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Entries from November 2008

MOB #65 – Volatility, Bailout Money & Holiday Sales

November 24th, 2008 · podcasts

On this episode of Millionaire or Bust, we have plenty to talk about. We start off by discussing how the DOW did this week and how President-Elect Obama’s nominations for cabinet positions may have affected it. We also discussed the still falling gas prices. Then in banking news, we discussed three more bank failures, Citigroup’s […]

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MOB #64 – GM vs McDonalds During the Financial Crisis

November 17th, 2008 · podcasts

On this episode of Millionaire or Bust, we cover the week after the US election (which also happened to be a one week trip up to the Yosemite area for us). The financial markets were pretty volatile again this week. So, we had to discuss that volatility a little bit. We also touched on the […]

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MOB #63 – US Election, Financial Markets & 2009 Job Market

November 10th, 2008 · podcasts

On this episode of Millionaire or Bust, we cover the week of the US election. The financial markets were pretty volatile, so we had to talk about how the markets did and how President-Elect Obama figured into that. We talked about the huge drop in the markets Wednesday and Thursday and the market rally on […]

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MOB #62 – Obama’s Election Midweek Update

November 6th, 2008 · podcasts

This episode of Millionaire or Bust is our short midweek episode. This is where I take a few minutes to catch you up on the week so far in financial news. First, I had to announce that Barack Obama was elected President of the United States on Tuesday.

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MOB #61 – Rough October & Bank Fees

November 3rd, 2008 · podcasts

On this episode of Millionaire or Bust, we start off the show by summarizing the month of October. Things got pretty crazy during the month, so we needed to talk about the economy shrinking in the third quarter, the beating the stock markets took, the falling crude oil prices and the rising mortgage rates.

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