we’ve been focusing on the stock portfolio of Bill Gates, today we’ll take a deep dive into Warren Buffett’s portfolio and the big changes he has made of late. Some may surprise you! Then estate planning attorney and MBA Richard Dwornik is here to educate on how to handle new estate planning rules and why your trust may be out of date if it contains the old AB provision!
It’s a Tatro Tuesday—Bill Tatro will here in a few, but first we’re going to continue looking at the stock portfolio of Bill Gates who focuses on companies that pay dividends and have a key market cornered
It’s a Larry Kudlow Monday! The well connected and Nationally syndicated economist Larry Kudlow shares his views on money and politics (add to it if you wish :)
Today, we're going to continue our investment series by taking a look at the stock portfolio of Bill Gates, managed by Mike Larson. Gates owns shares of companies that have the market cornered in their specific business, and rarely sells his positions. One of his favorites owns over 40,000 microwave towers and 16,500 miles of fiber supporting small cell networks. Find out some of his other major holdings.
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!