Jean Chatzky gave us some fantastic lessons that we should’ve learned in 2017. Those financial lessons are still applicable two years later. We’ll give the show a special open featuring Joe and OG, and then take a listen to our show with Jean.
You can check out our original show notes below:
In our MONSTER recap of 2017, Today show money editor Jean Chatzky joins in the fun to share five lessons we should have learned from some of the biggest events of the year. She’ll talk about the stock market, data hacks, and…well…we don’t want to give them all away, so you’ll just have to listen, won’t you?
Plus, in our headlines segment, our social media correspondent, Jamie Wise from the BUZZ Index, shares news from the crowds of people talking about investing online. He’ll share thoughts on the Disney/Fox deal, discuss Target, Valient, and more. We’ll also tackle a headline about delegation and wealthy people. How much do wealthy people delegate, and what does that have to do with your money? We’ll share details on today’s show!
We’ll of course have more from the world of financial planning, throw out the Haven Life line to lucky listener Teddy from Brooklyn, who wonders about switching from a mutual fund from an ETF that tracks the S&P500, score with some of Doug’s delightful trivia (who swears he hasn’t been NEAR the North Pole lately), and more.
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- The richest people in the world pay everyone from nannies to chefs to keep their household running smoothly — and it can cost millions of dollars a year (Yahoo)
- Jamie Wise – BUZZ Indexes – Check out BUZZ Index here.
<> Jean Chatzky
Drop a line on Twitter: @JeanChatzky
Jean’s Website (where you’ll also find her newsletter): JeanChatzky.com
<> Doug’s Trivia
- What creature that sounds almost mythical, but isn’t, is known as the unicorn of the sea, and makes their home in the North Pole?
<> Haven Life Line
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- Teddy is thinking about moving his money from a mutual fund to an ETF for tax purposes… good idea or no?
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- Kate (who must be in some weird Cult of OG) had this to say about his humor:
- Love the podcast. I particularly love OG’s sarcastic responses. Remember the episode when a guy called in saying his wife just found out she’s pregnant? The guy sounded absolutely miserable and OG’s response was priceless. I almost drove off the road because I was cracking up. Love your dark humor, OG. Don’t go changin’!
<> Join us Friday
It’s our last fresh show of the year, and we’re finishing it out with some of the people we love the most around the basement: Paula, Len, and our special guest, Andrew Wang. Tune in!