Thu, 11 June 2015
Rob and I discuss retirement portfolio construction and deconstruction which is just as important.
Rob brings us up to date of various aspects of the news including the Los Angeles upcoming $15 minimum wage increase, Costco becoming a threat in car dealership, and why he likes Netflix being available in hotel rooms.
A caller asks a question about tax rates on long term capital gains and Rob offers a flip argument.
Chris Ciaccia of TheStreet.com gives us his thoughts about the newest Apple announcements as they prepare to take on companies like Google and Facebook which are more likely to share your data for advertising.
Rob also discusses why he likes credit cards as long term investments since non-cash transactions are on the rise globally.
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