Mottek On Money (January 25th, 2020)

Saturday, January 25th

Investors turn cautious as the deadly coronavirus in China spreads causing concerns about health, travel and the global economy. Stocks pull back from record highs achieved over the past week. Analysis from veteran market strategist Hugh Johnson, Chairman, Hugh Johnson Advisors. Stephen Cheung, President, World Trade Center Los Angeles discusses the latest trade developments and outlook. Mark Thorpe, CEO, Ontario International Airport, on the airport's recognition as the fastest growing for the second year in a row. Consumer advocate Ralph Nader, former Green Party presidential candidate, sounds a warning about stock market valuations, discusses top consumer issues of 2020 and his latest book Fake President.