Happy Rewind Week Stackers! We’re kicking off Monday strong with a special show that used to be a fan-favorite: a Joe and OG Top 5. Today’s topic? How to react to market volatility. It was relevant then, and it’s relevant now. There’s no featured guest on today’s show – but there’s also a whole bunch more of Joe and OG banter than you’d normally have. (Some people say that’s a good enough trade-off).
You can read the original show notes below:
It’s another Top 5 episode! Today Joe & OG tell you their top 5 ways to handle bouncing markets.
In headlines we tackle the herd mentality down markets create and signs that it’s time for a new advisor.
We also fire up the Quotacy hotline for the first time, where Sam asks about stretch IRA rules.
It’s all that and more on today’s show!
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- Wall Street’s Awful Start This Year Could Be Short Lived (Fortune)
- 10 Signs Your Client Is Cheating On You (Investment News)
Joe and OG’s Top 5 Ways to Counter Market Volatility
- Which option is most commonly used to insure you can later secure the current price in a stock?
Sam asks us a surprisingly “in-the-weeds” question: how can he setup a “stretch” IRA?
- Vinnie – What’s it take to become a financial advisor?
Join us Wednesday!
The Fintern will keep the rewind week going strong with a Halloween-themed episode this Wednesday. Long time listeners may remember CFA Rick Ferri and his favorite investing horror stories he shared on the show. For everyone else – you’re in for a real treat.
Hey Joe and OG, love your show. However, during the second half of the rewind episode on Monday 26 Oct your podcast discussed the “stretch IRA”. That discussion has been superseded by the new 10-year rule for withdrawals from an inherited IRA. Which means your podcast put out old, stale “news” — how about updating your loyal listeners and giving us the correct information for inherited IRAs? Thanks
Great point, John! Message received. That’s why we have the disclaimer at the beginning of these episodes, but you’re right…we needed to do a better job of letting people know that this episode was from three years ago.