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CHUCK'S GUESTS

  • Monday, Aug 10, 2020

    Mike Brown

    director of communications, LendEDU.com

    The Quick Take

  • Monday, Aug 10, 2020

    Giles Coghlan

    chief currency analyst, HYCM

    The Big Interview

  • Monday, Aug 10, 2020

    Kyle Guske

    investment analyst, New Constructs

    The Danger Zone

RECENT TICKERS

  • Thursday, Jul 30, 2020

    Paul Lambert

    portfolio manager, Tocqueville Opportunity

    Tickers Discussed: SHOP, PCTY, APO

  • Thursday, Jul 16, 2020

    Bernie Horn

    manager, Polaris Global Value (PGVFX)

    Tickers Discussed: DAL, RYAAY, CROX, LB; during "Hold It or Fold It:" MEOH, MPC, TAP, WRK, NTR

  • Wednesday, Jul 15, 2020

    Larry Cordisco

    portfolio manager, Osterweis Capital Management

    Tickers Discussed: SYY, ROST


CHUCK'S COLUMN


Kids like and learn more from cash than Halloween candy

Sunday, May 24, 2020

Note: This article was released to newspapers on Nov. 1, 2019   Liam, an eager, blond-haired third-grader, wasn’t playing the odds. He didn’t care about losing five pieces of candy; he couldn’t pull them from his bag fast enough. “You’ve got to go for the big money,” he excitedly told his friends as he shoved candy at me. He was the first child on Halloween night to play the candy lottery, the newest twist in my now annual effort to use All Hallows Eve as a means of teaching children about money. It’s a fun night, filled with conversations about money, value, risk, profits and losses with small children up to...

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