Ep 366: Frankly Speaking: Cord-Cutting, T, UA, FB, TWTR, the Retail Sector and Global Panic

Welcome back to another episode of Frankly Speaking!

We start today with Kurt who comments on a recent podcast where I talked about “cord-cutting.”

The next question comes from Andrew who wanted to share a personal experience with ATT.

Dave writes in and asks about Under Armour and when is the right time to buy a stock.

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The next comment comes from Cameron who sends in a picture of a Chevron gas station in California with gas at $1.69 a gallon.

Barb writes in to ask about the retail sector.

Kenny wants to know more about the impact of the Paris attacks

Our last question today is from Andy who mentions Twitter

As always thanks for listening and good investing.

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