Our educational series on dividend paying stocks continues. We'll examine a company you might have never heard of, that has increased its dividend for 44 consecutive years! Thanks to its dominant position in the medical devices industry, this Dividend Aristocrat benefits from several factors including a growing and aging world population. It is a wide moat company providing necessary services outside the high tech world of Silicon Valley that makes money year after year. Then Steve reviews the various types of annuities and defines terms like margin, spread, cap, and participation rate.
It's a TATRO Tuesday! Bill Tatro will join us for his unique take on the markets, interest rates, and the economy. But first we'll take a look at the stock of GE. With Jeff Immelt stepping down in August as CEO of General Electric, many investors wonder if GE will make a comeback. The stock has fallen thirty percent under Immelt, but jumped on the announcement he was stepping down. Will GE cut its dividend? And is GE a bargain, or a dud? Let's find out!
The stock market appears to be trading on whether or not Donald Trump's tax bill passes, believing that if the tax bill is a go, so is a revival of the Trump bump. If not, the market could go flat. With all the distractions, the Democrats appear to be playing stall ball. But a legal opinion from famed attorney Alan Dershowitz could change a few minds. A big show lined up today!
The U.S. Open golf tournament starts tomorrow and will be held in Wisconsin, not Pebble Beach at the Erin Hills golf course, a masterpiece. But the millionaire developer who built the course went broke doing it, and found a way to run out of money at age 71, selling the course for a loss. Find out the full story! Then Steve reviews key annuity fundamentals and RMD optimization
It's a Larry Kudlow Monday--listen to Larry and his guests discuss Trumponomics, tax reform, and health care, and the economy. Then Steve has an investment update you won't want to miss.
Brain implants are not only the wave of the future—more and more of them are being installed routinely, successfully battling epilepsy and other conditions. Analysts say brain implants could become as common as pacemakers for the heart!! Is there one in your future? And, over 27 million people a year get Chiropractic care. There are certain conditions you may have where even chiropractors say you should not have manipulation. We'll explore