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CHUCK'S GUESTS

  • Friday, Jul 08, 2022

    Steve Rick

    chief economist, CUNA Mutual Group

    The Big Interview

  • Thursday, Jul 07, 2022

    Tom Lydon

    vice chairman, VettaFi.com

    ETF of the Week

  • Thursday, Jul 07, 2022

    Steve Sosnick

    chief strategist, Interactive Brokers

    The Big Interview

  • Thursday, Jul 07, 2022

    Tom Lydon

    vice chairman, VettaFi.com

    ETF of the Week

  • Thursday, Jul 07, 2022

    Steve Sosnick

    chief strategist, Interactive Brokers

    The Big Interview

RECENT TICKERS

  • Wednesday, Jul 06, 2022

    Kevin Miller

    chief investment officer, E-Valuator Funds

    Tickers Discussed: VIRG, LIVFX, IYK, SCHD; during "Quick and Dirty:" PRFRX, DDFZX, GLDI, IAU, DBC, JPME, EQAL, VGIT, AFFMX, HACAX, CGJIX

  • Tuesday, Jun 28, 2022

    Mark Newton

    global head of technical strategy, Fundstrat Global Advisors

    Tickers Discussed: MRK, OFE, LLY

  • Friday, Jun 24, 2022

    Jeffrey Bierman

    founder, TheQuantGuy.com

    Tickers Discussed: DIS, CRM,


CHUCK'S COLUMN


There’s no place like home for teaching kids about money

Wednesday, Mar 30, 2022

Last week, Florida became the latest state to mandate a financial literacy course as a requirement for graduation from a public high school. It’s part of a trend that has more than 50 personal-finance education bills under consideration in 26 states, according to Next Gen Personal Finance, a non-profit organization that tracks the legislation. There is conflicting information on just how widespread school-based financial literacy efforts are – a lot of it lies in the difference between courses required to get your diploma versus classes that school districts are required to offer so that students have an option to take them – but it’s...

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