It’s a JOE FRIDAY! Mortgage expert and senior loan officer Joe Capitano will join Steve and I for an in depth update of the real estate and mortgage markets but first, we’ll find out why August has been one of the worst months in history for the stock market for decades and whether or not electric cars will shut down the electric grid one day--experts say its possible! You won't want to miss today's show!
...Is the market overpriced? How much higher can it go? We'll review three different measuring sticks used by analysts to gauge how risky the market is and whether it has more gas in the tank , then Estate Planning Attorney Richard Dwornik joins us for timely estate planning tips regarding successor trustees.
It’s a health and wealth Wednesday! PHD and former ASU faculty member Doris Milton--who is also a master tax advisor-- will be joining us to talk about health issues which of course tie into financial issues, but first we will compare two retail giants-- Walmart and Amazon—and see how Walmart is closing the gap and fooling the critics, including Warren Buffett!
Will you get your money's worth from paying your Social Security taxes? Many people wonder if they will get all the money back out that they paid in and what their actual rate of return is on the money they do pay into the system. They also wonder what will happen when the system potentially breaks down and is no longer solvent—an event projected within fifteen years from right now. Learn what your rate of return on Social Security might be!
It’s a Larry Kudlow Monday! Hear former Reagan economist and popular radio host Larry Kudlow dig deep into the topics of health care, markets, and tax reform with key guests from Washington and Wall Street!
we’re going to find out which historical statistic says it is time to sell or pare back on Apple stock. Numbers don’t lie. Apple has become the biggest stock in the U.S. by market cap, which has not been a good thing for any stock during the last 45 years. Learn what Apple’s biggest threat now is according to the Wall Street Journal.