This week’s Suze School is all about preferred stocks and what the difference is between them and common stocks.
On this episode, Suze starts out with a quick update about the Student Loan Repayment Program and then we dive right into Suze School for a lesson on the importance of dividend paying stocks - and why
On today’s Suze School, we get an update on the markets, what’s happening with how we are saving, and the current state of the economy. Plus, why you should not go beyond a 2 year treasury and an upd
This Suze School covers more about Series I Bonds, and since many people are still confused about Treasury bills, bonds and notes, we get a refresher.
On today’s episode, Suze talks about why our country's issues with China and Russia are among the factors contributing to inflation, and why a recession may be on the horizon.
When you open your second quarter investment statements it is not going to be a pretty picture.
Suze starts this episode with an update on what’s happening with oil stocks, BitCoin, gold, inflation and tech stocks.
Right now, nothing is normal in the economy. Suze explains what’s happening with oil and energy stocks, real estate and Bitcoin, so you can keep your money safe and secure.
On today’s podcast Ask Suze & KT Anything, Suze answers questions about dividend paying stocks, student loans, what cost basis means, inheritance, store credit cards and so much more!
For this Suze School, Suze details the current economic conditions and explains why it is so important for us to buckle down and save more so we can weather the coming financial storms to be safe, str
Suze is back and after a brief update on her health, she weighs in on everything happening in the world right now and how it impacts your money. Are you in a “financial” hospital?
Are you doing the right things to protect your home? Are you taking disastrous short-cuts if you want to leave your home to your children? Today's Suze School will absolutely set you straight.
On this podcast of Ask KT & Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from listeners about; retirement accounts, saving for a new home, managing investments, caring for special needs relatives and more.
On this podcast of Ask KT & Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from listeners Sarah, Susan, Jenny, Marcia, Cindy, Albert and Diane, selected and read by KT. Plus, a Quizzie from Melissa.
On this podcast, we go to Suze School for a lesson on how to invest in the stock market, as well as bonds in this current economic environment. Plus, an extra reminder about paying off debt.
Suze is back and takes us to Suze School. Learn what’s happening with the market, stocks you might want to buy when the time is right. crypto and an economic lesson.
In this episode, Suze tells us a cautionary tale about a recent market watching experience she had and how it was the wrong thing to do.
On this podcast of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Corrine, Pam, Sissy, Dom, Claudia, Sharon, Monique and more selected and read by KT.
On this podcast, we go to Suze School for a lesson about the rise of crypto currencies, inflation, student loan forgiveness and what you need to know now about the proposed new tax bill.
It’s another great Suze School, this time on the important details we need to know about investing in crypto currencies inside of our retirement accounts.
Suze tells us some of the things that have been on her mind of late, including: supply issues driving up costs, the debt ceiling and how it affects you, inflation and investing in crypto currencies.
On this podcast, Suze shares some lessons on why we should not make emotional financial decisions. Then, Suze walks us through investing in crypto and planning your retirement.
On this podcast of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Simone, Susan, Estelle, Sean, Mary, Nick, Tonya, Terri and Rita selected and read by KT.
If you have left your retirement investments untouched for the past year you may be taking too much risk, given the tremendous gains in the U.S. stock market over the past year.
In this episode, Suze talks about an email she received from a listener who was convinced to invest in an insurance policy.
On this podcast of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Nathan, Chris, Diana, Laura, William, Cheryl and more selected, read by KT. Plus, a quizzie for KT.
Today, we go to Suze School and learn about the dangers of getting a tax refund and what’s going on with BitCoin. Plus, the latest on the Stock Market and a lesson on why Series I Bonds are great.
The collision of commission-free stock trading on smartphone apps with a lot of bored people stuck at home during the pandemic has me worried.
On this podcast edition of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Victoria, Monica, Diana, Jen, Jorge, Melissa & Jen, and Marybeth selected and read by KT.
Suze switches things up this podcast and gives us an update on the stimulus checks and what you need to do. Plus, what’s going on with the stock market and BitCoin.
On this podcast, we get an update from Suze on the latest with GameStop and then we go to “Suze School” about investing in Bitcoin.
On this podcast, Suze takes us to “Suze School” on what happened in the Stock Market last week, with respect to GameStop and Robinhood. We also get lessons in investing in BitCoin and what’s going.
On this podcast, Suze gives us her 2021 financial predictions, focusing on the Stock Market and real estate.
On this special Thanksgiving edition of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze turns the tables and asks KT (and us) six questions about the Dow Jones Index.
On this podcast, Suze reflects on the life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and how our world has turned upside down. What can we do to make sure we’re strong emotionally and financially?
On this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, Suze shakes things up a bit. Many of your recent questions revolve around the stock market. Today is a little Suze School on what’s going on with the market.
On this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, Suze gives us a quick update on the economy and the stock market. Then, she answers questions from Women & Money listeners June, Sally, James, Sissy, and more.
In this podcast of Ask Suze Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Jessica, Mini, Joan, Gloria, Virginia, and Asuun.
In today’s podcast, Suze explains what happened with the stock market this past week and why it’s still so important to stay calm.
One of the reasons I was eager to write The Ultimate Retirement Guide for 50+ is because today’s retirement is so very challenging.
It’s been more than a decade since the U.S. economy fell into a recession. That’s a long time ago. But I know for many of you, far from forgotten, as the Great Recession that lasted from late 2007 to
There’s a wonderful fight going on that will make winners of investors who are paying attention.
I have said this over and over again, but I really think it bears repeating. When the stock market goes down we all get scared. But, as soon as it goes up for a day or two, we want to believe and...
Well, after more than 10 years of a very strong bull market, I can’t say I am surprised at the recent decline in stocks. I understand it can be unsettling. And you may be thinking you need to...
When was the last time you checked that your investments still reflected your long-term investment strategy?
When stocks fall at least 20 percent it signals a bear market. One of the best investment tips I can offer you is to root for a bear market for stocks.
A recent poll reported that investor confidence is at the highest level since 2000, and nearly 70% of investors are optimistic about the stock market’s performance for next year.
If you have been invested in U.S. stocks the past few years you have no doubt made some serious money. The U.S. markets are up more than 300% since this bull market began in 2009. But I want you to understand that great returns are in no way a guarantee going forward. Yes, stocks are always the smart investment if you are a long-term investor, but I hope you realize that over the next 10 years we might not see such robust U.S. stocks returns, simply because they have had such an incredible run.
It’s been a great stretch for investors. Stocks have gained more than 250% in the bull market that stretches all the way back to 2009. I am always a big believer that dollar cost averaging-investing on a regular basis-is a great strategy for long-term investors. So don’t take what I am about to say as a reason to give up on stocks: Returns over the next seven to 10 years probably won’t be as good as what we’ve had the past seven years.
I am on the record that only couples in great financial shape should spend money on an expensive/large wedding. But for those of you who are just going to plow ahead despite shaky finances, please at least make the most of my money-saving wedding tips.
We’re heading into the dangerous money season. With the holidays quickly approaching it’s that annual time of year when the goodness of your heart can lead to very bad results: You overspend on gifts, dining out, or nights out on the town.