Jeffrey H. Snyder currently serves as Founder for The Morning Pulse, Inc. Considered an "industry insider", thought-leader and an independent voice, he has appeared in both television and print discussing the issues related to retirement and the capital markets. He also is the creator, producer and host of the The Weekly Pulse podcast and TV show, as well as the original series Roads2Retirement.
In this episode: (1) Supporting families of children with special needs with special guest Kimberly Potter, Chief Clinical Officer, The COR Behavioral Group, (2) a lopsided financial recovery, (3) relocating abroad to improve your career opportunities, (4) Amazon saves Alexa transcripts!, (5) assessing the impact of new job numbers and what could the Federal Reserve do?, (6) a look at the proposed DOL and IRS MEP guidance for “the one bad apple”, and (7) and a look at the new wave of defined benefit plan lawsuits.
The Morning Pulse Academy | Prepping for 2019 Taxes! (Ugh!)
In this episode: (1) Investment governance best practices with special guest Michael E. Drew, Financial Economist, Drew, Walk & Co. and Professor, Griffith University, (2) Apple speaks out about the impact of tariffs, (3) Should kids be taught finance? (4) Monopoly gets a refresh, (5) the Fed responds, a drone is shot own, what’s the impact to markets?, (6) coffee demagoguery and (7) the SEC asks for comments about allowing retail investors access to non-traditional asset classes.
DCREC Published White Paper: The Importance of Meaningful REIT Allocations in TDFs
In this episode: (1) Georgetown University’s CRI: Tackling de-accumulation and lifetime income, (2) World Economic Forum report: Americans Outlive Their Savings, (3) More on the SEC’s Best Interest regulations, (4) What are college students biggest savings questions?, (5) 10 states sue to stop T-Mobile and Sprint merger, (6) Mortgage rates are dropping - so why aren’t more people buying homes?, and (7) A look at the upcoming Fed meeting: how did markets respond? Georgetown University Center for Retirement Initiatives’ Angela Antonelli joins as this week’s special guest.
In this episode: (1) The SEC votes to pass #REGBI, our #LegalEagles weigh in, (2) Put your phones down and get back #time, (3) Are You Ready for a Holiday?, (4) Baltimore’s ransomware attack and Amazon drones may be flying soon, (5) #cryptocurrency values recede and how do #alternatives actually perform, (6) Firestarter: a closer look at the #FIRE movement and (7) the forced arbitration clause finds its way back in to some credit card agreements, but you CAN opt out. Today’s special guest is George Grombacher of Money Alignment Academy.
In this episode: (1) More reaction on the SECURE Act, (2) Catching up on financial literacy initiatives: a mock trading day for students, (3) work-life balance and a parental-leave lawsuit, (4) an Apple foldable phones and the Uber Q1 report, (5) free trade and the countdown to Tariffs, (6) the impact of the First American data breach on home buyers, (7) the pros and cons of annuities in retirement plans and (8) an update on the SEC’s Regulation Best Interest – the retirement version of Game of Thrones – and a plaintiff lawyer copies the #LegalEagles. This week’s special guest is The Pew Charitable Trusts' John Scott, Director of The Retirement Savings Project.
In this episode: (1) The SECURE Act passes; our contributors weigh-in, (2) the Village of Arlington Heights, IL uses its budget surplus to increase the Village's pension funding levels and help reduce future property tax increases, (3) Americans are still financially fragile, (4) Amazon Is Working on a Device That Can Read Human Emotions, (5) Tariff talks brings more volatility, (6) Healthcare startup uBiome is raided by the FBI and (7) the best new ideas in retirement. This week’s special guests from the Village of Arlington Heights are #Treasurer Tom Kuehne and #VillageManager Randy Recklaus.
The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, May 12, 2019 In this episode: (1) Achieving #Financialliteracy from the perspective of state Treasurers (2) Small business sacrifices, (3) Financial workshop lessons learned, (4) calls to break up Facebook?, (5) Unintended consequences of the Sanders-Cortez legislation to lower credit card debt, (6) markets take a pre-June swoon and the Uber IPO (7) making defined contribution plans look more like defined benefit pension plans. This week's special guest is David Damschen, CTP, #Treasurer, State of Utah.
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