Join Adam and Steve as they discuss the market in the first week of May and answer a caller's question about inflation. While Covid remains, schools are still closed but what's this about more free childcare? Adam talks about another individual in the "Who Am I?" series and Steve gives us an update on the Secure Act 2.0.
Adam gives us the rundown of the market for the month of April and Steve has us scratching our heads with this week's trivia question. Callers talk about how the labor shortages are affecting them and Adam gives us another American success story.
Adam and Steve give us an update on the market and bring in guest host Megan to talk about the millennial spending habits. From housing to excursions, Megan gives her opinion on the millennial financial future.
This week, tune in to The Van Wie Financial hour to listen to Adam and Steve talk about the market and the price of lumber. On this show, callers always go to the head of the line, and this week several people wanted to praise the show, talk about housing prices, and ask about AI involvement in foreign markets.
Adam and Steve discuss how the market performed during the week and the interesting state of the job market. They answer a client's question about inflation, considering a variety of different market forces at work. One caller wants to know how to invest in I-bonds and another gives an interesting update for AI.
Adam and Steve cover the market for the end of the quarter and dive further into Bitcoin energy usage. Adam gives us a preview of the new age of digital art with NFTs and how lucrative it has become.
Adam and Steve cover the market for the past week and dive into another, as Steve calls it, "Who am I?" billionaire. Media coverage of female CPF® exaggerates the criticism females in the industry get compared to their male counterparts. One caller wanted to know if any changes will be made to the treatment of advisor fees on tax forms while another was interested in the effects of a 2.5% interest rate on short-term bond funds.
Adam and Steve discuss the flat week in the market and why interest rates are having such a large effect on stock valuations. Steve explains why the IRS extended the filing deadline and what that means for you.
Adam and Steve cover the market moves for the past week and introduce us to the wealthiest women you have never heard of. New stimulus checks go out and the pipeline's cancellation hits highly skilled workers.
Adam and Steve cover the rollercoaster of a week the market had and touch on the next Covid relief bill. With the consumer gravitating towards cleaner energy, Adam and Steve talk about GM's plan to be all-electric by 2035 and how this change affects the market.
Adam and Steve discuss the rise in interest rates and their relation to the market. Steve tells us about the implications of the new tax laws on the younger generation and potential cost basis change the new administration is not talking about.
This week Steve invites Howard Vergales and Angela Walker to guest host. You can expect updates on Covid vaccines and in-depth real estate knowledge in this episode's review of the past week.
This week, Adam and Steve share their analysis of the market and how our economy is doing with the distribution of COVID vaccines. A caller asks about reverse stock splits, and you will be surprised to know how many billionaires have been created during COVID.
This week, Steve recounts the very first airing of the Van Wie Financial Hour 7 years ago and Adam goes over the big week in the market. Adam introduces a new and exciting segment, "Who am I?". Inspired by a past caller, he dives into the American dream and the success stories for several wealthy immigrants.
Adam and Steve discuss the ugly week stocks had globally. Steve gives a rundown of the GameStop/Robinhood saga, and comes down on the side of the little guy.
Adam and Steve cover the market for this "historical" week and baffle the audience and callers with an interesting trivia question. Adam goes over the bad financial advice floating around the hot app TikTok.
Adam and Steve go over the market changes for the week and a caller praises them for a wonderful show. Adam goes over the rise in Gamestop and the guys tackle a caller's question about the sort and long term effects of a company being added to the NASDAQ.
Adam and Steve discuss how the market ignored the events of this week and steadily climbed to start 2021 on a good note. A caller wants to know how to provide for his grandchildren and keep control of the money. Adam explains the ramifications of repealing the Trump tax cuts.
Adam and Steve look back on the rollercoaster of a year we had in 2020. A caller asks about bitcoin and how to invest in it, and Steve warns of stimulus check scams floating around.
Adam and Steve go over the market for the last time in 2020 and reminisce on the past 7 years of the Van Wie Financial Hour. A couple of callers ask about the financial impact of the election and voter fraud.
Adam and Steve remark on the uptick in the market and discuss how the economy will be impacted by the January 5th election in Georgia. Student debt is a hot topic, especially when you ask who pays for it, and a caller asks for more information about the SA 44 form.
Adam and Steve discuss the "flat" week in the market, answer a caller's question about form SA 44, and discuss inflation rearing its head. Housing and real estate investments are both hot topics and the things to know before you put money on a "sure thing".
Adam and Steve discuss how high the market has gotten and how they feel about buying and selling during this time. Steve tells us about how remote/traveling for work can get you on your taxes.
This week, Adam and Steve talk about the market high and how the news of multiple vaccines affected those numbers. Steve talks about IRMAA and leads us to a life-changing event letter which is posted on the IRS website to help correct IRMAA amounts.
This week, Adam and Steve discuss the market and take a look at the new addition to the S&P 500. Steve talks about Secure Act 2.0 and answers a caller's question about the withdrawal period.