On this week’s Animal Spirits with Michael & Ben we discuss:
- The recession signal everyone is talking about.
- Is the historical playbook for an inverted yield curve too easy?
- The case for investing in bonds.
- How many Americans have an emergency savings account?
- Will half the population live in just 8 states in 20 years?
- Is Amazon a value stock?
- Why 2008 was a turning point in the fund industry.
- The paradox of choice for fund investors.
- How the average housing size has changed over time.
- How Time Warner is going to ruin HBO.
- The gender gap more people should be talking about.
- The importance of China in the trade war.
- How to handle a generational transfer of wealth and much more.
- Jeffrey Gundlach says we’re getting closer to a recession
- A scarred generation of investors looking at yield curve all wrong
- Yield curve inversions aren’t great for stocks
- Inflation update — still not flatin’ much
- Near a quarter of Americans have no emergency savings
- Which countries hold half the world’s population?
- In about 20 years half the U.S. population will live in 8 states
- Amazon as a value stock?
- 2018 Investment Company Fact Book
- How has the average housing size changed?
- H-B-Oh No!
- Women and financial wellness
- Tariffs hit Maine’s lobster industry
- An alternative solution to the retirement crisis
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