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Ep 60: 5 Habits Of Financially Effective People – Avoiding Emotional Financial Decisions

Ep 60: 5 Habits Of Financially Effective People – Avoiding Emotional Financial Decisions

The best investors are able to put their emotions aside and make smart, financial decisions. This can be difficult for many people to do because our emotions tend to make us reactive and impulsive. Financial advisors find themselves talking people down from jumping out of the stock market, or buying something they cannot afford. Brad and Taylor will discuss the importance of letting your logic lead the way and some of the emotional decisions they’ve had to talk their clients out of.

Ep 59: 5 Habits of Financially Effective People – Regularly Consider Risk and Reward

Ep 59: 5 Habits of Financially Effective People – Regularly Consider Risk and Reward

In order to make money in the investing world, you have to take on some risk. The amount of risk you’re taking will vary depending on the product and many people don’t have a grasp on how much risk is too much. That’s why we wanted to discuss some common misconceptions when it comes to risk on today’s show and why you should be reviewing this variable in your portfolio on a regular basis.

Ep 57: 5 Habits Of Financially Effective People – Long Term Perspective

Ep 57: 5 Habits Of Financially Effective People – Long Term Perspective

If we look at affluent individuals, what are the common actions they are taking to be financially successful? Can we categorize certain traits and characteristics that wealthy people share? That’s what our new series, “5 Habits Of Financially Effective People,” is going to focus on. We start off the series by discussing the importance of keeping a long term perspective when it comes to investing. We’ll discuss why market timing almost never works and the power of compounding interest.

Ep 56: Catching Up On Retirement Savings

Ep 56: Catching Up On Retirement Savings

It is widely known that the more you save now, the better off you will be later on. But some people that don’t have significant retirement savings are looking at retiring within the next decade. What’s the best course of action to catch up? Taylor and Brad will discuss some strategies you can use in order to build up a retirement savings and the importance of focusing on factors you are able to control.

Ep 55: Is Today The Day To Retire?

Ep 55: Is Today The Day To Retire?

Since March of 2020, we have entered a different world and a new normal. These changes have caused many people to wonder if they can retire now. Taylor and Brad discuss some of the situations that have been presented to them over this past year and how their Retire ASAP process can help you determine if you have the means to retire right now.

Ep 54: 5 Dumb Things Smart People Believe – A Lot Of Money Leads To A Great Retirement

Ep 54: 5 Dumb Things Smart People Believe – A Lot Of Money Leads To A Great Retirement

On today’s show, we discuss the 5th and final dumb thing that smart people tend to believe. It can be easy to work towards a large number and believe that you will be set once you achieve that goal. But retirement is not just about money and this can leave many people feeling unfulfilled. We discuss why it’s just as important to plan what you are going to do with all of your extra time instead of just focusing on your retirement account balances.

Ep 51: 5 Dumb Things Smart People Believe About Stock Picking

Ep 51: 5 Dumb Things Smart People Believe About Stock Picking

Last week, we focused on a conservative investment, now we shift gears and focus on the riskier side of investments. Many people feel that they can pick a few great stocks and then get rich quick. But there are very little instances where this actually works out and most of the time, you end up losing money by putting all your eggs in one basket. We will discuss the dangers of stock picking and why it has no place in a comprehensive retirement plan.