Over the weekend, Greece turned down an EU bailout. While we recorded this podcast BEFORE that decision…man does this episode apply to all the events that happened this weekend. We share good advice from OG, Paula Pant (AffordAnything) and from Rob Aeschbach (The Military Financial Planner) on the stock market, picking stocks, and investing in general.
We spend a TON of time today on reader letters. Dale wasn’t excited about our permanent life insurance conversation a few weeks ago and wanted clarification. Josh sells long-term care insurance and sent us a quote that was less expensive than the policy costs we shared on a recent show. Interested in insurance? We’ve got you covered. Lost by all of the insurance discussions that start with “Everybody should have….”? We’ve got you covered, too.
Finally, Joe reviews the new Amazon show Catastrophe.
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Global Stock Markets Surge, Shaking Off Fears About Greece Default (Washington Post)
<16:35> My Dad’s Shortwave Roundtable
Market Winners Deliver a Quiet Message (Yahoo! Finance)
Business Journalism: Math Is Hard! (Seeking Alpha)
– Rob Aeschbach – The Military Financial Planner
– Paul Pant – Afford Anything
<41:55> Your Letters
Dale – Universal Life
Josh – Long Term Care
<54:00> End Show/Headlines
We discuss the new Amazon television show Catastrophe