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The S&P 500 just recorded its best first half of a year since 1997. What does this mean for the remainder of the year? Listen to Ric Edelman explain why that’s the wrong question to ask and share three pieces of advice about the stock market’s recent performance.
If you hear news that layoffs are coming, you should proactively search for a new job. But how could a layoff impact your personal finances? Can you cover your bills and healthcare, and what should you do with your retirement plan? Listen to Ric Edelman explain the four options you have with your workplace retirement plan.
Researchers at the University of Michigan and Social Security Administration just released a study that found most Americans are doing Social Security wrong. Retirees are starting their benefits at the wrong times and collectively missing out on $3.4 trillion. Listen to Ric Edelman explain what to consider so you can claim the right way and avoid leaving Social Security dollars on the table.
Previously known as socially responsible investing, ESG investments have gained in popularity. And although it’s a great theory, none of the evidence suggests that ESG investing translates into better returns for investors or society. Listen to Ric Edelman tell the story of why a $366 billion public pension fund recently ditched their ESG mandate.