To begin, if you haven’t checked out the comically delightful talking animal videos, you must. I allude to them several times throughout the show—Nighttime…daytime!. Nighttime…daytime! Part time…full time!—and without the key context of knowing what...

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If you’re like most Americans, the last several years have not been kind to your coffers. Wages have stagnated, unemployment has remained stubbornly high, and economic growth has been anemic. Many individuals and families have...

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For the past several years, the greatest fear of policy-makers, investors, and bankers has been inflation. With the Federal Reserve’s unprecedented QE programs, and its massive printing of money to purchase debt, many worried whether...

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There is something unique about the American home. In no other country or culture is the home—a mere structure—imbued with such meaning as in America. We project our hopes and dreams onto it; we depend...

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Staying in the Basement: The Spending & Borrowing of the Millennials and the Slight Edge For a parent, the only thing worse than a grown child leaving home is a grown child not leaving home....

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If you’re reading this, great news: You’re wealthy! Or you’re on your way to being wealthy. At the very least, you have wealthy thinking versus poor thinking, a wealthy person’s temperament, which is the first...

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If everything you know about residential real estate comes from playing Monopoly, this week’s show is for you. As a game, Monopoly contains illustrative parallels with the real estate market, even though the game itself...

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If everything you know about residential real estate comes from playing Monopoly, this week’s show is for you. As a game, Monopoly contains illustrative parallels with the real estate market, even though the game itself...

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