February 22, 2020 | The Ric Edelman Show
 
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The Ric Edelman Show: February 22, 2020

Duration: 1:22:38

On this episode:

  • There’s Reason to Be Optimistic About the Future
  • The Show Gets Its Very Own Theme Song
  • What Is Your Account Balance in Your Retirement Savings Plan?
  • How Do You Want to Be Buried?

Watch the music video for Ric’s theme song here: "The Truth About Money Theme Song and Music Video"


Ric's noteworthy segments this week:

There’s Reason to Be Optimistic About the Future

Duration: 3:45

While the media tries to divide us, a recent survey found that liberals and conservatives are more alike than they are different in one surprising way. Listen to Ric Edelman reveal how and more results from this fascinating study.

The Show Gets Its Very Own Theme Song

Duration: 4:56

Not every radio talk show host has their own theme song, especially when it comes to personal finance. Listen to Ric Edelman share his show’s tune.

What Is Your Account Balance in Your Retirement Savings Plan?

Duration: 7:06

The number of 401(k) millionaires hit an all-time high, according to statistics from Fidelity. But, listen to Ric Edelman share the dark side of retirement savings and tips on how you can boost your 401(k) balance.

How Do You Want to Be Buried?

Duration: 3:23

Cremation and burial are no longer the only options. Listen to Ric Edelman explain how exponential technologies are giving you creative ways to dispose of your body.

There’s Reason to Be Optimistic About the Future

Duration: 3:45

While the media tries to divide us, a recent survey found that liberals and conservatives are more alike than they are different in one surprising way. Listen to Ric Edelman reveal how and more results from this fascinating study.

The Show Gets Its Very Own Theme Song

Duration: 4:56

Not every radio talk show host has their own theme song, especially when it comes to personal finance. Listen to Ric Edelman share his show’s tune.

What Is Your Account Balance in Your Retirement Savings Plan?

Duration: 7:06

The number of 401(k) millionaires hit an all-time high, according to statistics from Fidelity. But, listen to Ric Edelman share the dark side of retirement savings and tips on how you can boost your 401(k) balance.

How Do You Want to Be Buried?

Duration: 3:23

Cremation and burial are no longer the only options. Listen to Ric Edelman explain how exponential technologies are giving you creative ways to dispose of your body.


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RIA Database identified and ranked RIA wealth management firms using the most exchange traded funds (ETFs). Wealth managers were defined by the following characteristics: 1) total assets were primarily managed for high net worth and non-high net worth individual clients; 2) each firm provides comprehensive wealth management services; 3) firms may be a family office or may provide family office services; and/or 4) firms may provide financial planning services. Broker/dealers were excluded. Firms must be domiciled in the United States and registered with the SEC as a registered investment adviser (RIA). Wealth managers were then ranked based on ETF usage as reported to the SEC per their 13F quarterly Edgar filings as of September 30, 2019. Total ETF assets were aggregated by RIA Database (www.riadatabase.com). Assets under management are as reported to the SEC as of December 31, 2019.

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