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The Investopedia Express with Caleb Silver

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Get ready for the week ahead with Investopedia’s Editor in Chief, Caleb Silver, as he digs into the most important stories in finance and global economics. Through expert analysis, interviews with the biggest names in business, and educational breakdowns of the news that moves markets, The Investopedia Express preps you with the information you need to start your week in finance.

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We'll be answering the personal finance questions you might be afraid to ask. Best-selling author and syndicated Washington Post columnist Michelle Singletary joins the Express to share the real truths, realities, and solutions to our money problems. It’s a huge week ahead for corporate earnings, direct listings, and economic reports, and we set you up for what to expect. Plus, why are cautious investors starting to worry about the so-called "Buffett Indicator"? We break it down as The Investopedia Express rolls on. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We go chart-hopping with JC Parets of AllStarCharts.com to find pockets of relative strength and potential weakness across markets. Plus, April is Financial Literacy Month, our favorite month of the year. We’ll share some of our favorite lessons and terms to help the educated investor stay smart as we jump into spring. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this week’s show Jeff Kleintop, the Chief Global Investment Strategist for Charles Schwab joins the show to talk about which global markets still have strength, and where the recovery may have petered out. Plus, investors brace for the end of a tumultuous quarter wondering just how much leverage has been used to push stocks to record highs. All that, and the question of the week the educated investor needs to know to stay ahead of the game. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
How to break the patterns of income inequality amid a booming economic rebound and stock market. CNN Chief Business Correspondent Christine Romans joins the show with lessons from recent boom and bust cycles. And, what’s next for SPACs now that the hype has settled and new products hit the market to bet against them, and what's behind the big boom in virtual real estate. All that, plus the investing term you need to know this week. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Underneath the headlines of the fantastic rise of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is a fundamental transformation in the way we live, spend and transact in a digital economy. The future of the blockchain, Bitcoin and Ethereum is actually the future of money, digital rights, and commerce. Fintech pioneer, futurist and CMO of Consensys, Lex Sokolin joins The Express to help up decode our digital future. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The recent correction in tech stocks may have seemed like it came out of nowhere, but Savita Subramanian and her team at BofA Securities have been talking about it for months. Savita joins the show to make sense of the current market anxiety and tells us what she sees in the months ahead as economies reopen. Plus, why Non-fungible Token is our term of the week, and the key things the educated investor needs to know to navigate these choppy waters. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Another wave of worry is building inside the stock market as rising rates and inflation weigh on investor sentiment. Kenny Polcari joins the show to tell us what we should, and shouldn’t be worried about, and what to do about it. He also shares his recipe for the best linguine tri-colore you’ve ever tasted. Plus, what to expect in the week ahead and why Convexity is the investing term you need to know this week. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
How to keep your hands on the wheel when asset bubbles are everywhere. Paul Hickey of the Bespoke Investment Group joins the show to help us steer through the froth. Plus, SPACs are so hot, rapper/producer Cassius Cuvee burned down the internet with his rap video on those blank-check companies. He joins the Express to talk about the inspiration behind 'SPAC Dream', and what he's working on next. And, why Payment for Order Flow is this week's term of the week. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The cannabis sector was overrun by day traders recently, taking several stocks on wild rides with rough endings. Cannabis investor Todd Harrison of CB1 Capital joins the show with what the political and legislative landscape looks like for cannabis and how long-term investors should value its most popular stocks. Robinhood, Citadel, and the hedge funds caught up in the recent short-selling frenzy are called to testify on Capitol Hill. What to expect, and why short squeeze is our term of the week.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this week's show, more high anxiety for investors as stocks hit record highs, again. Plus, Tyrone Ross Jr., joins the program to talk about the power and the passion behind his push for financial literacy, and introducing cryptocurrency to the financial planning industry. All that, plus the news the Educated Investor needs to start their week. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
How will the day trading frenzy impact markets, and what history can teach us about the clash of institutional and individual investors. Ryan Detrick of LPL Research joins the show to look at how this might play out, and Jamie Catherwood of Investor Amnesia is back with lessons from clashes of the past. Also - why "margin call" is this week's term for educated investors to know. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Can traditional fundamental analysis be trusted anymore? 2020 turned our ideas about valuing companies upside down. Aswath Damodaran, NYU Professor, best-selling author and a wizard in the world of valuing companies, says we have been doing it wrong for years and he has a dire warning for value investors. He also calls out the Oracle of Omaha, the Fed and Bitcoin enthusiasts. Plus, why the educated investor needs to know about free cash flow this week.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
How should investors and savers be rebuilding their plans and portfolios to take advantage of the economic recovery that is expected later this year? Morningstar’s Christine Benz joins the show with strategies to adapt to the new reality. And it’s a big week for corporate earnings. We’ll tell you what to watch out for as 2021 picks up speed, and a flurry of new regulations comes out of the White House. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
2020 brought millions of new investors and traders into the market for the first time as extreme volatility and passion stocks lured stuck-at-home consumers into the fray. JJ Kinahan, Chief Strategist at TD Ameritrade joins the show to look at how much impact they really had on markets, and what they are buying and selling now. Plus, earnings season is about to start and companies have been pretty tight-lipped with their guidance. What you need to watch out for this season, and why "Melt Up", is our investing term of the week. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Breaking down the winners and losers from a historic year as we chart our path through the next stages of the recovery. We also look into the future of exchange traded funds and products with Dave Nadig, Director of Research for ETF Trends. All that, and the news educated investors need to know to start 2021, plus the most important investing term of the week. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Everything the educated investor needs to know to start their week, and how top financial advisors are guiding their clients into 2021 with Doug Boneparth of Bona Fide Wealth. Plus, the real reasons behind the Santa Claus rally, and whether you should still believe in it.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
As the first truckloads of Pfizer's vaccine hit the highways, investors are feeling high anxiety as markets touch new records. Ben Carlson from Ritholtz Wealth Management explains the paradox facing investors. Global pandemics and stock markets have a long history together, and Jamie Catherwood of O'Shaughnessey Asset Management shows us how the patterns of this crisis look awfully similar to health crises of the past. As central banks meet for the last time in 2020, quantitative easing is our term for educated investors to know this week. All that and more on this episode of The Investopedia Express with Caleb Silver. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Of all the "asset " classes, Bitcoin has had an unfathomable year, rising 160% and smashing all-time records along the way. We go behind the cryptocurrency's momentum with Michael Sonnenshein of Grayscale Investments to see who's buying Bitcoin, and what the future looks like. The unicorns have returned for winter as Doordash and AirBnB are set to make their public debuts at fantasy-level valuations. What investors need to know about the IPO party at the end of the year. And why Modern Monetary Theory is the term of the week, and what you need to know about it. All that and more on the Investopedia Express with Caleb Silver. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The business cycle is ramping up and most leading economic indicators show a recovery. ECRI's Lakshman Achuthan tells us what to look for next, and why the stock market's exuberance is to be expected. Low interest rates and a global debt binge have set the table for the feast of a century for private equity firms. Best-selling author and business journalist Bethany McLean joins the show to talk about how this could go very wrong. And why short-selling is the investing term educated investors need to know this week. All that and more on The Investopedia Express with Caleb Silver. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Investors have been piling into recovery stocks as more positive news from vaccine makers light the risk lamp, but the economic realities of the pandemic are creating more obstacles. Ellevest founder and CEO Sallie Krawcheck joins The Express to talk about the pandemic's unequal toll on women, and how to fix it before it's too late. Plus, what the educated investor needs to know about market breadth and moving averages to position properly for the weeks ahead. All that and more on this week's episode of The Investopedia Express with Caleb Silver. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Mohammad

Great podcast Caleb! Keep it up!👏👏

Oct 17th
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