More than 5,000 stocks are eliminated through a mathematical process to come up with fewer than 25 stocks in the IQ Wealth Black Diamond Dividend Portfolio! CFP, MBA, and Certified Investment Management Analyst Murray Titterington, also a Browns fan, is here to review just how that process works.
Gary Kaltbaum joins Steve and Sinclair, but first...What do Toyota, Nissan, Honda, BMW, Volkswagen, and KIA all have in common? They are building more and more of their cars in Mexico where the minimum wage is $4 a DAY!! Now, suddenly, the car makers are reporting personnel shortfalls as workers have begun protesting-- saying they are simply not getting enough pesos to stay on the assembly lines. Steve and Sinclair have the financial report.
Professional Scrabble has become one of the most popular "sports" in the world. A Wall Street Journal report says that many of the strategies used in winning Scrabble translate into high-level trading and investing. Steve and Sinclair have the report.
How hot is hot? The business of peppers has mushroomed into a very big business. Steve and Sinclair review a Wall Street Journal report on the big players in the industry and how "heat" is measured among the world's hottest peppers. Then CFP Murray Titterington explains why some popular stocks are not good enough to be included in the Black Diamond Dividend Portfolio.
Last week, Met Life shareholders lost 9 percent in one day--more than 4.3 billion dollars! The Wall Street Journal reports on why it happened and why more trouble could be on the way. Steve and Sinclair have the report!
Without dividends reinvested, the S & P 500 index would have only averaged 6.2% over the past 50 years, not 10%. CFP and Certified Investment Management Analyst Murray Titterington is here to dig into the power of dividends and show you how you may increase your overall yields!
Catastrophe bonds were invented in the early 1990s to help insurance companies mitigate the risk of disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes.They've been a little known lucrative investment since the early 1990s. Steve and Sinclair have the Wall Street Journal report. Then Neil Macneale, editor of the 2 for 1 stock split newsletter is here for the Q & A.
His strategy has soundly outperformed the S & P since the 1990s as reported on MarketWatch.com
Steve and Sinclair report on the financial markets and then we take a deep dive into the precious metals markets with nationally known gold expert Nick Grovich. Steve then reviews a Wall Street Journal report on new calculations for long-term care needs-studies show that the healthier you are today, the more you need for future long-term care needs--because you may need the care for many more years than a less healthy person.
Lithium is the lightest metal on earth, and guess what? Elon Musk and other car makers want a lot more of it! Also, Tesla Motors buyout of SolarCity, Steve and Sinclair have the report. Last of all, a look at the all new MyAnnuityGuy.com!