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Ask Money Talk: Measuring risk with beta  

Listen to how Bob Landaas, Brian Kilb and Kyle Tetting responded to a Money Talk Podcast listener’s question about the effects of market volatility on beta, a statistical tool to measure the relative risk of an investment. […]



Ask Money Talk: The role of cash

A regular listener to the weekly Money Talk Podcast asks whether part of his retirement investments should include cash for trying to take advantage of buying opportunities during market downturns. Hear how Marc Amateis and Kyle Tetting responded. […]



Ask Money Talk: Inflation

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Google Play | RSS As an offshoot of our weekly podcasts – and to encourage your participation – we occasionally feature responses to listeners’ questions. Hear how Bob Landaas responded at the Sept. 29, 2015 client seminar to a question about why he is […]



Ask Money Talk: Green Investing

As an offshoot of our weekly podcasts – and to encourage participation – we occasionally feature responses to listeners’ questions. Listen to how Bob Landaas responded at the Sept. 16, 2015 client seminar to a question about investing in environmentally sensitive companies. […]



Ask Money Talk: Share Buybacks

We occasionally feature responses to questions submitted by Money Talk Podcast listeners. This time, a listener asks Bob Landaas about the effects of share repurchases on the earnings per share of that company’s stock. […]



Ask Money Talk: Diversification

A Money Talk Podcast listener asks about the practice of diversifying investments, often compared with the wisdom of not putting all of one’s eggs in one basket. This investor, however, tried to equate diversification to betting on race horses. The response, from Bob Landaas, includes a lesson in correlation theory. […]



Ask Money Talk: Unneeded distributions

A Money Talk Podcast listener wonders what to do with the retirement account money he is required to withdraw annually if he doesn’t need the funds immediately. Bob Landaas responds. […]



Ask Money Talk: Value investing

A frequent Money Talk Podcast listener asks whether, in a moderately growing U.S. economy, retired investors should lean more toward value stocks in their balanced portfolios rather than growth-oriented positions. Hear how Bob Landaas responds. […]



Ask Money Talk: Fed Tapering

As an offshoot of our weekly podcasts – and to encourage your participation – we occasionally feature responses to listeners’ questions. Here Bob Landaas responds to questions from a client named Fred. Fred wants to know about the effects on the stock market of the Federal Reserve’s bond-buying stimulus programs.



Ask Money Talk: Main Street vs. Wall Street

As an offshoot of our weekly podcasts – and to encourage your participation – we occasionally feature responses to listeners’ questions. Here Bob Landaas responds to a client’s question about incongruity between the U.S. economy and the stock market.



Ask Money Talk: Adjusting Strategy

As an offshoot of our weekly podcasts – and to encourage your participation – we occasionally feature responses to listeners’ questions. In an edited excerpt from a February 2013 podcast, Marc Amateis answers a question about what to do with portfolio balances following stock gains.



Ask Money Talk: Fear or Greed

A podcast listener asked Bob Landaas to respond to a commentary on a financial news website suggesting an “Epic Bear Market” is coming in 2013. On the podcast, Bob crumpled paper by his microphone and said, “That’s probably the most appropriate way to respond.” An edited transcript of the rest of his comments follows.




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