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Bryan Answers Your Questions

November 11, 2017 – Wealth Strategy with Bryan Rigg, Your Wealth Professor
Listen In Every Week: Saturday on WRR from 7:00-8:00 am

Wealth Strategy with Bryan Rigg

KLIF’s Wealth Strategy with Bryan Rigg

We are here every Saturday morning during the seven o’clock hour. We like to talk finance. Normally we come in here every weekend, and we like to discuss four or five topics that fill the hour. We’re going to do something a little different this morning, and we hope you stick around for it.

We’ve compiled a list of over 50 questions that we’ve gotten by email and by voicemail, and we had a workshop recently that we had many people show up from WRR, listeners, anyway. We had some questions come up in that.

These are kind of simple questions. I know as people listen, you can’t talk to the radio. I mean you can, but we can’t hear you.

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What is Your Appetite for Risk?

October 21, 2017 – Wealth Strategy with Bryan Rigg, Your Wealth Professor
Listen In Every Week: Saturday on WRR from 7:00-8:00 am

investing with Rigg Wealth Management, Dallas TexasWe are going to talk about four different things today. Each one of them is going to be about 15 minutes, so we’ll take up a little bit of time on each topic. First, we’re going to get into sectors of the market and investing within sectors. It helps you pick a sector within the market that gives you a little more general insight. We’re going to get into that as well.

The psychology of investing is important. We’re going to cover that, and identifying and helping measure your risk appetite. We haven’t talked about that in a few months. You have to understand going in what your appetite for risk is, and Bryan’s seen many examples and many clients for that. The third segment, we’re going to come back after the bottom of the hour, and we’re going to talk about cybersecurity. Bryan had an interesting meeting recently and has some insight on that.

We’re going to close out the show with trust funds ‑‑ who are they for, and why we have them. It’s not something that’s on most people’s portfolios, but if you want to work with money for the people and leaving a legacy with parameters, trust funds are a great way to go.

It doesn’t always have the connotation that people are trust fund babies. That’s not the case. That’s some of the worst cases. There are good and bad purposes for trust funds, but a lot of people, when you hear about the diversity that’s offered in trust funds, it can be a great asset to a portfolio.

We’re going to start off with when we look at investing in the market, we look at trying to decide what to get into. So many people think it’s just a stock ‑‑ pick a stock and buy that stock. Luckily, the market allows us to invest in sectors. Bryan, help people understand sectors in the market.

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Municipal Bonds

October 14, 2017 – Wealth Strategy with Bryan Rigg, Your Wealth Professor
Listen In Every Week: Saturday on WRR from 7:00-8:00 am

 Municipal BondsWe are here every Saturday morning at the same time to talk about finance, financial wealth, and understanding and managing your portfolio, whether you do it yourself, or you happen to be a fan of Rigg Wealth Management or anybody else out there.

We want to help you understand that there’s proactive stances and actions you can take to make yourself better prepared for your future. Sometimes it’s not all about you. It’s your family, your loved ones, and your legacy. Either way, whether you’re saving for the future, or you’re saving for today, doing something is absolutely necessary.

Today, we’re going to focus on a topic, and we’re going to burn a couple segments the first half hour. We’re going to talk about municipal bonds. We’ve got an opportunity that Rigg Wealth Management has come up with.

Though we’re here to talk about the language and verbiage of understanding finances, financial management, savings, and sometimes investments ‑‑ portfolios, stocks, bonds, and all those things, today we’re going to get subject specific.

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Politics and It’s Impact on Investment Strategies

October 7, 2017 – Wealth Strategy with Bryan Rigg, Your Wealth Professor
Listen In Every Week: Saturday on WRR from 7:00-8:00 am

The topics we’re talking about today that I’m going to ask these two gentlemen to chime in on, the first quarter hour is going to be politics and examples of why politics and government are so impactful on our investment strategies, not just here, but internationally, as well.

We’ll tap in on “Should We Retire if We’re able to Retire?” Is it a good idea to actually retire when it’s time? Are there other options and opportunities that we can look at, part‑time work or hobbies, philanthropy efforts. When it’s time to retire, what exactly does that mean?

Getting a little bit deeper at the bottom of the hour, we’ll come back with “What are ETFs?” Exchange traded funds. We’ll close out the show with cyber-security and the risks with our accounts, online and such.

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Financial Do’s and Don’ts

September 30, 2017 – Wealth Strategy with Bryan Rigg, Your Wealth Professor
Listen In Every Week: Saturday on WRR from 7:00-8:00 am

I want to cover a couple of things that we’re going to talk about today. Our segments are going to be the stock market being up and down, how much do we need to pay attention. Some horror stories, some dos and don’ts. Our third segment’s going to be, “How much money do I need to retire?” We’re going to end up with teaching our kids and families about finance. It’s something that if we start at an early age it’s easier to do. It’s less complicated.

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45 Questions for The Wealth Professor

Rigg Wealth Management's, Bryan RiggSeptember 9, 2017 – Wealth Strategy with Bryan Rigg, Your Wealth Professor
Listen In Every Week: Saturday on WRR

Today, we’re going to capture that essence. Normally we have a full segment, 10, maybe 11, 12 minutes of a particular topic. Today, we’re going to change it up a little bit. We’ve got some questions from some of our listeners, emailed as well as voice mails.

We’re going to go down through a nice list of questions that people have asked about stocks in general. Not just stocks, but the general kind of a marketplace of Wall Street.  I’m going to just rapid‑gun‑fire some questions we have. If you’re into numbers, I have a total of 45 that I’ve been able to compile. We’re just going to hit them and we’re going to stay on them for two, three minutes and break them down and help you understand it.

I challenge you to listen for the next hour. I’ll be you hear at least four or five questions that you’re genuinely curious about that are somewhere in the back of your head. We’re going to hit some topics today. If your question isn’t in this segment, stick around because I’ve got a feeling it’s going to be coming up in the next segment.

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Rigg Wealth Management Client Stories

September 2, 2017 – Wealth Strategy with Bryan Rigg, Your Wealth Professor
Listen In Every Week: Saturday on WRR from 7:00-8:00 am

Client Stories with Bryan RiggDoing nothing is the decision not to do something, and that gets you nowhere in a hurry. We just try and remind you that doing something, as little or as big as it may be, doing something is the proper plan. We’re here each week at this time, right here on WRR, to talk about the terms and the vocabulary, because the fear of the unknown and not talking about what we are uncomfortable with is natural.We don’t like to talk about it, because we don’t know enough about it to sound intelligent. We like to come here every week and remind you that it might be scary, and it might be fearful, but you can do something. You can do anything.

We’ve got some client stories we’re going to go over later in the show that Bryan has. He’s got a bunch of new clients lately, a bunch of our listeners to the show. We’re going to talk about some things that he’s finding out that people are bringing forward to him, and some of the other topics we’re going to talk about on segments today are, we’re going to lead off the show with annuities.

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What is Your Risk Appetite?

 

August 26, 2017 – Wealth Strategy with Bryan Rigg, Your Wealth Professor
Listen In Every Week: Saturday on WRR from 7:00-8:00 am / Sundays on 570 KLIF

 

We’re going to occupy the hour with four topics. We’re going to start out with the topic of how to measure one’s risk. What’s the risk appetite? It’s different for every single person, so we’re going to talk to Bryan about that.

Speaking of world politics and stuff, world history and its influence on investing. That’ll be a nice bridge.

Also, we’re going to talk about the differences in investing between men and women. We’re going to bridge that topic, and we’re going to dance around it softly, without choosing sides, of course.

Then we’re going to talk about taxes and investing. We’ll be discussing those, as well. The implications of investing.

 

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You Have to Plan the Plan

August 19, 2017 – Wealth Strategy with Bryan Rigg, Your Wealth Professor
Listen In Every Week: Saturday on WRR from 7:00-8:00 am / Sundays on 570 KLIF

Biggest Mistakes in Saving for RetirementBryan Rigg is our wealth professor. This is “Wealth Strategy with Bryan Rigg.” We are here at this same time every weekend to talk to you about financial management and running your own world with your own finances.

Sometimes you need some help. A lot of times you need help. We’re here every week to talk the finance talk, but not in the vocabulary that you’re uncomfortable with or intimidated by. We really do spend time, and preparation, and work at breaking it down in digestible, small bites of information that you can absorb, and pay attention to, and maybe even use around your household to talk about these things.

Planning for your future just doesn’t happen. Planning for anything in life just doesn’t happen. You have to plan to plan. One of my favorite phrases in life is, “Plan to work and then work to plan.”

You know from the military that’s often the case.

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