Let's preview today's show...
Being in financial services for over 20 years now, I've found that most people worry.
They've worked hard their entire life and now retirement has been thrust upon them. And while they think they're doing okay, they just aren't sure. There's so much to know and by their own admission, they don't know what they don't know, and that causes the worry. Worry that paralyzes you into doing nothing.
So if that sounds like you, you're listening to the right show.
I specialize in managing retirement accounts. I'll guide you to the right investments that can give you an income that is predictable, consistent, safe and can even increase every year, no matter what the market does. Ultimately giving you the peace of mind you're looking for.
The title of the show today is "Inflation and Market Crashes".
On today's show I'll be talking about two big topics on everyone's mind; inflation and the next market crash.
I've been getting lot's of questions about both, so I want to walk through why I believe we're seeing such an increase in prices and also my thoughts on the next market correction.
I'll give you some ideas on how you can position your investments to be successful in good times and bad as well as what I would avoid right now.
At the halfway mark we'll have a few sports and fitness tips, and then my "Mail Bag" segment where I answer questions or give some thoughts on comments that I receive each week from listeners like you as well as from social media.
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