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Before you invest or trade Exchange Traded Funds ETFs, find out what you need to know! Exchange Traded Products are the fastest growing new trading and investing instruments in the Stock Market. These are Mutual Funds that trade like Stocks, but are not assets. Learn about the different types of ETFs, as well as Exchange Traded Notes ETNs and Exchange Traded Products ETPs. The easy going teaching style of Martha Stokes CMT takes the mystery and confusion out of learning how use them for short term trading or long term investing, the risks of these derivatives, and why they are so popular.
There are so many different ways to invest these days that many independent investors are confused, and do not know which investment instrument they should use. In this radio show Martha Stokes CMT explains who should consider ETFs, what they are commonly used for, the risks and different types of Exchange Traded Funds ETFs, Exchange Traded Notes ETNs, and other Exchange Traded Derivatives. If you are curious about what ETFs are, or want to learn about alternative investments to expand or diversify your portfolio then listen in on this radio show.
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Join host Barbie O'Connor for this week's MoneySmarts4U show where the basics of investments are discussed. The features of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, ETFs, and investment objectives and what they mean will be discussed.
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Guest Expert - Sean Hyman, regular Financial Contributor to many MAJOR TV networks.
We will kick off this new show with the fundamentals of wealth as outlined by the Bible. TITHING! Then from the blessings that overflow; just as outlined in the parable of the Talents, we invest it for multiplication and expansion of the Kingdom.
Sean Hyman is the author of the Biblical Money Code, and has a popular newsletter (which I am subscribed to) - the Ultimate Wealth Report, which gives buy/sell signals for a handful of very profitable ETFs, accessible to members only.
If you are wanting to build wealth, then, fundamentally speaking, you need the updates on charts, news and what's making financial impact.
Join me as I interview Schwab CEO Marie Chandoha on all things money and where the economy and markets are headed in 2015.
Marie A. Chandoha is president and CEO of Charles Schwab Investment Management, Inc. (CSIM), the investment advisor to Schwab Funds, Laudus Funds and Schwab ETFs™ and one of the largest money market and index fund providers in the industry. Prior to this prestigious (and powerful) role, Marie ran the global fixed-income business at Blackrock. Her degree in economics is from Harvard University.
We'll discuss everything from what it takes to the rise to the top of the finance world and what it takes to succeed in today's over-leveraged Debt World. In Marie's view, you can use the same common sense strategies for investing that she uses on her cattle ranch...
In this episode, Ron DeLegge does a Portfolio Report Card for GO in Swarthmore, PA. He’s a 66 years old, married and his wife is 57. His $818,000 nest egg consists of a taxable brokerage account, traditional and ROTH IRA, and a 401(k) plan. GO manages the money himself and he owns 9 ETFs, 8 mutual funds, and 2 individual stocks. What kind of grade will GO's portfolio get? A, B, C, D, or F? Get $100 if your Portfolio Report Card is an "A" Follow us on Twitter @PTalkRadio
In this episode, Ron DeLegge does a Portfolio Report Card for DC in Florida. He’s a 72 years old, married and retired. His $2 million nest egg is divided across a taxable brokerage account and a traditional IRA. DC manages the money himself and his overall asset mix is 49.68% to stocks, 31.93% to bonds, and 18.3% to cash. DC’s entire portfolio consists of 18 mutual funds, 10 individual stocks, 9 ETFs, and two closed-end funds (PTY and EXG). What kind of grade will DC's portfolio get? A, B, C, D, or F?
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Joining host Larry Muck on this episode of Community Investor is Kathy Bortnem, Precious Metals Specialist with Miles Franklin Ltd. Miles Franklin, founded in 1990, has provided a creative strategy for diversifying assets with precious metals. On this show, Kathy will give her perspective on investing gold, not gold stocks or ETFs, but taking physical delivery of gold, silver, or palladium.
To ask a question or for more information drop Larry an email Larry@larrymuck.com
My guest will be Russell Rivera, CFA. Russell is the founder and President of Voice Wealth Management. He attended Harvard University where he was granted his Bachelor’s Degree in Economics. After college, Russell joined Goldman Sachs & Co., where he worked through several of the firm’s trading areas including bonds, options, and equity trading before joining the ETF Specialist Group. While in that group, he helped develop the first fixed income, silver, and leveraged exchange traded funds (ETFs). Additionally, he functioned as the specialist in the S&P 500 ETF, SPY, trading millions of shares each day.
After leaving Goldman Sachs, Russell briefly joined the Stern Group at Merrill Lynch, a wealth management team specializing in hedge strategies for customer portfolios.
Before founding Voice Wealth Management, Russell worked at The Abernathy Group II, LP as Head Trader and Market Strategist for the institutional brokerage, hedge fund, and family office units. Among his responsibilities, he sought tactical trading opportunities for the firm’s hedge fund and institutional clients as well as helping the family office develop and update models on asset allocation for family office clients.
Russell became a CFA Charterholder in 2007. Voice Wealth Management was founded in 2013 with the aim of helping individuals and families simplify their financial lives.
In this radio show, Martha Stokes CMT talks about what a charting software should have in it to help you find and select stocks, Mutual Funds, Indexes for Retirement accounts, and or ETFs. Her candid no-nonsense approach is a refreshing way to learn about what stock charts can do to help you manage your 401K or IRA, how stock charts can help you choose better mutual funds, and how you can learn to read stock charts to select the right stocks for your long term investing or for short term trading. Martha tells you exactly what a good charting software should do and the features you need to make stock chart analysis fun, easy, and speed up your stock pick selections. This training is for new investors and beginning traders.
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