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Preview: Wall Street Journal's Your Money Matters

WSJ Your Money Matters



Enjoy listening to insights from The Wall Street Journal on global market news, the economy and personal finance. Your Money Matters podcast takes you from Wall Street to Main Street to your street.



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Spending $20,000 on Apartment Rent? Expect Scrutiny

Mon, 22 May 2017 04:15:59 -0000

Those who pay $20,000 or more to rent a luxury place each month should expect to go under the microscope. Wall Street Journal Jumbo Jungle columnist Robyn A. Friedman has advice for what to expect and how to handle the financial scrutiny.


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Ahead of the Tape: Looking Back at 15 Years of Picking Stocks

Fri, 19 May 2017 18:31:47 -0000

Amid the final installment of The Wall Street Journal's Ahead of the Tape column, Steve Russolillo looks back at its best and worst stock picks and explains why trying to predict the markets for 15 years hasn't always been easy.


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U.S. Household Debt Hits a Record

Fri, 19 May 2017 04:05:00 -0000

U.S. total household debt jumped to a record 12.7 trillion dollars in the first quarter, exceeding its 2008 peak. The Wall Street Journal's Ben Leubsdorf says job gains and economic growth boosted Americans' incomes and willingness to borrow.


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Brent Schutte: Bullish Long-Term Despite DC Turmoil

Thu, 18 May 2017 16:13:37 -0000

Turmoil in the Trump administration rattled Wall Street Wednesday. But Brent Schutte of Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management points out that, historically, markets have almost always responded to geopolitical risks with long-term gains.


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Letting Your Kids Plan the Family Vacation

Thu, 18 May 2017 04:15:00 -0000

Summer is a time for family vacations. The Wall Street Journal's Sue Shellenbarger says involving children in vacation decision-making teaches them valuable life skills - as long as parents don't give up too much control.


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The 2017 Stock Rally: Not Quite Like 2007

Wed, 17 May 2017 16:24:47 -0000

Stocks have fallen today over White House-related concerns. But until now, the market has been frothy with low volatility, inviting comparisons to the 2007 rally. However, there are some differences between then and now, says the Wall Street Journal's Sam Goldfarb.


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Wealth Managers Dress the Part to Woo Millennials

Wed, 17 May 2017 04:15:00 -0000

Veronica Dagher, host of the Wall Street Journal podcast "Watching Your Wealth," says financial advisors are finding they need to change their approach - and their clothes - to win the business of millennials.


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Amazon has Gained 49,000% Since Going Public

Tue, 16 May 2017 19:01:03 -0000

The Wall Street Journal's Jason Zweig says that, throughout history, only a handful of "superstocks" like Amazon.com have accounted for much of the wealth generated by the entire stock market.


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Mutual Funds' Puerto Rico Losses Top $5 Billion

Tue, 16 May 2017 04:15:00 -0000

Mutual fund companies investing in Puerto Rico's debt lost more than five billion dollars over the past five years, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis. WSJ reporter Heather Gillers on fund managers' chances for recovering any losses.


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Private Colleges Cut Sticker Prices

Mon, 15 May 2017 18:52:56 -0000

Private colleges are seeing declining enrollment and flat revenue growth. So they're offering record tuition discounts to incoming freshmen. It's a great help to students, but the Wall Street Journal's Melissa Korn says it hasn't really helped colleges.


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The Fate of the Medical Expense Deduction

Mon, 15 May 2017 04:15:00 -0000

Millions of taxpayers take the medical expense deduction. What will happen to it with healthcare and tax reform on the horizon? Laura Saunders of the Wall Street Journal says the outcome is uncertain due to conflicts in proposals from the White House and Congress.


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Don't Feel Any Richer After That Pay Raise?

Sat, 13 May 2017 10:00:08 -0000

You got a pay raise recently. But it doesn't seem to matter. You still feel like you're not getting ahead. Why? Wall Street Journal reporter Eric Morath says you should blame inflation.


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Marijuana Industry in Haze After Bankruptcy Ruling

Fri, 12 May 2017 15:08:18 -0000

With the federal government reviving tougher sentences for drug offenders, expect even more confusion for people in the marijuana business who have to file for bankruptcy. Wall Street Journal reporter Katy Stech has details on federal developments.


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Fraud Alerts for Credit Cards, Debit Cards Rise 15%

Fri, 12 May 2017 04:15:59 -0000

The number of fraud alerts for credit cards and debit cards have jumped double-digits in the last two years. Matt Schulz from CreditCards.com breaks down new findings with John Wordock.


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Next Hot Housing Market: Starter Homes

Thu, 11 May 2017 14:48:27 -0000

After sitting on the sidelines for a decade, millennials are buying homes en masse, promising to kick the already strong housing market into higher gear. The Wall Street Journal's Laura Kusisto joins us in the studio.


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Trump Middle-Class Tax Cut Plan Short on Details

Thu, 11 May 2017 04:15:00 -0000

President Trump's planned tax overhaul touts a middle-class tax cut. But the Wall Street Journal's Richard Rubin says how much middle-income families would pay in taxes is a mystery because key details are missing.


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Apple's Market Cap Hits Record $800 Billion

Wed, 10 May 2017 17:23:45 -0000

Apple is the world's most valuable listed company, and its market capitalization just topped $800 billion, a first for any U.S. company. The Wall Street Journal's Ben Eisen talks about Apple, its stock and excitement over the upcoming iPhone.


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States Press On with Retirement-Savings Plans

Wed, 10 May 2017 04:15:00 -0000

Several states are pressing ahead with efforts to bring retirement-savings programs to private sector employees. That's despite a Senate vote to repeal regulations encouraging such initiatives. The Wall Street Journal's Anne Tergesen has details.


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Fear Gauge at Lowest Level Since 1993

Tue, 09 May 2017 18:28:55 -0000

The stock market's volatility index, commonly known as the VIX or "fear gauge," fell to its lowest level since 1993. The Wall Street Journal's Gunjan Banerji says it indicates investor comfort with the market as jobs and earnings show strength.


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Banks Make Billions Despite Low Interest Payouts

Tue, 09 May 2017 04:15:00 -0000

Major banks pay next to nothing in interest rates to depositors. But banks keep taking in billions of dollars more in depositors' money, according to the Wall Street Journal's Rachel Ensign.


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