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Money Talk Quiz, November 2021

MT Quiz

Besides guiding clients in individual conversations, Landaas & Company advisors offer more general investment insights through articles on the Money Talk page and discussions during the weekly Money Talk Podcast. Test your knowledge from recent podcasts by answering the questions below.

1.

“Just because you haven’t had one in a while doesn’t necessarily mean one’s about to occur.”

Dave Sandstrom made that statement in the Oct. 8 Money Talk Podcast referring to what?

  1. An IRS audit of your individual income taxes
  2. Special dividends from a stock
  3. A sell-off in the stock market
  4. A taxable capital gain

(See correct answer below.)

2.

“People just have to be cautious, and when it comes to investments, you have to have a strategy, you have to have an endgame, and you have to have a price target. And if you don’t have those things with a certain security, then it’s probably not something you should be investing in.”

What was Paige Radke discussing when she offered that advice in the Oct. 1 Money Talk Podcast?

  1. Chinese VIEs (variable-interest entities)
  2. NFTs (non-fungible tokens)
  3. ETFs (exchange-traded funds)
  4. Cryptocurrencies

(See correct answer below.)

3.

“Don’t base your market decisions on what the market does in one day, one week or even one month. It’s years and decades.”

Steve Giles made that remark in the Oct. 15 Money Talk Podcast, prompted by what development?

  1. A near-record one-day gain for the Dow Jones Industrial Average
  2. A one-month decline in broad stock market indexes
  3. A one-week surge in the yield of the 10-year Treasury
  4. A one-week slump in the Nasdaq index

(See correct answer below.)

4.

“The higher rates go, the less you’re willing to pay today because the alternatives look a little more attractive.”

Kyle Tetting mentioned that in the Oct. 8 Money Talk Podcast to help explain the effect of higher interest rates on what?

  1. Prices for growth stocks
  2. Home buying
  3. The market value for gold
  4. Demand for overseas stocks

(See correct answer below.)

Answers

1.

c) A sell-off in the stock market

Learn more
Lessons from the quick sell-off of 2020, by Kyle Tetting
Keeping balance in unnerving times, by Bob Landaas
Corrections: A normal part of investing, a Money Talk Video with Marc Amateis
The importance of humility in investing, a Money Talk Video with Art Rothschild

2.

d) Cryptocurrencies

Learn more
Thinking about buying the latest new cryptocurrency or token? from Investor.gov
Investment risk, explained, from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority
Talking Money: Investing in ETFs, a Money Talk Video with Dave Sandstrom

3.

b) A one-month decline in broad stock market indexes

Learn more
Stocks: Long-term, consistent returns, a Money Talk Video with Dave Sandstrom
Support for stocks, beyond the calendar, by Kyle Tetting
Stocks offset fears of inflation over time, by Joel Dresang

4.

a) Prices for growth stocks

Learn more
Valuations: What stocks are worth, a Money Talk Video with Brian Kilb
Value & Growth: Going deeper, a Money Talk Video with Marc Amateis & Brian Kilb
Stock concerns as interest rates rise, a Money Talk Video with Kyle Tetting

Previous Money Talk Quizzes
Money Talk Quiz, September 2021
Money Talk Quiz, August 2021
Money Talk Quiz, July 2021
Money Talk Quiz, June 2021
Money Talk Quiz, May 2021
Money Talk Quiz, April 2021
(initially posted October 29, 2021)

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