(Podcast) 9/8/2019 In this episode: (1) Americans don’t understand Social Security!, (2) Smaller cities receive a worker influx, (3) the U.S. isn’t building enough houses and that’s not changing anytime soon & more.

September 15, 2019Podcast

The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, September 15, 2019 In this episode: (1) Americans don’t understand Social Security!, (2) Smaller cities receive a worker influx, (3) the U.S. isn’t building enough houses and that’s not changing anytime soon, (4) Apple releases a new iPhone – should you buy?, (5) Quantitative Easing: the ECB will revamp their … Read More

(Podcast) 9/8/2019 In this episode: (1) Singer/Songwriter and NBC The Voice finalist Dylan Hartigan, (2) FinCon2019, (3) home health workers: the hardest and most demanding job, & more.

September 8, 2019Podcast

The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, September 8, 2019 In this episode: (1) Singer/Songwriter and NBC The Voice finalist Dylan Hartigan, (2) FinCon2019, (3) home health workers: the hardest and most demanding job, (4) it’s OK to ask your financial advisor questions during this period of market volatility, (5) a look at global retirement policy including … Read More

(Podcast) 9/1/2019 In this episode: (1) The challenges faced by many of America’s small #farmers with Larry Shover, Chief Investment Officer, Efficient Advisors, LLC , (2) Risky mortgages return – (non-qualified mortgages) – and from non-bank lenders, (3) Community guidelines at Google, & more.

September 1, 2019Podcast

The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, September 1, 2019 In this episode: (1) The challenges faced by many of America’s small #farmers with Larry Shover, Chief Investment Officer, Efficient Advisors, LLC , (2) Risky mortgages return – (non-qualified mortgages) – and from non-bank lenders, (3) Community guidelines at Google, (4) major cellular carriers are deploying drones … Read More

(Podcast) 8/25/2019 In this episode: (1) Small business trials and tribulations with voice-over actor and #contentcreator Dusty Porter, (2) How to save $1,000 in 5 easy steps (3) the birth of E-Delivery and modernization in the retirement industry?, & more.

August 25, 2019Podcast

The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, August 25, 2019 In this episode: (1) Small business trials and tribulations with voice-over actor and #contentcreator Dusty Porter,  (2) How to save $1,000 in 5 easy steps (3) the birth of E-Delivery and modernization in the retirement industry?, (4) The new Apple Credit Card  and a lack luster new … Read More

(Podcast) 8/18/2019 In this episode: (1) CalSavers Executive Director Katie Selenski joins us to discuss recent successes of the Program since it’s July 1, 2019 rollout, (2) Ancestry.com thinks about a move in to healthcare and drug negotiations go viral, (3) the inverted yield curve and recession sentiment, & more.

August 18, 2019Podcast

The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, August 18, 2019 Upload Files In this episode: (1) CalSavers Executive Director Katie Selenski joins us to discuss recent successes of the Program since it’s July 1, 2019 rollout, (2) Ancestry.com thinks about a move in to healthcare and drug negotiations go viral, (3) the inverted yield curve and recession … Read More

(Podcast) 8/11/2019 In this episode: (1) Suburban Jungle’s Founder and President Alison Bernstein discusses #realestate trends – both #urban and #suburban including #resizing, #downsizing and #relocating (2) the concept of JOMO (Joy of Missing Out), (3) 31% of women now out-earn their partners, & more.

August 12, 2019Podcast

The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, August 11, 2019 In this episode: (1) Suburban Jungle’s Founder and President Alison Bernstein discusses #realestate trends – both #urban and #suburban including #resizing, #downsizing and #relocating (2) the concept of JOMO (Joy of Missing Out), (3) 31% of women now out-earn their partners, (4) Uber loses $5 billion and … Read More

(Podcast) 8/4/2019 In this episode: (1) Connected Technology, LLC’s President Kevin Urso joins us to discuss how small and mid-sized organizations are also at risk for #databreaches and #cybersecurity mishaps, (2) social media FOMO and its implications in the societal wage struggle, (3) #financialliteracy professional development classes for high school teachers, & more.

August 4, 2019Podcast

The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, August 4, 2019 In this episode: (1) Connected Technology, LLC‘s President Kevin Urso joins us to discuss how small and mid-sized organizations are also at risk for #databreaches and #cybersecurity mishaps, (2) social media FOMO and its implications in the societal wage struggle, (3) #financialliteracy professional development classes for high … Read More

(Podcast) 7/28/2019 In this episode: (1) Garrett Roberts of GoRow Studios provides an update on his business plan and discusses some of the latest #healthcare and #fitness trends, (2) Natalie Walters recounts her trip to Africa trying to fix Kenya’s low-income clinics with cost-effective technology, (3) Millennials (and others) are being creative in reducing their housing expenses, & more.

July 28, 2019Podcast

The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, July 28, 2019 In this episode: (1) Garrett Roberts of GoRow Studios provides an update on his business plan and discusses some of the latest #healthcare and #fitness trends, (2) Natalie Walters recounts her trip to Africa trying to fix Kenya’s low-income clinics with cost-effective technology, (3) Millennials (and others) … Read More

(Podcast) 7/21/2019 In this episode: (1) A look at #Annuities trends and thoughts on provisions of the #SECUREAct with Kerry Pechter, Editor of the Retirement Income Journal, (2) How Serena aces work-life balance, (3) Oscar’s first moves in Medicare Advantage, & more.

July 21, 2019Podcast

The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, July 21, 2019 In this episode: (1) A look at #Annuities trends and thoughts on provisions of the #SECUREAct with Kerry Pechter, Editor of the Retirement Income Journal, (2) How Serena aces work-life balance, (3) Oscar’s first moves in Medicare Advantage, (4) Netflix subscribers flatten! Is it a sign of … Read More

(Podcast) 7/14/2019 In this episode: (1) Kristina Hooper, Invesco, Chief Global Markets Strategist, takes us on a look back at the first half of 2019 and sheds some light on what we might expect from markets the remainder of the year, (2) BREAKING NEWS: Department of Labor secretary Acosta resigns. What’s the impact to benefit regulation and who may replace him?, (3) Atlas Shrugged: Employees striking for climate change, & more.

July 14, 2019Podcast

The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, July 14, 2019 In this episode: (1) Kristina Hooper,  Invesco, Chief Global Markets Strategist, takes us on a look back at the first half of 2019 and sheds some light on what we might expect from markets the remainder of the year, (2)  BREAKING NEWS: Department of Labor secretary Acosta … Read More