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(2:18) - The housing market has infamously been red-hot for quite some time, with low inventory forcing demand and prices significantly higher. However, there are indicators that things will slow down in housing in 2022. (13:44) - Tim Higgins of The Wall Street Journal joined the show to give updates and analysis on the Apple vs. Epic Games case. A…
 
(4:00) - The Evergrande story continues with the Chinese real estate giant missing $83 million worth of interest payments that were due on Thursday. The large sum of interest payments is just a small part of Evergrande's $300 billion of outstanding debt. (13:26) - Congress is scrambling to figure out a solution to the debt ceiling, which has been r…
 
Rick Bettencourt of Caliber Home Loans is a subject matter expert on VA Home Loans and he joined the show today for an informative discussion on the ins and outs of these loans. What is the process like for veterans who are trying to get a loan? How is it funded, and what are the benefits? Rick answers these questions and thoughtfully explains much…
 
(3:06) - J.P. Morgan has come out and said the "buy the dip" investment strategy is a faulty one, and expressed concern due to a high volume of ETF's being sold on Monday. Is this simply an overreaction to one day of trading? (12:33) - Boston-based company Toast has gone public, and in their first day of trading experienced a 63% jump. The now $30 …
 
(1:23) - The Federal Reserve meeting concluded yesterday with Jay Powell and the Fed indicating that they will begin tapering as early as their next meeting at the beginning of November. The central bank also hinted at raising interest rates next year after originally not anticipating doing so until 2023. (11:50) - China has begun asking local gove…
 
On this week's edition of "Ask Todd", Todd Lutsky discussed the main differences between medicare and medicaid. He reviews the benefits of each program and gives his thoughts on which is better in particular situations. The discussion ties into Cushing & Dolan's guide for September titled, "Making Sense of the Medicaid Process: Practical Pointers t…
 
(0:58) - The Wall Street Journal released their annual rankings of the top colleges and universities in the country,. There are 15 factors that WSJ used to complete these rankings, and for the fifth straight year, Harvard was ranked as the best college in America. (11:09) - Dr. Lawrence Yun, head of the National Association of Realtors, joined the …
 
(0:34) - Markets are finally rallying as investors shake off fears associated with the Evergande situation in China. Could the Chinese government's response to the crisis dampen sentiment yet again? (12:44) - The Federal Reserve is meeting today to discuss the logistics of their tapering plan, and the meeting will be followed by a press conference …
 
(0:28) - Real-estate agents have enjoyed commissions of around 6% for quite some time. Now, the U.S. Department of Justice is launching a probe into broker practices, which may endanger these commissions. (14:15) - Child care is often a crucial part of day-to-day life for many families, with attention recently being drawn to the high cost of care. …
 
(0:55) - Markets opened in rally mode with major indices nearing 1% gains, but they began to pull back quickly. The guys discuss yesterday's sell-off as it pertains to Chinese real-estate giant Evergrande, as well as touch on selling heavily at times like this. (10:30) - Barry & Mike give historical context to the Evergrande situation in China, rel…
 
(2:42) - Many companies had planned for. a target date of September or October for a return to the office. However, the spread of the Delta variant along with varying degrees of vaccination have forced workplaces to alter those plans. (15:48) - The price of natural gas has been on the rise for quite some time now thanks to low inventories and high …
 
(1:23) - Markets are selling off in a big way today, with Chinese real-estate company Evergrande accelerating the dip due to the company's stock plummeting. This is causing the Chinese real estate market as a whole to fall with it, and in turn the ripple effects are reaching European and U.S. stocks. (13:11) - The guys discuss how the Evergrande si…
 
(2:52) - Chuck has already done his Christmas shopping, and it sparks a discussion on whether or not earlier is better for holiday shopping in terms of prices and accessibility. (13:40) - A subsidiary of MassMutual, the former employer of Keith Gill AKA Roaring Kitty, has agreed to pay a $4 million fine to resolve accusations that the company faile…
 
(8:35) - Contradicting headlines from different publications offer differing views of current markets right now. Are investors' fears about markets unfounded? (14:37) - The Federal Reserve will be meeting next Wednesday (9/22) and are expected to announce that they will begin tapering their bond purchases in November. They aren't however, expected …
 
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