As the markets move around and interest rates are in limbo, David and Matt look at all of the conflicting news articles and try to use data to make educated predictions as to what the likely outcomes are from here. Is now the time to buy equities, bonds or fixed income products? Though we might not know with certainty, the evidence suggests…
What do insurance companies have in common with the stock market? David and Matt break down how the risk metrics have changed and how the stock market has repriced risk.
David and Justin explain the significance of the election results and the new law, as well as what it means for investors like you.
The definition of insanity is to keep doing the same thing over and over again yet expecting a different result. David and Matt have a field day talking politics in the lead-up to the vote tally. How will the market react and what do these elections mean for investors?
David and Matt take a back seat to financial guru, Madison Littlejohn who gives us some pretty high level answers to our numerous financial questions. This high school freshman manages to rock and roll through the Q&A session. Learn some useful questions to spark financial conversations with your teenager on this unique broadcast.
Focusing on the upcoming midterm elections, David and Matt discuss how to enhance the voting process and how we can give the people more power while reducing it for large corporations and lobbyists.
David and Matt delve deeply into global economics to discuss how a predominantly globalist regime is driving the market and undermining the Federal Reserve’s efforts to contain inflation.
Ok, we get it, the market has been stinking it up. Fear is in the air. But there is a silver lining: bad news has become good news! How so you ask? Well tune in as David, Matt and Derek talk about how if you hold the line, own the same amount of shares and are buying more while the market is low, you might wake up in the future and thank yourself for not making a bad mistake.
Listen as David and Justin discuss the implications of the higher dollar and what it means.
There is a big elephant in the room: and it just so happens the elephant is hurting our chances at a soft economic landing. David gets right to the point as he breaks down the ugly truth about the Federal reserves battle to curve inflation. What or who is the elephant in the room? Tune in and find out!