Month: April 2017

TDI Podcast: Junior Achievements (#507)

In this episode we speak with a great guest, Jack Kosakowski about the financial literacy of both students and adults. An really interesting study about money was completed by Junior Achievement and we dig into the findings.

Plus – GDP downgrades, earnings in the spotlight and more…

Jack is the President and...

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TDI Podcast – Reinventing Retirement with Damion Lupo (#506)

Guest, Damion Lupo helps to empower people to reach their personal financial success. In this episode we discuss why Damion hates the word “retirement” as he explains how to best look at the phases of life.

We discuss the red and green arrows of wealth and poverty as well as the...

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Here Is What Is Wrong With IBM

Just a quick view of what is going on with IBM’s stock today.

While IBM has been busy buying back massive amounts of their stock, revenues have been on the slide. Yes, earnings have been somewhat consistent over time, but again it has been much more about financial engineering than anything...

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DHUnplugged #358: Biggest Ponzi Scheme Ever?

Is it possible that this is just one gigantic Robin-Hood Ponzi Scheme? We take a look at one of the biggest companies out there and scary similarities to a typical Ponzi. Earnings are starting to roll in and so far they are looking somewhat weak. But, there is always the...

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TDI Podcast: Computational Anthropomorphism with Ben Hunt (#505)

Dr. Ben Hunt, author of the weekly newsletter Epsilon Theory joins us with for a fascinating discussion. We cover areas related to the next generation of programmatical investing as well as some interesting historical rhythms.

We start this episode of a review of the latest week and the significant increase in...

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