Marketplace Money for January 24-25, 2009
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The government is readying the second $350 billion in bailout money as banking stocks continue to dive. Host Tess Vigeland asks Marketplace's senior business correspondent Bob Moon why the first round of money wasn't able to make the fix.
With the economy in a tailspin, many stay-at-home moms are starting businesses to help support their families. Marketplace's Mitchell Hartman reports on these so-called "mompreneurs."
In "The Marketplace Decoder," we break down those financial buzzwords making headlines. This week, Marketplace's Ashley Milne-Tyte explains exactly what they mean when they talk about a "point" on the stock market.
Host Tess Vigeland and economics editor Chris Farrell answer listener questions about pulling out of the market, retirement plans, investing overseas, credit unions vs. banks, the best use for savings, selling a home and unemployment.
People will try just about anything to save a buck. But as Sally Herships reports, sometimes the best way to save money -- and avert disaster -- is to call the professionals to begin with.
Ever wonder how the wealthiest Americans make all their money? So did writer Ryan D'Agostino, so he went right up to their doors and asked them. He talks with host Tess Vigeland about his new book, "Rich Like Them."