We are thrilled to welcome award-winning journalist, senior editor at The Wall Street Journal, an expert on the Federal Reserve, and author of the bestselling book about Janet Yellen, Jon Hilsenrath to the basement. In addition to an economics masterclass, he shares with us insights into the current Treasury Secretary and former Federal Reserve Chair – and what makes her tick.
Also, we dive into an infuriating headline about 70,000 people who can’t access their retirement savings while legal proceedings are ongoing. We throw out the Haven Lifeline to Burton who wants to know where to allocate additional savings. And Doug tops things off with his Fed-related trivia.
Deeper dives with curated links, topics, and discussions are in our newsletter, The 201, available at StackingBenjamins.com/201.
- Thousands of Retirees Can’t Withdraw Savings Invested in Firms Controlled by Indicted Financier Greg Lindberg (Wall Street Journal)
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Big thanks to Jon Hilsenrath for joining us today. To learn more about Jon, visit his bio page at The Wall Street Journal or his LinkedIn page. Grab yourself a copy of the book Yellen: The Trailblazing Economist Who Navigated an Era of Upheaval.
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- Which of these interest rates is most closely tied to changes in the Fed fund rate: mortgage rates, Treasury Bill yields, or auto loan interest rates?
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- Burton wants to know if he should take advantage of the “mega backdoor Roth” through his employer.
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Written by: Kevin Bailey
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