Andy and Bob talk with Christopher Jones about how the S 500 works, how it’s
changing and why it may not be the best benchmark for you.
Radio Show Highlights
Social Security strategy
Don’t Chase the Extra 1%
All About the S and P 500
Cruising into retirement
In this week’s show, Andy and Bob talk with Christopher Jones, chief investment officer of Financial Engines, about how the S 500 works, how
it’s changing and why it may not be the best benchmark for you to compare your portfolio against.
Also in this week’s show:
Believe it or not, some retirees are actually living on cruise ships because it’s less expensive than assisted living
facilities! Andy and Bob talk about how to plan now for the retirement you want in the future so you don’t spend your retired years on a cruise ship unless you want
Adam discusses why changing your investment strategy to chase an additional small return is not a sound approach.
Andy and Bob talk with a listener about misinformation she’d received regarding how and when to claim Social Security
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