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CCM Episode 68: Mutual Funds Masked as ETFs

This week we did a deep dive into the ETF industry and why we are not bullish on the growth of non-index funds. We also discussed Scott Galloway’s 2020 predictions and discussed corporate coaching trees. Other Segments this Week: What inning are certain stocks in? Kobe’s investing success Listen to the full show: Spotify Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts https://open.spotify.com/episode/1oRlEVLUPfRgOFMrVNJkHB #business #podcasts #ETFs #Kobe #Investing #Scottgalloway #Finance #Mu

How Often Should you Look at Your Investment Portfolio?

I don’t think there’s a “right” answer to this question. Or, at least, there are multiple right answers depending on the situation. It all depends on how much time you, the investor, want to spend managing your investments, and whether you have the temperament to see your stocks change in value every day (which they are guaranteed to do). If that answer, “it depends,” leaves you confused or unsatisfied, that’s how you’re supposed to feel. Investing is not a math problem. Ther

The Simplest Way to Start Investing for Retirement

We’ve all seen the redundant headlines. “5 Easy Ways to Cut Spending for Retirement” or “Here are 3 Life Hacks to Help you Build your Wealth” are mainstays of the clickbait-fueled financial media. We just found out today that the guy who won’t spend $2 on coffee apparently spends $1000 on food a day. What a world. I promise this is not a clickbait article. I hope anyone reading gets some great insight on how to save on fees and taxes when trying to build their nest egg. I’m a



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