.
This week on “Money Talks,” Bil Lako, CFP® aand hosts discuss the week’s market movements, answer listeners’ questions on dollar cost averaging and discuss the financial experts you should consult if you are facing a divorce.
With the Federal Reserve not changing its economic outlook, the markets took a mid-week tumble, erasing gains from Tuesday’s new highs.
The “Money Talks” hosts explain DCA, provide opinions on a luxury retailer and technology company and recommend where to invest first.
Hosts explain how a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™ can help plan for the long-term financial effects of divorce.
This week on “Money Talks” the hosts cover the week’s broad economic picture, and answer listeners’ questions on increasing your tax basis, Scripps Networks and rolling a retirement plan into an IRA. Dr. Gene, Bil and Ted also interview Congressman Jack Kingston, who is seeking the Republican nomination for next year’s Senate race.
A late week rally pushed the S&P 500 into record territory.