After an interesting week in the market, Steve and Adam discuss different vehicles to invest and why investing is so different today. Two trivia questions make for some interesting conversation and we learn a little bit to make us proud of Jacksonville.
Steve and Adam are live and in color. Adam reviews the newest in the market. Steve debunks a myth or two. Social Security is an ever looming concern especially with the current political environment.
Steve and Adam review the conflicting news on the jobs report. Both of the trivia questions are related to taxes. Steve discusses the current race to see which of the Democratic political candidates can offer the highest taxes on the wealthy.
Steve and Adam discuss what is going on with the market and why it is reacting the way it is to the crazy news out of DC. They discuss how to price an IPO and the trivia question raises questions about what to pay in taxes.
Steve and Adam go back and fourth on the state of the market. Steve's trivia brings some light to education in the United States and Adam has a story about interest that may make you a little irritated with financial institutions.
Steve and Adam review the jobs report and discuss the possibility of a recession. Steve goes over some Social Security changes and gives a glimmer of hope towards the millennial population.
Steve and Adam talk about the jobs report and how to read it, what to look for, and why we should be optimistic. Adam discusses market timing and whether it's effective in the long run, and Steve talks trade deals.
Steve and Adam are braving the storm to bring you their thoughts on the week, some crazy news, and why everyone is jumping to treasuries, gold, and silver. The role of a good financial planner is always a relevant topic, and Steve and Adam give an example to prove it.
Trump's tweetstorm on Friday tanked what would have been a good week in the market. Steve and Adam discuss Trump's trade policy and try to determine when the madness might end.
Steve and Adam review the wild week, or chaos part 2 as Steve designates it. The trivia question stumps listeners and Steve announces a 'convenient' new acronym designed for retirees.
Steve and Adam talk about the current economic climate, college essentials, and market performance. The trivia question is answered and some interesting discussions come up.
Steve and Adam are back this week with a lot of calls and a lot of advice. The trivia question doesn't paint the financial industry in the best light, but the Van Wie's are working to change that perception.
Steve and Adam have a busy show this week. The trivia question brings in a lot of calls along with questions about retirement and college savings. Tune in to this very relatable episode of The Van Wie Financial Hour.
Steve and Adam are joined by Craig Beechler. As always Adam goes over the market wrap and Steve announces the trivia question for the week. Craig goes over what he looks for in a startup and why he chooses to invest in new companies.
Steve and Adam are in a good mood this week. Listen in and it's easy to see why. Steve talks about things he feels every parent should know.
Steve and Adam look at the recent economic indicators, go over the failing Social Security system, and talk about how they think the government may be able to get back on the right track with it all.
Steve and Adam go over some new proposal's, their pros and cons, and how they would really work if they were to be put in place. How much does the government spend? Steve puts it in perspective with this weeks trivia question.
Steve and Adam discuss the market and how it's reacting to current events. Tune in to hear why the boys aren't overly worried.
Steve and Adam talk about the recession enthusiasts. They discuss the economic indicators to determine if a recession is imminent or if the "spectators" are just trying to stir something up.
Steve and Adam are back for another week of call in questions. Retirement is on Steve's mind and Adam is right there with him. When is a good time to retire? Can you retire too early? How do you decide something like that?