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Investor’s Edge with Gary Kaltbaum


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Since day 1 of the pandemic, Gary Kaltbaum has urged his listeners to air on the side of caution. He is wearing a mask anywhere he travels that is indoors. Gary is asked constantly why he wears it, to which he answers, “Cause I like to”. This tends to shut down anyone who feels the urge to argue about it. Gary wishes the best for you and your family based on your choices. Gary is upset about all the politicians fighting over it. Furthermore, he is upset with Governor Ron Desantis and his attitude toward the whole mask issue. Gary feels Gov. Desantis is not adjusting to the new strain and issues that have come out.

Florida is experiencing some big numbers, according to Gary. He has been in touch with hospitals in his area that are full. Unfortunately, these same hospitals are currently experiencing a shortage of Oxygen. In good news, Gary states, deaths are down across the board. This, though, is contradicted by some pundits on TV. As angry as Gary was with Desantis, he is furious with these pundits telling you what to do about the virus. Schmucks, he calls them as they give different advice. Gary reassures us that we know best about our family.


Investor’s Edge with Gary Kaultbaum can be heard on weekdays on MoneyTalk 1010. Gary Kaltbaum is a registered investment advisor with more than 30 years of experience in the markets. He is the owner and president of Kaltbaum Capital Management, a financial investment advisory firm headquartered in Orlando, Florida. He is a Fox News Channel Business Contributor regularly appearing on Fox News Channel and the Fox Business Network. In addition, Gary is the author of the book “The Investors Edge” and the host of a nationally syndicated radio show with the same title, “Investors Edge,” broadcast on numerous stations across the U.S. The show is also available on-demand and airs live 6-7 pm EST Monday-Friday. You can hear past shows online at

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