The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, March 10, 2019

In this episode: (1) U.S. Credit Card debt highest it has ever been and the Bureau of Labor Statistics says that solar panel work will be the fastest growing job in the next decade, (2) the IRS re-evaluates its decision on pension Lump Sum Distribution windows, (3) Amazon ends its pop-up stores and AirBNB plans its IPO, (4) Job numbers are below expectations and investor sentiment on Tesla and Facebook, (5) a 24-year old has a saving rate that has her on the path to $100k by the time she is 25 and (6) gender bias in investing and financial advice.  We’re talking #financialliteracy with today’s special guest Annamaria Lusardi of The George Washington University – School of Business and Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center (GFLEC).

Featuring the expert analysis of: Grant Sabatier, Millenial MoneyOliver Renick, TD AmeritradeMichael Bozzello, StockTwits, Kevin Kelly, Delphi Digital, George Grombacher, Money Alignment Academy, Jacob Passy and Alessandra Malito, MarketWatch, Natalie Walters, The Motley Fool, Devin Banerjee, CFA, LinkedIn and Kevin Walsh and David Levine, Groom Law Group, Chartered. Show produced by Dusty Porter.

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