Though it’s hard to have these conversations,,,
Tune in to learn more about cash flow management.
Do you own stocks, and if you do, do you understand stocks?
How a strong family culture improves all forms of communication, but most importantly, makes having financial discussions easier.
How Much Money Can I Safely Withdraw from My Portfolio?
How do you know if you’re spending your money the right way?
Can money make you feel more secure?
Does today’s market contain new patterns or does it reflect historical trends?
What financial systems can put you on the millionaire track?
Should you try to retire early and enjoy life?
Find out how to teach your kids how to make better choices about spending money.
How much will it cost you to live during retirement?
Listen to learn how researching superfluidity generated a new understanding of physics, and more importantly, how to perfect your own individual thought process.
The importance of making family finances a shared family process
How much is your money really worth?
Get out of the paycheck-to-paycheck cycle!
Can having a bad or good day affect your investment choices?
A good financial plan takes into account the 4 Ds (death, disability, divorce, debt) and plans around them
Want to guess who normally initiates a financial planning meeting – men or women?
Before any investment or purchase, ask yourself, “What do I value?”
How can you design an investment portfolio to account for uncertainty?
Given enough time, the markets may recover, but do you have enough time in your own plan to recover from potential loss?
Retirement planning requires some flexibility
How much money do you need to be happy?
How networking can help OR hinder your financial decisions.
Doug explores when it is OK for folks to stop saving and begin withdrawing from retirement accounts.
Learn how to determine a stock’s intrinsic value, and how to make sure you pay less than the value you receive.
If you are interested in early retirement, there are TWO changes you should make in your investments to increase your chances of financial success.
After working hard to save and grow your money, you want to make sure that it is accessible when you need it.
What does handwriting have to do with investing?