Does anything good ever happen below the 200-Day Moving Average? Idyllic investors may say anything can happen, but Don’s not so sure. The shop digs into whether or not you should convert your IRA to a Roth IRA and investigates some recent moves through a Silicon Valley Bank-shaped looking glass before demystifying the self-attribution bias and digging into the Revere Asset mailbag.
In this video for educational purposes only, Danny Stewart, Don Vandenbord, Michael Ramos, Ted Zhang, & Connor Bates host The Your Money Video Podcast + Live Trading and Watchlist Stocks to Study.
0:00 – This Week on Your Money
1:45 – Should You Convert Your IRA to a Roth IRA?
3:30 – $300 Million in Fees?!
5:00 – Jeffrey Gundlach’s 10 Troubling Signs
8:30 – The Deepest Bond Inversion Since Volcker
15:00 – Explaining the Silicon Valley Bank Situation
23:00 – Identifying Character Change with Breadth Charts
25:30 – Noteworthy ETF’s in the Finance Sector
30:45 – A Prime Example of Fear on Parade
39:00 – Demystifying The Self-Attribution Bias
48:30 – Mailbag: How 20 Seconds Can Make You A Better Day Trader
49:15 – Mailbag: When To Sell In Bullish and Bearish Scenarios
Gundlach foresees highest level of junk bond defaults of all time
Jeffrey Gundlach: 10 Troubling Economic Signs to Watch
Cathie Wood’s Flagship Ark Fund tops 300Mn in fees despite losses
Roth vs Traditional IRA: the Tradeoff isn’t always what you think
More States adopt Reg BI-Compatible Annuity Sales Standards
Schwab, NYSE, and Citadel unite against the SEC Market-Rules revamp
New SEC Custody Rule would scare away qualified custodians
U.S. race for Digital Dollar fuels case for Bitcoin
How 20 seconds can make you a better investor
New Bill would change Social Security claiming age terminology
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