In addition to the week’s financial news, Bill Dunham and Fred Mackara discuss some of the history of inflation (and deflation). Wynne Tyree of the market research firm Smarty Pants returns for a discussion of how her business provides guidance for the companies with which she works. First aired on Public Radio 89.5 WETS-FM on October 14, 2017.
Did you know that a youth market research firm working with global corporations was headquartered in Tennessee’s oldest town? Neither did Bill and Fred, until they interviewed Smarty Pants founder Wynne Tyree of Jonesborough on this edition of Business Matters. First aired on Public Radio 89.5 WETS-FM on October 7, 2017.
Bill Dunham and Fred Mackara present the end of the third quarter in the markets and the economy, and speak again with Johnson City Public Works Director Phil Pindzola on this edition of Business Matters. First aired on Public Radio 89.5 WETS-FM on September 30, 2017.
This week’s Business Matters features a conversation with Phil Pindzola, Director of Public Works for the city of Johnson City. Fred Mackara recaps economic news of the week, and Bill Dunham covers the week on Wall Street. First aired 9/23/17 on Public Radio 89.5 WETS-FM, a service of East Tennessee State University.
This informative video from our custodian, TD Ameritrade Institutional, provides a tour of their secure client account website, www.advisorclient.com. If you’re not utilizing the portal, give this a view. It provides both real time information on your accounts, and access to records like statements, trade confirmations, and tax records. Please contact us if we can help set up credentials to access this free feature.
Worried about the Equifax data breach? This article from Kiplinger’s provides some helpful action steps.
First Trust Chief Economist Brian Wesbury (one of our favorite pundits) explains why he feels looking to Washington for clues on the market’s future is looking in the wrong place. First published 4/19/17.
Mitch Zacks of Zacks Investment Management feels we are still in a secular bull market driven by economic fundamentals – not politics. This piece summarizes it nicely. First published 2/24/17.
Mitch Zacks of Zacks Investment Management reveals what he believes is an investor’s worst enemy…….
……and some history to back up Mr. Zacks’ argument