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The Wall Street Journal is reporting that restaurants--especially fast food restaurants--are seeing a statistical decline in visits. Fast food prices are rising, and consumers are suddenly cutting back--Steve and Sinclair have the story. Then Steve does a fact check on the Barrons Top 50 Annuity report for 2016 ...Mastering Money coming up next, Right after Business For Breakfast, right after the news, right here on Money Radio!!
The Brexit shock continues as currency traders who bet wrong before the vote, scramble to get back on their feet after the vote. Gold is on the rise, showing that it has not lost its luster as a hedge against the fears of a monetary crisis. Today, hear from gold experts at one of the nation's leading firms, American Federal Rare Coin, and Bullion, founded by its president Nick Grovich.
The Wall Street Journal reports that hiring by temporary staffing agencies has suddenly fallen to levels not seen since prior to the 2008 crisis. Find out what it means... then CFP, MBA, and Certified Investment Management Analyst Murray Titterington with IQ Wealth is here to discuss the Black Diamond Dividend Portfolio
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Today on Mastering Money, Gary Kaltbaum joins the A-Team to talk about the Brexit vote and what it means to investors, no matter which way the vote goes. Meanwhile, the Swiss Franc has gotten so strong that investors are lining up for ten year bonds paying negative interest rates of minus a half percent a year! Swiss banks and the government see the franc strength as a real problem and even recessionary in their own economy. Steve and Sinclair review a Wall Street Journal report.
Is there another Tech Bubble Crash around the corner? The Wall Street Journal reports that many angel investors are backing away fast from big-name, non-profit Tech companies. In the last high-tech crash in 2000, the problem was that internet companies were making no profit at all, but their share prices kept going up turning into the biggest bubble since 1929. Today, companies like Uber and Zenefits and others in San Francisco are starting to show signs of similar riskiness. Uber has never made a profit nor has it paid any taxes in the U.S. Competitors are entering the scene and municipal laws could hamper Uber's ability to operate. Shareholders could take the hit. Steve and Sinclair have the timely story. Later, Steve talks about the IQ Wealth Black Diamond Dividend Portfolio.
Estate planning attorney and MBA Richard Dwornik is here to review case studies and answer key questions on living trust provisions that can sometimes be misinterpreted.