Mon, 10 August 2015
Today I discuss Google's new company Alphabet, REM and other high income high risk investments, a financial blog on planning around retirement changes and annoying articles that scare people into emotional investing.
I discuss a few stock market stories such as Google's new company Alphabet and the continuing trend of increased earnings with low revenue growth.
I give examples as to why people who get sucked into trading software programs and real estate classes often end up in bankruptcy. I explain why you should know what is really inside certain REIT investments such as REM.
A listener asks how much she should be investing in a no-load variable annuity with living benefits.
I talk abouta Sarah Von Bargen blog (SarahVonBargen.com) that discusses how the current wants of people often alter their retirement plans; many having to choose between working longer, saving more or "wanting less" in retirement.
I also talk about a Wall Street Journal that tries to scare people into major investing decisions by predicting upcoming crises.
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