CEO Andrew Whalen shares his views about the upcoming U.S. presidential election and its potential impact on the markets and portfolios. Key points Andrew Whalen addresses during this presentation:
1- How this year’s recession may impact election results
2- The issues in play and how they may affect the markets
3- Consequences of a contested election
4- Impact of Political policies on the economy, sectors, and the markets
During this new episode, CEO, Andrew Whalen talks about disruptive technologies and their impact on the economy and stock market in the coming years. This includes BioTechnology, BlockChain, AI & Robotics, and Cyber Security. Join Andrew today and learn more about this 'disruptive' topic.
During this new episode, CEO, Andrew Whalen talks about our emotional behavior and responses - and how they can often negatively affect our short and long term investment decisions. He will discuss the objectivity that is needed and how to protect yourself - well...from yourself! Join Andrew today and learn more about this 'emotional' topic.
During this episode, we talk with local real estate agent, Lena Paola. We cover the impact of the pandemic on trends in the housing market, where mortgage rates are heading, and the outlook for home buyers and sellers. If you're interested in the current state of the real estate market you'll want to listen to this new episode.
The coronavirus is a pure negative externality. It initially caused a negative supply shock that was rapidly offset by a negative global aggregate demand shock. Households were then called upon to stay at home and avoid social interactions, which forced them to spend less. If consumers buy less, companies are inclined to produce less. This will have a negative impact on production and will cause massive layoffs.
Keeping our clients updated and informed about this unprecedented pandemic COVID-19 and its effects in the market. Listen to our nationwide client conference call discussing the current events and the markets.
During this new episode of "Making Cent$ Of Wealth" Andrew Whalen talks about lifetime investing, you may only see a situation like the recent novel coronavirus (COVID-19) a few times.
The show where we breakdown complex financial topics and market events into investor-friendly concepts so that you can make better-informed decisions about your financial future, so if it don't make dollars, it don't make cent$.
During this episode, Andrew Whalen invites special guests Peter J. Eisenrich & Brett McAvoy from Clark Capital Management Group where they discuss: 2020 Market Outlook Recession Risks or Market Myths?
The U.S. economy will continue to grow, and our projection for the S&P 500 in 2020 is 3500. The Federal Reserve will be on hold for the year, with a very high bar to hike rates, and not as high of a bar to cut rates one more time. A weakening U.S. dollar will support international market outperformance, led by emerging markets.
On this episode of Making Cent$ of Wealth, Andrew Whalen - CEO reviews the fundamental principles of building wealth by diving into the book "Simple Wealth, Inevitable Wealth" by Nick Murray.
The countdown begins. Once the clock rolls us into 2020, the tax season gets underway. The old calendar year, 2019, will have officially been put to rest. Deductions from your paychecks and other income sources will begin counting for the New Year. Once it’s 2020, we can celebrate and look to even better days ahead. But we dare not neglect our fiduciary obligations to the old year.
On this new episode of Making Cent$ of Wealth, CEO - Andrew Whalen welcomes personal friend, longtime client, and former UFC light heavyweight champion Forrest Griffin. Forrest discusses his career as an MMA fighter during and after the UFC, the economics of becoming a UFC fighter, the UFC new business model for the next generation of fighters and how proper planning is key to success.
On a very special episode three of Making Cent$ of Wealth, Andrew welcomes personal friend, client, and four-time Mr. Olympia Jay Cutler to the show. From bodybuilding to entrepreneurship, Jay speaks on both the personal and financial investments he made in order to reach his goals. Whether in the gym or in the office, Jay explains the persistent heavy lifting needed to achieve greatness.
A Unicorn can be defined as a private business that has reached a valuation of over $1Billion. These name-tags are generally associated with high flying names in Silicon Valley. Most of you have one of their services downloaded on your phone and use them quite frequently. But today I want to ask the most important question – are they worth it or like their mystical counterpart – will investors be chasing them?
The first episode in the "Making Cent$ of Wealth". Follow along as Andrew Whalen breaks down complex financial topics and interviews successful entrepreneurs to help the listeners better understand their own financial roadmap.