The Financial Exchange Show

The Financial Exchange Show

A talk radio show that provides comprehensive analysis on the economy and the latest breaking business news, while also providing insight on the markets and its impact on your personal finances and portfolio.


October 5, 2022 40 min
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October 5, 2022 16 min
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(5:15) - The guys open hour two talking about how the strength of the dollar can greatly impact companies doing business overseas.

(11:49) - Jacob Sodenshine of Barron's called into the show to discuss the mixed signals of the current economy and whether or not there's a lot of downside left in markets.

(23:26) - Touching on how the U.S. is aiming to further restrict high-tech semiconductor exports to China.

(35:35) - Stack ro...
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(1:38) - Mike and Paul begin Tuesday's show with a recap of Monday's strong rally, in which the Nasdaq and S&P had their best first days of a quarter since 2009.

(12:34) - Discussing how a survey of global CEO's revealed that many are predicting a "mild and short" recession in the next 12 months.

(23:02) - Touching on the JOLTS report for August, which showed a 10% in job openings in the latest sign that the j...
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(5:08) - Chuck and Mike kickoff hour two with a conversation about Tesla, which delivered a record number of vehicles in Q3 but still fell short of expectations.

(13:55) - The guys talk about how discounts at supermarkets are now harder to come by as food prices continue to rise.

(22:10) - Stephanie Smith, Executive Director of the America's Credit Union Museum, joined the show to talk about the museum's mission and the ongoi...
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(1:30) - The week begins with analysis of what we've seen across equity and bond markets in 2022.

(13:40) - Steve Goldstein, EU Bureau Chief for Marketwatch, joined the show for an in-depth look at the economy across Europe.

(24:09) - Touching on how Kim Kardashian settled with the SEC for over $1 million due to not disclosing that she had been paid $250k to promote cryptocurrency.

(36:32) - Discussing how the car market is faring...
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Dr. Hunter Threadgill from Simply Business joined the show to talk about the company's survey of small businesses.
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(4:10) - The guys start the hour with a conversation about Apple, which lost 5% (or $120B) in their market cap on Wednesday.

(14:25) - Dr. Hunter Threadgill from Simply Business joined the show to talk about the company's survey of small businesses.

(22:23) - Touching on Mexico's plans to build a $5 billion LNG plant on the Veracruz port.

(34:49) - Paul LaMonica of CNNBusiness called into the show to discuss Beyond Meat's ...
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(2:28) - Chuck and Mike begin the week's final show reviewing the consumer spending, personal income, and PCE data for August.

(15:16) - Talking about what to expect from consumers during the upcoming holiday shopping season.

(23:38) - Discussing Mark Zuckerberg's decision to freeze hiring at Meta as the company continues to struggle with growth.

(35:24) - Todd Lutsky of Cushing & Dolan called into the show for a final rem...
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Mike Simonsen from Altos Research called into the show for an in-depth look around the housing market.
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(2:06) - Starting hour two with a conversation about the United Kingdom and the economic issues piling up for the country.

(12:52) - Mike Simonsen from Altos Research called into the show for an in-depth look around the housing market.

(22:02) - Discussing how Jay Powell and the Fed may be looking for asset prices to come down in order to disrupt spending power for the wealthy.

(36:07) - Stack roulette.
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(1:39) - Chuck and Mike open the show discussing the economic fallout that will come as a result of Hurricane Ian's destruction in Florida.

(13:44) - Talking about a tone deaf article from the Washington Post that described seven supposed ways a recession could be beneficial financially.

(24:12) - Examining what policies and economic actions could have an actual meaningful impact in the fight against inflation.

(36:41) - Touching ...
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September 28, 2022 16 min
On "Ask Todd" today, Todd Lutsky of Cushing & Dolan explained the best ways for people to protect assets from long-term care while keeping in mind estate taxes. Todd elaborated on the best way to navigate estate planning when there's a lot of uncertainty, as well as which type of trust might be best for a balanced estate plan. He also took calls from listeners and previewed C&D's guide for September, "Ba...
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(2:36) - Beginning hour two with a conversation about St. Louis Fed Chief James Bullard, who is defending the Fed's credibility and pushing for more rate hikes.

(16:08) - Touching on Apple's decision to cancel the planned production boost for the new iPhone due to lack of demand.

(23:47) - The guys discuss how LeBron James and other NBA stars are planning to buy a pickle ball team in the professional pickle ball league.

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(1:12) - Chuck and Paul kickoff the show talking about the Bank of England's decision to buy bonds in order to stabilize markets.

(15:09) - Discussing how the 10-year treasury briefly touched 4% overnight for the first time in 14 years.

(23:42) - Estate planning attorney Todd Lutsky of Cushing & Dolan joined the show for another edition of "Ask Todd".
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(5:44) - Mike and Paul begin the second hour touching on President Biden's student loan forgiveness plan, which reportedly will cost $400 billion.

(13:47) - Discussing the nationwide teacher and staff shortages that countless schools are enduring.

(28:15) - Talking about how lumber prices have fallen to pre-pandemic levels after surging throughout last year.

(35:47) - Stack roulette.
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(1:00) - The show opens with a discussion about current markets, and how an unwanted recession may be necessary in order to effectively combat inflation.

(11:14) - Covering durable goods orders for August, which decreased by 0.2% for the month as they continue to fall.

(25:29) - Talking about China, whose growth has fallen behind the rest of Asia for the first time since 1990.

(33:09) - A conversation about remote work and how it drov...
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(1:50) - The guys start the second hour talking about the UK's questionable way of dealing with high inflation.

(13:32) - A discussion about the U.S. beginning to have a shortage of land for housing development.

(28:08) - Touching on a report that consumers are still paying more money for healthier food options despite rising food costs.

(32:17) - Stack roulette.
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(4:29) - After a week of heavy losses for stocks, Chuck and Mike opened the show discussing the "buy the dip" investment strategy.

(14:29) - Talking about how manufacturing jobs are booming at levels not seen since the 1970's.

(23:06) - A conversation about how many people from Generation Z feel that the 9 to 5 work life is not for them.

(36:41) - Weighing in on Toyota's response to critics of their major push for elec...
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