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podcasts: Money Matters with Wes Moss

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Money Matters with Wes Moss

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Posted: April 15, 2018

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Washington Driving Wall Street - Tariff Impact Update (Part 1)

Topics: It seems as though almost all the movement in markets, both up and down, has come at the hand of President Trump. The talk of tariffs has been a cattle prod for stocks. Wes compared the potential impact if tariffs relative to other 2018 economic stimulus. Caller questions include, “Will the yield curve invert and lead to recession, what sectors of the stock market should I own, and should I use my Roth now or later”.

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Money Matters 4/08/18 Hour 2

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The War on Tech (Part 2)

Topics: Facebook has lost almost $100B in market value over the last 2 months. Will the tech rout continue with Amazon, Tesla, and Facebook, all getting punished in recent weeks.  Caller questions include, “what to do with GE, and do I have too much Kimco Realty stock?” Also, a CHIME economic update. 

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The War on Tech (Part 1)

Topics: Facebook has lost almost $100B in market value over the last 2 months. Will the tech rout continue with Amazon, Tesla, and Facebook, all getting punished in recent weeks.  Caller questions include, “what to do with GE, and do I have too much Kimco Realty stock?” Also, a CHIME economic update. 

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What’s Ailing this Market? The Fed, Facebook, Fear Over Trade.

Topics: Caller questions include Paul, “I’m buying my first home, where should I get the down payment money?” And Denise is divorced after 29 years, now has a QDRO of $330k and 4 kids...how can she generate income?

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What’s Ailing this Market? The Fed, Facebook, Fear Over Trade.

Topics: Jim asks about tariffs. “Are tariffs to protect us or punish them?” Mary asks “is there a way to protect your mortgage against higher interest rates...

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What’s Ailing this Market? The Fed, Facebook, Fear Over Trade.

Topics: Caller questions include Jim who asks “Don’t you want to sell when you are up 20%? That’s what everyone says...” and “how much should I pull out of my 457 plan under the new Trump tax code?”

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How Happy Retirees Can Spend $82,770 a Year Without Having Millions on the Bank

Topics: Caller questions include, “my RMD is $67,000 what should i do with it, and I’m thinking of buying an indexed annuity that says there’s no risk, is it too good to be true?”

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