The U.S. is on the road to an economic rennisance, but will Washington mess it up?
Plus, politicians are too fond of metaphors. Ali Velshi and Christine Romans explain.
Watch CNN Your Money weekdays at 3:30p EST, Saturday at 1:00p EST and Sunday at 3:00p EST.
Upcoming cliff battles will make fights over the Bush era tax cuts seem like child’s play. We’ll look at what’s wrong with our budget process and how to solve it.
Plus, we’ll look at whether this kind of political cage match would happen in other countries, as Ali debates Richard Quest.
Also – what should you do with your money in 2013? 2012’s stellar stock returns, political uncertainty and a slow-motion economic rebound have stock strategists making much more muted predictions for 2013.
Ali Velshi welcomes Maya Macguineas, Mohammed El-Erian, Diane Swonk and Howard Buffett.
CNN's Your Money with Ali Velshi airs this Saturday at 1:00p ET and Sunday at 3:00p ET.
Ali Velshi asks Ned Riley and Gina Martin Adams what they think the stock market will look like in 2013.
Richard Quest joins Ali Velshi to disucss whether the fiscal cliff could have happened under a different political system.
Ali Velshi and Christine Romans break down the job numbers from 2012's final employment report.
Ali Velshi explains how the U.S. federal budget is created and asks Maya Macguneas why we haven't seen a new one in nearly four years.
They are the biggest issues in your life: Your job, your savings, your home, and your debt. Christine Romans breaks down the business news of the week and shows you how it impacts your bottom line. Saturdays at 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. ET
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