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Becker Group Business of Media and Marketing

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In this episode Scott Becker discusses Elon Musk selling shares and government spending in the face of increased inflation.
In this episode Scott Becker discusses the connection between the jobs report and the stock market.
In this episode Scott discusses: The major indexes all rose Thursday with the S&P 500 rising 1.42 percent. Apple is one of the most interesting current stories because almost all of us own Apple in some form or another. Futures are slightly up
In this episode Scott Becker discusses his experience investing in Bitcoin and cannabis.
In this episode Scott Becker discusses the psychology behind the different risk levels people have and how they allocate their investments.
In this episode Scott discusses: The markets fell yesterday based on fears of Omicron and uncertainty regarding its impact. Apple faces slowing demand for its iPhone. Futures point slightly up this am. The 10 year treasury yield is down to open
In this episode Scott Becker shares 3 concepts on professional success.
In this episode Scott Becker provides an update on Salesforce.
In this episode Scott discusses: Markets were down yesterday. Nasdaq and S&P futures point up nearly 1.5 percent this morning. The 10 year treasury yield opens around 1.443. Fed Chair Powell voices increased concern re inflation and may expedit
In this episode Scott Becker shares the lasted news and stats on the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this episode Scott Becker discusses what drives the super moguls to sell their shares: The CEO of Microsoft Satya Nadella sold half his shares he owns in Microsoft for $285 million. This and the sale by Elon Musk are thought be driven by tax
In this episode Scott Becker shares the lasted news and stats on the COVID-19 pandemic and the Omicron variant.
In this episode Scott discusses: Markets up yesterday in a recovery from Friday. Futures point down today as renewed concerns re Omicron. Initial reports show the illness from Omicron may be milder but the spread more significant. The 10 year t
In this episode Scott Becker discusses how everyone is hopeful that the market will rebound today after a very bad Friday.
In this episode Scott Becker discusses 7 points on private equity buyouts.
In this episode Scott discusses: Futures point up this AM on hopes of a rebound from Friday. Friday was the worst day in the markets all year. The 10 year treasury bond will open 14 plus basis points lower than it opened on Friday. Investors ha
In this episode Scott Becker discusses the increased cost of Thanksgiving this year.
In this episode Scott Becker discusses the latest news and updates on The Fed.
In this episode Scott discusses: Futures point down this morning on all three major indexes. New jobless claims came in at a pandemic low of 199,000. Bank of America continues to point up on interest rates rising. The 10 year treasury yield clo
In this episode Scott Becker his thoughts on organizing one’s life.
In this episode Scott Becker shares 3 notes on the Biden Admin’s plan to release 50 million barrels of oil From the Strategic Petroleum Reserve.
In this episode Scott Becker shares the lasted news and stats on the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this episode Scott discusses: President Biden Nominated Fed Chair Powell to a second term as Chair. Treasury yields on the 10 year bond rose nearly 10 basis points to close at 1.625. Growth and tech stocks faltered yesterday on news of Powel
In this episode Scott does a deep dive on the following topics: The House passed the $2 trillion bill for spending. Pension funds keep raising their private equity exposure.
In this episode Scott discusses: Buying crypto is not like buying other stocks. Expect extreme periods of volatility. Know your risk tolerance when investing.
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