Category Archives: Finances


Federal Minimum Wage; 8/12/19 WSPD

Monday morning Dock and Fred discuss the federal minimum wage and deceiving economic indicators.

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Stocks Recover Early Losses Wednesday in Wild Trading Session; 8/8/2019 WSPD

Thursday morning Dock and Fred discuss the crazy turnaround in the stock market yesterday, consumers paying down credit card debt, student debt, China’s US Treasury debt holdings and much more.

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Amazon Bringing 2500 Jobs to Rossford, OH; 7/23/2019 WSPD

On Tuesday Dock talks about Amazon coming to Rossford, OH, the budget bill and planning your estate.

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Trade Tensions Rise; 5/13/2019 WSPD

Dock gives us his Monday quote of the week, comments on the trade tensions with China, how they impact import/export numbers, the yield curve, Bitcoin and more.

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Women Entering the Blue Collar Workforce; 4/30/2019 WSPD

Tuesday morning Dock and Fred talk about the Dow’s lackluster day, equity indexes flattening out, indicators that the economy may be slowing, personal savings in the US, “democratic capitalism” and more.

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Q1 GDP Report; 4/29/2019 WSPD

Monday morning Dock and Fred talk about Dock’s quote of the week, the GDP report and much more.

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Fed Backs Down on Rate Hikes; 3/21/2019 WSPD

Thursday morning Dock comments on the FOMC meeting minutes, mortgage rates, Toledo’s position in the US economy as a manufacturing center, Toledo Express Airport, Ford and more.

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Poll Shows Strong US Economy; 3/19/2019 WSPD

Tuesday morning Dock and Fred talk about, a recent poll about the US economy, a switch up at Fox News, politics in the state of Ohio and what to watch for today.

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What Inflation Means For An Economy; 2/1/2019 WSPD

On Friday Dock talks about the unemployment numbers, new home sales, the effects of inflation and much more.

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Fed Holds Off on Rate Hike in January; 1/31/2019 WSPD

Thursday morning Dock talks about the Fed holding off on a January rate hike, and the markets responded. In addition, January saw new jobs come in, but the economy slipped up in December.

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