On today’s show we discuss inflation is finally falling, will the stock market wait for the Fed’s all-clear, the FTX saga, how SBF fooled everyone, what comes next for crypto, why streaming stocks are struggling, 5 years of Animal Spirits and much more.
On today’s show, we have Bruce Bond, CEO of Innovator ETFs give us an update on the buffered ETFs, how buffers and caps behave during high-volatility environments, how advisors are using these products, and much more!
On today’s episode, we discuss the Fed sending us into a recession, our only chance for a soft landing, why predicting inflation is so difficult, why there is no such thing as a normal market, the biggest risk in crypto, why Chevy Chase was a one of one and much more.
On today’s show we discuss why most people don’t care about the bear market, the relationship between wages and inflation, why we won’t see a repeat of the 1970s, why Apple is the best company in the world, the revenge of the Dow, tech stock valuations, the best decade ever for movies and much more.
We are joined by Jack Neureuter, Fidelity Digital Assets Research Analyst, and Ramine Bigdeliazari, Director of Product for Fidelity Digital Assets to discuss Fidelity’s relationship and interest in crypto, proof of work vs proof of stake, crypto winter, and much more!
On today’s show, we discuss the slowing housing market, taking Animal Spirits on the road, why consumers keep spending money, how the stock market moves during a bear market, some optimism for a 60/40 portfolio, why the 4% rule is still alive and well, a bunch of movie recommendations and much more.
On today’s show, we discuss the trouble with nailing the bottom in a bear market, why money continues flowing into ARK, why the VIX isn’t higher, sticky inflation, why the bottom 50% has seen their net worth double since the start of the pandemic, Netflix with ads and much more.
On today’s show, we discuss a late-night trip to the ER for a broken leg, good news is bad news in the labor market, the last time the Fed sent us into a recession, earnings vs. stock market performance, the inflation burp, what happens to housing prices from here, and much more.
On today’s show, we speak with Michael Reisner, Co-CEO of CION Investments about investing in private credit in this environment, how CION can be publicly traded, how a recession may affect floating rate credit investments, and much more.
On this week’s show we discuss why we’re getting more excited about stock prices as they fall, why expected returns are rising, where investors will move their money with higher yields, Credit Suisse vs. Lehman Brothers, how the Fed is breaking things across the globe, why the Bank of England stepped in to buy bonds and much more.