Category Archives: Investments


Assessing Fees; 2/5/2019 WSPD

Tuesday morning Dock recaps the market activity from Monday, mutual fund fees and more.

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The Super Bowl Indicator; 2/4/2019 WSPD

Monday morning Dock gives us his quote of the week, talks about making financial plans, Friday’s jobs numbers, monetary policies from previous administrations, conflicting economic data, the Super Bowl Indicator and more.

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PG&E Files for Bankruptcy, Dynagas Cuts Dividend; 1/29/2019 WSPD

Tuesday morning Dock and Fred talk about The Dow’s drop on Monday, PG&E filing for bankruptcy, earnings season, a case study on Dynagas and much more.

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Elizabeth Warren’s Wealth Tax; 1/25/2019 WSPD

Friday morning Dock comments on global economic growth, the impacts of tariffs on global trade, a speech in Davos about passive investing, Elizabeth Warren’s proposed wealth tax and much more.

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Ray Dalio’s Take on the Economy; 1/14/2019 WSPD

On Monday Dock and Fred talk about Ray Dalio’s comments on the economy, PG&E filing for bankruptcy, Vanguard adjusting their brokerage platform and more.

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Stocks Start Week Out Strong; 1/9/2019 WSPD

This week on Good News Wednesday Dock and Fred talk about a strong weekly start for the stock market, job openings and much more.

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Half of S&P500 in Bear Market Territory; 12/18/2018 WSPD

Dock comments on a bad start to the week for stocks, the New York manufacturing index, the housing market and bad signs for the S&P 500.

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GE and GM’s Corporate Stock Buybacks; 11/30/2018 WSPD

On Friday Dock comments on the G20 Summit, the pending Brexit deal, GE and GM corporate buybacks and much more.

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Dow Struggles Over Thanksgiving Holiday; 11/26/2018 WSPD

Monday morning Dock talks about the Dow’s poor Thanksgiving week, stocks reflecting holiday sales, pot stocks, Ohio agreeing to accept Bitcoin for tax payments, stocks on the NYSE and more.

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Monday’s Market Carnage; 11/13/2018 WSPD

Tuesday morning Dock comments on Monday’s market carnage, the latest decline in oil prices, job growth and much more.

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