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CHUCK'S GUESTS

  • Tuesday, Feb 25, 2020

    Ken Berman

    strategist, Gorilla Trades

    Technical Difficulties

  • Tuesday, Feb 25, 2020

    Simon Lack

    managing partner, SL Advisors

    Money Life Market Call

  • Tuesday, Feb 25, 2020

    Gerry Frigon

    chief investment officer, Taylor Frigon Capital Management

    Money Life Market Call

RECENT TICKERS

  • Wednesday, Feb 12, 2020

    Louis Navellier

    president, Navellier Funds

    Tickers Discussed: ABR, CNXM, TKY; during "Hold It or Fold It:" AMT, KEYS, PCTI, KLAC, LGND, ARNA, AUPH, UGI, VEEV

  • Tuesday, Feb 11, 2020

    Jeff Mills

    chief investment officer, Bryn Mawr Trust

    Tickers Discussed: DHI, LOW, JPM; during "Hold It or Fold It:" MU, ULTA, PINS, WFC, GE

  • Monday, Feb 10, 2020

    Kyle Guske

    investment analyst, New Constructs

    Tickers Discussed: TDC


CHUCK'S COLUMN


Do you have $2,467 saved for emergencies? You should

Wednesday, Oct 30, 2019

For years, consumers and financial advisers have wrestled with the “right” amount to set aside for emergencies. The long-lived rule of thumb on the subject is that three to six months of salary is necessary to have an adequate emergency fund, but few people actually live by that guideline. Not only is that a lot of savings and difficult to come up with for many people, it’s also not like the typical emergency requires six months’ worth of salary in the next 24 hours. Planning for emergencies is often more about access to sufficient money than it is about the money someone has in the bank. But a new study by two college professors...

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