Is there a place in your portfolio for quirky investments? What if you’re interested in solar projects or obesity medicines? Should you niche your portfolio down to include those items? CFP Katie Brewer (YourRichestLifePlanning.com) joins Greg and Len for some fairly feisty conversation on the topic. Also, the team answers a recent MarketWatch piece that asks, are rich people cheap?
During our FinTech segment, the team from the Draft app are back to talk about marketing your app. If you have a great app it depends on users, but at the same time, if there’s nobody there yet….how do you know it’s a great app? It’s a chicken/egg problem and they’re here to talk about it today with us.
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- 5 Things That Prove Rich People Are Cheap (MarketWatch)
- The Weirdest Smart Beta ETFs (Investopedia)
- These Technologies May Actually Deliver Elon Musk’s Dream of Changing the World (Bloomberg)
<22:02> Our FinTech Segment: DraftApp
The guys from the DraftApp, an investment analysis app that uses crowdsourced data to help you understand and compare your portfolio, stops by the basement!
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