Can a lobbyist be a fiduciary? Are bonds peaking? The shop digs into the big questions this week to talk about why it might be time to move on bonds, explaining the pocket pivot, revealing a few big names that may be worth watching in the homebuilding sector, and why checking sec.gov every once in a while might be worth your time for smarter trading.
In this video for educational purposes only, Dan Stewart, Don Vandenbord, Michael Ramos, Ted Zhang, & Connor Bates host The Your Money Video Podcast + Live Trading and Watchlist Stocks to Study.
0:00 – Opening Bell
07:00 – Aggie Football
09:00 – Mailbag: Interest Rates & Bearish Candles
12:45 – This Week in the Markets
24:00 – Sell in May, Go Away
28:00 – Revealing the Comparable Companies Analysis
36:30 – Explaining the Pocket Pivot
42:00 – Big Moves in the Homebuilding Sector
46:15 – A TOLL Brothers Cup and Handle
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PIMCO calls for bond rally in 2024 AFTER bullish FORECAST CRUMBLED this year (so they were so wrong and we are listening now because ??)
Helping Business Owners get the most out of their Estate Planning
IBM plans to end 5% Employer Matching in 401k Plan (what’s the REAL story??)
CFPs are fiduciaries even when they sell annuities, CFP Board says (WOW, just WOW!! “CFP” designation just lost all street cred)
Former DOL Official predicts Court will strike down Fiduciary Proposal
House to Vote on Bill killing DOL’s New Fiduciary Rule
House passes amendments killing DOL Fiduciary Rule
Ban on Surprise Medical Bills pushes more health bonds to brink
Speculator or Investor? What’s the Difference?
Detlef Hallermann Ph.D MIneral Economics Announces Application for Head Football Coach, Texas A&M (Funny!)
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