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Welcome to the Payne Points of Wealth: The podcast that addresses all the pain points that come with creating your wealth, growing your wealth, and sustaining your wealth. Hosted by the Family Wealth Experts of Payne Capital Management, Bob, Ryan & Chris Payne. On a weekly basis, they deliver timely strategies and solutions for the pain points that come with building, preserving and managing your wealth.
 
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Welcome to episode 21 of Payne Points of Wealth! We are having a phenomenal start to 2021. Markets are going through the roof, interest rates and oil prices are going up. The “cyclical stocks”— those reopening stocks that we told you about— are starting to move. So the question is... how do you position your portfolio in 2021 to win? We're going to…
 
Happy New Year on this 20th episode of Payne Points of Wealth. Things are getting interesting. Wall Street all of a sudden has rose-colored glasses. Goldman Sachs came out and was looking for a 15% return this year on the S&P 500 as the world has apparently become more bullish overnight. The questions… Will it be a good year in the stock market or …
 
In this episode, we’re going to talk about the reopening of the economy and those big mega-cap tech stocks that are now going to be part of the S&P 500. Additionally, we will discuss products Wall Street loves to sell to scam you and what to avoid at all costs so you can create a portfolio that will give you better odds to win long-term and create …
 
Fear of losing money has been replaced by FOMO as investors are now plunging into the markets, putting more money into ETFs than we've seen over the last 12 months. With Coronavirus cases on the rise, hospitalizations on the rise, and mortality rates on the rise what's going to happen next? Has the market come too far too fast? Should investors wai…
 
November showed off with one of the best months on record with the Dow, S&P 500, and NASDAQ all up over 10%. In fact, the Dow had its best month since 1987. And speaking of big numbers, Tesla is valued at over $537 billion— as much as Warren Buffet's company Berkshire Hathaway— and is the largest company ever to enter the S&P 500. The question beco…
 
We basically have the same story over and over again, pundits are concerned about the second wave of the Coronavirus and as we’re recording this, we have a change of regimen of government, and a new president starting in January. What does that mean for the markets? The concern is abounding and there is record cash, yet the market continues to go h…
 
We told you that you could see a stock melt-up going into the end of the year, and now we're here. Money's come off the sidelines in droves! Money managers are getting reinvested, and the big question comes: Is this it? Have we gotten the melt-up? We are also going to hit on what you should be doing with your wealth plan right now and how you shoul…
 
The 22nd anniversary Oxford American music issue, guest edited by Brittany Howard, is shipping to OA subscribers now and is available at OxfordAmericanGoods.org. It hits newsstands nationwide December 1. Brittany Howard’s latest album Jaime and single Jaime (The Remixes) are available now.由Danielle A. Jackson, Brittany Howard
 
Today, we're talking about AFTER the election, we’ve talked about the election for the last couple of weeks and we warned you not to let the election get in the way of making good investment decisions. The economy is recovering. And what do you know, the Payne’s were right. The market has been straight up since the election. Well, it's theoreticall…
 
We are finally past the election so we can put that worry behind us... and pick up a new one. As the economy continues to open we’ve seen reports of a spike in Coronavirus cases. Reports have come in about countries in Europe, like France and Germany, starting to lockdown again. The uncertainty has shifted to how we are going to keep reopening the …
 
Maybe it’s time to get into cash, wait this thing out, see what happens. Then when cooler heads prevail make some investment decisions later...what do you think? By the time you listen to this, the election will have taken place but it may not be over. The volatility caused may still be lingering as well. We just hope you aren’t sitting around— in …
 
It seems week after week it's the same story. A lot of uncertainty out there. Most Wall Street strategists have been negative and wary. Bob, Ryan, and Chris had been very bullish and the market continues to go higher. Bob, Ryan, and Chris continue to be right while strategists continue to be wrong. What's going on? There’s a fog of uncertainty that…
 
The real loss in the market is when you succumb to your emotions. There are many markets and they are all affected by different situations. None of them ever drops to zero, even though that seems to be the driving fear behind so many decisions to get out instead of staying in for the long haul. Listen to this episode of Payne Points of Wealth to he…
 
If You're Sitting in Cash Your Biggest Risk is the Cost of Opportunity, Ep 09 Politics still have things stirred up but the market seems to be handling it better than people are. Use this volatility as your ally because it seems like fear versus market action is disconnected right now. Just because YOU think the market is going to drop due to elect…
 
As headwinds continue to blow, uncertainty continues to be at heightened levels. What we're hearing and seeing is everyone feeling like the economy is starting to stall. That we've had a V-shape recovery and there's this consensus out there that maybe it's over. Top that with an impending second wave of the pandemic as the weather gets colder and t…
 
Volatility & Uncertainty are your friends… dressed in a mask trying to scare you to death, Ep 07 The real story this week is that election uncertainty is upon us! You're hearing more and more news about how the election will affect the markets. Contributing factors causing volatility are the recent death of a supreme court justice, tension in the p…
 
In pandemonic times, zero-commission trading platforms have become the casino of Americans who are cooped up at home. Companies like Robinhood are offering zero-commission trading, making people less hesitant to trade. That combined with the fact that alcohol sales are up 14% since the beginning of COVID and a 92% increase in options trades this ye…
 
In this episode of Points South Live, Milwaukee-based folk band Dead Horses plays from BlakeSt in Bentonville, Arkansas, and chats with Bryan and Bernice Hembree (Smokey and the Mirror), co-founders of the Fayetteville Roots Festival. Points South Live is a collaboration between Oxford American and Fayetteville Roots that features live music record…
 
Over the past week, we’ve gotten calls from long-time clients who are asking us what sounds like a reasonable question: “Why are we not putting ALL my money in these growth stocks that keep going up?” As we said, it SOUNDS like a good plan, but it’s based on a wrong understanding of how the market works. When stocks are high — and most of the stock…
 
We are beginning to sound like a broken record — you remember what a record is, don’t you? Again, we’re discussing the incredible sustained growth of tech stocks in the U.S. even though many of them, like Peloton and Tesla are not posting ANY profits. What’s going to happen with this tech bubble bursts? Are you putting yourself at risk? And why are…
 
In our first episode of Points South Live, pop string band Front Country plays live from BlakeSt in Bentonville, Arkansas, and chats with Bryan Hembree (Smokey and the Mirror), co-founder of the Fayetteville Roots Festival. Points South Live is a collaboration between Oxford American and Fayetteville Roots that features live music recorded pre-COVI…
 
One of Bob’s favorite sayings is this: “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it sort of rhymes.” When it comes to financial trends and market behavior, it’s many times more true than most people realize. In this episode, we discuss the similarities today’s market has with the market conditions that existed back in 2009 — and what it could mean for th…
 
The stock market continues to rise in spite of the dire predictions we’re hearing from analysts and pundits. What’s that all about? As you might expect, we’ve got some ideas about what is going on and you may be surprised to hear that we tend to think the market is right and the pundits are wrong. Listen to hear why we think so and what we believe …
 
Wow! The economy is doing some crazy things here as we hopefully wrap up this thing we’re all calling COVID. We’ve got big tech stocks like Amazon and Facebook continuing to rise in value, with no shortage of people still wanting to buy them. At the same time, the dollar is falling, which presents interesting opportunities of a different sort. This…
 
IN CONVERSATION OA contributor Emily Gogolak investigates Dilley, Texas, a small town at the intersection of the oil, smuggling, and confinement industries. Dilley is home to the South Texas Family Residential Center, the largest immigration detention center in the country. This segment features interviews recorded for Gogolak’s essay “An Intersect…
 
THE PROLOGUE The story of Clyde Kennard, the first person to attempt desegregation at the University of Southern Mississippi. IN CONVERSATION Sarah M. Broom, National Book Award-winning author of The Yellow House IN SESSION A performance from the No Tears Suite, an original jazz composition commissioned by the OA to commemorate the 60th anniversary…
 
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