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On Straight Talk Money: Is It 1997 All Over Again?

I joined Chase Robertson and Peggy Tuck yesterday on Straight Talk Money. First on the agenda, we discuss the market’s current valuation. It’s starting to look a little like 1997. Then, as now, stocks were extremely expensive. But they continued to get even more expensive for nearly three more years. Could we be looking at a repeat?


 
In the next segment, we talk about what is possibly the biggest bubble of our lifetimes: sports stadiums, including the Raider’s new $2 billion stadium planned for Las Vegas.


 
And in the last segment, we cover money saving strategies of the rich.

   

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All About Bitcoin

I joined David Hays last week to chat about Bitcoin:


   

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On Straight Talk Money: Where Is Amazon Building Its New Headquarters?

I joined Peggy Tuck this morning to talk about, among other things, Amazon.com’s (AMZN) plans to build a new corporate headquarters. Where might the lucky recipient city be? Denver? Dallas? Maybe even Austin? We discuss.

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: What To Do About The Debt Ceiling Crisis… And An Old Stock Tip From Warren Buffett

I joined Peggy Tuck this morning on Straight Talk Money this morning to talk about, among other things, the North Korea crisis and pending debt ceiling showdown.

 

And in the final segment, we chat about a Warren Buffett recommendation from the late 1990s… one that I happened to own myself back then!


   

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: Should You Tap Into Your 401k to Pay for Hurricane Harvey Damage?

I joined Peggy Tuck on Straight Talk Money yesterday. At the top of the list, the IRS annouced it would allow penalty free 401k withdrawl to those affected by Hurricane Harvey. But should you tap into your retirement savings to pay for Hurricane Harvey damages?

 

Up next, we chat about stocks that are “Amazon proof,” or at least as close to Amazon proof as you can get.

 

And finally, we talk about financial lessons you should be teaching your children.

   

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