Income inequality is an issue that affects the poor, middle class and rich. Warren Valdmanis joins Andy to discuss solutions for challenges facing capitalism.
4:26: How Does Capitalism Need To Improve?
7:42: How Is Income Inequality A Problem For The Rich?
9:55: How Can Business Owners Manage Greed?
15:10: How Can Social Capitalism Gain Momentum?
20:30: How Can Entrepreneurs Best Achieve Social Capitalism?
Discover how the COVID crisis may be psychologically impacting your financial decisions. Joy Lere joins Andy to discuss her work helping people successfully manage finances during times of crisis.
3:54: How Are Money And Psychology Connected?
10:09: What Are The Factors That Go Into Financial Decision Making?
17:03: How Is COVID Impacting Financial Decisions?
24:29: How Can A Simple Shift In Mindset Help Your Psychology?
27:40: How Can You Create Financial Anti-Fragility?
Unprecedented central banking intervention into financial markets has turned global markets into one big carry trade. Discover how carry trading impacts your investments and how you can navigate carry trading.
3:26: What Is A Carry Trade?
6:10: How Do Fluctuations Of Currencies Impact Carry Trades?
13:32: How Does Credit Expansion Impact Carry Trades?
17:38: How Is Fundamental Trading Impacted By Carry Trading?
25:22: Why Must The Fed Be Required To Print Money?
38:22: How Is The S&P 500 Related To Carry Trading?
53:59: How Has Carry Trading Impacted Modern Monetary Theory?
Trust is the cornerstone of any relationship, yet it increasingly is in short supply. Joel Peterson joins Andy to discuss how to build, execute and maintain trust in business.
Bad habits – not lack of knowledge -- are the most common reasons people go broke. John MacGregor joins Andy to discuss the habits you can develop today that will help you preserve your wealth.
3:41: What’s The #1 Reason People Go Broke?
6:30: Why Do So Few People Make A Financial Plan?
10:30: How Is Losing Wealth A Behavioral Issue?
14:58: How Do You Change Your Financial Behavior?
21:13: What Should People Do During COVID To Protect Their Wealth?
Discover the advantages and risks of owning gold ETFs. Tom Lydon joins Andy to discuss the differences between paper gold and physical gold.
5:18: What Is A Gold ETF?
14:37: Why Do Gold ETFs Get A Bad Rap?
18:35: How Does A New Investor Educate Himself On ETFs?
24:55: Why Is The Stock Market Rising During The COVID Crisis?
The COVID crisis has collapsed the economy, yet the stock market has rebounded. Discover why stocks are up when the rest of the economy is down.
9:17: Is There Any Data That Support The Market’s Rise?
10:17: Is There Historical Context To Explain The Economic Collapse?
15:24: How Does Fundamental Analysis Impact Stocks?
18:46: How Does Emotional Trading Create Bubbles?
23:46: Should The Fed Directly Buy Equities?
30:18: How Does The Fed Expand Credit?
36:57: Why Traders Should Not Bet Against The Fed.
Andy addresses the death of George Floyd with guest Tim Drisdom.
Oil prices are rising after reaching historically low prices. Discover what you need to know about the oil sector during the COVID crisis. Mike Mauceli, CEO of REI Energy, joins Andy.
6:41: Why Did The Saudis & Russia Start A Price War?
10:16: Why Do Lifting Costs Vary So Much?
16:12: Is Russia Trying To Put U.S. Frackers Out Of Business?
17:43: How Did Oil Prices Go Negative?
26:07: What Are The Investment Opportunities In Oil?
The COVID crisis is adding pressure to an already wobbly public pension system. Ted Siedle joins Andy to discuss how you can protect your public pension, bypass a pension and/or help overhaul a broken scheme.
2:13: How Is COVID Impacting Public Pensions?
4:55: How Are Many Public Pensions Underfunded?
10:15: How Do Wall Street Fees Impact Public Pensions?
14:21: What Level Of Responsibility Does The Pensioner Have?
18:52: Will The COVID Crisis Trigger Pensions To Declare Bankruptcy?
Rent, loans, debt, taxes, estate planning: these are just some of the issues under scrutiny during the coronavirus crisis. Garrett Sutton joins Andy with legal analysis for business owners and investors.
2:43: How Is Coronavirus Changing Legal Work?
6:31: How Are Real Estate Contracts Being Impacted By Coronavirus?
10:12: Why Are Handshake Agreements So Risky?
14:40: How Is Coronavirus Sparking New Lawsuits?
18:23: What Legal Entities Are Important?
23:30: How Should You Adjust Your Estate Planning?
The coronavirus crisis highlights the value of your personal network. Bryan Thayer joins Andy to discuss how you can leverage your network to find help and offer help.
4:08: How Is Networking Valuable?
16:30: Why Is Leaning On Your Network Particularly Vital During The Coronavirus Crisis?
23:03: Why Is An Attitude Of Abundance Important?
25:17: How Do You Ask And Offer Help?
31:14: What Is The Power Of Words?
Recession or depression? How will economies re-open? How will stocks perform? Richard Duncan joins Andy to discuss the present and future economic implications of the coronavirus crisis.
4:31: How Did The Fed Just Stabilize The U.S. Economy?
7:00: Where Will The Bailout Money Come From?
8:43: Will The Fed Buy Stocks?
13:25: How Will Coronavirus Change Stock Trading?
15:53: Where Does U.S. Debt Stand?
22:31: How Has The Fed Printed So Much Money & Avoided Inflation?
31:05: What Is The Future Of The Dollar?
42:32: Why Did Coronavirus Cause A Flight To Cash?
43:42: How Is Coronavirus Creating Demand & Supply Problems?
46:22: How Should You Invest In This Crisis?
Stocks continue to slide during the coronavirus crisis. Ted Benna, the Father of the 401(k), joins Andy to discuss market conditions and how people can protect their retirement savings. This is vital information for anyone invested in a 401(k).
5:20: How Did Ted Predict This Market Plunge?
8:53: Why Did Ted Invent The Matching Employer Benefit?
12:22: How Has The 401(k) Changed After 40 Years?
18:46: How Did The 401(k) Catapult The Mutual Fund Business?
21:56: How Have Wall Street Fees Impacted 401(k)s?
27:59: What Investment Plans Can You Make Today?
Your relationship with money influences all aspects of life. Ken Honda joins Andy and reveals how a “happy” relationship with money is the best pathway to a bountiful life.
4:29: Why Do Most People Have “Unhappy” Money?
5:57: What Happens When We Define Ourselves Through Money?
8:22: How Is Money An Energy Source?
10:38: What Is Unhappy Money?
14:57: How Does Education Relate To Happiness?
22:27: What Are Money Wounds?
26:01: How Can You Heal Money Wounds?
Guest: Chris Whalen, Sr. Managing Director at Kroll Bond Rating Agency
Are our institutions rigged? You’ve certainly heard Donald Trump make that claim, and many others too. Andy examines the banking system, and asks Chris Whalen, author of “Fraud, Stability & the Wealth of Nations,” if banks deserve to be trusted. Find out if your hard-earned money is invested with trustworthy banks, and what you should do today if you have any doubts.
3:01: Is Wall St. Fraudulent?
10:01: What is Systemic Risk?
14:57: Why are Demographics So Important to Investing?
19:26: What Happens if The Fed Raises Interest Rates?
Join Kim Butler and Todd Strobel today as they talk about the pros and cons of the 401(h) plan. If you or your family members have considerable or even average amount of medical expenses, and are look for a way to deduct those expenses from their taxable income, this episode is for you!
Always, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, with any and all of your questions, comments, and concerns. We’d love to hear from you!
0:40 The 401(h) (H as in Henry Plan)
2:59 401(h) and Medical Expenses
4:31 When Would a 401(h) be Useful?
6:09 How Does the Deductible WorK?
6:51 401(h): Taxes and Minimum Age
7:53 Be Grateful!