Month: August 2019

TDI Podcast: Millennials and Hurricanes (#626)

Erin Lowry, author of Broke Millennial brings us some great insights and tears down some misconceptions about millennials.

We also take a look at Hurricane Dorian and look how people plan and react – there are some interesting similarities that can be learned as investors.

Erin Lowry is the author of Broke...

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DHUnplugged #470: Trend on The Bend

Economics in the Upside Down. Tariff spat and trade war heating up – markets take a dive. Yield curve (2/10’s) clearly inverted. Chicken sandwich wars and fake chicken on the menu. Are these signs of something or just business as usual? PLUS we are now on Spotify ! See this...

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Lunch With Bernanke

We recently had the opportunity to attend a luncheon with Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke. He held positions at the Fed starting in 2002 and was appointed Chairman in 2006. He served two terms as Chairman eventually stepping down in 2014, replaced by Janet Yellen.

During his tenure, he was...

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TDI Podcast: The Pulse with IBD’s Chris Gessel (#625)

Chris Gessel of IBD explains how Investors Business Daily finds their top stocks and some of the screening criteria to hone in on the IBD50.

Yes, this is a trade war and has just heated up. More tariffs and a greater level of eco hate was just announced. Markets are not...

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DHUnplugged #469: Here Comes Mr. Know-It-All

Markets are taking back some of the steep losses from last week. All eyes are on the end of the week when we will hear from plenty of central bank know-it-alls from the Jackson Hole Eco confab. China’s economic condition is in focus and more…. PLUS we are now on...

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