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The Ric Edelman Show: April 4, 2020

Duration: 1:22:39

On this episode:

  • The Next Three Weeks Might Be the Most Dangerous Since WWII
  • The Government Just Injected $2.2 Trillion Into the Economy
  • This Is Why You Should Remain Fully Invested
  • Here’s How Positive Thoughts Can Boost Your Immune System

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Click here to read How the CARES Act Can Help You


Ric's noteworthy segments this week:

The Next Three Weeks Might Be the Most Dangerous Since WWII

Duration: 11:27

But if you brace yourself, prepare emotionally and protect your health and wealth, you can get through this better than otherwise. Listen to Ric Edelman prepare you for what’s coming and share perspectives from other listeners.

The Government Just Injected $2.2 Trillion Into the Economy

Duration: 4:44

Congress passed the CARES Act and the president just signed it into law. Listen to Ric Edelman reveal the details of this massive stimulus plan and explain how there’s more work that needs to be done.

This Is Why You Should Remain Fully Invested

Duration: 9:04

If you invested in 1930, but missed the 10 best days in the market each decade, your investment would have earned 91 percent. Listen to Ric Edelman reveal the much bigger return you would have earned if you participated in the 10 best days each decade.

Here’s How Positive Thoughts Can Boost Your Immune System

Duration: 5:46

You can put your sympathetic nervous system at ease with these steps. Listen to Ric and Jean Edelman share tips on how to relieve stress during these trying times.

The Next Three Weeks Might Be the Most Dangerous Since WWII

Duration: 11:27

But if you brace yourself, prepare emotionally and protect your health and wealth, you can get through this better than otherwise. Listen to Ric Edelman prepare you for what’s coming and share perspectives from other listeners.

The Government Just Injected $2.2 Trillion Into the Economy

Duration: 4:44

Congress passed the CARES Act and the president just signed it into law. Listen to Ric Edelman reveal the details of this massive stimulus plan and explain how there’s more work that needs to be done.

This Is Why You Should Remain Fully Invested

Duration: 9:04

If you invested in 1930, but missed the 10 best days in the market each decade, your investment would have earned 91 percent. Listen to Ric Edelman reveal the much bigger return you would have earned if you participated in the 10 best days each decade.

Here’s How Positive Thoughts Can Boost Your Immune System

Duration: 5:46

You can put your sympathetic nervous system at ease with these steps. Listen to Ric and Jean Edelman share tips on how to relieve stress during these trying times.


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