Mottek On Money (August 31st, 2019)

Friday, August 30th

Stocks post gains for the week ahead of the Labor Day Weekend snapping a month long losing streak which took the major averages off record highs. The latest signals on trade from China helped cheer the markets. Bryan Perry, Editor, Bryan Perry Investing and author of The 25% Cash Machine discusses the latest market action and outlook. In Sacramento, the bill that would likely force gig companies such as Uber and Lyft to reclassify their workers as employees rather than independent contractors moves on to the state senate. Sprint rolls out its 5G network in Los Angeles. Labor Day Weekend updates on organized labor from two prominent union leaders; Gabrielle Carteris, President, SAG-AFTRA and Patrick D. Kelly, Secretary-Treasurer, Teamsters Union Local 952, Orange County.