On this episode:
It was about two years ago when Equifax announced that they were hacked. More than 150 million Americans had their personal information stolen and nobody’s sure who the thieves were. Listen to Ric Edelman breakdown the Equifax settlement with the government and reveal the compensation total for victims.
There are some funds that attempt to buy stocks they think will rise and short stocks they think will fall. This market-neutral strategy seems like a good idea, but there are problems with the results of these funds. Listen to Ric Edelman explain the hidden risk of long-short funds and why you should avoid these investments.
Just four out of the 500 stocks in the index are responsible for the bulk of profits so far this year. This has broad implications when measuring the performance of your portfolio relative to the S&P 500. Listen to Ric Edelman dissect the market’s performance this year and illuminate an interesting pattern that he hasn’t seen in more than a decade.
People who work for nonprofits typically don’t have the same investment opportunities as people working at for-profit companies. That’s because Congress has failed to fix the rules governing nonprofit retirement plans. Listen to Ric Edelman discuss the problems with limited investment opportunities with a caller, whose wife works in a local school system.