Episodes

The Financial Double Play: Inflation, Jobs, Higher Interest Rates

July 12, 2022

Today we are in the middle of the financial double play. This double play will undoubtedly guide the course of the economy over the next year.

The Financial Double Play: Inflation, Jobs, Higher Interest Rates

July 11, 2022

Today we are in the middle of the financial double play. This double play will undoubtedly guide the course of the economy over the next year.

The Financial Double Play: Inflation, Jobs, Higher Interest Rates

July 11, 2022

Today we are in the middle of the financial double play. This double play will undoubtedly guide the course of the economy over the next year.

The Financial Double Play: Inflation, Jobs, Higher Interest Rates

July 11, 2022

Today we are in the middle of the financial double play. This double play will undoubtedly guide the course of the economy over the next year.

It Was A Good Week For Stocks, But Little Else

July 11, 2022

It was a good week for stocks, as all three indexes closed the week with gains. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up fractionally this week, the S&P 500 up 2% and leading the way, the battered but breathing NASDAQ was up…

It Was A Good Week For Stocks, But Little Else

July 10, 2022

It was a good week for stocks, as all three indexes closed the week with gains. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up fractionally this week, the S&P 500 up 2% and leading the way, the battered but breathing NASDAQ was up…

A Good Week For Stocks, But Little Else

July 10, 2022

It was a good week for stocks, as all three indexes closed the week with gains. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up fractionally this week, the S&P 500 up 2% and leading the way, the battered but breathing NASDAQ was up…

A Good Week For Stocks, But Little Else

July 9, 2022

It was a good week for stocks, as all three indexes closed out the week with gains. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up fractionally this week, the S&P 500 up 2% and leading the way, the battered but breathing NASDAQ was…

Inflation Trouble: The Issue With Raising Interest Rates

July 9, 2022

Today inflation is our country's top financial problem. Recent surveys have pointed to the high price of gas and food as the two issues Americans are most concerned about.

Inflation Trouble: Why Don’t We Just Raise Interest Rates?

July 8, 2022

Today inflation is our country's top financial problem. Recent surveys have pointed to the high price of gas and food as the two issues Americans are most concerned about.

Inflation Trouble: Why Not Just Raise Interest Rates?

July 8, 2022

Today inflation is our country's top financial problem. Recent surveys have pointed to the high price of gas and food as the two issues Americans are most concerned about.

Inflation Trouble: Why Not Just Raise Interest Rates?

July 8, 2022

Today inflation is our country's top financial problem. Recent surveys have pointed to the high price of gas and food as the two issues Americans are most concerned about.

Jobs That Never Returned After The Pandemic

July 8, 2022

Its been over two years since the Pandemic began. During that dreadful second quarter, government officials required that "non-essential" businesses close their doors.The impact of this draconian action was swift and devasta…

Jobs That Never Returned After The Pandemic

July 7, 2022

Its been over two years since the Pandemic began. During that dreadful second quarter, government officials required that "non-essential" businesses close their doors.The impact of this draconian action was swift and devasta…

Jobs That Never Returned After The Pandemic

July 7, 2022

Its been over two years since the Pandemic began. During that dreadful second quarter, government officials required that "non-essential" businesses close their doors.The impact of this draconian action was swift and devasta…

Jobs That Never Returned After The Pandemic

July 7, 2022

Its been over two years since the Pandemic began. During that dreadful second quarter, government officials required that "non-essential" businesses close their doors.The impact of this draconian action was swift and devasta…

Why I Think The Recession Has Already Begun

July 7, 2022

It's the question I'm most often asked: "how will we know when a Recession begins?" Times are tough for many. Everyone can feel that this economy is struggling. The one-two punch of rising prices and uncertain salaries puts…

Why I Think The Recession Has Already Begun

July 6, 2022

It's the question I'm most often asked: "how will we know when a Recession begins?" Times are tough for many. Everyone can feel that this economy is struggling. The one-two punch of rising prices and uncertain salaries puts…

Why I Think The Recession Has Already Begun

July 6, 2022

It's the question I'm most often asked: "how will we know when a Recession begins?" Times are tough for many. Everyone can feel that this economy is struggling. The one-two punch of rising prices and uncertain salaries puts …

Why I Believe The Recession Has Already Begun

July 6, 2022

It's the question I'm most often asked: "how will we know when a Recession begins?" Times are tough for many.

Will The Dollar Go The Way Of The Continental?

July 6, 2022

Throughout our financial history, the United States has operated under many currencies. Each currency reflected the different economic conditions of the country.  Our first currency was the Continental.

Will The Dollar Go The Way Of The Continental?

July 5, 2022

Throughout our financial history, the United States has operated under many currencies. Each currency reflected the different economic status of the country.  Our first currency was the Continental.

Will The Dollar Go The Way Of The Continental?

July 5, 2022

Throughout our financial history, the United States has operated under many currencies. Each currency reflected the different economic status of the country.  Our first currency was the Continental.

Will The Dollar Go The Way Of The Continental?

July 5, 2022

Throughout our financial history, the United States has operated under many currencies. Each currency reflected the different economic status of the country. Our first currency was the Continental.