Money Matters is the country's longest running live call-in investment and personal finance radio show. Money Matters is hosted by Wes Moss who is the Managing Partner and Chief Investment Strategist at Capital Investment Advisors (CIA).
Wes Moss, Chief Investment Strategist at Capital Investment Advisors (CIA) hosts Money Matters, the country’s longest running live call-in, investment and personal finance radio show.
Money Matters 2/18/24
On today’s show, Jeff Lloyd, Wealth Analyst for Capital Investment Advisors, joins Wes in the studio. They lament the end of football but run straight into financial news. They explain the pretty, pretty good dynamic of a “Larry David Economy” and discuss what it could mean for the Fed’s timing of future interest rates. They analyze energy titan NVIDIA, delve into concepts from Morgan Housel regarding behavioral finance, and offer tips for how to sleep well at night.
Money Matters 2/11/24
On this Super Bowl, Sunday edition of Money Matters, host Wes Moss, and Chief Investment Officer at Capital Investment Advisors Connor Miller kick off the show by looking at the economics of the Super Bowl on and off the field as well as the Taylor Swift effect.
You’ll hear about the preeminent technology company that recently announced it would pay out $5-billion in dividends. Wes and Connor compare the history of companies that kept their dividends the same, companies that didn’t pay a dividend, and companies that initiated a dividend and look at how those companies performed over time historically.
Plus, and update on the happy retiree financial checkpoint on liquid retirement savings adjusted for 40% inflation.
Money Matters 2-4-24
On today’s show, Wes is joined by Capital Investment Advisors Wealth Analyst Jeff Lloyd. Theygive the latest update on the Fed and interest rates, comment on Elon Musk continuing to makeheadlines, and lay out the case for Walmartannouncing a good old-fashioned stock split. Theytackle the evergreen concept of market perfection vs. participation, analyze some welcomehousing news, and examine how retirement planning can incorporate long-term capital gain andDIV taxes