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May 1, 2020

Terri Spath, chief investment officer at the Sierra Mutual Funds, says that the stimulus actions of the Federal Reserve Bank helped to set a floor on the market, which means that the 'lows are in for the year.' That doesn't mean the market can't go down from here, but rather that she doesn't expect it to fall past the lows set in the March downturn; with that limited downside, Spath says that remaining patient in long-term investments when volatility is up over the summer will be investors' biggest challenge. Also on the show, Bill Meyers of Nuveen discusses how kleverage works in closed-end funds, Leonard Wright of AICPA talks about Americans; waning personal financial satisfaction, and Stan Haithcock -- "Stan the Annuity Man" -- looks at annuity sales pitches and what consumers should listen to and the deals they should avoid.