The “Money Talks” experts take a closer look at how mortgage rates have been affected by recent interest rate cuts and provide guidance for those who may be looking to refinance their home.
The “Money Talks” hosts round out the show answering listeners’ questions on establishing a 401(k) plan for a small business and bank loan exchange-traded funds.
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.
Indices ended the trading day in red territory on Monday, as stocks dipped amid continuing U.S.-China trade war concerns and Hong Kong unrest. Tech stocks ticked up and helped the market close to the positive side Tuesday on news the White House will delay imposing certain tariffs on China until December.
The “Money Talks,” hosts lead a discussion on the options business owners have when selling their business during retirement. They look at the pros and cons of selling internally vs. externally.
This week on “Money Talks,” the hosts come together to discuss the mid-week 3% dip that likely stemmed from the inversion of the two- and 10-year Treasury bonds. They also take a look at the world economy and the trade war with China. The experts in business exit planning lead a discussion on the options…
The “Money Talks” hosts discuss the market’s reaction to the latest tariffs on Chinese goods, the escalating trade war, and China’s move to devalue its currency. They also touch on interest rates and the uptick in mortgage refinances.
This week on “Money Talks,” the experts share advice on how to hold and title rental properties to minimize the liability risk to your other assets.
This week on “Money Talks,” Chief Investment Officer Troy Harmon, CFA, CVA, is joined by Senior Associate Jarrett McKenzie, CFP®, CWS®, and Associate Melanie Wells, CFP® to discuss the market’s reaction to the latest tariffs on Chinese goods, the escalating trade war, and China’s move to devalue its currency. They also touch on interest rates…