Ep. 360 Frankly Speaking: Facebook, Gold, and a Possible Loan Crisis

Welcome back to another episode of Frankly Speaking – the show where I answer your, the listener’s, questions.

We start today with a question from Curtis who wants to know if Facebook is a buy at this price.

The next question comes from Justin who asked if this is a new time to buy stocks and should he sell his gold to free up more cash.

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James has a question about Synchrony Financial and GE.

The next comment comes from Lee who talks about hedging his crop production and what he’s hearing about the future in these farm related industries.

Our last question today is from Daniel who wants to know more about the looming debt crisis due to all the outstanding student and auto loans.

As always, thanks for listening and good investing.


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