Don’t Give The IRS A 0% Loan
April 15, 2019
Karl Eggerss discussed IRS tax day with Trey Ware this morning. Karl explained that your taxes may have gone down or up, but that doesn’t necessarily mean your refund went up or down. In addition, if you got too large of a refund, now is a good time to make an adjustment.
The Little Market That Could
April 12, 2019
On this week’s show, Karl discusses the market’s ability to grind higher. It’s despite some early losses early in the week, the stock market managed to move a bit higher and is closer to new all-time highs. Plus, mutual fund fees aren’t always what they appear to be.
A Pause May Be In Order
April 8, 2019
On this morning’s Trey Ware Show, Karl said despite some good economic numbers, the stock may be due for a rest. But, he still sees new highs soon for the overall stock market.
Head And Shoulders Isn’t Just A Shampoo
April 5, 2019
On this week’s show, Karl discusses the recent strength in the stock market but why a technical setup may cause a short-term drop. Plus, is trading all it’s cracked up to be?
Did China Just Save The Day?
April 1, 2019
On the Trey Ware Show this morning, Karl discussed how a good China Manufacturing report over the weekend may give the bulls more fire power and lift the major averages to new highs soon.
Is This “Opportunity” In Your “Zone”?
March 29, 2019
On this week’s show, Karl welcomes guest Casey Keller to discuss Opportunity Zone investing. What is it and who would be a good fit for this type of inestment?
Also, Karl gives listeners a warning about insurance salesmen dressing up like advisors.
A Recession Doesn’t Guarantee Doom For Your Portfolio
March 26, 2019
On this morning’s Trey Ware Show, Karl discussed that there is one indicator flashing red in terms of a recession. But, Karl doesn’t believe a recession is around the corner. And, even if there is a recession, it doesn’t mean the stock market suffers.
The Trump Put?
March 23, 2019
On this week’s show, Karl discusses the tug of war between the slowing economy and the fact that the Fed isn’t raising interest rates anymore. Plus, the yield curve has inverted. Now what? And lastly, has the “Bernanke Put” become the “Trump Put”?