Money Matters

Money Matters

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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). 

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Money Matters with Wes Moss

Money Matters with Wes Moss

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 6/16/24

On today’s show, Wes is joined by CIA’s Wealth Management Analyst, Jeff Lloyd. They discuss the heat in Atlanta, Father’s Day, and Taylor Swift’s economic impact. Then, they review the latest consumer prices and analyze what’s gone up or down. They turn to a conversation about tipping protocol, then Chick-fil-A, and transition into an examination of Waffle House’s hourly wages. Finally, Wes talks about using dividends as cash for retirement.

Money Matters 6/9/24

On today’s episode of Money Matters, Capital Investment Advisors’ Chief Investment Officer Connor Miller, joins Wes in the studio. They open with a discussion about the fire sale on Teslas. Next, they explain “The Misery Index” and how it can sometimes influence economic vibes more than the actual economic reality does. Then, they look at a possible change in NBA salaries and point out the discrepancy between today's numbers vs. what Michael Jordan made. Finally, they examine the all-time highs the market has hit this year and give the history of how the market fares depending on which party is elected. The answer might surprise you!

Money Matters 6/2/24

On today’s show, Capital Investment Advisors' Wealth Management Analyst Jeff Lloyd joins Wes. They have a quick discussion about the kids being out of school for the summer and Jeff’s celebrity-filled golf experience. Next, they shift to the new T+1 settlement, which says stock trades will settle in one business day rather than two. Then they talk about core pursuits and the health benefits of tennis. They review retirement tips and look at the near end of the Q1 earning season. They confer about the danger of scams and the potential loneliness of people who work from home. Finally, they examine how much happiness a salary might be able to buy.

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