With Bill Dunham and Fred Mackara taking the week off from Business Matters, here’s an interesting “pep talk” on investing in today’s environment from Brian Wesbury, Chief Economist for First Trust portfolios.
Bill Dunham and Fred Mackara are joined by Portfolio Manager Gerry Mihalick of Berkshire Asset Management to discuss value investing. Matt Deitel joins the Business Matters to share the week’s market news. First aired on Public Radio 89.5 WETS-FM on June 17, 2017.
Patrick Wilson, Executive Director of the Tri Cities Airport Authority, joins Bill and Fred for the second installment of his interview on Business Matters. First aired on Public Radio 89.5 WETS-FM on June 10, 2017.
Bill Dunham and Dr. Fred Mackara visit with Executive Director of the Tri Cities Airport Authority, Patrick Wilson, to discuss the aerospace park development at TRI on this edition of Business Matters. First aired on Public Radio 89.5 WETS-FM on 6-3-17.
One Stop Wine and Spirits proprietor Phil Scharfstein joins Bill and Fred for the second installment of their interview on retail in the Tri Cities. In addition to the usual Business Matters recap of market and economic news, Bill addresses the perceived weakness in the global recovery since 2009. First aired on Public Radio 89.5 WETS-FM on 5/13/17.
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.
Matt Sommer, VP and Director of the Janus Capital Retirement Strategies Group, spoke with Bill Dunham on the 2/18 edition of Business Matters on WETS-FM. This piece, Big Questions for a Better Retirement, provides more texture to his comments.
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
How important is the Dow crossing the 20,000 mark? Mitch Zacks of Zacks Investment Management weighs in.