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Oct 13, 2020

Buck Klintworth, portfolio manager at Chase Investment Counsel, says that technicals show that the market's early October rise is no fluke and should have the ability to keep going, though if it moves the Standard and Poor's 500 Index to 3,600 it will have reached his expected level for year-end and will likely chop around and be volatile but mostly sideways into 2021. Also on the show, Kathy Bostjancic of Oxford Economics USA gives her take on how the economy can recover from the pandemic and how close the nation is to a long-lasting problem if economic stimulus is not offered to help the country get through troubled election and holiday seasons, and Allan Sloan of the Washington Post -- a legendary business journalist -- discusses President Trump's financial history and what it suggests he will do as he faces debt and tax issues that have made headlines in recent weeks.