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Monday
Oct272014

Money Talks - October 26, 2014

This week on “Money Talks,” Ted Parrish, CFA, is joined by Scott Keller, CFA, and Troy Harmon, CFA, discuss the week’s economic and inflation data, and answer listeners’ questions on deciding between a Traditional and a Roth 401(k), investment policy statements, evaluating performance and high-quality bargains in the market.

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Monday
Oct272014

Why You Need a Meaningful Investment Policy Statement

An investment policy statement can keep you on track during market volatility because it serves as your promise to your financial future to not act hastily during normal market fluctuations.

 

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Monday
Oct272014

Stock Rally Ends Week in Positive Territory

The “Money Talks” discuss the week’s stock rally, the market’s current volatility, mortgage and interest rates, and inflation data.

 

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Monday
Oct272014

Q&A Time: Traditional vs. Roth 401(k)s and Vesting

Deciding between a traditional and a Roth 401(k) depends on how much money you are earning, your tax bracket and what your tax bracket may be in the future. We also discuss vesting and how it affects your 401(k).

 

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Monday
Oct272014

Q&A Time: T. Rowe Price, Altria, Oil Companies and High-Quality Bargains

The “Money Talks” hosts answer listeners’ questions on big names like T. Rowe Price, Altria, Exxon and Chevron. They also discuss the high-quality bargains available during earnings season and HomeAway and Borg Warner.

 

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Monday
Oct272014

Calculating Performance

Advisers may calculate performance in a number of ways, including benchmarking a portfolio to a particular index, or using Internal Rate of Return. We take the time to explain what you should be looking at.

 

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Monday
Oct202014

Money Talks - October 19, 2014

This week on Money Talks, Associates Charlie Holloway, CFP®, CDFA™ and Ben Crowe, CFP®, CFA, C.P.A. join Dr. Gene Henssler to discuss why investors are getting out of the stock market, the fear of deflation, and earnings from Delta and Bank of America. They also discuss when it may be appropriate to name a trust as a beneficiary for your retirement accounts, IRA rollovers, and oil production costs.

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Monday
Oct202014

The Use of Trusts as a Beneficiary for Your Retirement Accounts

A common trend among investors is naming a trust as the beneficiary of their IRAs and then naming their non-spouse heir as beneficiary of the trust.

 

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Monday
Oct202014

Markets Continue Their Downward Slide as Investors Flock to Treasurys

The “Money Talks” hosts discuss retail sales prospects for the fourth quarter, investors’ fear of deflation, the week’s plunge in Treasury rates, and earnings from Bank of America, Philip Morris International and Delta Air Lines.

 

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Monday
Oct202014

Q&A Time: UPS, FedEx, IRA Rollover Rule Changes, Non Business Bad Debt

We answer listeners’ questions on UPS and FedEx prospects for the fourth quarter, the new rule change regarding IRA rollovers and if it is possible to write off non-business bad debt on your taxes.

 

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Monday
Oct202014

Viewpoints: Big Picture of Oil Production

The “Money Talks” hosts discuss oil production across the world, how it affects economies and how governments may control it.

 

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Monday
Oct132014

Money Talks - October 12, 2014

This week on Money Talks, Ted Parrish, CFA and Bil Lako, CFP® are joined by Director of Research Troy Harmon, CFA, to discuss the volatile movements during the week, and the five basic types of earnings that you may hear reported during earnings season. The hosts also answer listeners’ questions and discuss a study that shows consistent investing through the Great Recession may have paid off. 

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Monday
Oct132014

Consistent Investing Can Pay Off

We always maintained that investors should stay invested and not make decisions based on fear of volatility.

 

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Monday
Oct132014

First Full Week of October a Volatile One

The “Money Talks” hosts discuss the Fed’s latest comments from the September Federal Open Market Committee meeting, mortgage and interest rates, and the volatility they expect in October.

 

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Monday
Oct132014

Q&A Time: Industrials, the Becton Dickinson Deal and Taxes

The “Money Talks” hosts answer listeners’ questions on Illinois Tool Works, Du Pont E I De Nemours & Co., the deal between Becton Dickinson and CareFusion Corp., and the taxes American workers owe when working abroad. 

 

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Monday
Oct132014

The Five Types of Earnings

With earnings reports leading the news, the “Money Talks” hosts discuss the five main types of earnings per share that companies are likely to report, and the numbers that investors should pay attention to.

 

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Tuesday
Oct072014

Money Talks - October 5, 2014

This week on “Money Talks,” Dr. Gene, Bil Lako, CFP® and Ted Parrish, CFA, discuss the market’s pullback and their outlook on the upcoming earnings season. The hosts also discuss nonqualified plans that provide long-term care coverage, qualified longevity annuity contracts and Terex Corp. and National Presto.

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Tuesday
Oct072014

Friday’s Rally Not Enough to Push Markets into the Green

Friday’s solid employment news wasn't enough to erase the markets’ tumble for the week.

 

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Tuesday
Oct072014

Q&A Time: Terex Corp., National Presto and Spousal IRA Contributions

The “Money Talks” hosts answer listeners’ questions on heavy machinery companies and Small-Cap consumer discretionaries.

 

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Tuesday
Oct072014

Nonqualified Plans can Provide More Than Retirement Savings

As an incentive to remain with the company, an employer can pay premiums for a variety of insurance policies.

 

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