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Weekly Interview with Financial Commentator Greg Heberlein: Episodes

Shareholders often get excited when their companies announce share buyback programs. If a company reduces shares in the marketplace, an investor's share of the company goes up. So that's good, right? Usually, it is, but sometimes it can be a sign that the company is in trouble.
The stock market recently rose to a two year high. Does this mean we should brace ourselves for another big drop, or will it climb even higher? On this week's Money Matters, financial commentator Greg Heberlein explains his bullish outlook to KPLU's Dave Meyer.
The price of gold is rising faster than the price of silver. Should you be worried? On this week's Money Matters, financial commentator Greg Heberlein explains the relationship between silver and gold to KPLU's Dave Meyer.
On this week's Money Matters, financial commentator Greg Heberlein (HEB-er-len) predicts stock prices are going to soar, and the market for bonds and gold will collapse. But, as he tells KPLU's Dave Meyer, he doesn't know when it's going to happen.
Times are tough - but there's one thing for which it's always worth spending a little extra if you possibly can. On this week's Money Matters, financial commentator Greg Heberlein talks with KPLU's Bellamy Pailthorp about making extra payments on your home mortgage.
Times are tough - but there's one thing for which it's always worth spending a little extra if you possibly can. On this week's Money Matters, financial commentator Greg Heberlein talks with KPLU's Bellamy Pailthorp about making extra payments on your home mortgage.
It looks like another Seattle biotech firm is being taken over by an out-of-town pharmaceutical giant. ZymoGenetics employs more than 300 people and is headquartered in the old City Light Steam Plant. On this week's Money Matters, financial commentator Greg Heberlein looks at the impending sale with ...
Times are tough - but there's one thing for which it's always worth spending a little extra if you possibly can. On this week's Money Matters, financial commentator Greg Heberlein talks with KPLU's Bellamy Pailthorp about making extra payments on your home mortgage.
It's hard to get a good return on your investments these days. You may be tempted by some high interest rates, but there's a lot of risk involved. On this week's Money Matters, financial commentator Greg Heberlein and KPLU's Dave Meyer take a look at junk bonds.
On this week's Money Matters, financial commentator Greg Heberlein and KPLU's Dave Meyer look into investing in commodities. But Dave is skeptical, thanks to a movie he saw back in the 1980s.
James Bullard is President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. He's been sounding the alarm about the dangers of deflation. What can you do to protect yourself? That's the topic of this week's Money Matters with Greg Heberlein and KPLU's Dave Meyer.
Is the stock market going to recover? Or are we headed for another crash? Financial commentator Greg Heberlein and KPLU's Dave Meyer talk about Robert Prechter's doomsday scenario on this week's Money Matters.
US interest rates are at historic low levels. On this week's Money Matters, Greg Heberlein says rates will eventually go back up as the economy recovers, and it's a good idea to lock in a low rate mortgage. He spoke with KPLU's Dave Meyer.
Oil stocks have dropped in the wake of the BP oil spill. Is this an opportunity for investors? That's the topic of this week's Money Matters with Greg Heberlein and KPLU's Dave Meyer.
Congress is working on a huge financial reform package. On this week's Money Matters, financial commentator Greg Heberlein talks to KPLU's Dave Meyer about risk and derivatives.
When it comes to the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the month of May was the worst month in 70 years. The market dropped enough to meet the definition of a "market correction" something that financial commentator Greg Heberlein has been predicting. He spoke with KPLU's Dave Meyer.
Is the economy recovering or could it slide into a Depression? Financial commentator Greg Heberlein isn't sounding the alarm, but says it's worth thinking about. He spoke with KPLU's Dave Meyer.
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