The health care sector was thriving a few years back, but health stocks have been hit hard of late due to the uncertainties of where the U.S. health insurance and health care systems are going.The simple fact is that Obamacare will either collapse under its own weight, or it will be repealed and replaced with Trumpcare, Rand Paul Care, or some combination. We'll look at which stocks have been hurt and which might pose an opportunity and why the sector is anything but dead. Then estate planning attorney Richard Dwornik is here to talk wills and trusts.
Part of the reason Tesla cars have become popular is the perceived low cost of operation, insurance, and maintenance. But accidents are occurring more often than insurers thought, and the cost of repairs are higher than they thought. AAA insurance has announced a steep 30% immediate increase in rates on Tesla's. Experts say it could hurt the stock price. Then, the Tax Nurse, Doris Milton with H & R Block joins us for a power-packed Health and Wealth Wednesday!
It's a Larry Kudlow Monday--listen to Larry and his guests discuss Trumponomics, tax reform, and the health care reform--and what it may mean for the markets. Then Steve has a planning update you won't to miss.
Americans made 433 million fewer trips to restaurants at lunchtime last year, resulting in roughly $3.2 billion dollars in lost business for restaurants as an industry, according to market-research firm NPD Group Inc. It was the lowest level of lunch traffic in at least four decades! Going Out for Lunch appears to be a Dying Tradition. Find out why, and which stocks you should avoid
A $10,000 investment in Amazon.com 20 years ago would be worth $4.9 million today. So, why didn't you buy it and hold it that whole time? We'll tell you the scientific reason why. And which 9 stocks are in position to give Amazon a run for its money in the new, ever changing field of retail? The names might surprise you in this report from Barron's
It's a TATRO Tuesday!--today we'll be discussing Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Harvard commencement speech where he called for a Universal Basic Income for all--but we don't think he mentioned free tuition at Harvard. And now, backing up Zuckerberg is Tesla founder Elon Musk. Musk says robots will take half of all jobs in the next decade. The American Association for the Advancement of Science proclaimed robots could wipe out half of all jobs currently performed by humans not later than 2030--less than 13 years from now. Get the facts and statistics and see how it could all affect your retirement investments!
Don't miss a special Memorial Day edition of Mastering Money with Steve and Ken--and Red Skelton. Larry Kudlow is also featured on today's show. Listen in!
ESPN, one of the most powerful names ever in cable television that got so popular Disney bought it outright--has lost nine million subscribers in the past three years alone, is losing money hand over fist, and Disney shareholders say it is time to dump it. We'll find out what one prominent sports commentator says the real problem is. ....Then..Got Milk? In fact, maybe we've all got too much of it! Farmers are dumping milk in the fields due to a glut, as the population of dairy cows has grown to a record number. Green Bay fans will be happy to learn that there has never been more cheese in reserve--and that ain't no bull.