Estate planning attorney Richard Dwornik is in the house, but first a A fascinating Wall Street Journal report. U.S. Insurance companies employ 2.1 million Americans and although they are adding artificial intel systems for data analysis, they still need peopleto perform key tasks. That doesn't stop them from using algorithms to determine the likelihood of automobiles crashing, hurricanes wiping out beach towns and juries finding doctors liable for malpractice. . Then
Algorithmic trading is taking over Wall Street. Investments held by what are known as quant hedge funds have more than doubled in three years from $408 billion dollars in 2013 to $918 billion dollars by the end of 2016, says the Wall Street Journal, and will surpass the one trillion mark soon. Find out why Wall Street firms are hiring physics PhDs rather than Wharton or Harvard MBAs. And, it's a Tatro Tuesday! A big show lined up today along with breaking news stories!
it’s a Larry Kudlow Monday! The one and only Larry Kudlow, economist and former Reagan advisor, shares his views on money and politics, today focusing on health care reform, Donald Trump, and plenty more—get a true Washington insider's take on what's happening now—then Steve wraps it up right after Larry
The WannaCry ransomware attack may be just the beginning. Demand for chief information security officers is rising as cybersecurity problems attract the attention of corporate boards. About 65% of large U.S. companies now have what is known as a CISO position--Chief Information Security Officer--up from 50% in 2016, according to the Information Systems Audit and Control Association. And today is a JOE FRIDAY!! Mortgage expert Joe Capitano is in the house to bring us all up to date on both mortgages and the real estate market.
It's a Larry Kudlow Monday!--Get key details on today's breaking financial news stories then we'll check in with syndicated radio host and former Reagan advisor, Larry Kudlow for his unique take on money, politics, Trumponomics, health care, and tax reform.
Learn exactly when you technically own a stock that you buy and when you qualify for the dividend. We'll find out if you can buy a stock one day, sell it the next and still make a year's worth of dividends. Then we'll discuss how to get a ten to twenty percent bonus on an annuity!