December 07, 2019 | The Ric Edelman Show
 
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The Ric Edelman Show: December 07, 2019

Duration: 1:24:29

On this episode:

  • Are You Planning to Buy a New Car This Holiday Season?
  • The Trouble With Timing the Market Using Technical Indicators
  • What Is the Value of a Dog?
  • Listen Carefully If You Own Mutual Funds in a Taxable Account

On this episode:

Are You Planning to Buy a New Car This Holiday Season?

Duration: 3:00

This big-ticket item is a popular gift, but there’s one important thing to consider before you can cruise in a new car this Christmas. Listen to Ric Edelman explain and share advice on how to buy a new vehicle.

The Trouble With Timing the Market Using Technical Indicators

Duration: 19:14
A listener calls the show with a peculiar problem: He’s been out of the market, waiting for a pullback. Listen to Ric Edelman explain why the entire premise of timing the market is flawed.

What Is the Value of a Dog?

Duration: 1:15
A recent research report just revealed the value of a dog. The figure will help with regulations on pet food, resolving lawsuits and restitution cases. Listen to Ric Edelman reveal the real value of a dog’s life.

Listen Carefully If You Own Mutual Funds in a Taxable Account

Duration: 9:39
It’s the season for annual capital gains tax distributions. Listen to Ric Edelman explain these distributions and how you can potentially reduce your annual tax liability from mutual funds in taxable accounts.

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