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THE EGGERSS REPORT 1-14-17

Radio Show

On this week’s show, Karl discusses common investment mistakes with Casey Keller, CFA.

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TODAY’S TOP 10 (OR SO) 1-12-2017

Money & Investing

A midday reversal highlights TTTOS. The stock market battled back. After being down by 180 points, the Dow Jones finished only down 63 points and still shy of the over hyped number of 20000. Bitcoin, which had been on a tear the last few weeks, went under 800 today after reaching 1165 just a few […]

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THE EGGERSS REPORT 1-7-17

Radio Show

The first trading week of the year looked much different than last year. Karl explains. Plus, the biggest investment mover of the week wasn’t what you expected.

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WAGES ARE RISING AND IMPACTING BONDS

BondsEconomyFederal Reserve

This morning, the Labor Department released the December jobs figures.  While the jobs added in December was less than expected, the previous month’s was revised up substantially.  Embedded in the numbers was the average hourly earnings which stole the show today. Year over year, that number rose by 2.9%.  This was the highest since 2009 and […]

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TODAY’S TOP 10 (OR SO) 1-5-2017

Money & Investing

Trump, as usual, dominates TTTOS.

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THE EGGERSS REPORT 12-31-16

Radio Show

On this week’s show, Karl tells listeners what was learned in 2016 and what to expect in 2017.

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THE EGGERSS REPORT 12-24-16

Radio Show

On this week’s show, Karl discusses 2017 and what could happen to your investments plus he shares some areas he likes in the new year.

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The Housing Recovery Isn’t Over

Housing

A big contributor to the financial crisis was the collapse in the housing market. Since the housing crash, the housing market has been steadily recovering and with rates starting to rise, those on the sidelines may be rushing to buy. In fact, November new home sales of 592,000, close to the highest since the financial crisis. The big question is whether or not we are at peak new home sales?

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Is The Federal Reserve Behind The Curve?

EconomyFederal ReserveInterest Rates

The Fed recently raised interest rates, but only for the 2nd time in 10 years. And, after forecasting 4 rate hikes in 2016, they only raised rates by 0.25% one time in 2016. But, where should interest rates be at this point in the cycle?

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THE EGGERSS REPORT 12-17-16

Radio Show

On this week’s show, Karl discusses how the Fed’s latest hike in interest rates could affect your portfolio.

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