November 16, 2019 | The Ric Edelman Show
 
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The Ric Edelman Show: November 16, 2019

Duration: 1:23:14

On this episode:

  • Here’s Why Doing Nothing Is Sometimes Your Smartest Move
  • Are You Planning to Buy a New Car?
  • Parents of Millennials Are Stressed Out and Frustrated
  • Is Your Portfolio Built for the 21st Century?

On this episode:

Here’s Why Doing Nothing Is Sometimes Your Smartest Move

Duration: 4:57

Nervous investors recently placed $3.4 trillion in cash. Listen to Ric Edelman explain why others are nervous and how you can maintain your long-term focus.

Are You Planning to Buy a New Car?

Duration: 3:55
A stunning 33 percent of people who bought a new car last year traded in an old car with negative equity. Listen to Ric Edelman reveal which types of cars lose the most value and how you can avoid making a bad buying decision.

Parents of Millennials Are Stressed Out and Frustrated

Duration: 7:19
About half of all millennials receive financial assistance from their parents. If you can relate, listen to Ric Edelman share advice on how to deal with this troubling trend and talk to your kids.

Is Your Portfolio Built for the 21st Century?

Duration: 4:10
Regulators recently approved a pilot program using the blockchain to settle trades in two widely held stocks. Listen to Ric Edelman reveal the two stocks and share more examples of exciting exponential technologies.

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