Our Research team discuss after-hours trading, what we deem as “safe” investments during a market pullback and questions on industrial conglomerate Danaher Corp. and provide opinions on the valuation of homebuilder NVR Inc.
Our experts address a listener’s question about the Senate’s recent blocking of the Keystone XL pipeline bill.
This week on “Money Talks” Dr. Gene, Bil Lako, CFP® and Teddy Parrish, CFA are back to discuss the market’s movements, what they expect for Black Friday sales, and earnings from Wal-mart. The experts also answer listeners’ questions on Allete, Inc., Gilead Sciences, Sketchers and Activision Blizzard. They also address withdrawing your 401(k), commission charges, caring for a dependent parent and tax loss selling.
If you have losses in certain stocks or bonds, you may be able to sell them for a loss to offset any capital gains you recognized during the year.
The “Money Talks” hosts discuss the week’s market movements, mortgage rates, jobless claims, housing market and earnings from Wal-mart.
Dr. Gene, Bil and Teddy discusses why we feel the stock market is the best place to invest to grow your money. They also discuss what happens to your investments when interest rates increase.
The “Money Talks” hosts answer listeners’ stock questions on Allete, Gilead Sciences, Skechers and Activision Blizzard. They also provide information on tax consequences to a listener who wants to leave their job and take their 401(k) assets, and address a question on management fees, commission charges and the Dependent Care Credit.
This week on “Money Talks” Dr. Gene, Bil Lako, CFP® and Troy Harmon, CFA, discuss the week’s economic indicators and the election and how it may affect the markets. The hosts also answer listeners’ questions on Lease Corp., October’s 9% correction and if they think ETFs will replace mutual funds.
Now that the midterm elections are over and we have an idea of the direction our government may move in regards to immigration or health care, we wanted to take a look at some sectors we think may be affected by the results.