On this episode:
Read Money is Green, Not Red or Blue to learn about the returns of the S&P Stock Index during Presidential Administrations.
Are you thankful this holiday season that your portfolio is highly diversified? Listen to Ric Edelman share an amazing story about why it’s extraordinarily important to invest in a highly diversified portfolio.
Listen to Ric Edelman share gift ideas for every member of the family.
The truth is your judgments might be misguided, overblown and misplaced. Listen to Ric Edelman share our research on elections going all the way back to 1948 and what happens in the market when a Republican or Democrat wins the presidency.
Self-driving vehicles could go a long way to cutting down on the stress from driving to your job. Listen to Ric Edelman explain how autonomous vehicles and other exponential technologies could soon improve your life.
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