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Money Matters with Wes Moss

Wes Moss

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Money Matters with Wes Moss

Money Matters with Wes Moss

Wes Moss

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Wes Moss, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ answers questions from listeners and discusses the latest money news on this live call-in show which has been on the air since 1992. In each episode, Wes covers topics related to investing, retirement, pensions, insurance, and economics. Author of You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think, Wes is focused on helping people retire sooner and happier. For more information visit WesMoss.com.

Latest Episodes

Happier Marriages in Retirement with Dr. David Woodsfellow

Today we are joined by Dr. David Woodsfellow, a clinical psychologist, to discuss the keys to maintaining a healthy marriage in retirement. Dr. Woodsfellow is the real deal - Harvard, UC Santa Barbara, and UCLA educated - and runs the Woodsfellow Institute for Couples in Atlanta. He shares some suggestions for couples approaching retirement together, the financial habits of happy couples, strategies for better, more open communication in marriage, and more.

62 min2 d ago
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Happier Marriages in Retirement with Dr. David Woodsfellow

What We Got Wrong About Sweden’s COVID Approach; Confessions of a Day Trader

This episode of MM discuss a WSJ article that proposes “new thinking on lockdowns“ which happens to be very antiquated thinking. When it comes to threading the needle between economic damage and a health crisis, Sweden’s approach has worked extremely well and has been gravely misunderstood. Wes also discusses a study on day trading that shows that 80% of traders lose money over time.

64 min6 d ago
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What We Got Wrong About Sweden’s COVID Approach; Confessions of a Day Trader

The Vanderbilt Fortune - The Largest Wealth Squander of All Time & the Impact of Political Parties for Investors

This episode of MM discusses the relationship between family and generational wealth using an example from the Vanderbilt family. Wes also discusses how taxes are shaping this election, how elections impact markets, and the historic spike of young adults living with their parents. And...recent testimony from Jeff Bezos who describes the prosperity elixir that we are so fortunate to have here in the United States.

73 min1 w ago
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The Vanderbilt Fortune - The Largest Wealth Squander of All Time & the Impact of Political Parties for Investors

105 and Never Retire: Longevity Advice from the late Centenarian Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara

This episode of MM discusses a variety of topics from the quest for a vaccine, to the stock market’s technology top-heaviness, all the way to advice from the late Japanese doctor who lived and worked until he was 105 years old. Caller questions include when to take a lump sum vs. a monthly pension payout.

65 min2 w ago
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105 and Never Retire: Longevity Advice from the late Centenarian Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara

A Conversation With Fidelity - How Investors Have Adapted To Change During The COVID Economy

Wes Moss is joined today by Fidelity branch leaders, Ryan Seward and Kelly Keith, to give insight into investor sentiment during the COVID economy, how it felt to watch the market drop and the world come to a standstill this past spring, common misconceptions new investors and retirees have, and more.

39 min3 w ago
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A Conversation With Fidelity - How Investors Have Adapted To Change During The COVID Economy

While Apple hits $2 trillion, 60% of S&P 500 stocks still with losses (In Feb-Aug period)

This episode of MM discusses the gargantuan size of Apple, and Apple’s pending stock split. Wes also discusses details behind Joe Biden‘s tax proposal (max rates) relative to the Trump administration’s current max rates. Also, perspective on the extreme acceleration of e-commerce during the COVID economy.

63 min3 w ago
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While Apple hits $2 trillion, 60% of S&P 500 stocks still with losses (In Feb-Aug period)

Beyond COVID, the 2020 Election Shaping Up To Be About TAXES

Headed towards Nov. 3rd, potential changes to taxation and tax rates in the US will gain more and more focus. This episode of MM discusses the dramatic differences between current tax rates and proposed tax rates by Joe Biden. Also, Wes discusses an update from Operation Warp Speed and the potential for 300M vaccine doses to be available as early as January.

64 minAUG 16
Comments
Beyond COVID, the 2020 Election Shaping Up To Be About TAXES

Stimulus by Executive Order; A New Twist on the Journey toward Herd Immunity, and Top Heavy Markets

This episode of MM discusses the continuation of the largest five S&P 500 stocks driving the bus, while the other 495 are just along for the ride. Wes also discusses a new study that suggests herd immunity from COVID in the United States might be closer than we originally expected. Hour 2 discusses the four brand new executive orders signed by President Trump to help stimulate the economy.

64 minAUG 9
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Stimulus by Executive Order; A New Twist on the Journey toward Herd Immunity, and Top Heavy Markets

The Good, the Bad, and the Prayer - Unprecedented problems call for unprecedented solutions

This episode of MM discusses where we are in the fight against COVID-19, both economically, and from a healthcare perspective. Wes also discusses a new “shape“ for economic recovery. Multiple caller questions include when to buy a tiny house, and how to pay for a new driveway!

67 minAUG 2
Comments
The Good, the Bad, and the Prayer - Unprecedented problems call for unprecedented solutions

Vaccine Economics; Election Watch 2020

This episode of MM discusses where we are in the COVID economy, and the progress we are seeing from the healthcare industry on the vaccine front. What would happen if we actually have an approved vaccine this year? Wes also discusses what Republican vs. Democratic stock baskets are telling us about the upcoming election. Multiple caller questions answered about borrowing for housing, starting a new Roth IRA, and finding dividend stocks.

67 minJUL 26
Comments
Vaccine Economics; Election Watch 2020

Latest Episodes

Happier Marriages in Retirement with Dr. David Woodsfellow

Today we are joined by Dr. David Woodsfellow, a clinical psychologist, to discuss the keys to maintaining a healthy marriage in retirement. Dr. Woodsfellow is the real deal - Harvard, UC Santa Barbara, and UCLA educated - and runs the Woodsfellow Institute for Couples in Atlanta. He shares some suggestions for couples approaching retirement together, the financial habits of happy couples, strategies for better, more open communication in marriage, and more.

62 min2 d ago
Comments
Happier Marriages in Retirement with Dr. David Woodsfellow

What We Got Wrong About Sweden’s COVID Approach; Confessions of a Day Trader

This episode of MM discuss a WSJ article that proposes “new thinking on lockdowns“ which happens to be very antiquated thinking. When it comes to threading the needle between economic damage and a health crisis, Sweden’s approach has worked extremely well and has been gravely misunderstood. Wes also discusses a study on day trading that shows that 80% of traders lose money over time.

64 min6 d ago
Comments
What We Got Wrong About Sweden’s COVID Approach; Confessions of a Day Trader

The Vanderbilt Fortune - The Largest Wealth Squander of All Time & the Impact of Political Parties for Investors

This episode of MM discusses the relationship between family and generational wealth using an example from the Vanderbilt family. Wes also discusses how taxes are shaping this election, how elections impact markets, and the historic spike of young adults living with their parents. And...recent testimony from Jeff Bezos who describes the prosperity elixir that we are so fortunate to have here in the United States.

73 min1 w ago
Comments
The Vanderbilt Fortune - The Largest Wealth Squander of All Time & the Impact of Political Parties for Investors

105 and Never Retire: Longevity Advice from the late Centenarian Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara

This episode of MM discusses a variety of topics from the quest for a vaccine, to the stock market’s technology top-heaviness, all the way to advice from the late Japanese doctor who lived and worked until he was 105 years old. Caller questions include when to take a lump sum vs. a monthly pension payout.

65 min2 w ago
Comments
105 and Never Retire: Longevity Advice from the late Centenarian Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara

A Conversation With Fidelity - How Investors Have Adapted To Change During The COVID Economy

Wes Moss is joined today by Fidelity branch leaders, Ryan Seward and Kelly Keith, to give insight into investor sentiment during the COVID economy, how it felt to watch the market drop and the world come to a standstill this past spring, common misconceptions new investors and retirees have, and more.

39 min3 w ago
Comments
A Conversation With Fidelity - How Investors Have Adapted To Change During The COVID Economy

While Apple hits $2 trillion, 60% of S&P 500 stocks still with losses (In Feb-Aug period)

This episode of MM discusses the gargantuan size of Apple, and Apple’s pending stock split. Wes also discusses details behind Joe Biden‘s tax proposal (max rates) relative to the Trump administration’s current max rates. Also, perspective on the extreme acceleration of e-commerce during the COVID economy.

63 min3 w ago
Comments
While Apple hits $2 trillion, 60% of S&P 500 stocks still with losses (In Feb-Aug period)

Beyond COVID, the 2020 Election Shaping Up To Be About TAXES

Headed towards Nov. 3rd, potential changes to taxation and tax rates in the US will gain more and more focus. This episode of MM discusses the dramatic differences between current tax rates and proposed tax rates by Joe Biden. Also, Wes discusses an update from Operation Warp Speed and the potential for 300M vaccine doses to be available as early as January.

64 minAUG 16
Comments
Beyond COVID, the 2020 Election Shaping Up To Be About TAXES

Stimulus by Executive Order; A New Twist on the Journey toward Herd Immunity, and Top Heavy Markets

This episode of MM discusses the continuation of the largest five S&P 500 stocks driving the bus, while the other 495 are just along for the ride. Wes also discusses a new study that suggests herd immunity from COVID in the United States might be closer than we originally expected. Hour 2 discusses the four brand new executive orders signed by President Trump to help stimulate the economy.

64 minAUG 9
Comments
Stimulus by Executive Order; A New Twist on the Journey toward Herd Immunity, and Top Heavy Markets

The Good, the Bad, and the Prayer - Unprecedented problems call for unprecedented solutions

This episode of MM discusses where we are in the fight against COVID-19, both economically, and from a healthcare perspective. Wes also discusses a new “shape“ for economic recovery. Multiple caller questions include when to buy a tiny house, and how to pay for a new driveway!

67 minAUG 2
Comments
The Good, the Bad, and the Prayer - Unprecedented problems call for unprecedented solutions

Vaccine Economics; Election Watch 2020

This episode of MM discusses where we are in the COVID economy, and the progress we are seeing from the healthcare industry on the vaccine front. What would happen if we actually have an approved vaccine this year? Wes also discusses what Republican vs. Democratic stock baskets are telling us about the upcoming election. Multiple caller questions answered about borrowing for housing, starting a new Roth IRA, and finding dividend stocks.

67 minJUL 26
Comments
Vaccine Economics; Election Watch 2020
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