March 07, 2020 | The Ric Edelman Show
 
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The Ric Edelman Show: March 7, 2020

Duration: 1:22:46

On this episode:

  • We Are Here for You During This Difficult Time
  • Startup Trading App Succumbs to Heavy Trading Volumes
  • Why Would a Pension Lump Sum Be Worth Less in Five Years?

Ric's noteworthy segments this week:

We Are Here for You During This Difficult Time

Duration: 10:50

Tornadoes in Nashville, the coronavirus and wild swings in financial markets are all contributing to a stressful situation. Listen to Isabel Barrow, who is filling in for Ric Edelman, share calming advice and explain how we’re supporting you.

Startup Trading App Succumbs to Heavy Trading Volumes

Duration: 1:49

A trading app that millennials like to use experienced technical problems and went down during last week’s volatile market action. Listen to Isabel Barrow explain how this is another example of why you need to avoid making money decisions based on emotions.

Why Would a Pension Lump Sum Be Worth Less in Five Years?

Duration: 10:20

A listener calls the show with a question about taking a lump sum from his pension plan. Listen to Isabel Barrow help this caller through a common and confusing issue with pensions.

We Are Here for You During This Difficult Time

Duration: 10:50

Tornadoes in Nashville, the coronavirus and wild swings in financial markets are all contributing to a stressful situation. Listen to Isabel Barrow, who is filling in for Ric Edelman, share calming advice and explain how we’re supporting you.

Startup Trading App Succumbs to Heavy Trading Volumes

Duration: 1:49

A trading app that millennials like to use experienced technical problems and went down during last week’s volatile market action. Listen to Isabel Barrow explain how this is another example of why you need to avoid making money decisions based on emotions.

Why Would a Pension Lump Sum Be Worth Less in Five Years?

Duration: 10:20

A listener calls the show with a question about taking a lump sum from his pension plan. Listen to Isabel Barrow help this caller through a common and confusing issue with pensions.


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