Tue, 23 February 2016
Rob Black discusses Fitbit’s 14% drop, millennial focused ETF’s and the markets return from crisis mode.
Rob Black shares several market stories including Home Depot's 4th quarter dividends increase, airline companies raising prices after hitting 5 year lows, Chipotle suffering from menu fatigue and Fitbit’s future after a sharp drop.
I call in to talk about the dangerous trend of companies creating millennial-centric ETF’s that focus on only tech sectors and estate planning tips with millennials in mind.
Patrick O’Hare calls in and explains the markets turnaround from crisis mode to normal in a two week span. He also gives us his opinion about the uncertainty surrounding Janet Yellen, the next direction for housing after 6 years of steady recovery and the possibility of internet stocks hitting a bubble.
Rob then takes call from Jesse who saved diligently for retirement, but didn’t factor in the healthcare costs for Parkinson’s disease which he was diagnosed with 3 years ago.
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