Can you tweak your investments to perform better? Matt Hall, author of Odds On, the Making of an Evidence Based Investor says that you can…and without betting on individual stocks or risky asset allocation mixes.
But the fun begins today with special co-host Farnoosh Torabi and headlines about highly paid celebrities and individual stocks. Plus, Joe & Farnoosh tackle a Quotacy hotline question from Spencer about refinancing his house and a mailbag offering from Bill about whether to use a traditional or Roth 401k. All that AND Doug’s betting on the horses to pay off his student loans…
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<14:00>Matt Hall: Making of an Evidence Based Investor
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- Spencer – Should he refinance his house?
Bill – Roth 401k vs. Traditional 401k?
<> HUGE thanks to our guest co-host, Farnoosh Torabi!
Check out Farnoosh’s podcast (So Money) her books, AND her hit television show at Farnoosh.tv
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