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On Straight Talk Money: What If The Government Were A Company?

I joined Peggy Tuck this morning on Straight Talk Money radio. First on the agenda: Some wise words from some of the smartest players on Wall Street:

 

And in the next segment… how does the U.S. government compare to America’s largest companies?

 

 

 

 

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On Straight Talk Money: Compounding, Dividend Growth Investing and an Income Tax Quiz

I joined Peggy Tuck and Ellias Stabinsky  on Straight Talk Money. First on the agenda, we talk about GDP growth and Netflix’s earnings release.

 

In the next segment, Ellias and I break down our respective strategies and explain what we look for in investments. Ellias runs a pure income portfolio using preferred stock, whereas I run a common stock portfolio made up of dividend-paying value stocks. The two are a very solid complement to each other.

 

And in the final segment, Ellias and I take an income tax quiz… and actually miss a few. See if you can outsmart us:

 

 

Disclaimer: This material is provided for informational purposes only, as of the date hereof, and is subject to change without notice. This material may not be suitable for all investors and is not intended to be an offer, or the solicitation of any offer, to buy or sell any securities nor is it intended to be investment advice. You should speak to a financial advisor before attempting to implement any of the strategies discussed in this material. There is risk in any investment in traded securities, and all investment strategies discussed in this material have the possibility of loss. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. The author of the material or a related party will often have an interest in the securities discussed. Please see Full Disclaimer for a full disclaimer.

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On Straight Talk Money: The Spillover IRA and More

I joined Chase Robertson and Peggy Tuck on Straight Talk Money yesterday, and we start out with a chat on global trade. Will a strengthening China and Europe help to push the U.S. economy to 3% growth or even better?

 

In the next segment, we talk about ValueAct’s decision to return cash to shareholders citing a lack of attractive value stocks these days. Interestingly, a certain young hedge fund manager from Omaha – a Mr. Warren Buffett – did the same thing in the late 1960s.

 

In the final segment, we dive into some last minute tax breaks you can use when filing your tax return this year. Among my favorites: the “spillover IRA.”

Disclaimer: This material is provided for informational purposes only, as of the date hereof, and is subject to change without notice. This material may not be suitable for all investors and is not intended to be an offer, or the solicitation of any offer, to buy or sell any securities nor is it intended to be investment advice. You should speak to a financial advisor before attempting to implement any of the strategies discussed in this material. There is risk in any investment in traded securities, and all investment strategies discussed in this material have the possibility of loss. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. The author of the material or a related party will often have an interest in the securities discussed. Please see Full Disclaimer for a full disclaimer.

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Straight Talk Money: The United Debacle and… Is Home Ownership Worth it?

I joined Peggy Tuck on Straight Talk Money this morning. And at the top of today’s news was the United Airlines passenger manhandling:


Up next, we jump into dividend investing and into the economics of home ownership:

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Today on Straight Talk Money: The Animal Spirits, the Happiest Place on Earth, and More

I joined Peggy Tuck this week on Straight Talk Money. First on the agenda: Are the animal spirits returning to American business?

 

We also chat about Disney’s prospects, commercial flights to the moon and the “happiest place on earth.”

Disclaimer: This material is provided for informational purposes only, as of the date hereof, and is subject to change without notice. This material may not be suitable for all investors and is not intended to be an offer, or the solicitation of any offer, to buy or sell any securities nor is it intended to be investment advice. You should speak to a financial advisor before attempting to implement any of the strategies discussed in this material. There is risk in any investment in traded securities, and all investment strategies discussed in this material have the possibility of loss. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. The author of the material or a related party will often have an interest in the securities discussed. Please see Full Disclaimer for a full disclaimer.

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