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The Ric Edelman Show: June 22, 2019

Duration: 1:22:47

On this episode:

  • There’s Reason to Celebrate This Summer: The Bull Market Turns 10 Years Old
  • There’s Big News in the World of Blockchain Technology and Cryptocurrencies
  • Do You Need Help Deciding When to Claim Social Security?
  • The Truth About Regulation Best Interest

On this episode:

There’s Reason to Celebrate This Summer: The Bull Market Turns 10 Years Old

Duration: 10:24

This is now officially the longest bull market in the 90-year history of the S&P 500. That makes this bull market twice as old as the average bull market. This is all very exciting, but listen to Ric Edelman explain why you might be doing something wrong if you’re not enjoying this economic opportunity and prosperity.


There’s Big News in the World of Blockchain Technology and Cryptocurrencies

Duration: 9:49

Two major shipping companies have formed a blockchain platform to reduce paperwork, which accounts for about 20 percent of costs.And now Facebook is ready to launch its own digital currency called Libra. Listen to Ric Edelman share other exciting developments and explain the opportunities.


Do You Need Help Deciding When to Claim Social Security?

Duration: 9:33

Even the mainstream media is beginning to recognize that we’ve got to do something about the looming Social Security crisis. And what should you do if you’re approaching age 62? Listen to Ric Edelman share advice with you on when to claim Social Security.


The Truth About Regulation Best Interest

Duration: 8:25

The new rule is supposed to set a standard for all financial advisors to serve their clients’ best interests. Unfortunately, there aren’t too many people in the industry who agree, and the rule could cause confusion for investors like you. Listen to Ric Edelman explain more and set the record straight with this new rule.


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