Jan 14, 2020
The best-selling personal-finance author of all time, Robert Kiyosaki of 'Rich Dad, Poor Dad' fame, visits Money Life to discuss his new book out today, 'Who Stole My Pension.' Kiyosaki discusses why he wouldn't invest in stocks, mutual funds or ETFs right now, though he never discloses what he would buy other than 'private investments.' Also on the show, two chats about technical analysis, first with Avi Gilburt of Elliott Wave Trader, who notes that the market is getting into a 'topping region' where he expects a modest pullback. If the market can hold at support levels, he sees green lights for at least half a year, noting he'd be articularly bullish on small-cap stocks. Meanwhile, Dan Zanger of ChartPattern.com is also bullish and says he expects to ride the current trends for at least the first half of the new year. Finally, Ted Rossman of CreditCards,cmo discusses the results of his site's most recent consumer poll.