Bob and Andy talk with Christopher Jones about exchange-traded funds and how they could fit into your portfolio.
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In this week’s show, Bob and Andy talk with Christopher Jones, chief investment officer of Financial Engines, about exchange-traded funds (ETFs), how they could fit into your portfolio and red flags that indicate a certain ETF may not be for you.
Also in this week’s show:
Bob and Andy discuss what to consider if you’re faced with the choice between a monthly pension payment and a one-time pension payout and revisit a previous conversation they’d had with Denny Smith on this topic.
Bob and Andy talk about the top three investing-related items to focus on between now and the end of the year.
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