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On this episode:

  • Here’s How the Trade War Could Present You With an Opportunity
  • You Won't Believe the Median Return of Pension Funds Over the Past Year
  • New York Implemented a New Regulation That Could Cause Annuity Sales to Slump
  • The Federal Trade Commission’s Handling of the Equifax Data Breach is Beyond Disappointing

  • Additional Resources: Stock before and after a crisis

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