Joe: Hey, it’s Joe. I’ve got another question here. This person says, “Can you really buy house with zero down and bad credit?” Joe: The answer is absolutely yes. We’ve done it hundreds, well, thousands of times. If you count my students as well, we’ve done it many, many times over the last 20-some years
PETER ATWATER: I can remember writing- shortly after Trump was elected, he has to placate his base. And he has to placate the markets. And their interests are mutually exclusive. This is a time where small localized individuals have far greater power than those at the center. My freshman class this spring- they do not
Good morning and welcome to Monday’s Money Minute, where we look ahead to this week’s biggest financial stories. It’s a very busy week for UK economic data. This will almost certainly draw even more press attention than usual, given the looming election. Today we get British GDP figures for the third quarter. This is the
Grant Williams: He offers ways to avoid getting trapped in what he calls the ETF Vortex. Steve Bregman: Jack Bogle, the founder of Vanguard Group, who as– I don’t know his precise age, he might be near 90 now– is very active. And he speaks and writes– Which is ironic in itself, I guess. Yes.
GRANT WILLIAMS: The implications for this are just so broad, because everybody owns ETFs. From the lowliest retail investor who just has a couple of thousand bucks in the stock market, I guarantee he’s in an ETF unless he’s inherited shares from— STEVE BREGMAN: This is now the mode of investing. But up to active
Good morning and welcome to Money Minute, where we preview the day’s biggest financial stories. Over in the eurozone this morning, we get Germany’s trade balance for September. The eurozone’s biggest economy has been struggling this year and is quite possibly in recession. The latest trade data will give an idea of just how much
Adam Carroll joins me today, the co-creator and writer of the documentary, Broke, Busted and Disgusted: The true talk cost of college and host of the podcast, Build a Bigger Life. In the past decade, Adam has delivered financial literacy programs on over 600 college campuses, hundreds of leadership symposiums and countless local and regional