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Q&A Time: Regional Bank Operator Citizens Financial Group and Mortgage Finance Holding Company Rocket Companies
The "Money Talks" hosts round out the show answering listeners’ questions on Citizens Financial Group and Rocket Companies.
Market Roundup: Indices Post Notable Gains, Possible COVID Vaccine and Predicted President
The week’s market action, year-to-date sector performance and a look at inflation.
Q&A Time: Workflow Management Platform Operator Asana’s Direct Listing
The "Money Talks" experts answer a listener’s question on workflow management tool Asana.
Money Talks - October 24, 2020
This week on “Money Talks,” Chief Investment Officer Troy Harmon, CFA, CVA, is joined by Managing Associate Shawna Theriault, CPA, CFP®, CDFA® and Associate Logan Daniel to discuss the market’s movements and the difference in performance between growth and value stocks. Shawna and Logan offer planning advice for a couple where one spouse was forced into retirement because of the COVID-19 layoffs. While they can make it work on one salary, they’re realizing her retirement might last 30 years. The hosts round out the show discussing the vast differences in the commercial and home real estate markets and how they’ve been affected by the pandemic.
Case Study: Financial Plan Adjustments During a Forced Retirement
This “Money Talks,” hosts provide planning advice for at a couple where one spouse was forced into retirement because of COVID-19 layoffs. While they can make it work on one salary, they’re realizing her retirement might last 30 years.
Market Roundup: Indices Finish Week Down with Mixed Earnings Reports and Circular Stimulus Talk
The market’s movements and the difference in performance between growth and value stocks
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Lots of jokes mixed in with good facts and financial info. I could see myself having a few beers with these guys.
Very informative and presented in an easily understood manor with a bit of humor too