Charlie talks with Investment Advisor Larry Swedroe about how the sequester cuts affected the stock market.
Charlie talks with retired Pro-Hockey Professional Derek Sanderson; with Pulitzer Prize-Winner Dave Barry; and with Buckingham Asset Mgmt.’s Larry Swedroe
Charlie talks with David Wessel about the fed budget/spending, with John Gresham about Plum Island, and with Larry Swedroe about mutual funds, ETF’s and our nat’l debt.
Charlie plays his interview with KMOX News Reporter Kevin Killeen, author of “Never Hug a Nun”; and talks with Investment Advisor Larry Swedroe of Buckingham Asset Management about fiscal cliff posturing.
Charlie and Debbie talk about election results with Eleanor Clift, Pam Coulter, Jim Krasula, Dr. Ken Warren, and many others. Also, Larry Swedroe of Buckingham Asset Mgmt. explains how the election results affects the stock market.
Charlie talks with StL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; with Investment Advisor Larry Swedroe; and hosts a pro/con on Missouri’s Prop. A, increasing the cigarette tax.
Charlie talks with Garden Hotline Host Mike Miller about whether to mow grass during the hot temperatures; with Dr. James Brasfield and Mo.Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder about whether states should expand Medicaid; with Larry Swedroe about who’s going to get the 3.8% tax; and with Pet-A-Palooze Chrperson. Brandi Reichert.
Charlie talks with Historian Douglas Brinkley about his new book, “Cronkite” (booksigning tonight at Maryville University Auditorium, 7:00 PM0; and with Larry Swedroe of Buckingham Asset Management about “Facebook: Why most IPO investgors strike out”.
Funding for health services for the blind is among the big-ticket items for negotiators assigned to work on the $24 billion Fiscal 2013 state budget.
Charlie asks, “where was Al Sharpton when urban teens turned violent in the Delmar Loop and shot two youths?”; plus Charlie talks with Larry Swedroe of Buckingham Asset Management about why investors are their own worst enemy, and with David Ziolkowski of HOK in St. Louis about “Light It Up Blue” at St. Francis Xavier Church on April 2 to help shine a light on World Autism Awareness Day.