..It’s a LARRY KUDLOW MONDAY! Commentary from the former Ronald Reagan economist and new Donald Trump advisor is featured on Mastering Money today with high powered guests talking about the the markets, politics, China, North Korea, Donald Trump, Muller, the new tax law, and much more!—that’s ALL coming up NEXT—and you definitely don't want to miss it!! MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!
Have you ever wondered how much profit airlines make with each flight you take? ... And--- which airlines make more profit--those that charge fees for bags or those that don't? Today we have the facts and details from a Wall Street Journal Report that may really surprise you. Then New York Times Best Selling author and star of ABC television David Bach joins us for the Q & A session! A great show lined up for you today--MASTERING MONEY is on the air!
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How can you go from a three percent dividend yield on a boring dividend stock today, to a ten percent yield in ten years, and a steady fifteen percent in twenty years even if the stock stays flat? It is a dividend factor known as yield-on-cost which happens when you invest in companies that increase their dividends ever year. We’re going to reveal one of Warren Buffett's top wealth building secrets that you can easily implement into your own financial plan without raising your risk. By the way, Warren Buffett will bring in a 56% yield-on-cost this year from a famous dividend grower that he has held since 1998. Find out what it is and how he did it on today's show .... MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!
Biotech stocks were up big in 2017 and are leading the pack as a sector in 2018---up over 7% year to date! But do you know the difference between a biotech and a pharmaceutical company? And, do you know some of the top names in biotech stocks and ETFs? We’ll review what you need to know to tap into the remarkable profit potential in Biotechs and-- how to have more income in retirement without market risk or management fees!---MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!
Right now, you will hear many market analysts say that the stock market has no real reason to go down. The economy is still strengthening, company profits are rising, wages are rising, people are finding jobs like they haven’t for decades, and consumer confidence is strong. Still, the market is volatile. Up one day, down the next. Still-- many investors--who don't have a true all-weather strategy--are worried.
Is a bear market imminent? How about a recession. Today, we'll review a Wall Street Journal report on Elkhart Indiana, the RV capital of the world where the unemployment rate has fallen below 2%, real estate is rising, and auto dealers can't keep vehicles on the lot. Find out why the Journal says that Elkhart could be a glimpse at America's future. Then, commodity expert Terry Shveda joins us for the Q & A... A power packed show today that you don't want to miss--
..It’s a LARRY KUDLOW MONDAY! Commentary from the former Ronald Reagan economist and new Donald Trump advisor is featured on Mastering Money today with high powered guests and Larry's insights on the economy, the markets, politics, China, Donald Trump, Muller, the new tax law, and much more!—that’s ALL coming up NEXT—and you definitely don't want to miss it!! MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!
These volatile markets are still near all-time highs and companies are increasing earnings at a strong clip-- So, that means it's a great time to retire, right? Not so fast! Polls show that retirees are not feeling confident about this market and not sure how to replace all the income they had from work. Rather than taking on more risk to try to double their money, smart retirees are seeking ways to double their income--while LOWERING their risk. Find out what professional engineers, teachers, doctors, attorneys, and business owners are doing to turn their retirements into more income than they can spend alongside investments that can work in both up and down markets. MASTERING MONEY IS ON THE AIR!
Bear markets, defined as a period where the stock market goes down 20% or more from its highest point to its subsequent lowest point--happen frequently—probably more frequently than you think. From 1900 – until the present, there have been 32 bear markets. Statistically, they occur about 1 out of every 3.5 years and last an average of 367 days according to Dow statistics. Bull markets tend to last much longer. Experienced investors know that the real money is made in bear markets--especially for those who don't panic and sell, and for those who keep reinvesting dividends. They end up owning more shares purchased at lower prices. Today, we'll provide some facts and details on how to profit when markets fall. Then estate planning attorney Richard Dwornik joins us in studio for the Q & A.You don't want to miss today's show--MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!
According to the last census in 2010, there are one hundred and thirty-one million households in the United States. Statistics show that there were about three hundred sixty thousand house fires that year on only one in ten burned to the ground--MEANING-- that the odds of your house burning to the ground are about one in three thousand. Compare that to the odds of needing long-term care for more than a year: Long-term care odds now are a one in two chance for retired men, and a two in three chance for women. In other words, your odds of needing long-term care are one thousand to fifteen hundred times more likely than your house burning down. Today, we'll reveal several smart ways to help cover long-term care expenses that guarantee you will get more out than you put in and in some cases up to seven TIMES more! You don't want to miss today's show! MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!
One choice you will have to make with your retirement money-- if you are ever going to sleep well at night-- is to determine if you are a long-term value investor -- or a short-term market timing speculator.
An investment involves cash flow and return. The cash flow and profit one day add up to all the money you put in. Speculation does not involve cash flow—it is pure supply and demand. With the market giving mixed signals after rising seven out of the last nine years, investors are at a fork in the road. Here’s the question--are you looking to find companies with strong business models, that are actually making a profit within industries that are going to be part of the future economy? Or--are you simply looking to “get in, get out, and get paid?” Are you an investor, a speculator, or a SAVER?--(meaning you don't want to lose ANY money). On today's show, we'll show you how to stay in position to achieve your goals no matter how you describe yourself! MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!