Meme Madness

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In this week’s podcast, Andy and Jake take dive into the ongoing debate on whether enhanced unemployment benefits has led would-be workers to stay home. They also talk about the return of meme madness to Wall Street.

As China Goes So Goes the Market

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In this week’s podcast Jake and Andy Willms discuss China’s looming corporate debt crisis and its potential impact on global and U.S. markets. They also discuss China’s efforts to reign in rising commodity prices and the latest developments surrounding the ongoing crypto crash.

Which Side Are You On?

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In this week’s episode, Jake returns to the podcast to discuss with Andy what the unprecedented expansion in the deficit and amount of dollars in circulation might mean for bonds and stocks, as well as breaking down the cryptocurrency market and why regulation may dictate its future.

Timing is Everything

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In this week’s podcast, Andy and Jake Willms discuss why this could be an opportune time to convert your traditional IRA into a Roth.  The guys also weigh in on whether the time is right to raise federal the minimum wage.

Raising Taxes on Wall Street

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In this week’s podcast, Jake Willms returns to the show, but this time he will be the one asking the questions. Andy and Jake discuss President Biden’s proposed tax raises and how they might affect investors in the future.

Overdosing on Debt

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In today’s podcast, Andy Willms is joined by Dr. Dimitri Delis, Managing Director of Piper Sandler Financial Strategies. Andy and Dimitri discuss the unprecedented growth in deficit spending by the U.S. government, what the ramifications might be, and whether investors need to be concerned.