Wed, 29 April 2015
Rob discusses the earnings and losses of some of the most noteworthy companies and how that impacts your bottom line.
On today's show, Rob discusses Time-Warner’s revenue jump to an unexpected high from March Madness profits. The unfortunate news that fewer American families are saving less for college than before. I answer a listener’s email who is unsure if he is liable to pay capital gains taxes from the money he makes on the sale of his home. Dr. Jeff Rosen and I discuss the pros-and-cons of a slowly growing economy. (Yes, there is an upside)
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Tue, 28 April 2015
Jack Mohr of TheStreet.com and I rejoice over Apple’s spectacular earnings reports. Is the Nasdaq’s recovery different from the last time? What happened to people that avoided bonds? Why you need a combo of stocks, bonds and other products.
Then I take a call from a listener who’s looking to transition out of a 457 plan and would like to give his portfolio a make-over. Another caller asks about using insurance and annuities as income. Our third caller asks how to rebalance when you’re overweight in certain stocks.
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