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.
The week saw stronger-than-expected data on services, third quarter economic expansion and positive employment data.
Former Secretary of State, Karen Handel, joins “Money Talks” to discuss her bid for the Republican nomination for Georgia’s Senate race in 2014.