Wealth Protection

Obamacare Affordable Care Act When Being Right Goes Wrong

The Affordable Care Act (known as “Obamacare”) launched this past week. But it was overshadowed by the government shutdown. I give my two cents in a segment called “Sticks and Stones”.

I’ve also got buzz about the next crazy thing that traders are doing to make money in “The Streets are Talkin’”. And of course, I’ve got a market update and “Word of the Week”.

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how to beat inflation When Being Right Goes Wrong

The Fed has signaled that they may keep interest rates low and continue bond purchases until 2014 or 2015. Nevertheless, investors are edgy.

If Bernanke stops the Fed’s bond purchasing program, bond values may decrease causing rates to rise. The Fed also can’t keep interest rates low forever.

Higher interest rates will impact your savings and investments. Will you be ready when rates go back up? Are you aware of how rising interest rates may affect you? Are you ready to keep inflation from devouring your purchasing power, and – most importantly – do you know how?

You’d be surprised. I talk about how rising interest rates may impact your wallet, plus strategies to protect yourself, in this week’s podcast.


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Locks and Losing Profit When Being Right Goes Wrong

Folks are getting nervous as the stock market hits new highs. Instead of waiting to see if the Dow will break 15K, some investors want to take the profits that they’ve made so far and run.

If you’ve made profits, how should you plan your exit? Or, can you stay invested and use other types of securities to lock in your profit?

I answer this, give book recommendations, and more in this podcast, so tune in!

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The Cinderella of the Global Markets

by The Wall Street Geek

Bonds are the Cinderella of the global capital markets. Noone talks about them in the news, and people don’t get as excited about buying them as they do with stocks, currencies, and…nearly everything else! But given a chance, they shine. Well, I’m talking about them today! Learn about buying bonds from A to Z in […]

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BlogTalkRadio Episode: 2013-2014 Investment Outlook and Strategies

by The Wall Street Geek

The Wall Street Geek is hosted by Michelle Price, Managing Principal of Price Capital LLC in NYC and author of “How to Buy Stocks Online” (available at Amazon). In this show, I talk about what history tells us about how the market may move in the next few months, important upcoming Washington initiatives and related […]

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BlogTalkRadio Episode: Post-Election Money Moves

by The Wall Street Geek

The markets may move one way or the other depending on the outcome of the November 6th elections. A good investor thinks ahead. This podcast does much of the work for you by giving you investment moves to consider based upon three scenarios: if the Republicans gain a majority in Washington, if the Democrats gain […]

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Video: Two Things to Check Before Your Portfolio Takes a Dive

by The Wall Street Geek

Here are two things to check with the stocks in your portfolio to figure out if your investments may take you on a rollercoaster ride if the market drops. You may also be interested in: Hey #Twitter…About That IPO Love is All We Need The One Habit the #Forbes Richest Have — Do You Have […]

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Video: Where to Invest if the Market Goes Apesh-t Again

by The Wall Street Geek

Which sectors may perform the best when the market becomes volatile? Sector correlation to the VIX helps to answer this. You may also be interested in: Hey #Twitter…About That IPO Love is All We Need The One Habit the #Forbes Richest Have — Do You Have It Too? Coming to Africa

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3 Easy Techniques to Predict a Market Bottom

by The Wall Street Geek

Back in 2008 when the sky was falling, clients would call me asking if the market would go to zero. It was a completely legitimate question given the headlines showing drops of 500 points day after day with no end in sight. However, analysts made names for themselves on the street by calling the bottom […]

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Retiree Portfolio Checklist

by The Wall Street Geek

I recently completed Q2 2011 performance reviews with my clients. While strategies shouldn’t change drastically from quarter to quarter, it’s important to continuously check in to ensure that investments are still aligned with each client’s overall strategy. It’s synonymous to having an annual physical or a 2x year dental checkup. Reviews are particularly important for […]

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