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Steve McDonald

Bond Expert

Somewhat of a renaissance man, Steve worked as a professional broker and has been an active trader of bonds for more than two decades, specializing in ultra-short-maturity corporate bonds. But before entering the investment industry, Steve was a naval aviator, flying fixed-and rotary-winged aircrafts, and also served as a surface warfare officer. Steve’s regular video series featured on Wealthy Retirement called “Slap in the Face” Award is some the most amusing investment content we republish.

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Set Your Kids Up for Success by Gifting Stock

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Getting the Market Right: Marc Lichtenfeld on Earnings and Cash Flow

Today on Getting the Market Right, Marc Lichtenfeld explains the important difference between earnings and cash flow.

Getting the Market Right: Eric Fry on How to Read the VIX Volatility Index

Today on Getting the Market Right, Macro Strategist Eric Fry explains the basics of how to interpret the VIX Volatility Index – Wall Street’s “fear gauge.”

Getting the Market Right: Adam Sharp on How to Do Your Own Cryptocurrency Research

Today on Getting the Market Right, Early Investing’s Adam Sharp explains how cryptocurrency research can help you distinguish legitimate coins from bad ones.

Getting the Market Right: Matthew Carr on Visual Cue Stock Analysis

Today on Getting the Market Right, Matthew Carr explains how simple visual cues in stock analysis can make your investments much more profitable.

Getting the Market Right: Andy Snyder on Investing in What You Know

Today on Getting the Market Right, Manward Press founder Andy Snyder reveals the power of investing in what you know, or buying stocks in familiar industries.

Getting the Market Right: Marc Lichtenfeld Explains PDUFA Dates

Today on Getting the Market Right, Marc Lichtenfeld explains the Prescription Drug User Fee Act (PDUFA) and the importance of PDUFA dates in biotech investing.

Risk: Your One Guarantee in Retirement

Investment risk. We think we understand it… few of us really do, though. And it will be the undoing of many retirees.