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(3:16) - An in-depth conversation regarding Millennials and how they are handling current levels of inflation, the likes of which they've never seen before. (15:37) - Jack Dorsey is stepping down as CEO of Twitter. The guys discuss Dorsey's time as CEO as well as what impact this could have on Twitter's stock. (22:33) - Talking about Nissan and how…
 
(1:34) - Chuck and Mike open the week with a recap of Friday's abbreviated trading session, which was a broad-based sell-off due to fears of the new Omicron COVID-19 variant. (15:46) - Discussing TSA volume over Thanksgiving weekend, with Sunday's 2.45 million passengers being the highest number since February 26th, 2020. (29: 51) - Disney's new an…
 
(1:59) - A discussion regarding the Biden administration's plan to tap into the country's strategic oil reserve, and what impact if any it will have on oil prices and supply. (15:41) - Talking about how Chuck's chairs are finally getting delivered after more than a month's delay, which dovetails into a conversation regarding supply chain issues and…
 
(2:04) - Chuck and Paul open the show with analysis of current markets before diving into the slew of economic data that was released Wednesday morning. (12:16) - A preview of both the Fed meeting minutes that will be released today as well as the next Federal Reserve meeting which will take place next month. (22:32) - Estate planning attorney Todd…
 
(2:06) - The second hour opens with a conversation about manufactured housing and how it has provided an alternative for people who can't afford the costs associated with an on-site construction home. (15:11) - With Uber and Lyft prices soaring, Brendan and Paul talk about an alternative that riders are starting to look towards...taxi cabs. (22:52)…
 
(1:04) - The U.S. announced that it will tap into its national strategic oil reserves in an effort to combat soaring oil prices, and the guys breakdown why this decision was made and what impact it could have. (13:35) - Chris Campbell, Chief Strategist at the Kroll Institute, joined the show to provide analysis on the decision to re-nominate Fed Ch…
 
Episode One Hundred Forty Three Show Notes KEY: CW = Chris Wolak and EF = Emily Fine – Currently Reading – [1:58] I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings – Maya Angelou (CW)(audio) Black Cake – Charmaine Wilkerson (EF) release date 2/1/2022 The White Ship: Conquest, Anarchy and the Wrecking of Henry I’s Dream – Charles Spencer (CW) – Just Read – [5:29] Sta…
 
(2:19) - Touching on the madness that is the used car market, which is still seeing steep prices as dealerships try to navigate the situation. (11:00) - Dr. Lawrence Yun from the National Association of Realtors joined the show to discuss how October was another month that saw an increase in existing home sales. (23:16) - A discussion about how Mon…
 
(0:47) - The guys open the week with analysis of the news that President Biden has re-nominated Jerome Powell as Chair of the Federal Reserve for another four years. (12:37) - There are some signs that supply chain issues may be starting to slow. Chuck and Mike touch on their own experiences with these issues before discussing whether or not the su…
 
(2:58) - The second hour opens with a lengthy chat about the nationwide Christmas tree shortage, which is particularly hard for Chuck to process. (13:48) - The guys discuss "the great resignation" of workers and breakdown why the labor market is undergoing this major shift. (23:37) - A conversation about the ongoing chip shortage, specifically how …
 
(0:47) - Chuck and Mike open the show with a conversation regarding Austria's strict lockdown and vaccination protocols, and how U.S. and global markets are responding. 13(50) - Discussing the content of the Build Back Better Bill, which was just passed by House Democrats with a 220-213 vote. The bill now heads to the Senate. (27:53) - The guys rev…
 
(2:01) - Inflation is the buzzword that just won't go away, since inflation itself is sticking around longer than many economists expected. The guys talk about why this sustained inflation isn't "stagflation", and why we're not seeing "hyperinflation". (14:56) - A conversation about how different retailers are navigating the supply chain crisis, wi…
 
(1:07) - The show begins with a discussion about John Deere workers and how they've accepted a new contract, effectively ending their weeks-long strike. (11:57) - Adam Johnson of Bullseyebrief.com joined the show for a review of current markets, as well as his stance on inflation and the ongoing supply squeeze. (25:17) - The guys do their best to c…
 
Giving assets away is something that should not be done lightly, and Todd discussed how people should go about doing this. He also gave an update on gift tax exemption rules for 2022, which could play a key role in the decision to gift assets while estate planning. Todd also previewed Cushing & Dolan's guide for November titled, "Do's and Don'ts of…
 
(0:37) - Debating who President Biden will pick as the next Fed Chair with the top two choices being Lael Brainard and current Chair Jerome Powell. (14:57) - Nurse salaries are increasing at a rapid rate, and the guys talk about where exactly these raises are being seen. (25:01) - A conversation about Fenway Sports Group and how they are in talks t…
 
(0:34) - Barry and Chuck discuss Target to open the show, specifically how the retailer raised same store sales by over 12% and continues to navigate supply chain issues. (11:28) - A conversation about treasury yields and what conclusions can be drawn from the significant rise in yields over the last few months. (22:40) - Estate planning attorney T…
 
(0:27) - President Biden officially signed the bipartisan infrastructure bill on Monday, and our second hour opens with a breakdown of the money being allocated to Massachusetts as a part of the bill. (14:19) - Elon Musk has sold even more Tesla shares than he did initially, and the guys discuss what his motivations are behind these seemingly rando…
 
(0:37) - Barry and Mike open the show with a riveting discussion about how retailers such as Walmart and Home Depot, which both beat on earnings, have been able to work around supply chain issues. (13:06) - Paul Lane from The Armstrong Advisory Group joined the show to review the strong retail sales data that was released this morning. (23:21) - Th…
 
(3:26) - Talking about the fact that many families will be paying significantly more to heat their home this winter due to rising energy costs. (12:10) - Could interest rates possibly stay this low forever? The guys have a discussion about why that's not going to happen and what can be learned from past trends. (26:48) - A conversation about BNPL o…
 
(1:33) - The show opens with a discussion about President Biden and President Jinping's virtual summit and what implications their conversation could have. (9:18) - With the infrastructure bill in the rearview, Chuck and Mike talk about the next major bill that could be passed by Congress. (23:26) - A conversation about how Royal Dutch Shell is on …
 
(1:37) - A conversation regarding Johnson & Johnson's announcement that it will be splitting into two public companies: retail and pharmaceutical. (12:51) - A discussion about how the rental market in big cities is red-hot, despite many prognostications that the pandemic will lead to a mass exodus from cities. (23:01) - The guys talk about Elon Mus…
 
(0:27) - The show opens with the guys taking a look at the JOLTS report, which revealed there are still over 10 million job openings in the U.S. (17:35) - Discussing the treasury market sell-off, specifically what is causing it and what trends have been prevalent as of late. (24:56) - Inflation is a hot topic and has been for some time, and Chuck a…
 
(3:45) - A conversation about the housing market and the rapid pace at which homes are still being sold. (23:13) - The guys talk about Chinese real estate giant Evergrande, who once again avoided default by making payments on certain overdue interests. (25:34) - Discussing how tax brackets will be changing due to inflation adjustments, with the top…
 
(2:57) - Reviewing Wednesday's eye-opening inflation data and how markets reacted to the news. (17:53) - Discussing how Disney reported a miss on earnings which was largely driven by a slowdown in subscriber growth to Disney+. (25:32) - Diving deeper into Disney's earning miss and why Disney+ is experiencing a lull in growth. (32:19) - Talking abou…
 
Todd went over the logistics of gifting assets and the many reasons and methods for which this can be done. Todd discussed how extreme caution should be had when undergoing this process, and how gifting can vary based on a multitude of factors. He also previewed Cushing & Dolan's guide for November titled, " Do's and Don'ts of Gifting Assets".…
 
(0:38) - A conversation about General Electric, including why CEO Larry Culp deserves credit and also details of their plan to split up the company. (14:09) - Liz Claman of FOX Business joined the show to give her thoughts on current inflation, and in turn what we can expect to see in the economy in the coming months. (27:25) - Discussing what we e…
 
(0:43) - Barry and Chuck open the show discussing October's consumer-price index, which indicated the highest inflation in 30 years. (15:12) - A conversation about the recent volatility of Tesla's stock, which stemmed from Elon Musk's Twitter poll regarding selling 10% of his Tesla shares. (22:58) - Estate planning attorney Todd Lutsky of Cushing &…
 
(0:27) - Robinhood announced they've been hacked and as a result millions of customer names and e-mail addresses were compromised. The guys discuss what the implications of this could be for the company. (12:55) - Discussing famous meme stock AMC and the company's Q3 earnings which saw a narrower loss thanks to many Americans returning to movie the…
 
(0:27) - Barry and Mike open the show with a chat about the Producer Price Index, which rose 0.6% in October and increased 8.6% year-over-year. (13:35) - A discussion about General Electric's plans to split the company into three separate, public companies starting in 2023. (25:57) - Talking about how many fund managers were bearish on Tesla when t…
 
Episode One Hundred Forty Two Show Notes KEY: CW = Chris Wolak and EF = Emily Fine Patreon Only Giveaway – Claire J. Griffin’s book A Rebellious Woman; become a Patreon sponsor by November 14th to be entered to win. – Currently Reading – [4:09] Fifty Ships that Changed the Course of History: A Nautical History of the World – Ian Graham (CW) State o…
 
Callum Tarren has earned his PGA Tour card after a long journey that began in England, took him all over China and onto America. In this episode, Callum discusses crossing many time zones in search of achieving his dream, stories from the journey and what it means to be a new parent and PGA Tour card holder. Callum's fiancee is a pilates instructor…
 
(1:31) - A conversation about rising energy prices and how the average American family will have to reckon with higher home heating bills this winter. (14:07) - Talking about whether or not supply shortages in retail stores have been noticeable and how retailers will deal with these issues during the holiday season. (22:41) - Revisiting the Infrast…
 
(0:28) - We open the week dissecting the $1.5 trillion bipartisan infrastructure plan that was finally passed by the House over the weekend. (14:15) - 68% of respondents to a Gallup Poll in October said they believe the economy is getting worse. The guys discuss what is driving sentiment down despite plenty of encouraging data. (31:37) - Discussing…
 
(2:37) - The guys talk about how Peloton stock is down over 34% today and what's dragging them down off their 52-week high. (13:28) - A conversation about how Facebook AKA Meta wants to build stores to introduce consumers to "metaverse" devices. (23:31) - Covering how many adults of Generation Z are taking their financial advice from strangers onli…
 
(0:31) - A detailed breakdown of the October jobs report, which saw 531k jobs added to the U.S., with the unemployment rate falling to 4.6%. (12:35) - Discussing Pifzer's new antiviral pill that, in trials, reduced hospitalizations and severe symptoms from COVID-19 by 89%. (24:13) - Uber reported a profit for their Q3 earnings, but the guys discuss…
 
(2:06) - A conversation about Zillow and how the company's plans to virtually flip homes have suddenly gone awry. (12:23) - A discussion about Kroger's attempt to make headway in Florida turns into a debate regarding curbside pickup and delivery for groceries. (21:25) - Rick Bettencourt of Caliber Home Loans makes his return to the show to review c…
 
(0:56) - The show opens with a review of the Federal Reserve meeting and a breakdown of what the central bank is planning in the coming months. (13:00) - The spending bills in Congress are still stuck in limbo, and the guys discuss the latest additions and subtractions to the proposed plans. (23:58) - Discussing the ongoing John Deere strike, with …
 
(0:40) - A discussion regarding the ongoing strike at John Deere, where workers have just rejected a new contract offer. (14:58) - Talking about Pfizer, who released earnings and have boosted their sales forecast for the COVID-19 vaccine. (24:03) - BMW beat on earnings, and the guys have a conversation regarding how the company has been able to nav…
 
(0:44) - The show opens with a breakdown of the ISM Services Index, which came in at a record high. (15:45) - Avis skyrocketed 108% on Tuesday after a major earnings beat, The guys dive into the stock's surge and also discuss the car-rental market as a whole. (23:10) - Estate planning attorney Todd Lutsky of Cushing & Dolan joined the show for anot…
 
(0:28) - Discussing how high oil prices are becoming even higher unless OPEC ramps up production. (11:15) - Barry is joined by U.S. Virgin Islands Governor Albert Bryan Jr. (31:03) - Mark Schaffer of Armstrong Advisory Group joined the show for another edition of Financial Planning Tuesday.By The Financial Exchange Network
 
(0:40) - The guys open discussing inflation and how Fed Chair Jerome Powell has backed off his stance that the ongoing inflation we're seeing is "transitory". (12:33) - Worker shortages are persisting, and the guys talk about how wages continue to grow while the upper hand belongs to employees. (25:51) - Referred to by Barry as "the worst airline i…
 
(2:12) - Nearly 10,000 workers at 14 Deere plants recently went on strike in protest of low wages. Now, the union will vote on a deal that will give them a 10% raise, followed by subsequent raises and bonuses in future years. (14:51) - A growing number of automakers in China are rolling out electric vehicles not just domestically in China, but also…
 
(3:00) - It's a major week for earnings, economic data, and policy, with the Federal Reserve set to meet for two days starting on Tuesday. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has downplayed movements in treasury yields ahead of the Fed's meeting and expressed confidence in the continued economic recovery. (13:01) - Central banks around the world are be…
 
(1:57) - The SEC is investigating a series of stock transactions from last year by many members of Congress as well as Fed presidents. The guys discuss how elected officials owning and trading stock is a conflict of interest that should be outlawed. (12:43) - More economic data for September was released this morning, and it showed that consumer sp…
 
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