Recent gains in manufacturing are helping power the U.S. economy, with the area of the country once referred to as the rust belt now starting to take on a new shine. Dr. Julie Heath, director of The Economics Center at the University of Cincinnati, and investment advisor Chris DeSimio join us to discuss the manufacturing sector and how it is driving the current economy, and affecting the financial markets.
Whether saving and investing for a house, college or retirement, you need to know how to best make your money work for you. Madelynn Matlock, senior portfolio manager with Pioneer Investments, a global investment manager, and Investment Advisor Chris DeSimio discuss how to take control of your finances, with a look to emerging markets.
Two of the most common resolutions people make each year are to manage their money more wisely, and to finally start putting together an investment plan that will provide financing for future needs, from college tuition to retirement. But few ever keep those resolutions. We take a look at some common investment dos and don’ts, and discuss the right approach to investing in 2014.
Financial experts recommend you start saving for retirement as soon as you can afford it, ideally with your first paycheck. But few do, and many of us are into our fifties before we realize we need to get serious about saving and investing for what we hope will be our golden years. Foster and Motley Financial Planner David Foster and local Financial Advisor Christ DeSimio shed some light on investing for your retirement.
While historically the biggest drops in the stock market have taken place in the month of September, October seems to get the blame as the worst month for investing. But is there a best or worst time to put your money in the stock market? Investment Advisor and Writer William Bernstein joins Chris DeSimio and Mark Heyne for a look at the current investment numbers, along with some history and an overview of the markets.