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    Join us on inauguration day our first show of 2017  join me as I talk about trump and find the hottest stocks for 2017 join me during power as I scan stocks live in real time come hang out on the hottest podcast on wall street !! 

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    All the market cares about is the FED

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    The market are totally focused on the FEd and last week proved it.
    Gold is the way to protect yourself
    Crooked Hillary fainted at the 9/11 memorial today. This is in addition to her coughing fits. What is up with her?

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    Real Estate as my Passion

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    A listener asked us, "what was it about real estate that we loved so much? Why were we so passionate about it? This show spends some time discussing some of my favorite benefits to investing in real estate and why I think everyone should do it. 
    If you have any questions please email us at... @theblackdollarradio@gmail.com

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    Teaching Kids & Teens Financial Responsibilities Through Chores

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    In teaching kids about the value of money, today’s parents appear to be trying to spare their children some of their own pitfalls when it comes to learning about finances. The survey found that nearly half of parents learned about money on their own, and only 39 percent were taught by parents or family members. Among millennials, 48 percent learned from their parents.
    Chores are a powerful way to help children learn money management skills that will be valuable throughout their lives. I discuss this with financial expert and family money management professional, Beth Taylor, Director at Northwestern Mutual.

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                                 *** THIS IS A PRE-RECORDED SHOW AND WE WILL NOT BE TAKING ANY PHONE CALLS*** 
    We recently conducted a survey where participants were asked whether or not they had a documented process they consistently followed in order to achieve their financial goals. 36% of the respondents stated they had a documented process they followed; 43% stated they had a process but it wasn’t in writing; and 20% responded that they did not have a written process and don’t feel that having a written process is necessary. Bottom line, everyone has a process whether it’s documented or not, and every financial decision you make moves you closer or further away from your financial goals.  A written process helps to keep you focused (especially when life throws you an unexpected curve ball) and your actions consistent which gives rise to quality decisions.  If you have a process that’s working for you, i.e. moving you towards your financial goals, great! If not, or your process needs a little fine tuning I’d like to share with you a process that gets results!
    Join us and learn the 3 basic financial documents you'll ever need to help get your financial house in order. Here how this proven process can move you from where you are to where you want to be!