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Launch Financial

Launch Financial is a podcast about your finances and improving your financial health & education. Launch financial is hosted by Brad Sherman, president of Sherman Wealth Management, and Ashley Perlmutter, Marketing Coordinator, fee-only registered investment advisory firm in Gaithersburg, MD.
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Now displaying: March, 2023
Mar 28, 2023

Overview: Join us on this week's episode of Launch Financial as we discuss home sales declining for seven straight months in a row, the SVB banking crisis and its impact on the global economy, and more! Shout out to the winners of the MCPS Business Pitch Challenge as well. If you have any questions email info@shermanwealth.com. 

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Mar 21, 2023

Overview: Join us on this week's episode of Launch Financial as we discuss some action items you can take this spring to clean up your finances, especially given all the economic uncertainty we are seeing, with the banking crisis, inflation, and interest rates. All eyes are on home sales/price data later today as well as the Federal Reserve meeting tomorrow where they will decide on the future of rising interest rates. For questions or inquiries, email info@shermanwealth.com. 

 

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Mar 17, 2023

Overview: Tune into this week's episode of Launch Financial as we discuss the banking crisis and how the bond and stock markets are digesting this news and economic data. 

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Mar 7, 2023

Overview: Join us on this week's episode of Launch Financial as we discuss live comments from Fed Chair Jerome Powell on the future of interest rate hikes and our thoughts on the consumer as the Federal Reserve continues to raise interest rates. 

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