Category: Money Talk Video

  • The Fed: What investors should know

    The Federal Reserve Board is the world’s most influential central bank, yet most investors know little about its mission or its tools. Dave Sandstrom explains in a MONEY TALK VIDEO with Kyle Tetting. […]

  • How investors can navigate bear markets

    In a MONEY TALK VIDEO, Steve Giles talks about how to handle occasional steep stock sell-offs. […]

  • Having the confidence to retire

    To have confidence to retire, have a plan, assess your resources and allocate them for both growth and short-term security, Art Rothschild advises in a MONEY TALK VIDEO. […]

  • Socially Responsible Investing

    A new report from the Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment shows socially conscious investment assets have grown 76% to more than $6.5 trillion since 2012. Such expansion has helped broaden options and lower costs for investors, making it easier to do well while doing good, as Kyle Tetting explains in a MONEY TALK VIDEO.…

  • Seeing how your equities are balanced

    A style box can help analyze how equities are balanced, as Kyle Tetting shows in a MONEY TALK VIDEO. […]

  • Correlation: How investment balance can shift

    Economic trends and other events can change relationships between investments, which is why investors need to monitor correlation, Kyle Tetting says in a MONEY TALK VIDEO. […]

  • Efficiently allocating assets

    The mix of stocks and bonds can make a significant difference in an investor’s risk-adjusted returns. That’s why it’s wise to focus on asset allocation, as Steve Giles shows in a MONEY TALK VIDEO. […]

  • Alpha: Putting investment return in the context of risk

    It is first in the Greek alphabet, but as an investment tool, alpha takes a back seat to beta for investors concerned about risk. Kyle Tetting explains in a MONEY TALK VIDEO. […]

  • Beta: Learning how risky an investment might be

    Kyle Tetting explains in a MONEY TALK VIDEO how investors can consider an investment’s potential risk compared to a benchmark. […]

  • Efficiently lining up reward and risk

    In seeking the optimal investment return at the level of risk they’re willing to take, investors can use the Efficient Frontier model, Steve Giles says, to help find an appropriate mix of assets to consider. MONEY TALK VIDEO