Month: January 2017

ATM Episode 05: Financial Self-Worth and Protecting Your Assets with Lisa Darrell

LISTEN HERE How well are your physical assets protected? Do you have a record of all the items of value in your home, in the case of an insurance claim due to theft, fire or natural disaster? If not, listen...

/ January 25, 2017

Why That Leveraged ETF Is A Bad Idea

The Dow Jones Industrial Average has had a pretty spectacular run since the Presidential election last November, climbing 8.2%. (Chart Courtesy of Stockcharts.com) As we have written many times before in this space, we are neither market timers nor prognosticators...

/ January 23, 2017

ATM Episode 4: The Emotional Triggers Episode with Hazel Thornton

LISTEN HERE Do you have lots of things in lots of different places? Would you like to create emotional freedom for yourself? Or to organize your life to make things easier for those close to you, in case of your...

/ January 17, 2017

ATM Episode 3: Empty Nesters and Emerging Markets with Jamie Anderson

LISTEN HERE If you would like to know more about the background on emerging markets, or if you are looking for a viable new investment opportunity, listen in to Kate’s interview with Jamie Anderson, her guest on today’s show, as...

/ January 17, 2017

ATM Episode 2: How to Avoid the Pitfalls of Online Trading with Carley Garner

LISTEN HERE If you would like to trade online, but don’t know what the risks are, or how to assess where the market is going, you will certainly benefit from listening to the guest on today’s show, Carley Garner, an experienced Futures...

/ January 12, 2017

ATM Episode 1: Your Money Emotions and Trading Options with Bob Lang

LISTEN HERE If you would like to know more about stocks, options and trading, listen in to today’s episode of America Talks Money, with hosts Kate Stalter and Kelly Chisolm and their expert guest, Bob Lang. Today Kate and Kelly...

/ January 10, 2017

Social Security’s uncertain future

The term “third rail,” used in a political sense, may have been coined in reference to Social Security. The late William Safire, who was both a linguist and political commentator, attributed the term to congressional aide Kirk O’Donnell. In a...

/ January 2, 2017