There is a difference between the way men and women invest. There are some, I don’t want to say genetic differences, but there are philosophical difference on how and what they’re comfortable with, speaking of risk appetite. Also, we’re going to do a topic on taxes and investing. There are some dos and don’ts. The government will penalize you for some things and you will have to pay taxes on some of the things and the money you make. We’re going to talk about taxes and investing. Then we’re going to close the show with a personal segment because we’ve been doing this for this calendar year, 2017.
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