The financial world is huge, and there are many different ways to invest for profit. Some strategies focus on TIMING the markets, others focus on time IN the market. Some methods of analysis are all about the big picture—choosing SECTORS to invest in GENERALLY, rather than zeroing in on specific companies. Other strategies are the opposite. They focus on individual companies, and their profitability, balance sheet, dividends, market share, and stability of management. What's the BEST way to invest? How can you bypass the stress and make investing more simple? Today, we'll do an educational review of how various investment approaches work, and help you decide which makes the most sense for you--with specific recommendations. You don't want to miss today's show... MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!!
Your Daily IQ Retirement Brief 3/24/22
Adults over the age of 50 manage an increasing share of the wealth in the United States. Risky investment decisions that are made as people age may have effects on both financial markets --AND individuals in later life. FINRA, the Financial Industry Regulatory Association, performed an in-depth study recently to assess how many older Americans—those over 58 with far less time to recover from a market shock than younger investors-- were taking on TOO MUCH risk. And for those TAKING too much risk using standard measurements, they wanted to know WHY. Well today, we'll reveal what they came up with in this really interesting study-- and how it might apply to YOU. Then Medicare expert Shelley Grandidge joins us for the Q & A. ...A fact filled show you don't want to miss....MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!
Your Daily IQ Retirement Brief 3/22/22
Your Daily IQ Retirement Brief 3/21/22
For worry free income, preservation and indexed growth in retirement with no market losses and no management fees, today’s NEXT GENERATION uncapped retirement index annuities with income riders are becoming the asset of choice for 401k and IRA rollovers. Once upon a time, government bonds could provide the security and financial peace of mind required in retirement. In fact, "living off your savings" was the time-honored approach to retirement. But when bank CDs and bonds are paying zero or near zero, and that’s your only plan, you are no longer LIVING off savings....You’re just spending down your principal haphazardly! You are just paying your principal back to yourself, with little or no interest, and no guarantee of what happens when you run out. Can anyone seriously consider retiring on a bond or bank account paying less than one or two percent, with inflation headed to three or four percent annually one day? Today, we'll show you how to avoid poor retirement income planning A power-packed show you don't want to miss! MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!!
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Your Daily IQ Retirement Brief 3/21/22
An annuity is a retirement account with "airbags" and a seat belt. Buyers invest a sum of money in a particular annuity, and in exchange, they’re guaranteed a steady monthly check for a set number of years, or for life, their choice. On an increasing basis, annuities are being used by retiring professionals to take the risk out of their nest eggs. In years past, pensions were common. Today, it is more common NOT to have a pension. The satisfaction rate on annuities is actually far higher than mutual funds. So why do low-information newspaper and internet journalists knock annuities? Because they are LOW on information! Today, we'll fix that and we hope some uninformed journalists are listening in. Then Medicare and Health insurance expert Shelley Grandidge joins us for the Q & A. You don't want to miss today's show...MASTERING MONEY IS ON THE AIR!!