Mottek On Money (May 25th, 2019)

Mottek On Money
Saturday, May 25th
Another volatile week in the financial markets on escalating trade tensions between the U.S. and China. The Dow extends its weekly losing streak to 5, the longest in 8 years. A rally on Friday ahead of the three day Memorial Day Holiday weekend eases some of the week's losses. Analysis from Art Hogan, Chief Market Strategist, National Securities. Student loan debt hits another record high. Washington considers new ideas to ease student debt and promote savings. A new wealth survey finds how much money Angelino's need to have to be considered "wealthy." Retired four-star U.S. Army General Wesley Clark, former NATO Allied Supreme Commander, CEO, Wesley Clark and Associates, and Senior Fellow, UCLA Burkle Center; discusses the impact of US China tensions, sabre rattling in the Middle East and his thoughts on Memorial Day weekend 2019.