Ron Siegel Home & Finance Radio Nov 20 2013
Ron Siegel Radio
Ron Siegel Radio
Published on November 20, 2013
Ron Siegel Home & Finance Radio Nov 20 2013

Ron Siegel Home & Finance Radio Nov 20 2013

Ron Siegel is joined by Robert Mott of La Quinta CA for a live radio broadcast from Anaheim CA to discuss:


  • The Labor Department reports consumer prices fell 0.1% in October, while economists expected the number to remain unchanged. Excluding food and energy, prices rose 0.1%, matching expectations. The Labor Department noted, due to the government shutdown, the sample used to calculate last month's index was 75% of the amount usually used.
  • The Commerce Department reports retail sales rose 0.4% in October, slightly above estimates of a 0.1% increase. Excluding the auto segment, sales were up 0.2%, versus the 0.1% bump expected.
  • Consumer Prices Fall Unexpectedly in October _ Fox Business
  • HURT_ Obama is a greater threat than Toronto’s crack mayor Rob Ford – Washington Times
  • Per Henry Chao - Fed IT Officer: ACA website still has about 60-70% to be built
  • David Kennedy - Cyber Security Consultant / Hacker advised , while in hearing one of his hacker friends found an additional 30 methods of hacking.  This is also an access point to get into other agencies since this is a hub
  • CBS poll: President Obama, Obamacare hit record lows
  • How to Know When’s the Best Time to Buy a Home
  • Retirement Planning: All in the Family
  •  Rules to Follow this Holiday Shopping Season
  • Creative Ways to Give Gift Cards
  • Discount on Apple Products
  • Mortgage Minute: Down Payments Continue to Decline in Third Quarter
  • Real Time Real Estate: Housing Picks Up Steam with Little Regard for Changing of the Seasons
  • Your Credit Matter: CFPB Finalizes ‘Know Before You Owe’ Mortgage Disclosures
  • What do Perfumes and Colognes have to do with Wine tasting
  • Isn't Chablis just a cheap White Wine… You might be surprised
  • What are the different types of Rieslings


Featured Guests
Robert Mott - The Wine Bar at Old Town

Ron Siegel, consumer advocate and mortgage lender, discusses anything that affects the roof over your head, your bank account or other items that will benefit you / your family.

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