This has been a LONG bull market. So if you know that the next eight years will most probably NOT be like the previous eight, do you swap out some of your investments? We ask our roundtable panel that on today’s show and as always, find Greg, Len and Paula all have different answers than you probably expected.
We also tackle lifestyle paradigms. Are you paying too much attention to your neighbor’s success? Finally, we’ll discuss fake news….no, we aren’t going politics. We’ll ask our panel whether there’s any “fake news” in the money area that they’re sick of hearing. Of course, they come through with some great examples.
In our Freshbooks FinTech segment we talk to SelfLender CEO James Garvey about building credit. How does SelfLender help people find financial footing? They have an interesting idea and an exciting approach. Can’t wait for you to hear all about it.
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Check our Greg’s site: Control Your Cash
Read Greg’s awesome book: Control Your Cash
- Stock investors can’t bank on another 8-year bull-market bonanza (MarketWatch)
- Embracing Territorial Living (Four Pillar Freedom)
- We Create Our Own Fake News (Huffington Post)
<> Our Freshbooks FinTech Segment: Self Lender
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Today’s Freshbooks Focus Company: Self Lender
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