Should you be buying now or holding out for better deals when the market “bottoms”? The answer may surprise you. Today our friend Ron Phillips joins us to talk about just that.
Housing prices during the depression rose. And during the Great Recession in 2008, they dropped. But what will COVID-19 do to prices? Today, we sit down and answer that question.
COVID-19 has led to tens of millions of Americans applying for unemployment. And with so many people looking for jobs virtually, they’ll need to learn the nuances of interviewing without being there physically. Today, we dive into some of these issues and address some tips and tricks to employ.
Most American kids today live in relative abundance. They enjoy more material possessions than their parents had growing up. So how do kids learn to value money when it’s pouring in from grandparents, allowances and even the Tooth Fairy? Here are eight tips to help raise financially literate kids…
On Monday Ray Blanco joined us to look into movie theaters post pandemic. The conclusion? Going to the movies the way we’re used to may be a thing of the past. Today Ray rejoins us with a follow-up based on some of the responses we have received
An industry that will be forever changed is the entertainment industry. As people move to streaming platforms for their means of quarantine entertainment… will there be a need to leave the house for the movies anymore? Today our friend Ray Blanco joins us to talk about just that.
These are scary times. The longer this goes on, the clearer it is becoming that we are not going back to the “normal” we had before. But that might not be a bad thing… Today our friend Robert Kiyosaki joins us to share why he thinks now is the perfect opportunity to make a change… and secure your financial future.
Many Americans are tired of living in shutdown mode and ready to get back to work. And the Mayor of Riverton Utah has a plan on how to do just that…
History was made on Monday, April 20, when WTI futures dropped to a negative $37.63 per barrel. So how does this happen? And why didn’t the price of gasoline at the pump drop at a similarly precipitous rate?
If you own your own business, chances are — if you haven’t already — you’re starting to think about how you can ensure your business survives. Today, Mike Dillard has seven lessons he has learned from operating in a crisis. He’s owned and run business through four crises, including 9/11 and the 2008/2009 economic downturn.