How much do you really know about investing in stocks? You may have heard that it’s hard to beat the market, but could you do it? How does the stock market actually work, and how do you do the right homework to find a good stock to buy? You’re in luck because today Brian Feroldi joins us to talk about his own stock buying process, breaking it down into easy steps. He also shares why the stock market rises over time and why it’s harder for a fund manager to beat the market than an individual investor.
During our headline segment, we’ll talk about covering your bases with insurance. Recent news articles involving celebrities show that you never know what tomorrow will bring. Having the right risk management strategy and maybe the correct insurance policies in place can make all the difference. We’ll also answer Jordan’s question about spending down his portfolio in retirement. And Doug will share his amazing trivia.
- After aphasia diagnosis, Bruce Willis to step away from acting (PBS)
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Big thanks to Brian Feroldi for joining us today. Visit Brian’s website for his freebies and get a copy of his book Why Does The Stock Market Go Up?: Everything You Should Have Been Taught About Investing In School, But Weren’t.
- What year was Microsoft founded?
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- Jordan has a question about spending down funds in retirement.
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Written by: Brooke Miller
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