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Know Thy Stocks

This week Daniel and Quint take time to break down some key stocks and how important it is to understand what's under the hood!

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Quint and Daniel bring in real estate expert Kelly Karls and trader Frank Zorilla to talk all things stocks and housing. 

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Keeping It Simple

Quint and Daniel give an update on the market as a whole and discuss some stocks that are on the move!

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Investing With A Plan

Quint and Daniel look at the impact of world events on the market and the investment management world.  How does that impact people at any age as they invest and plan for retirement whether it is around the corner or many years ahead - Listen and find out!

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Listen to the incredible story of business owner, Mamadou "Sav" Savane of Guinea West Africa.  He shares his experience of becoming an entrepreneur and what it takes to run a small business on The University of Kentucky's campus.

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Quint looks at the current market as it adjusts to the Trump presidancy and what to look at and consider moving forward.

 

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The markets are on edge as all eyes watch to see if Trump can pull off his first magic trick. 

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This week Daniel and Quint welcome a few guests to help breakdown some critical financial news. The FOMC raise rates and Bill Ackman loses over three billion dollars in Valient Pharmaceuticals. Stocks on the Move and Trade School!

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Quint and Daniel are back in action this week talking the Tape and all the action that's been happening. Trump speech, Buffett's buys and the FOMC. 

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If Kentucky had a 30 under 30, Quint Pottinger would be #1. No, that’s not a typo, there is actually another Quint out there and he happens to be the 28-year-old owner of Affinity Farms outside of Bardstown Kentucky. Nothing has come easy to this 8th generation farmer who started leasing land from his Aunt at the age of 15. Now one of Kentucky’s largest Soy and Corn farmers, Pottinger’s goods are shipped as far away as Columbia or may even be found in your next glass of Makers Mark. Take every image you have of the typical farmer and throw it out the window, this young-man is reinventing a craft that built this country and I’m proud to call him a friend. Don’t miss this week’s show!

 

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