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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, Financial Advisor and Director of Client Experience, fee-only registered investment advisory firm in Gaithersburg, MD.
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Now displaying: February, 2024
Feb 27, 2024

Overview: Tune into this week's episode of Launch Financial as we discuss a slew of continued earnings reports and economic data that the market will continue to digest as the Federal Reserve makes their analysis on future interest rate policy. More economic data is on slate later this week, so stay tuned for an emergency press conference. 

 

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Feb 20, 2024

Overview: Tune into this week's episode of Launch Financial as we discuss the markets drawback awaiting major earnings, including tech mogul Nvidia. We also discuss the importance of creating a savings strategy and how to maximize your extra cash. 

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Feb 13, 2024

Overview: Tune into this week's episode of Launch Financial as we discuss January CPI data coming in hotter than expected. We will continue to watch how this will impact the Fed's decision on future interest rate policy and the potenital of cutting interest rates in the back half of the year. 

 

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Feb 6, 2024

Overview: Tune into this week's episode of Launch Financial as we discuss a slew of economic data including the Federal Reserve deciding to hold interest rates steady and signaling there may not be enough data to cut rates at the next meeting. However, amidst this economic data, the consumer is continuing the spend as interest rates on credit cards hit 21.5% and consumer sentiment remains high. 

 

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