In Part II of my interview on Straight Talk Money, I chat with Mike Robertson and Peggy Tuck about investing in Africa, Bill Gates’ plumbing-free toilet, Brazil and the currency war, and how to invest in the event of American involvement in the Syrian War.
On my recent trip to Maryland, I sat down to chat with Jeff Reeves about “revolutionary” stocks, using streaming pioneer Netflix ($NFLX) as an example.
Jeff Reeves and I talk about the current state of the housing market, and demographic trends that could mean long-term growth for real estate even if the short-term outlook is rocky.
Jeff Reeves and I take a trip around the world, giving our thoughts on American, European and Chinese equities.
Watch Jeff and I duke it out over Wal-Mart’s (WMT) earnings release.
Listen as I discuss Ford’s (F) new natural-gas-powered F-150 pickup trucks and what this means for America’s natural gas revolution with Peggy Tuck and Dave Dyer in Part II of today’s Straight Talk Money.
Listen to Charles discuss the GDP numbers, investing globally, and more–including African toilets–with Peggy Tuck and Dave Dyer on Straight Talk Money.
A good investing IQ goes hand in hand with strong financial knowledge and decision-making skills. That’s something that the majority of Americans lack, according to the latest nationwide study that seeks to measure the financial capability of U.S. adults.
Your search for an investment adviser should start with ones who put their money where their mouths are, says Charles Sizemore, editor of Macro Trend Investor and portfolio manager on the Covestor platform. Ask yourself: Why wouldn’t a manager invest in the portfolio they are managing? And if they won’t, why should you?
From Jeff Reeves at The Slant: U.S. stocks rose again on Thursday, with benchmark stock market indexes hitting fresh records. Part of it was jobless claims falling, part of it was strong earnings from blue chip stocks and part of it was Ben Bernanke talking about continued Fed support. But will the run continue?