Politics and It’s Impact on Investment Strategies

October 7, 2017 – Wealth Strategy with Bryan Rigg, Your Wealth Professor
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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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