-Distorting market values
-Why the world doesn’t work the way you expect it to
-The right way to do something, and much more
Sometimes all it takes is one experience to change your views forever.
On today’s show we sat down with State Street’s Matt Bartolini to discuss investing in different sectors of the stock market and what these sectors can tell us about where we are in the business cycle.
Modern market cap theory, or MMCT, is the idea that there is no upper limit for how big stocks can get.
Description: On this week’s show we discuss the potential for a spending boom when the pandemic is over, what happens to all of the government debt we’re racking up, what happened to the middle class in America, the red hot housing market, a tough fall ahead for students and parents and much more.
Bear markets are usually generational buying opportunities, but not always
It’s truly incredible to see how quickly the largest company in the world is pulling away from the rest of the pack.
-What you learn in school
-Somebody is working on the next big thing right now
-How James Altucher wins, and more
On this episode, we do a deep dive on budgeting, conscious spending, classflation, the two types of budgets, how to plan for infrequent expenses, how to make your budget obsolete and much more as it pertains to one of the most important topics in all of personal finance.
Most stocks might not be near a 52-week high, but they’re also very from their 52-week lows.