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WEALTHSTEADING Podcast investing retirement money & wealth

A Business, Investing and News podcast featuring John Pugliano
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Follow independent money manager John Pugliano as he analyzes the stock market and discusses how he trades his portfolio and builds personal wealth. John has over 35 years investing experience, he's an entrepreneur, author, inventor and the founder of Investable Wealth LLC. Visit the podcast website at: www.wealthsteading.com

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S&P 500 winning streak continues…will the next move be up/down 7%?
Episode 302:  The S&P 500 closed above 3120 for the first time, continuing a six week winning streak.  In this episode I’ll discuss the next 7% move, which could be either Up or Down. ————————————————————–
S&P 500 sets record high…what happened to the inverted yield curve?
Episode 301:  Today the S&P 500 set a new, all-time record high.  That’s in spite of all the fear over non-existing threats like the inverted yield curve.  Listen in for where I think the market is headed and why I remain optimistic. ————————————————————–
How to identify REAL threats to the economy
Episode 300:  In this episode I give a very simple example of the difference between an existential threat and a harmless policy decision problem. ————————————————————–
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Started
Jul 6th, 2014
Latest Episode
Nov 17th, 2019
Release Period
Daily
No. of Episodes
309
Avg. Episode Length
23 minutes
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