The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic goes beyond just the physical, affecting jobs, investments, and businesses. On Thursday morning we will be talking with Mark Biller from Sound Mind Investing as we seek to gain wisdom on how to shore up our financial health during these uncertain times. With most Americans receiving a check from the government, what would be the best possible use for that money? Mark will answer that question for us as well as we seek to bring help and hope to your financial picture on Ken and Deb in the Morning.
You want to make that dessert or try that new dish for dinner but you’re missing one ingredient. How can you still make the dish without making a grocery store run? Chef Stephanie Godke will be zooming over to Ken and Deb Thursday to share some pantry substitutes and how you can be creative with what you have so you can stay put and still eat well. Chef Steph will also offer a simple cookie recipe that will get your kids baking and doing math.
Mark joined SMI in 2000. He leads SMI newsletter’s overall content strategy, managing the editorial direction and writing many articles. He led the company’s efforts to create its first web site, helped develop several of SMI’s investment strategies, and has been a contributing author to the Sound Mind Investing Handbook.
In addition, Mark helped design and launch the three Sound Mind Investing mutual funds. He has served as the Senior Portfolio Manager since the original SMI Fund was launched in 2005. Mark also serves as Senior Portfolio Manager to SMI Advisory Service’s Private Client managed account program.
Chef Stephanie Godke has had a long career in the restaurant industry. She enjoys sharing her original recipes on Ken and Deb in the Morning. She works as a local chef and is a consultant to restaurant owners all around the Midwest. She teaches cooking classes at the local community college and also provides catering services around the area. Some of her favorite recipes can be found in her latest cookbook, Recipes on Cody Road.